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Holmewood House Lecture Programme. – An evening of lectures to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

Holmewood House Lecture Programme.
An evening of lectures to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
6.00pm Monday 30th September 2019.
The Theatre, Holmewood House, Langton Green, TN3 0EB

David Kenyon is the Research Historian at Bletchley Park and is the author of the ground-breaking ‘Bletchley Park and D-Day’ (Yale University Press, May 2019). A noted military historian, he is also the author of several books including ‘Digging the Trenches’ (2008) and ‘Horsemen in No-Man’s Land’ (2011).

Gary Mead has written several critically acclaimed military history books, ‘The Doughboys: America and The First World War’ (2001), ‘The Good Soldier: a biography of Field Marshal Haig’ (2007) and ‘Victoria’s Cross’ (2015). He is currently writing a biography of Field Marshal Montgomery.

Carol Harris is a highly respected journalist, speaker and author. Her books include ‘D-Day Diary: Life on the Front Line’ (2013), ‘Women at War 1939-45’ (2000), ‘Air Raids and Ration Books: Life on the Home Front’ (2010).

FREE ADMISSION. To reserve a place, please contact Paul Tweddle at ptweddle@holmewoodhouse.co.uk or www.trybooking.co.uk/KSA

Proposed Hendy Motor Village – on Tesco site, Pembury Road


PEMBURY PROTESTS – Motor Village Protest from David Doré on Vimeo.

U3A Painting Exhibition 2019

The Pembury U3a Painting Group held their annual exhibition in the Baptist Church.

U3A Painting Exhibition 2019 from David Doré on Vimeo.

Meet Nicola Upson Tunbridge Wells library Tuesday 5 March

Author talk at Tunbridge Wells library

Meet Anna Cookson

Thursday 13 December, 6.30 – 8.00pm Tunbridge Wells library.  Enjoy an evening with Anna Cookson who will be talking about her career on the Radio Kent Breakfast show and introducing her debut novel ‘The Sound of your Soul’.  Tickets £4 each, booking advised.  To book a ticket contact the library, 03000 41 31 31 or email tunbridgewellslibrary@kent.gov.uk.