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TOM KERRIDGE’S PUB IN THE PARK ENJOYED BY 17,000 IN TUNBRIDGE WELLS
Around 17,000 gathered at Dunorlan Park for one of Tunbridge Wells’ biggest ever events Pub in the Park.

The food and music festival, created by Michelin Star chef Tom Kerridge, was headlined by popstars Tom Odell, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Mel C and Billy Ocean last weekend, kicking off on Friday, July 6.

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POLICE SEEKING INFORMATION ABOUT STABBING IN TONBRIDGE

A MAN in his 60s was stabbed twice over some loose change in a robbery in the town last week.

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FIND OUT HOW MUCH YOUR COUNTY COUNCILLORS ARE CLAIMING IN EXPENSES

County councillors claimed nearly £2million in combined expenses and allowances last year [2017-18].

Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge representatives played their part, as some of the authority’s 81 members claimed entitlements of up to £64,000.

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BEWL WATER SHARES ADVICE ON PROTECTING YOUR PET

With hot temperatures showing no sign of cooling down and the potential risk of toxic algae blooms developing in sheltered areas of open water, you’ll want to ensure your dog is healthy.

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