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Local Edenbridge Business Colour Coatings is supporting a Charity walk along the Great Wall of China in 2018, for St Catherine’s Hospice.

Please read the full story about Clarissa Thurston-Hobbs and her …Once in a Lifetime Trip for this Very Worthy Charity!
I will be trekking the Great Wall of China in May hoping to raise £4000 in Lauren’s memory for the hospice who helped not only Lauren but her whole family and network of friends when they needed it most.
I am terrified as I quote “the terrain is hilly and undulating with steep sections to contend with, both on and off the Wall” and having signed up already I have only now discovered the extent of the training involved! I shall be hiking over two of the more remote and untouched parts of the wall; the Simatai and the Gubeikou to include clambering over “the wild wall” which is crumbling and uneven after years of standing against the wilderness!!
I shall be hoping to add to the target myself by raising extra money doing smaller tasks whilst trying to get my fitness levels up but please spur me on by donating now ?
I promise I will have earned every penny of your generosity!
Thank you, Claire xxx
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Blindley Heath - Heavy Horse & Country Show......
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Blindley Heath - Heavy Horse & Country Show
 
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Lizzy Yarnold - Victory Parade......
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Lizzy Yarnold – the District’s Double Olympic Champion - Victory Parade
Lizzy Yarnold – the District’s Double Olympic Champion - Victory Parade
Residents can see double Winter Olympic Champion, Lizzy Yarnold, in person on Wednesday 18 April 2018 on her victory bus tour of the Sevenoaks District.
The tour will begin at Sevenoaks District Council offices at 9.30am, where the public can wave Lizzy off, and there will be a half hour stop off at Swanley High Street at 11am. On route, the bus will also pass through Otford, Eynsford and Horton Kirby before finishing in West Kingsdown.
The tour will include stops at several local schools as Lizzy is keen to inspire a new generation of young athletes. Unfortunately, the public will not be allowed into the grounds of the schools included on the tour.
The full route and timings are available at www.sevenoaks.gov.uk/lizzyygold
Schools and community groups who want to congratulate Lizzy on route should let the Council know by calling 01732 227000 or e-mailing communities@sevenoaks.gov.uk so the Council can arrange for the bus to slow down as it passes them.
Live progress of the bus on the day of the tour will be posted on the Council’s twitter feed @sdc_newsdesk. The Victory bus tour is being organised by Sevenoaks District Council in partnership with Go Coach.
Lizzy made history on Saturday 17 February 2018 when she became the first British athlete to successfully defend a Winter Olympic title. The Skeleton sensation retained her Olympic Gold at the Korean Winter Games in Pyeongchang after she won Gold at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games in 2014.
Lizzy, who grew up in West Kingsdown in the Sevenoaks District, was the only British athlete at this year’s Winter Olympics to clinch a gold medal.
Lizzy is a talented all-round athlete who took up the Skeleton after entering a talent search in 2009. It takes nerves of steel to take part in this sport, as competitors slide down a frozen track, lying face down on a sled, reaching speeds in excess of 90 miles an hour, with no brakes!
When Lizzy first took up the Skeleton, the Sevenoaks District Sport Council, funded by Sevenoaks District Council, awarded her a grant to help with the transition to the new sport.
District Olympian, Lizzy Yarnold, says: “It still hasn’t really sunk in that I am now a Double Olympic Champion! The last four years has been tough and at times I wasn’t sure if I would be able to defend my title, but it just shows if you dream big and work hard then who knows what you can achieve. Thanks to everyone in the Sevenoaks District for all their support. I can’t wait to come and visit and show as many young people as possible my two Olympic Gold Medals - dreams can come true!”
Cllr Peter Fleming, Leader of the Council, adds: “Lizzy’s hard work, drive and sacrifice to become an Olympic champion is an inspiration to us all. I am delighted that we were able to help her early on in her career through our funding of the Sevenoaks District Sports Council. I am deeply honoured that she has agreed to once again tour the Sevenoaks District where she grew up and spend time inspiring the next generation.”
The route and timings are as follows
• 9.30am: Bus leaves Sevenoaks District Council offices heading towards Trinity School via Pembroke Road, the A225 (past the Vine), then right at Bat and Ball Junction and onto Seal Road then right again onto Seal Hollow Road
• 9.45am: Arrive at Trinity School
• 10.15am: Leave Trinity School heading towards Swanley via the A225
• 10.30am: Drive past Otford Pond
• 10.35am: Drive past Shoreham (Kent) railway station
• 10.45am: Drive through Eynsford and past Anthony Roper School then on to the A20 towards Swanley
• 11am: Arrive at Swanley High Street (by NatWest bank)
• 11.30am: Leave Swanley High Street heading towards Orchards Academy via London Road
• 11.35am: Arrive at Orchards Academy
• 12.05pm: Leave Orchards Academy heading towards Horton Kirby Church of England Primary School via the A20 then left onto Dartford Road, then right on to Station Road then right onto Horton Road
• 12.20pm: Arrive at Horton Kirby Church of England Primary School
• 12.50pm: Leave Horton Kirby Primary School heading towards West Kingsdown via Horton Road, The Street, Rays Hill, Eglantine Lane and the A20
• 1.10pm: Drive past Hever Road Shops, West Kingsdown
• 1.15pm: Arrive at West Kingsdown School
• 1.45pm: Leave West Kingsdown School. The tour has finished.
Enjoy this Momentous occasion and see the Champion!
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Edenbridge Town Band
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Edenbridge Town Band are Looking for New Members

