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#BEDM Challenge: Hometown

I live in a lovely town in the South East of England called Tunbridge Wells. It’s actually one of only three towns in the country to have the Royal prefix, which was granted in 1909 by King Edward VII to celebrate its popularity with the Royal family. 291 more words

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A tiny tour of Tunbridge Wells

Tunbridge Wells is a lovely little place.

A third historical town, a third modern high street and a third yummy mummy coffee shop playground.

For a few years I’ve been hopping in the car and escaping away to Tunbridge Wells (or Tunny Wha Wha as we like to call it) about once a year, to visit my sister & brother-in-law who have a lovely little flat there. 638 more words

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musing | the cake shed

Here’s the thing: I love cafés. I particularly love cafés that are cosy, a little bit higgledy-piggledy, and have a fantastic range of teas.

The Cake Shed has all three. 199 more words

Musing

Coming soon.... unfest15

I start my referring you to a blog written a year ago, funnily enough titled Coming soon…. unfest14 and from that I save myself three years of memory writing. 288 more words

Tunbridge Wells

All Rhodes lead to Wembley

First published by Kent and Sussex Courier in 2008

FA Cup Preliminary Round Replay
Tunbridge Wells 2 : Agana (20) Gardner (64)
Slade Green 1 : Lawrence (91) 715 more words

Football

Courier Cup 2008

First published by Kent and Sussex Courier 2008

Tunbridge Wells 1 : Lord (5)
Tonbridge Angels 1 : Dann (55)
Tonbridge Angels won 4-1 on penalties… 580 more words

Football

Saturday 6 June

Our first party of the summer will be on Saturday 6th June at the Forum. We will be playing soul, disco and funk with some early hip hop, latin, reggae, afrobeat and surprises thrown into the mix. 95 more words

Afrobeat