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Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society

Welcome to the website of the Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society. The Society is an independent organisation which campaigns for the conservation and improvement of this attractive town with its important heritage and rich cultural life.

  • see more about our objectives and background;

  • get the latest news on current issues;

  • download our latest Newsletter;

  • check out our latest Publication (use the Publications tab to buy on-line);

  • send us your comments on any of our activities or on current issues in the town.

    News Update:

    It is with great sadness that we have to report the death of one of the former members of the Executive Committee, Frances Avery on the 29th April 2016. Frances was our membership secretary for many years and was instrumental in setting up and organising the delivery of the quarterly Newsletter. Until 2011 she also arranged and supplied the catering for our Garden Parties, Conservation Award evenings and Christmas meetings.
    Her funeral took place on Thursday 19th May at 13.00 hrs at Tunbridge Wells Crematorium.

    Our next event:

      Saturday 9th July
      Garden Party
      - at Hungershall Lodge between 6pm - 8pm.
      By kind permission of the owners, Ian and Sheila Marshall. Open to members of the Civic Society and their guests.
      Tickets, which must be bought in advance, are 12.50 each, and are available from
      Trina Lewis, Claremont Lodge, 49 Claremont Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 1SY.
      Please make cheques payable to RTWCS, and enclose a large (C5) SAE.
      Hungershall Lodge is the first house in Hungershall Park. There is adequate parking nearby.


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Picture: Cupola of the Church of King Charles the Martyr. Sue Daniels

The Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society - Registered Charity No. 276545