We are particularly looking for people who can already read music and preferably play a brass instrument to join us.

They can be referred to the website www.edenbridgetownband.co.uk where they can read more about us and get an idea of what we are all about. Plus the contact details are all on the website. If for any reason they may not have access to the internet, they can contact me on 07766 391766, 01732 354432 or lucy.gibb@sky.com.

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Does your primary school have the next Banksy or Hockney?
 
Primary schools across Kent and Medway have got the chance to prove their artistic flare in a brand-new competition to spread vital road safety messages across the county and around the UK. Kent Fire and Rescue Service (KFRS) is backing a new project by road safety charity Brake, which involves primary schools, with the aim of keeping children safer.
The competition can be run on a day of the school’s choice, but entries need to be submitted to Brake by Friday 30 June 2017.
Does your primary school have the next Banksy or Hockney?
 
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Edenbridge & District Twinning Association
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Edenbridge & District Twinning Association is welcoming their French visitors for the weekend of Friday 12th to Sunday 14th May. The French group is arriving late on the Friday evening, and the following day there is an outing to Penshurst Place and Church. That evening everyone is joining together for a meal in Edenbridge WI Hall, and on the Sunday a farewell light brunch is being held in Rickards Hall, with entertainment by Marlings Morris.
A number of French ‘twinners’ are expected and any help with hosting would be much appreciated. The Association pays for the activities for the French, courtesy of fund-raising events and donations, so those hosting just need to provide bed, breakfast, picnic and some drinks for their guests, and it doesn’t matter if you can’t speak French.
Information is on the website www.edta.org.uk or please contact 01732 863226 by early April.
 
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Museum Coffee Morning a success
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The Edenbridge Museum “ Bring & Buy” sale coupled with the “Coffee Morning” with delicious Home Made cakes on sale, was an outstanding success!

On interviewing Mrs Jean Reader one of the staff who assisted with other volunteers to make this a wonderful day to raise money for the Museum said “ yes it was a fantastic time, all the staff and helpers, and those who served the coffee and cakes, to all those selling on the different stalls…had a great time, we all enjoyed these few hours to raise a very good amount for the Museum” She also added…”I wish to thank sincerely all those who participated and assisted, with the Edenbridge Town Band who played some super Christmas Carols, which everyone enjoyed immensely during this Festive Season”

From us All at the Museum….We Thank You All for Your Sincere Support!
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Museum
 
We have our “All the Worlds a Stage exhibition” along with Celebration of “150 years of Edenbridge Town Band” at the Museum, do not miss the opportunity to see these interesting exhibitions as they will both finish on Thursday December 22nd 2016 when the Museum closes for one month, re-opening with new exhibitions in February 2017.
Our 2017 calendars will be available to purchase at the Museum, along with some new stock in the Museum shop from the middle November, come along and take a look.
 
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Edenbridge Town Band…Spring Concert
 
Edenbridge Town band has a forthcoming Spring Concert which is to be held on Wednesday 17th May in St Peter & St Paul Parish Church in Edenbridge. The concert will feature music from well known films.
The concert starts at 8pm and will run straight through until approximately 9.30pm
Tickets can be purchased on the door and will be £7.50.
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Eden Valley Museum
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Please contact the Eden Valley Museum at
01732 868102 or curator@evmt.org.uk
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Eden Valley Museum
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What are the stories behind the names on your war memorial?
We need your help.
The Eden Valley museum wishes to mount an exhibition in 2018 based on research into the names on the First World War memorials from all over the district.
Would you like to take part in this project?
We are seeking volunteers to work together to discover more about the people behind the names.


