Christmas Lights in Pembury

Many of you I’m sure will have seen the news about why the normal Christmas lights are not on the lamp posts this year.

Work is continuing to find a solution to this issue with meetings planned this coming week involving the Parish Council, Kent County Council(KCC) and our local County Councillor (Paul Barrington-King) They . . . → Read More: Christmas Lights in Pembury

AGREED MOVE FOR PEMBURY POST OFFICE, SUNDAY OPENING & LONGER HOURS

5 January 2018

 

Move to Village News, 37 High Street, Pembury, TN2 4PH Open seven days a week Extra 15 hours a week Modern open-plan retail environment Banking services for personal customers and small businesses Wide range of Post Office services available

The Post Office has agreed to relocate Pembury Post Office to Village . . . → Read More: AGREED MOVE FOR PEMBURY POST OFFICE, SUNDAY OPENING & LONGER HOURS

A21 to open fully - 21 September 2017

Mark the date on your calendar…. The A21 will be open for use on Thursday 21 September. Highways England have said:

We plan to open the road on the 21 September without any traffic management and at the national speed limit. We will continue to landscape the surrounding area. We may need to temporarily close . . . → Read More: A21 to open fully – 21 September 2017

Tonbridge Road Closure

Thank you for contacting the A21 Tonbridge to Pembury Inbox regarding the closure of Tonbridge Road.

As you are aware we will be closing the existing Tonbridge Road on the approach to the Longfield Road roundabout, including the roundabout itself. Road users will be able to travel along the new slip roads and the new . . . → Read More: Tonbridge Road Closure

Sue Cook endorses former Pembury Village News editor's third book

Sue Cook, broadcaster and writer, has described Alison Morton’s third Roma Nova thriller, SUCCESSIO, as “An intelligent, well-constructed thriller with gutsy characters”.

She adds, “Alison Morton has done it again. SUCCESSIO is the latest in her series of powerful tales of family betrayals and shifting allegiances in Roma Nova. Once again, I was gripped from . . . → Read More: Sue Cook endorses former Pembury Village News editor’s third book