Hawkenbury Village Blog

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News Roundup

Our news roundup page for the village. 10 November 2017 – Comments on the change of use from agricultural to recreational use on the Field behind the cricket pitch closes. Please remember this is...

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Hawkenbury Village goes digital

Those of you lucky enough to have received your summer newsletter, will have seen the article that the village association is going digital. After 24 years of collecting membership fees at the door, we...

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Construction has started

You may have noticed that construction has started on the Hawkenbury Farm site. Two weeks in and the problems have started mounting already. I think we are in for a bumpy ride over the...

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Dog ban for Hawkenbury Rec?

The TWBC cabinet have deemed dog walking in the borough as anti-social behaviour. A consultation has been agreed whereby dog walking in a number of recreational spaces in Tunbridge Wells will be banned outright,...

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Exhibition: Hawkenbury Farm Development

I received the following letter from Berkeley Homes this morning. Please try and attend the exhibition. 27 September 2017 Dear Owner I Occupier Redevelopment of the Land at Hawkenbury Farm, Hawkenbury, Tunbridge Wells Following...

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Hawkenbury Pump Track

When it was clear that the Hawkenbury Farm development was going ahead, the Hawkenbury Village Association invited members to submit proposals to enhance the Hawkenbury Recreation Ground with some of the S106 monies coming...

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Hawkenbury Pump Track FAQ

What is a pump track? A pump track is a continuous circuit of banked turns interspaced by rollers and other features that can used by skateboards, roller skates, scooters, balance bikes and bicycles. Riders...

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Warwick Park closed for 8 days.

KENT COUNTY COUNCIL  Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells  TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF DRIVING Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 – Section 14 (2) as amended by The Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991 Kent County Council gives...

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Loss of parking space

You may have noticed that the 30-minute parking bay in front of the One-Stop on Forest Road has disappeared. The contractor has painted white hatches over the existing parking bay. I approached Nick Baldwin...