Please contact the Eden Valley Museum at
01732 868102 or curator@evmt.org.uk
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World_War_one_commemoration_2014_2018 -Stories & Events
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Till the Boys come Home - Click Here
World War one Commemoration 2014_2018 - Events and Stories in and around Edenbridge....... Click Here
 
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Sir John Surtees Sadly Dies......
 
Edenbridge Racing “Hero” Sadly Dies!

Sir John Surtees a well known and respected “Hero” of Edenbridge, sadly died on Friday March 10th at St George’s Hospital, London, due to a respiratory condition which he had been suffering from, he was 83 years old.

He was a favourite to all who knew him in the town, he had a super following when he demonstrated his car’s and motorcycles in the Town’s 2014 May Day Parade...screaming engines, along Station Road through the Town, with himself driving and his crew in and on Surtees own cars and motorcycles.

Edenbridge Racing “Hero” Sadly Dies!

He was, and is still the only man living to have ever won a The Grand Prix “World Championship” on two and four wheels…A superb achievement for this young racer in his early days on the race tracks.

During his reign as a motorcycle racer he won four 500cc titles in – 1956, 1958, 1959, and 1960, also winning the Formula 1 Title in 1964 racing for Ferrari. In his early days, from 1958 to 1960 he was 350cc and the 500cc World Champion on two wheels.

John was awarded an MBE in 1959, which was the same year as he won “Sports Personality of the Year” a Tribute to a Great Racing Hero of the era!

In 2009, John was then awarded the OBE, followed in 2016 with a CBE award

During his race career Surtees, had the magic influence and determination, coupled with daring speed to win his Most Honoured Titles on two and four wheels. Between 1960 and 1972 he drove for Lotus, Honda, Cooper, Lola and BRM – winning six F1 races with 111 starts.

In later year’s he set up his own Formula 1 team when it made it’s first showing in 1970 at the British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch…One of his favourite circuits.

He also became Chairman of the British Team in the latter years which was the A1 Grand Prix Series, which has now been replaced.

His son Henry was competing in the Formula 2 series when he was tragically killed at Brands Hatch in 2009, only aged 18. John and his family went on to remember their son, and to make it a lasting Memorial to his Name with the - Henry Surtees Foundation - in aid of many who are recovering from brain and bodily related injuries due to motorsport accidents.

We Remember Sir John Surtees as a remarkable man…and more his own life devoted to motor sports, he was the life of Motor Racing in cars and motorcycles. He remains the “Hero” of the British people….As Still the only Man Winning Two World Campionships on Two and Four Wheels….!!!

Story written by Ian R. Bridle/ All Images Sole Copyright of www.edenbridgetown.com

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Eden Valley Museum
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The Photograph from the opening night of the Edenbridge Town Band 150 year exhibition being held at the Eden Valley Museum. We are pleased to announce an exhibition of photographs, instruments and memorabilia is now on show at the Museum until the end of 2016.

Dave Pocock (Bandmaster) Jane Higgs, Joan Varley, Jean Reader – Museum Staff
 
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Edenbridge Museum Research
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Edenbridge Museum Research

 
Death of a Hero exhibition commemorates Winston Churchill in his Kent family home
Death of a Hero exhibition commemorates Winston Churchill in his Kent family home
To mark the 50th anniversary of the death and state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill this month, his family home, Chartwell in Kent, is celebrating the life and legacy of the great wartime leader with its Death of a Hero exhibition........Click Here
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Micro Dog Chipping
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Sevenoaks District Council is offering free microchipping for dogs to help owners in advance of new legislation coming into force next month. The new rules mean that from April 6 every dog over the age of eight weeks will need to be microchipped....Click Here
Tuesday 26 April – Templar Court, Edenbridge TN8 6DN
 
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Edenbridge Fairtrade
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Fairtrade Fortnight
29 Feb - 13 March
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Fair trade fortnight is coming to Edenbridge

 
Remembrance Day service
Edenbridge Air Cadets Marching on Remembrance Day
For ALL of those killed during the Two World Wars – and those wars thereafter that continue down to our day, will be Remembered this year, as every year during this Remembrance Day Parade. All across the United Kingdom in every village, town and city there are memorials which will have many Poppy wreaths laid on them …To Remember the Fallen Dead Click HERE for the full story
At The Going Down of the Sun and in the Morning…
We Will Remember Them…!!!
   
