Kent Fire and Rescue Services

KFRS have released a reminder service to have your chimney swept in an attempt to reduce the number of calls they get which are caused by chimney fires Visit Site

Tunbridge Wells Planning Portal

A useful link to the Planning department at TWBC. You can search by Postcode or other references for planning applications in your area. Visit Site In addition, you may be kept informed of Planning Applications in your area  by clicking this link

TWBC Initiative – Support for Home Based Businesses

Free business support for home based businesses Home based businesses in West Kent are able to benefit from a publicly funded initiative sponsored by the West Kent Partnership (Tonbridge/Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks Councils) in association with Kent County Council. For those working from home there are a myriad of issues that have shown that could […]

Frittenden History Society

We are a small, friendly society from a small, friendly village in the Weald of Kent. We aim to educate and entertain with talks and presentations about the history of our village and the county in which we live. We were first formed in 1975 Visit Site

MisterWhat – An online Business Directory of the local Area

MisterWhat connects people and local businesses, organisations and charities. The database is completely free and the business listings are organised by location and category. Company profiles include useful information like address, postcode, phone number, official website, business category, local map. Moreover with MisterWhat there is no limit on searches. PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME SUGGESTIONS FROM […]

Frittenden Parish Council Minutes

Latest Minutes appear at the bottom of this page. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader for this.  *Older minutes have been moved to the archive section, only the current years minutes (including the last year’s APA published this year) appear here *. Get the Adobe reader by clicking below.   Please note that from the 1st […]

Power Cut? Just dial 105

All the England based power supply companies (in this area UK Power) have contributed to the setting up of this toll-free number which you can dial when you have a powercut. For more info see www.powercut105.com