Tonbridge and Malling


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Tonbridge and Malling

(tŭn`brĭj), district (1991 pop. 99,100), Kent, SE England. The town of Tonbridge is mainly residential with light industry, including printing and sawmilling. It is a railroad junction and market town. The public school was founded in 1553.
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Involve Kent (Tonbridge and Malling) which looks after those who are disadvantaged, frail and lonely and views these issues as the main causes of ill-health.
The new project aims to help people in Tonbridge and Malling, Sevenoaks, Swanley, Dartford and Gravesend, including people with disabilities, those with long-term health conditions, mental health difficulties, the homeless, survivors of domestic violence, people from isolated communities, those on low incomes, in fuel poverty and living in high areas of deprivation.
MP for Tonbridge and Malling, Tom Tugendhat, has championed the Tony's Law bill, which passed in the Commons last month, and is now in talks with the Ministry for Justice about the bill, which is due its second reading in Westminster.
Tonbridge and Malling MP Tom said: "I seek to do this not only on behalf of Tony Hudgell but for all those innocent children who have been or are at risk of falling victim to the most awful of crimes."
The Tonbridge and Malling MP said in the House of Commons: It seems quite absurd that I could get 3G and 4G signals very easily in Kabul and Khartoum, but that, in Kent, getting a phone call at all is pretty tricky.
The Tonbridge and Malling MP said in the House of Commons: "It seems quite absurd that I could get 3G and 4G signals very easily in Kabul and Khartoum, but that, in Kent, getting a phone call at all is pretty tricky."
Conservative Tom Tugendhat (Tonbridge and Malling), who served in the British Army, was one of many MPs who called for the introduction of a no-fly zone.
Sir John Stanley has been the MP for Tonbridge and Malling since 1974 and is clearly one of the "old-guard" and is thankfully standing down at the next General Election.
Banking Bill, second reading Short debate on South Central rail franchise, opened by Sir John Stanley (C Tonbridge and Malling).
Elsewhere, Tonbridge and Malling in Kent will see the steepest decrease, with homes losing around 12.1 per cent of their value.
``We have a meeting with Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council tonight,'' said Gallagher.
The bus halted outside Tonbridge and Malling council offices where dignitaries were due to present her with a "certificate of merit" in the grounds of Tonbridge Castle.