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BID has Christmas wrapped up with door bows

RTW Together has Christmas wrapped up with free door bows  The RTW Together Business Improvement District has added a festive fabric touch to Royal Tunbridge Wells town centre, by dressing business front doors with a free gold bow, ready for the seasonal trading period.  A selection of participating businesses were also visited by special guests Tink and the Tinsel People, as part of ...

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RTWT MARKS TIME FOR REMEMBRANCE AT CLOCK TOWER

Royal Tunbridge Wells Together marks time for remembrance with ambitious clock tower display  The RTW Together Business Improvement District is counting down to the period of Remembrance for 2021 with a large-scale display in Royal Tunbridge Wells town centre. The BID will dress the clock tower in Calverley Precinct in a striking collection of artificial poppies and autumnal foliage, cascading ...

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BID KICKS INTO ACTION WITH FREE SELF DEFENCE

The RTW Together Business Improvement District is offering a free one hour self defence class for those who work within the town centre, the area which the BID represents.  BID Director for RTW Together, Sarah-Jane Adams, explains “With the darker nights and mornings, many of us are thinking about getting to work or home safely, and after recent high profile events, personal security is a very ...

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BID CHARTS COURSE ACROSS TOWN CENTRE WITH TOURIST MAP

The RTW Together Business Improvement District is plotting its way across the town centre with the help of its newly revised tourist maps. Originally created several years ago, the leaflet features a beautifully illustrated map by local artist Elaine Gill, commissioned by RTWT. The brochure has now been updated to include fresh information, photographs of the town centre and reflect the BID’s ...

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BID HELPS HIGH STREET TO GROW WITH PARKLETS

The Royal Tunbridge Wells Together Business Improvement District has contributed funding in order to provide parklets to the High Street area of the town centre. Borrowing space from the road, this pedestrian seating has been installed in partnership with Tunbridge Wells Borough Council and Kent County Council, in order to attract footfall and increase dwell time for hospitality businesses who ...

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LETTER FROM THE NEW BID DIRECTOR, SARAH-JANE

LETTER FROM NEW BID DIRECTOR, SARAH-JANE Firstly, welcome back to an unrestricted, although altered, way of trading. I hope that this time allows you to grow and thrive, and for us to throw open the doors of Royal Tunbridge Wells with a new sense of purpose and confidence. Of course, now is also the time for you as a business, and us as the town centre collective, to assess the challenges ...

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