Our blogs

Making the promotional video for the Commons

12th May 2021

It’s 6am in Royal Tunbridge Wells. A church bell echoes through the trees, whilst the sun rises over the beautiful sandstone rocks of the Commons.

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Tommy Marques

Coralroot bittercress

10th May 2021

Seek and you shall find…..

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Clare Sinha

A little help from our Friends

4th May 2021

Our fantastic Friends of the Commons.

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Clive Evans - Chairman of the Friends of the Commons

New Chairman in the hot seat

13th April 2021

A little bit about our new Chairman.

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Cllr Chris Woodward

What a load of rubbish!

29th March 2021

The changes we are making to our litter bin servicing and why?

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Gemma Stapeley

A warm welcome from the Warden

17th February 2021

I’m Steve Budden, the Warden for Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Common.

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Steve Budden

Birdwatching at Tunbridge Wells Commons

10th February 2021

With around 40 resident species, along with about 15 summer or winter visitors species – the Commons has been a location distinguished by birdwatchers.

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Tommy Marques

Socially distanced exercise

3rd February 2021

As we remain in the midst of various COVID-19 restrictions, a daily jog or stroll through the British countryside has become a lifeline for many.

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Tommy Marques

The Commons Rocks!

27th January 2021

Rupturing from the greenery of Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons are a series of randomly positioned rocks.

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Tommy Marques

Cricket on the Commons

20th January 2021

For over 200 years, Wellington Rocks at Tunbridge Wells Commons has overlooked the “gentleman’s game”.

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Tommy Marques