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Nice Donation by John Surtees to local Residents
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Local resident John Surtees OBE said “With a background in motorsport, I have spent my life largely chasing time round the race tracks of the world. I know that every second counts. Its marvellous that we have these trained rapid response volunteers in the community who are able to respond quickly and effectively to emergencies.
Edenbridge Comunity First Responders donation - Click Here
  It is my hope that the two First Responder Kits provided will enable them to maximise the number of on-call hours and help save more lives”. David Turner, Team Leader for Edenbridge Community First Responders said 'We are extremely grateful to receive such a generous donation from Mr. Surtees. .....Click Here
 
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Edenbridge Floods 1968
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I was serving in the RAF with “D” Flight 22 Squadron with Whirlwind helicopters at Manston in 1968.. On 15 September the Flight took a request for assistance in the Edenbridge area as the River Medway way in flood after prolonged heavy rain.
Edenbridge flood Rescue 1968- Click Here
My role was winchman, who was the crew member that was winched down on the end of a 60 foot steel cable to effect the rescue or give any assistance. .....Click Here
 
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Edenbridge Bonfire Night
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How the Edenbridge Bonfire Show Started...1928
 
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REMEMBRANCE DAY
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In the last days of the most brutal world conflict that mankind had ever faced “The Great War” and “The War to End all Wars” came to its final bestial, bloodthirsty and devastating conclusion on the 11th hour, of the 11 month, November 1918.
REMEMBRANCE DAY....... Click Here
 
Neighbourhood Plan Project – Edenbridge 2030
Support for the Neighbourhood Plan vision of the future for Edenbridge
Comments from people at the recent community engagement events 100% supported the vision for the future of Edenbridge in the next 15 years. Those who came to the drop-in sessions at the Eden Centre and Rickards Hall agreed that they wanted a compact and balanced community, connected in ways that encourage walking and cycling, and sympathetically developed to enhance the environment, maintaining and improving existing facilities.
They also would like thriving attractive High Street in character with the existing mix of historic architectural periods, continuing to attract visitors as a tourism hub with improved facilities, and to have retained and regenerated industrial areas, adapted for changing economic trends and providing local employment.
Giant maps of Edenbridge and surrounding area gave people the chance to pin flags with comments on aspects they liked, or on matters about which they had concerns..........Click Here for Full Press Release.
 
 
What are the stories behind the names on your war memorial?
We need your help.
The Eden Valley museum wishes to mount an exhibition in 2018 based on research into the names on the First World War memorials from all over the district.
Would you like to take part in this project?
We are seeking volunteers to work together to discover more about the people behind the names.

Please contact the Eden Valley Museum at
01732 868102 or curator@evmt.org.uk
 
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D-Day 70th Anniversary
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Many hundreds of old comrades who went ashore on the beaches of Normandy in the early hours and during the day of 6th June 1944, met this week for a reunion when they fought for their lives on French soil - 70 years ago.
The d-Day Landings
 
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New Roads Planned
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Kent County Council are at long last putting into operation a massive project to repair some of the worst pothole-plagued roads in Kent, as the County is handed £8.6million by the Government...Click Here
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Fairtrade - Come Dine With Us
Fairtrade - Come Dine With Us- Click Here
Edenbridge’s first Come Dine With Us evening at the Eden Centre in Four Elms Road was one of a number of events that saw the town come alive with activity during Fairtrade Fortnight.....Click Here
   
Edenbridge Job Fair
Edenbridge Job Fair- Click Here

We are delighted to announce the first Edenbridge Job Fair on the 25th April 2014 to be held at The Eden Centre on Four Elms Rd Edenbridge. We are calling on all companies who are interested in meeting potential employees to take this FREE opportunity to exhibit ......Click Here

   
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Whats on for babies and toddlers at the Eden centre
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Whats on for babies and toddlers at the Eden Centre - Click Here
What's on for Babies and Toddlers at the Eden Centre
Sparkling Fishes Baby & Toddler Group
Baby Bounce and Rhyme Time - Story Time
Little Stars Baby & Toddler Group - Musical Bumps
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Visit Westerham
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Nestling in the valley of the ancient River Darent, Westerham's roots can be traced back to the Vikings and the Romans, and today has evolved into a charming market town attractive to residents, business and visitors. It is perhaps best known for its famous residents: amongst others, Sir Winston Churchill and General James Wolfe. Both had homes here, which are now open to the public.....Click Here
Click Here - Westerham
 
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Winter Warmth Programme
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The Winter Warmth programme uses public health money to support residents who are at risk of ill-health or death due to cold weather and do not qualify for any other grant assistance (Boilers, Insulations and minor repairs) under the Kent and Medway Green Deal Partnership. To qualify for the Winter warmth programme residents must be over 65 in a Cold home and with one of the following underlying medical conditions

Cardiovascular, Circulatory, Respiratory, Mobility or disabled

Residents who are over 65 with other health conditions may be considered – please refer all assessments to the Home Improvement Agency ’In Touch’ 0800 169 6565

