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Latest News from Tunbridge Wells Borough Council

There will be temporary changes to your recycling and refuse collection days over Christmas and New Year.

Not responding to a Community Protection Warning letter has resulted in a local shop being closed down.

Some changes are being proposed for Torrington Car Park in Royal Tunbridge Wells and we would like to hear what you think about the proposals.

Captain Safety visited Royal Tunbridge Wells and Hawkhurst and entertained more than 700 primary school-aged children earlier this month during Road Safety Week.

Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) schemes are set up to tackle underage drinking and the resulting harm to young people and the communities they live in.

You are invited to the service of Remembrance, Thanksgiving and Dedication which takes place at 10.45am on Sunday 10 November at the War Memorial in Royal Tunbridge Wells.

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