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The Council’s annual community awards – Love Where We Live Awards - were presented at a ceremony at the Assembly Hall Theatre on Tuesday 9 October.

Mace, the property contractor for Calverley Square will be at The Spa Hotel, Langton Rd, Tunbridge Wells TN4 8XJ, on the afternoon of 2 October at 2pm.

The Energy Deal Scheme could help you save money on your energy bills, the next auction takes place in October 2018.

Refuse and recycling services set to improve in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge and Malling as Cabinet members give go-ahead for new contract

Improvements are planned for Mount Pleasant Road, Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy has been commissioned by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council and Kent County Council to carry out research on the Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) sector of Tunbridge Wells.

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