 
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Catalytic Converter Thefts
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There have been 33 reports of thefts of catalytic converters in the Sevenoaks – Tunbridge Wells -Tonbridge areas, since 1st October 2013.These are broken down into areas as follows:Swanley - 3
Tonbridge and East Peckham - 10
Tunbridge Wells - 3, Sevenoaks including Otford and Kemsing - 14, Westerham - 3....Click Here

Catalytic Converter Thefts - Click Here
 
Gabriels Farm Award
Gabriels Farm Award - Click Here
Derek Martin, who owns Gabriel’s Farm in Edenbridge, Kent, has been awarded the prestigious; Richard Neame Local Wildlife Sites Silver award in the farming category presented through the Kent Wildlife Trust.....Click Here
   
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The Eden Centre - babies and toddlers - CAB - House - all the Eden centre
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The Eden Centre - Click Here
 
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Edenbridge Floods
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Not only has many parts of Britain seen and felt the damage to their property, with thousands of homes being completely flooded, and their many possessions ruined, left many of these ones in complete despair, as many were with-out any home insurance to cover and pay for the flood damage caused.
Recently Edenbridge, especially near the river and that immediate area was on the brink of major flooding disaster, as residents near-by saw the river once again in full flow and bursting its banks reaching the top of the archway on the town bridge!......Click Here for Story and Gallery

All Images Courtesy and sole copyright of Louise Clarke.

The Town Bridge
Volunteers helping  a Town under  almost under water
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U3A in Edenbridge Town
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What is the U3A? It stands for the University of the Third Age (the time of life when people are no longer in full time paid work.)  Now there is more time to learn, to extend skills with the camera or the computer and have fun in the process!.....Click Here
 
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How can I contact the Edenbridge Community Warden?
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Edenbridge has a Community Warden who provides a link between those who live and work here and the organisations which serve the community, such as the Town Council, Housing Associations, County and District councils, and the Police.  The role is funded by a jig-saw of contributions from several authorities, and two local charities - the John Coldman Trust and the Great Stone Bridge Trust.

The Warden provides a useful route for a two-way exchange of information, and is a valuable extra pair of friendly eyes and ears when out and about. He patrols round the parish, on foot and in his distinctive vehicle, checking on issues which can spoil the daily environment for local people, including anti-social behaviour such as graffiti, litter, fly-tipping, dog-fouling and vandalism - and arranging for them to be dealt with as soon as possible.

To contact the current Community Warden
Rose Briggs call 07920 099235.

 
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Reg and Team Donate Money
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Local Edenbridge man Reg Marchant, who travelled over 5,500 miles around the coast of Britain on his Mobility Scooter visiting every RNLI lifeboat station possible, handed  a cheque over for more than £5, 000 at the Hastings Lifeboat station on Saturday,.......Click Here
Click Here - Reg and Team donating money
 
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Reg's Scoot 4 Life...Journey of a Lifetime Accomplished...Home at Last...!!!
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Click Here - Reg Marchant on RNLI adventure

Here is the very last update, Reg arrived at Poole Bridge LBS to be greeted by the coxswain and crew, and local newspaper. After a hot cuppa Reg was presented with a knitted RNLI man and a Poole RNLI clock.
.........Click here for full story
 
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Opportunities to Volunteer
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If you have time and would like to volunteer to assist in the local community, then the Volunteer Centre Edenbridge, could be the right place for you to visit.There is a varied range of activities that are available to partake in and enjoy, if you have any of the following key skills in the fields of; IT, accountancy, PR, and more.......Click Here

Opportunities to Volunteer - Click Here

 
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Spring & Summer is Here...Time to Exercise
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Exercise this Summer - Click Here

The many picturesque surrounding villages, lakes, and ponds are always found while walking along these country paths, with the many numerous amounts of wildlife and birds to be spotted along the way. For hundreds of years these paths have been trodden by our ancestors......Click Here

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Eden Valley Artists
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A new group for local artists has been formed - Eden Valley Artists aims to promote visual arts in the Eden Valley area

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HERE for more details

Eden Valley Artists

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We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new website www.kentishtowns.com.
This website gives users information about every town in Kent. www.kentishtowns.com features community information and a business directory for every town. click HERE to visit the site.
 
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Healthy Edenbridge Network
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The ‘Healthy Edenbridge Network’ - local agencies working with the community to improve health and wellbeing.
This information is produced and updated by Hayley Brooks, Community Development Officer, Sevenoaks District Council
Contact Tel. No: 01732 227272 - Email: hayley.brooks@sevenoaks.gov.uk

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