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Memories of Tonbridge

Can anyone help? I remember visiting my great aunt in the nursing home in Yardley Park near the Ridgeway, Tonbridge, Kent when I was about 8 years old. She died in 1971. Can anyone remember what it was called? Many thanks, Heather.

I may well have a poor recollection here as I would have been only 3 or 4 years old at the time but wasn't Sainsbury's first Tonbridge store located on the west side of the high street just south of the old post office / just north of the old Baptist church? - this is before they moved to Avebury avenue and (...Read full memory)

we lived there for a while. lady goldsmid used to go into gunners to buy her haberdashery..was it norman gunner the son or the old man? i forget. anybody remember the bull hotel? or the angel football ground? thank you. j.....

I was born in Tonbridge in 1957. I went to Sussex Road primary school and Hillview for girls. I remember the most is the flood we had and the carnivals when I was younger. I still come back to visit my sister who stills lives there. A lot has changed - I prefer the old Tonbridge.

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