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Quite often, if the wind is blowing in the right direction, I can just about hear the bells of the parish church ringing on a Tuesday evening and I always love that sound. So it was a pleasure to be invited to join the group for an evening and try ...Read More
Wheels of Time: 25 FREE badges to collect in Kent Children aged 5-11 visiting any of the 25 Wheels of Time venues, launched in April, will be given a different badge at each site, showing the site’s logo or related picture. A map featuring the Wheels of Time mascot, ‘Roamin ...Read More
Until recently, the Great Stone Bridge Trust of Edenbridge has kept quite a low profile in the area but now they want to make sure the local community knows about the trust if they need any help with funding. It’s not known the exact time the Trust was formed, it ...Read More
The iconic building on Station Road in Edenbridge, built in 1934, is in desperate need of your support. Managed by the Edenbridge Town Village Hall Charity Committee, members are looking for help in raising £50k in order to bring the building into the 21st Century. The committee are already busy ...Read More
Edenbridge RFC was formed by Ross Davies (who played for Beckenham at that time) and some of his colleagues in the King and Queen pub in Edenbridge on 1st March 1977. The club was founded on the values of friendliness, sportsmanship and ambition, and these remain today, as does Ross ...Read More
I first came across Kent Search & Rescue (KSAR) when I attended a Forget-me-not Café at the BRIDGES Centre earlier in the year. Steve Holman, Community Liaison for the charity had been invited to give a presentation at the café about the services of this fabulous Kent-based charity. KSAR are ...Read More
Tucked away in woodlands just off the A25, Valence School provides schooling for 4 to 19 year olds with physical disabilities and complex medical needs. The school is part-residential and offers the National Curriculum to Primary and Secondary students. Valence School is certainly unique within the maintained education sector of ...Read More
For a town of this size there is plenty to keep you busy and many ways to have fun, make new friends, learn new things and visit new places...especially if you are over 50. I went along to find out more about two of the groups we have in the ...Read More
It’s hard to believe that when it comes to adult football there is only one senior club left in Edenbridge, Nomads Football Club. The club was formed in 1961 and today there are still 4 out of the 5 founding members still around. The club’s first ground was Four Elms ...Read More
Forward together is the slogan on the Edenbridge Partnership logo, and this has underlined its activity for 10 years now, with the anniversary celebration coming up. Set up in early 2006, the Partnership brings together organisations of all kinds – agencies and voluntary groups – that work with, in, and ...Read More