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Town Talk


THE weather was kind for the thousands of people who supported Snodland Carnival, either lining the route of the parade, watching the events at Potyns Sports Ground or supporting the many stalls. Floats were judged by the Mayor of Tonbridge


Haircut helps cancer patients


AN eight-year-girl had 12 inches of her hair cut off and raised £450 for charity. Ashleigh Martin (pictured) of


The Street, Halling had her hair cut by Clare Codling at Bow Hair- dressing in Snodland High Street and the money was donated to the Little Princess Trust, a charity that provides real hair wigs for girls and boys who lose their hair through cancer treatment. Ashleigh found out about Little Princesses when a relation do- nated her hair. Ayla and Freya Winchester of Holborough Road, Snodland donated their pony tails to the charity.


and Malling Owen Baldock in his first official visit to the town, the Rev Hugh Broadbent, Rector of Snod- land, Alisdair Buchanan and Robert Beswarick. The theme was emergency services through the years. Snodland Beavers had thewinning float, and De- vonshire Rooms Pre-Schoolwas second. Third was Clocktower Child Care. Winner of the walkers was Snodland Cubs, with St Katherine's Nursery sec- ond and 2nd Snodland Brownies (pictured) third. Entertainment was provided by the Redhill Corps


of Drums and Band, Brooks Academy of Dance, Glenduart Pipe Band, Silhouettes Dance and The- atre School, BloodrunnersMotorcycle Presentation


Local news for Snodland and Halling Sun shines on town carnival


and Ditton Air Cadets. Chatham and Aylesford MP Tracey Crouch said:


"It was another great year joining the mayor at the carnival. Well done to all involved for another fun- filled community day enjoyed by all."


Rubbish left at recycling site


RESIDENTS were horrified to see a pile of rubbish at the recycling site at Rocfort Road car park. Robert Styles, director of street scene, leisure and technical serv-


ices at Tonbridge and Malling Council, said: "Dumping rubbish like this at recy- cling sites – or anywhere else – is fly-tip- ping, which is a criminal offence with a maximum fine of £50,000. "Where evidence is found in dumped rubbish, Tonbridge and Malling Council will investigate and, where possible, prosecute the offender. The rubbish in these photographs was cleared and any evidence found followed up."


Church opens


ALL Saints’ Church, Snodland is open to visitors between 2pm and 4pm on Saturdays until the end of September. The prayer walk in the church yard is also accessible. Christ Church, Malling Road is open between 1pm and 2pm.


Party on the patio


THE Party on the Patio will take place at the Monks Head public house, Constitution Hill on August 22 with music from The Feks and Web Foundation. Proceeds go to the Kent Air Ambulance.


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