Tonbridge


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Tonbridge

a market town in SE England, in SW Kent on the River Medway. Pop.: 35 833 (2001)
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Major organization : TONBRIDGE & MALLING BOROUGH COUNCIL & TUNBRIDGE WELLS BOROUGH COUNCIL
Their deaths prompted Tonbridge Angels to join the Cardiac Risk In The Young-backed Football Fightback campaign, which has raised more than PS22,000 out of a PS28,000 target.
Nicky Forster's men were outstanding at the weekend while Tonbridge were grateful to come away from Billericay with a point, and the home team look a fair price.
And to mark this week's 70th anniversary, the British Legion recreated the Tonbridge event, with 20 of the original revellers sat at long tables under Union Jack bunting.
Central defender Jamie Rewbury returns at Winchester having missed the Tonbridge defeat through suspension.
Former Newcastle United trainees, rightback Patrick Nzuzi and midfielder Andy Mogwo, were given a run-out against Tonbridge.
Now the New Marske Harrier has repeated the meet after attending a training camp with the 2004 Athens Olympics 800m and 1,500m gold medallist in her home town of Tonbridge.
Fans travelled from across the UK to Oxted, Surrey, to watch Sir Henry's cortege make its way to his funeral service at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Tonbridge.
Monsignor Michael Smith, 63, was parish priest at Corpus Christi Catholic church in Tonbridge, Kent, for 19 years, before he stood down after his arrest in December.
Jackie Cobell, from Five Oak Green, near Tonbridge, Kent, hoped to make the 21-mile crossing and reach the French coast at Calais in between 18 and 20 hours.
Paul Allen, the trusted lieutenant of the mastermind behind the pounds 53 million Securitas heist in Tonbridge, Kent, in February 2006, admitted his part in the hold-up in October and accepted he had benefited to the sum of pounds 1.