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There will be live music at the Ice Rink on Thursday 13 December from 7pm.

Come along to the Ice Rink in Calverley Grounds for an evening of beer tasting at 7pm on Tuesday 11 December.

The farmers’ market in Civic Way, Royal Tunbridge Wells will close in the New Year to allow nearby development works to be undertaken.

Following the last Cabinet meeting, Councillor Jane March, portfolio holder for Leisure & Tourism has asked that the fees for youth football pitch hire be reduced after listening to the community response.

This is a reminder that Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery will be closing for redevelopment on Friday 30 November 2018.

Crescent Road Car Park in Royal Tunbridge Wells will fully reopen from 16 November so that more parking spaces are available for motorists during the busy Christmas shopping period.

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