Posts in the ‘October 2018 Events’ Category

Stonecastle Quarry – Tarmac Planning Applications

Gravel extraction along the River Medway flood plain from Tonbridge to East Peckham and beyond has taken place for many years. Stonecastle Quarry takes its name from a farm located off Whetsted Road a short distance west of the present route of the A228. Tarmac has submitted a number of planning applications seeking to re-commence

Local plan consultation

Local Plan – Public Drop In Sessions – Consultation now open

Draft Local Plan Consultation Now Open! The Council has organised two ‘drop in’ sessions, one at each of the council offices at Kings Hill and Tonbridge Castle during normal office hours and at public libraries across the borough. These sessions will include presentation panels containing information on the Local Plan and will be manned by

The Great War Exhibition of Hadlow Memorabilia

Exhibition of Hadlow Memorabilia

To commemorate 100 years since the end of The Great War, there will be an Exhibition of Hadlow Memorabilia covering many aspects of Hadlow’s history and changes over the last 100 years. A section will be devoted to Hadlow in the Great War. To be held in the Old School Hall on Friday 26th, Saturday

TMBC Polling Station Review

TMBC – Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council are conducting a review of Polling Districts and Polling Places in the borough. They are looking for feedback on any aspect of the polling area or polling stations used and invite comments from registered electors. Read more on TMBC website: 

Hadlow Craft Fair poster

Craft Fair at Hadlow Village Hall – 21st October

Craft Fair at Hadlow Village Hall – 21st October, 11-4pm. Crafts – Jewellery – Books – Cards – Soap and bath products – Wrapping paper – Candles ***Lovely christmas present ideas *** Refreshments will be served throughout the day. Free entry. To book a stall – email – £20 each for one table, if

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Kent Police – Scam Alert!

Below are examples of two recent incidents where elderly people were contacted by phone and asked to withdraw or transfer money. We would like to spread the message to elderly/vulnerable residents that this is a scam and if they receive a telephone call requesting that they go to the bank and withdraw or transfer money to

The Great War - Hadlow Remembers Exhibition

The Great War – Hadlow Remembers – 26th, 27th 28th October

Venue: The Old School Hall. Hadlow Memorabilia covering aspects of Hadlow’s history and changes over the last 100 years will take place on 26th-28th October. 10am to 5pm Friday and Saturday, 10am to 4pm on Sunday. Entry is free

St. Mary's Church, Hadlow

St Mary’s Market Stall, Hadlow

St. Mary’s Market Stall Saturday 20th October in St Mary’s Upper Room.

Who let the Dads out

Who let the Dad’s Out? – 13th October

For dads with their under 6 year olds. Saturday 13th October, 10am – 11.30 in St Mary’s – hot drinks and a bacon roll for dads and lots of toys, craft and fun for the kids.

Art Class autumn 2018 - Tonbridge

New Art Class for beginners or improvers

GREAT NEWS if you’re looking for something fun to do over the next few months! Our current course is full, but we are now taking enquiries for the next 14 week, part-time Art Class – starting soon in your area. Absolute Beginners to Improvers – Just Like You! The course is designed to be fun

Waste Consultation

Consultation – proposal to charge for non-household waste at the Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRC)

A consultation has been launched on a proposal to charge for non-household waste at the Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRC). Kent County Council is not obligated to accept non-household waste at its sites, such as soil, rubble, hardcore and plasterboard. KCC operates 18 HWRCs, providing facilities for the recycling and disposal of more than

Tonbridge Castle

The Paradox of War is a free WW1 art exhibition

The Paradox of War is a free WW1 art exhibition, which will take place in the Chamber Room, Tonbridge Castle, TN9 1BG between Sun 7th – Sat 13th October. Open 10-4pm, except  Saturday 13th closing at noon.  Contact Gill Smith for details

Knitted Poppies - Hadlow Remembers

Hadlow Remembers

This year marks the 100 years of the end of the First World War. A knitted poppy cascade is being created in the church to mark the centenary since the end of the first world war. The church will be open on Saturday 10th November for people to come and bring their own knitted poppy

Harvest Festival


Harvest Sat 6th October – Harvest Supper and Silent Auction in St Mary’s. More information to come. Sun 7th October – 10am – Harvest Service with Communion in St Mary’s. Then, 11.30am with the East Peckham Silver Band outside the church (inside if wet). Come along and make this a real community Harvest thanksgiving. Free

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