As these national events fall on the same week this year, the CSU is working with the Tunbridge Wells is Traffic Aware (TWITA) campaign, and other partners, to raise awareness of both road safety and alcohol issues.
With many residents getting their heating oil tanks filled in preparation for the colder weather, there has been a serious spate of oil thefts in the borough. Some of these occur in broad daylight, even while the occupants are at home. Your entire tank could be emptied in a matter
Fireworks should be marked BS 7114 or with a CE mark - this shows that they meet British or European safety standards. Don't buy fireworks from anywhere you're not sure about, like a van or a temporary, unlicensed market stall.
Get paid while gaining valuable experience in the charity sector and obtaining a Level 3 Diploma in Fundraising. An excellent opportunity has arisen to work for three local charities - DAVSS, the Town and Country Foundation and the YMCA - as a fundraising apprentice.
Farmers and rural residents in particular should remain vigilant to any unfamiliar dogs as we have received a disturbing report of two dogs attacking sheep in the Hawkhurst area. Dial 999 without delay to report urgent crime information, or 101 to report non-urgent police matters.
On Wednesday 15th August, road safety group TWITA (Tunbridge Wells is Traffic Aware) were joined by partners at the Millennium Clock in the town centre to engage with the community and promote road safety.