29th April 2021We at The Pantiles know a thing or two about interior decoration - read our blog for some top tips!
Refurbishing The Pantiles’ Bandstand
20th April 2021To enhance the experience, we are excited to reveal that nearly £20,000 of refurbishments will take place to modernise the iconic bandstand.
Life After Lockdown
15th April 2021On Monday 12th April, the majority of non-essential shops, as well as hairdressers, gyms and outdoor hospitality, reopened in England.
Easter in Lockdown
26th March 2021It’s time to start thinking about fun things to do with your household over the Easter holidays!
12th March 2021This week, we’re sharing some lockdown Mother’s Day inspiration; activities that you can do from the safety of your home that will brighten your mum’s Sunday.
11th February 2021In this week’s blog, we’re sharing ways to enjoy Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day or Palentine’s Day in a stylishly safe and socially distanced fashion!
Be Healthier and Happier
29th January 2021After a long 2020 which for most of us consisted of stress and emotional eating, lots of takeaways and maybe a few too many adult beverages - it’s time to turn things around.
Rotary’s record £6,500 fundraising for Hospice in the Weald
14th January 2021Now in its twentieth year, the “Tree of Light” shone at The Pantiles, arranged by the Rotary Club of Tunbridge Wells. Through many generous donations, they raised £6,500 for the Hospice in the Weald!
Merry Christmas From The Pantiles!
15th December 2020With a mere 11 days until the big day, there’s no better way to get into the Christmas spirit than with The Pantiles! From gorgeous gift ideas to tempting treats, be sure to pay the historic street a visit this December.
The Second National Lockdown
10th November 2020For customers to shop at our essential retailers, The Pantiles will remain open throughout the lockdown.
Eat Out to Help Out
7th August 2020Offering 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic beverages to eat or drink in any restaurant - the offer is in operation every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout the month of August!
Why is it important to wear a face covering?
24th July 2020As of today - everyone will have to wear a mask when browsing The Pantiles. Children under 11 and those with certain disabilities will be exempt from the new rule.
The Reopening of The Hospitality Sector
3rd July 2020After last month’s successful reopening of the retail sector - all eyes are now on the hospitality industry.
The next step for retail
18th June 2020Shop doors reopened greeting a flurry of customers; it was a resounding success for the retail sector.
Retail in a post-pandemic world
28th May 2020It has been announced all that non-essential shops can reopen in England from 15 June.
New Build Versus Period Property
18th March 2020Choosing your next home is a very important decision, and one of the factors that you will be considering is whether you would rather live in a new build property, or an older one.
No Smoking Day
11th March 2020Celebrating the success of people who have stopped smoking and encouraging those still smoking to give up for good.
National Bed Month
4th March 2020This annual awareness event helps people think about the importance of a good, comfortable, supportive bed and the part it plays in achieving a good night’s sleep.
26th February 2020The UK is a nation of chocoholics, but many of us don’t know the bitter truth of exploited farmers behind much of the sweet chocolate we enjoy.
12th February 2020With the clock ticking down to Valentine’s Day, it’s time to find the right gifts and goodies to sweep that special someone off their feet.
Tinnitus Awareness Week
5th February 2020One in ten people in the UK have experienced it at least once, but for around 10% of the population the persistent sound never goes away.
Sleep helps you stick to your goals
29th January 2020It’s no secret that many of us struggle with our New Year’s resolutions. However, one key toward helping us stick to our goals may be right on our pillows; sleep.
Sugar Awareness Week
22nd January 2020This week is Sugar Awareness Week. According to Public Health England, we eat over two million tonnes of sugar every year, but we’re not always aware that we’re having it.
Look Beyond a Pet’s Pedigree
15th January 2020Rescue dogs are being overlooked due to the public’s preoccupation with fashionable breeds.
8th January 2020Veganuary takes place each January and challenges people to ‘go vegan’ for a whole month.
Recycle and Reuse
25th December 2019The period between Christmas and New Year often sees our usual routines out the window and our homes decidedly messier.
Merry Christmas from The Pantiles!
18th December 2019From gorgeous gift ideas to tempting treats and Christmas markets to carolling, there’s no better place to be on the lead up to the big day.
A Carefree Christmas for Canines
11th December 2019Christmas should be a time for festivities and fun, but dog owners must also be on their guard.
Small Business Saturday
4th December 2019On the day, the Nation is encouraged to ‘shop small’ and support local business.
27th November 2019Originating in America, Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving and marks the start of holiday shopping season.
20th November 2019On Saturday 23rd November it is Espresso Day. Espresso is a thick, bold Italian style coffee which is the base ingredient for other popular coffee drinks such as cappuccino, latte and macchiato.
Planning on Moving Home in 2020?
13th November 2019Planning to move home next year and need to sell your existing property first? Worried about what to do when and how far in advance to start your preparations?
An Outstanding Achievement for Bella Vou
6th November 2019Bella Vou at The Pantiles is proud to announce that they are the first cosmetic and plastic surgery clinic to receive 3 Outstanding Ratings from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Pumpkin Carving Tips
29th October 2019If you haven’t already, it’s also time to scoop up some squash and get spooktacular for Halloween!
Pets: Remember, Remember the Fifth of November
22nd October 2019Fireworks may look very pretty, but many dogs find the flashing lights and loud noises extremely frightening. There are ways, however, that you can help keep your furry friends calm.
National Baking Week
16th October 2019Yes, a whole week dedicated to enjoying and making baked goods!
Tunbridge Wells Puppetry Festival
9th October 2019With performances, street theatre, talks and workshops from local, national and international artists – there’s something for the whole family to enjoy!
2nd October 2019If you can stop smoking for 28-days, you are five times more likely to quit for good.
National Eye Health Week
25th September 2019The purpose of the awareness week is to encourage people to take better care of their eye health.
Moving and Mortgages
18th September 2019With sold property prices on the slide in many areas of the country, increasing numbers of homeowners are delaying their sale plans. Some may feel they have no option if their property is currently in negative equity.
11th September 2019The Honey bee is the world’s most important pollinator of food crops and it is estimated that one third of the food that we consume daily relies on pollination, mainly by bees.
Back to School
4th September 2019Children have returned to school this week. Forgotten some essentials for the new term?
Puppy Awareness Week
29th August 2019From 26th August to 1st September, it is Puppy Awareness Week.
National Burger Day
21st August 2019Commemorating Burger Day is easy – find or make a burger, eat and enjoy!
Afternoon Tea Week
14th August 2019It’s the time to celebrate this quintessentially British tradition.
Zero Carbon Kent by 2050
7th August 2019Kent County Council’s Energy and Low Emissions Strategy is out for consultation and there’s still time to make your views known on plans for all of Kent to reach zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Raspberry Cake Day
31st July 2019Raspberry Cake Day is celebrated on Wednesday 31st July and is the perfect opportunity to enjoy this mouth-watering treat!
Space Chase Challenge
24th July 2019Kent libraries are calling for youngsters to sign up to read six books over the next few weeks.