You can now apply to the Government’s Test and Trace Support Payment scheme through our website.
Date published: 06 Oct 2020
Results from the first detailed review looking at the one-way scheme in the High Street, Royal Tunbridge Wells show that three quarters of businesses questioned are in favour or have yet to form an opinion about the scheme.
Date published: 04 Oct 2020
The Council has been successful in bidding for government funds to continue to help people sleeping rough who were housed during the pandemic to stay in accommodation. Tunbridge Wells Borough Council will receive around £153,000 and is one of a number of councils across the south east which will receive funding to ensure interim accommodation and support for the most vulnerable people in the community.
Date published: 02 Oct 2020
The Council has commissioned Nexus Planning to produce a comprehensive Retail, Leisure and Town Centre Uses study to shape future thinking about the town centres within the borough.
Date published: 25 Sep 2020
Tickets are now on sale for Skate 2020, the popular ice rink that is returning again this year to transform Calverley Grounds in Royal Tunbridge Wells into a magical festive destination.
Date published: 24 Sep 2020
We’re excited to announce that along with our new website to keep you updated, we will soon be sending email alerts. Be the first to know what’s happening in your area with the latest news and events from the borough direct to your inbox, from us.
Date published: 21 Sep 2020
The Amelia team have taken their popular school holiday activity programmes, Discovery Days and Park Safaris online this summer.
Date published: 28 Jul 2020
A family adventure guide to help local families get out and about across Tunbridge Wells has been launched through TW Social.
Date published: 28 Jul 2020
Time In activity packs have recently been delivered to vulnerable and isolated residents across the borough.
Date published: 08 Jul 2020
Following the successful reopening of high streets in the borough of Tunbridge Wells the Council is exploring how it can make some changes to roads and pavements to enable people to maintain social distance and queue safely for shops.
Date published: 24 Jun 2020
The latest edition of Local, the Council’s magazine for residents has been published and is being distributed to households across the borough from Monday 15 June 2020.
Date published: 16 Jun 2020
Plans for a safe return to trading for Tunbridge Wells borough’s high streets are being finalised as many retailers get ready to reopen on Monday 15 June.
Date published: 10 Jun 2020
When the Covid-19 pandemic first struck and restrictions were imposed on residents, businesses and Council services we jointly wrote to express our concerns for those affected, to set out the impact of the crisis on the Council and to thank all local residents, businesses and voluntary groups who have stepped up to help support our communities and protect the vulnerable.
Date published: 09 Jun 2020
A new group, Covid-19 Panel, has been set up by the Council, to oversee the borough-wide recovery process following the coronavirus lockdown, met online for the first time on Tuesday 26 May 2020.
Date published: 28 May 2020
This week (18-22 May) is Mental Health Awareness Week across the UK.
Date published: 21 May 2020
The Council‘s Love Where We Live Awards 2020 are now open for nominations.
Date published: 13 May 2020
A Positive Postcard to boost wellbeing.
Date published: 11 May 2020
An update on Council meetings.
Date published: 07 May 2020
Garden waste collections will resume across Tunbridge Wells borough from Monday 18 May.
Date published: 06 May 2020
The Council’s help and support for residents during the coronavirus emergency offers more than just food parcels.
Date published: 05 May 2020
The Council has launched a new community website ‘Tunbridge Wells Social’ www.twsocial.co.uk to help combat the social isolation and loneliness many people are experiencing during lockdown.
Date published: 01 May 2020
The Council has launched a crowdfunding appeal to help three local charities that we are working very closely with during the current national emergency: Nourish Community Foodbank, Mental Health Resource and Age UK Tunbridge Wells.
Date published: 18 Apr 2020