Posted in November 2013

Oklahoma! and TWODS

Since I started editing ‘Stay Go!’ magazine, and gained the log-in for the editor’s email account, I’ve received a lot of news, information and invitations. Some aren’t very local. Some are SPAM. But amongst them, there are some interesting, local things! One was from TWODS asking if we could promote ‘Oklahoma!’, at the Assembly Hall … Continue reading

A Grey Lady and Audiowhores….

It’s been a while since we actually had time to get to the Grey Lady for a Music by Candlelight evening – so much so that sometime in the last three months, new tea light holders were purchased and Joe’s moved to the corner (no more Joe ear photos, just band photos). We went to … Continue reading

Road Safety Week

There seems to be a National Week for just about everything, but Road Safety Week does act as a bit of an important reminder. I was invited by a Tunbridge Wells councillor to join hundreds of local school children in The Assembly Hall to meet Captain Safety. Along with his friend Jemima (the emu), Jimmy … Continue reading

Knights Park Field

The other side of the Knights Park cinema/Bowlplex development to Robinsgate Wood, is this hilly field. This land is now owned by Dandara, who propose to build 550 houses and a primary school here. Visit their website and also the planning application for more details. KnightsParkInfo TWBC Planning Application ref 13/02885/OUT Currently there are alot … Continue reading

Robingate Wood

Robingate Wood is the name of the woodland wedged between the A21 and the Knights Park cinema/Bowlplex development, and alongside the land that has been bought by Dandara to be developed into housing. Looking back on old maps, when North Farm was actually a working farm (until post WW2) the wooded areas are the same, … Continue reading

Cross Keys Jam Night

The last Wednesday of the month is now Jam Night at The Cross Keys. The second act on the blackboard is my husband’s latest project, featuring three ukuleles and a mandolin, so I thought I’d tag along and see how they were getting on after two months of rehearsing. However, they were blown away by … Continue reading