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Is Tonbridge nicer than Tunbridge Wells?

Occasionally, my wife, who works there, tries to persuade me that Tonbridge is actually a nicer town!

Sometimes I lower myself to getting into a debate about this, before deciding wisely that she is actually subconsciously comparing her workplace with Crawley, where she grew up. 105 more words

The Pantiles in the Evening

Can’t think of much to say about these pictures except that the Pantiles and the area at the bottom of town look at their best in the twilight of early evening.

Enjoy the encroaching winter:

Handmade Hats, YES Handmade Hats! A Milliner no less

Those who know Appleducks know that I have a love of all things handmade and that is what you find at the Pop Up Emporium at Royal Victoria Place, Tunbridge Wells which is being held today. 350 more words

Saturday 12 December

After three unbelievably brilliant parties this summer we are back to heat up the Forum again on Saturday 12 December.

DJs Karl Quinn, the Major, Roger, Ben and special guest DJ Sheltz will be keeping your feet moving through ’til 1am with the hottest disco, soul and funk around. 46 more words


Spectre | Odeon Tunbridge Wells

When Daniel Craig was first announced as the most recent incarnation of James Bond, I have to admit that I was dubious. I thought he was a good action film actor but I didn’t know if he had the James Bond charisma.  1,008 more words


Tunbridge Wells this Christmas

Of all the places to be this Christmas, Tunbridge Wells seems to have cracked it for fun and Christmas Cheer!
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Written By; Edward James Gilbert – Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

Sisters Ruth Hannah, Esther Mary, and Grace Nugent were three of ten children born to Francis William Nugent (1846-1922), a grainer and painter of Lambeth London, and Barbara Hannah Nugent, nee West (1848-1930). 2,834 more words

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