See the A21 today

Work has started to rebuild the A21 between Pembury and Tunbridge. I used to drive up and down this stretch of road every day. The new alignment will be a little bit different to what you see today. Already the ‘landscape’ has been altered with the felling of a lot of the undergrowth and trees that I remember crawling past start stop fashion every weekday.

And again thank you to David Dore for the video.


The old A21 – a last look. from David DorĂ© on Vimeo.

This section of the old A21 between Tonbridge and Pembury will soon disappear forever.

 

 

Christmas at the King Will

Thank you again to David Dore for this wonderful film featuring Pembury people at the King William pub enjoying a Christmas meal.

Christmas at the King Will from David Doré on Vimeo.

Pembury Fireworks Display

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Photograph Copyright Steve Morton 2004

The annual Pembury Parish Council fireworks display takes place this coming Friday 7th November 2014 at Lower Green Recreation Ground.

Please get there in plenty of time as the display will be starting at 7:30pm. Refreshments will be available on site.

If possible please walk to the event as parking is only allowed in roads adjacent to the recreation ground. Access on foot is available from Lower Green Road, Westway and Woodhill Park.

We hope you have an enjoyable evening at the display.

 

 

Hospice in the Weald Christmas Market

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Pembury Library - Half Term

Pembury library is holding a special activity for children during half term – could you put the details on the Pembury village website?

Thursday 30 October from 2.30 – 4.00pm.
The activity is based on the popular Hairy Maclary books and will include storytelling and crafts.
Tickets are free, but places limited, so booking is advised.
telephone 03000 41 31 31 or email pembury.library@kent.gov.uk

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