The Kent and Sussex Courier is launching its A21 For 2016 campaign calling for the much-needed dualling project.
Prime Minister David Cameron has revealed that there is funding available for road schemes in the UK sparking fresh hope for the long-awaited widening project.
Plans to dual the busy stretch of road between Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells were shelved last year by the Coalition as part of Goverment budget cuts.
The Prime Minister has now revealed that there is money for road schemes which could go to those communities and councils who shout the loudest. In light of this, The Kent and Sussex Courier is launching its A21 For 2016 campaign
The Kent College Film Festival returns this summer for a weekend of nostalgia and family fun from 15th – 17th June 2012 as part of the school’s 125th Anniversary celebrations.
This year the Festival celebrates ‘childhood’ in film and the event promises to be a spectacular family event with day time viewings on an outside screen and evening viewings in the school’s recently refurbished state of the art professional Theatre.
As well as a celebration of film we are delighted to host a sensational Gala Event which sees a reprisal of film related performances such as the fantastic drama vignettes performed by Kent College drama students, as well as the Children’s Fantasia Ballet and Children’s Corner Music Recital with music by Debussi performed by acclaimed pianist Pam Travis.
The Big Shorts Short Film competition for students in year groups 6 – 13 will also return which encourages a love of film-making at junior and senior levels from pupils at local schools.
Tickets will go on sale from Tuesday 8th May and they are priced at £6 for adults, £3 concessions. There is also a discounted family ticket for families to attend multiple viewings over the weekend.