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Sevenoaks Youth Council welcomes 25 new members


Get set for the Tunbridge Wells Winter Lantern Parade


It’s all go, go, go in the run-up to the 2019 Tunbridge Wells Winter Lantern Parade. CREATE, in partnership with the Royal Tunbridge Wells Round Table, have announced that the local spectacular will be on Saturday 9th February starting at 5.30pm at Royal Victoria Place and fi nishing for the fi rst time at the Grosvenor and Hilbert Recreation Ground (Auckland Road entrance). There are fi ve different lantern packs for you to choose from which will refl ect the 2019 theme of Outer Space. Each pack will contain all the things that you need to make a lantern, including an


appropriate LED light and instructions. All you’ll need is some PVA glue and lots of imagination to make a stunning lantern to show off in the parade! There will be a series of free family workshops throughout the weekends of January and fi rst weekend of February, and there will be a charge of £5 for a lantern pack. Artists and CREATE volunteers will be on hand to help. There will be a morning and afternoon sessions and booking is advised as places are limited. • Visit fb @winterlanterparade, Instagram @winterlanterns_twells, or log on to winterlanterns.org


As we head into 2019 the Sevenoaks Youth Council, which was created in 2008 with the aim of enabling young people to learn about government by operating as a junior version of the Town Council, has welcomed an unprecedented 25 new members, up from 16 due to increased demand. At the fi rst meeting of the


new Youth Council the youth councillors discussed what they would like to achieve during their two years of offi ce, and Tasha Dambacher was elected to Chairman, Charlotte Foulds elected to Vice Chairman and Matthias Jammot was elected to Treasurer.


As well as allowing


RECORD NUMBERS TURN OUT IN TONBRIDGE


More people than ever gathered in Tonbridge to enjoy three days of festive entertainment at the annual Tonbridge Christmas Festival, culminating in the switch-on of the town’s new Christmas lights. The event, which was organised


by Tonbridge Rotary Club with support from Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council, kicked off with a family fun fair with traditional children’s rides, sideshows, arcades, toffee apples and candy fl oss. The fi nal day of celebrations saw more than 10,000 people come to the


town to enjoy musical entertainment, fun and the offi cial switching on of the town’s Christmas lights – that’s the highest attendance in the history of the festival. During the afternoon revellers were treated to a wonderful mix of on-stage live entertainment while local businesses and charities set up stalls offering a variety of festive and local produce in the High Street. Mayor of Tonbridge & Malling, Councillor Pam Bates, switched on the impressive new lights followed by a spectacular fi rework fi nale over Tonbridge Castle.


the Town Council to form relationships with local schools, the presence of the Youth Council facilitates Sevenoaks Town Council to be confi dent that a young person’s point of view will be heard and will assist to progress their ideas. • Visit sevenoakstown.gov. uk/Youth_Council for more information.


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© David Hodgkinson


© David Hodgkinson


© David Hodgkinson


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