compiled KM2010 - www.royaltunbridgewells.org
Historical and Interesting Views of Tunbridge Wells
Commemorative Edition 2006
Tunbridge Wells 400th Anniversary Celebrations
The Commemorative Edition 2006 was published following the sell out of the Edition I (2003) and Edition II (2004).
A contemporary map of Royal Tunbridge Wells (including Hawkenbury and Rusthall) of 2006 was edited to give access to:
- more than 3500 images:
- old maps of the town Tunbridge Wells, restored and edited with zoom-in features
- electronic text of many old books published during the last two centuries
- as record of Royal Tunbridge Wells: churches, schools, hotels, societies, associations, clubs,
personalities, notable people, mayors, A-Z Tunbridge Wells Borough Council services, are catalogued.
All profits were donated to the Royal Tunbridge Wells Symphony Orchestra (RTWSO).
RTWSO is a Registered Charity - No. 295781
WALKING THROUGH 400 YEARS OF HISTORY - HERITAGE WALKING TRAIL 2006
A special Heritage Walking Trail through Royal Tunbridge Wells in celebration of the 400th Anniversary of the discovery of the Chalybeate Spring.
Selected historic images courtesy of Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery and www.royaltunbridgewells.org
Royal Tunbridge Wells Heritage Walking Trail
In 2005 the publishers/producers of "Historical and Interesting Views of Tunbridge Wells"
launched HERITAGE OPEN DAYS and
in 2006 and 2007 supported and sponsored Heritage Open Days
— England's biggest and most popular voluntary cultural event —
by producing the Tunbridge Wells Heritage Open Days website and
creating the artwork of banners, posters and leaflets.
For further information in 2010 >>
( www.twhod.org.uk )
From 2003 to 2008 the publishers/producers of "Historical and Interesting Views of Tunbridge Wells"
supported the Friends of the Friends of Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons
— Tunbridge Wells' largest green space —
by producing the Friends of the Commons website and
creating the Newsletter Archive "Common Ground"(from 1991).
, a 1804 country house, and the beautiful surroundings of Mabledon Park
The Mabledon Project - Concept/Vision: Daniel Bech 2008
Duke of Kent's Visit in Royal Tunbridge Wells on Friday 13 November 2009
HRH Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent, visits Royal Tunbridge Wells to unveil a plaque marking the town's centenary.
In 1909 King Edward VII granted the 'Royal' prefix.
RTW Celebration at the Town Hall
— originally published by KentTV.com
"You have many acquaintances,
you have very few friends and
you have only one true partner."
L'amore é nell'animo, e l'animo non muore . . .
A Concert for Daniel
The Concert of the Royal Tunbridge Wells Symphony Orchestra (Roderick Dunk, conductor) on Sunday 6 February 2011
will be "A Concert for Daniel Bech" at the Assembly Hall, Crescent Road, Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Mozart — Overture 'Don Giovanni'
Royal Tunbridge Wells Symphony Orchestra Concert
Assembly Hall Theatre Box Office
R. Strauss — Oboe Concerto (Richard Simpson, soloist)
Mahler — Symphony No.1 'Titan'
2016 — Social Media & BLOOM
FACEBOOK Page @RoyalTunbridgeWellsinBloom
... to complement the website updates
Tweets on @RTWinBloom
Following the great success of the Royal Tunbridge Wells in Bloom campaign in 2018
- Gold in "South & Southeast in Bloom" and
Silver Gilt in "Britain in Bloom" in the 'large town' category -
Royal Tunbridge Wells has been selected once more to represent the South and South East region
in the 'large town' category of the RHS Britain in Bloom competition 2019!
Announcement of Award at the Ceremony on Friday 19 October 2018
Results for 2019: 2 x GOLD
A year in Royal Tunbridge Wells with BLOOM
"South & Southeast in Bloom" and "Britain in Bloom"
Record of "Blooming Royal Tunbridge Wells 2020"
(during Coronavirus pandemic)
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