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Heritage and History

The past week has been rather historical.

On Wednesday 9th September those of Tunbridge Wells Writers who had been involved in the book Something in the Water… 230 more words

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Winter in the park

We approach the Winter Solstice, and a few days off work, with the news that work has started in the park! Nearly a year after being awarded the Heritage Lottery Grant, things are starting to happen. 168 more words

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October sunshine

It’s been a mild and dry September, and after rain yesterday, today was sunny again. A walk around the park revealed that the seagulls have moved back onto the lake, so we must be approaching winter. 70 more words

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This week in the park

Tree clearance has carried on by Upper Grosvenor Road,with hardly anything left at this entrance to Grosvenor and Hilbert Park.

As well as more tree cutting nearer to the railway bridge. 17 more words

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Family Fun Day 2014

Monday May 5th saw our third Family Fun Day in Grosvenor and Hilbert Park. I suppose this now makes in ‘annual’…. As the poster shows, it’s 125 years since the park was opened, and we started with a slight Victorian theme, but in the end the arrange of attractions were quite diverse. 128 more words

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Bringing Back The Glory to Grosvenor and Hilbert Park - Writer Carolyn Gray reveals all

Signs of our history are everywhere, captured within a road name or reflected within the style of a building but when it comes to public spaces, the history is not so obvious – even to those who live on its doorstep. 1,619 more words


Bridge Building

The actual bridge over this chalybeate (iron rich) stream broke a long time ago, and was mended with pallets by one of our park-keepers. However, the recent storms were too much for it, and it finally disappeared. 135 more words

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