The spectacular and slightly eerie water towers in Tunbridge Wells are a prominent part of our landscape. And they've captured the imaginations of many who see them regularly as they drive or walk past. There is one on Pembury Road and one beside the Langton Road in Langton Green although the latter is not as clearly seen from the road.
Members of Tunbridge Wells' public sports centre are fuming they can't use racquet sports courts even though they are unbooked after they claim their playing hours were slashed. The hours members could use the courts has been restricted to two a week, with father Mark Leversedge saying he had previously played tennis for up to 14 hours a week. Online booking at council-owned Tunbridge Wells Sports Centre on St John's Road shows many slots unbooked even though it is half-term.
Drivers have raised concerns about the safety of a slip road onto the A21 in Tunbridge Wells with one warning it is 'a pile up waiting to happen'. The road comes off the A264 Pembury Road and takes drivers down to the northbound carriageway of the A21. But its layout has been slammed by many regular users who claim it makes joining traffic hazardous and can lead to dangerous uncertainty among some drivers.
Just sending a link to someone for one of my articles and pressed Crl + V - and this came "What would be the reasons someone wouldn’t be able to be given somewhere to sleep?" Which gives a hint to my next story this afternoon. 👍🙂 #TunbridgeWells
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