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Dudley North, 3rd Lord North and the discovery of the waters of Tunbridge Wells

As part of our focus on health and medicine, Dr Ben Coates of the Lords 1604-29 Section considers the origins of the famous spa at Tunbridge Wells, Kent, and ponders whether the parliamentary context might shed light on the date of these events… 574 more words

Early Modern History

New Requirement! - 1st Line Helpdesk IT Support - Kent, Contract

Skills: 1st Line Helpdesk IT Support. Based in Tunbridge Wells, my client has a new requirement for for an 1st Line Helpdesk IT Support person for an initial 2 months contract.  151 more words


Groombridge Place in the Sun

Quite a big set today, as the sun was out at last, I had a new lens to try out and hadn’t been to this spot for ages. 12 more words

The Forum's Best: Suncharmer Review

The Forum sees an array of musical talent in different genres. Last night, I queued outside of the venue with my boyfriend. Originally, we bought tickets to see The Undateables star, Daniel Wakeford. 347 more words


Unseen demise of the Royal Victoria Hall

Almost exactly one year ago, the Royal Victoria Hall was mid demolition.

In December 2016, with plans to progress the Southborough Hub project further, councillors voted for Southborough Town Council to forward fund Kent County Council £100,000 to demolish the beloved RVH earlier than planned. 453 more words



Goodness, I’ve done so much googling these past few days, my Facebook ads will be so bizarre next week. This evening I have tried to find out how much an ‘off the peg’ large sculpture might cost. 406 more words

Tunbridge Wells

Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells - and a story of splendid ladies

The expression ‘Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells’ may have entered the English vocabulary in the 1950s onwards as a byword for middle class conservative moral outrage, but this elegant spa town in the south east of England has a habit of regularly cropping up in literature well before that. 171 more words