The Pantiles Food Festival, taking place on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th August, is a testament to the incredible quality and wide variety of food available locally and further afield.
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To enhance the experience, we are excited to reveal that nearly £20,000 of refurbishments will take place to modernise the iconic bandstand.
Now 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!
As 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.
After last month’s successful reopening of the retail sector – all eyes are now on the hospitality industry.
It has been announced all that non-essential shops can reopen in England from 15 June.
Lead surgeon Amir Nakhdjevani, has been named as one of the world’s top influencers in cosmetic medicine by RealSelf.
Head to Chocolatl to see their scrumptious range of chocolates, drinks and enjoy their new food menu.
The Pantiles isn’t just an incredible shopping destination, it is also home to a fantastic arts hub.
It’s always good to learn what the area is like and whether it has what you are looking for, and it’s great to know how much it will cost you to live there.
Maddisons Residential is a multi-award winning Tunbridge Wells based Estate Agency selling properties throughout Kent and Sussex.
Now into the fourth year of operation, The Tunbridge Wells Hotel continues to go from strength to strength.
The Pantiles is looking forward to the New Year and everything 2017 will bring.
Its official, the new Christmas lights display at the Pantiles is up and running and we think it looks wonderful.
Swan Garage was something of an ugly duckling, but after years of careful renovation, it’s become a beautiful addition to the Pantiles.
Adam Smith decided to perform his greatest act to date – an astounding 48-hours of magic!
Exhibitors both local and from further afield put on marvellous displays all keen to help visitors to the Show brighten their bedrooms, liven their living rooms and pep up their parlours.
Roger Carey on bass, Andy Williams on lead and Dave Trigwell on the drums, a trio of charismatic guys with tremendous talent and an obvious passion for Jazz. Their easy listening yet highly technical style was an absolute pleasure to behold and the perfect accompaniment to a warm spring evening.
A video produced by British Pathé showcasing Tunbridge Wells and The Pantiles in the 1940s has been found on YouTube and is currently making the rounds on Social Media.