Tenterden Archive - Year 1990

18/12/2019
Tenterden News
Princess DIana visited Tenterden in 1990 to open Tenterden Leisure Centre
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express Jan 1990. Town Council retirement Frank Curteis; Barn owls Smallhythe; BBC filming; Golden wedding Dennis & Kathleen Harrison
https://www.mytenterden.co.uk/archive/1990-1.pdf
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express Jan/Feb 1990. Kent & East Sussex 5th year report; Housing at Cedar Works off Tenterden High Street threat to trees; Haven for wildlife/saplings removed behind Bells Lane; Tenterden Junior School welcomes headteacher Helen Tweedle
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express Feb/Mar 1990. Waitrose Supermarket construction; Homewood School support ambulance pay claim; Homes for the young/low cost homes at Priory Way and Rogersmead; Storm damage to Smallhythe Church
https://www.mytenterden.co.uk/archive/1990-3.pdf
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express Jan/Feb 1990. Huge tree crashes down on a bench in Tenterden High Street in a storm; Tenterden and St Michaels Football Club/Sam Stevens new book
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express Feb 1990. Scotsman (Angus MacArthur) lost £655 in Ashford Road, Tenterden in the mind & most of the cash was handed back in which made the National news - Tenterden the most honest town in Britain
https://www.mytenterden.co.uk/archive/1990-5.pdf
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express Feb 1990. Mice in Tenterden; Tenterden footpath bridge replaced across Newmill Channel at Isemonger Farm off the Cranbrook Road financed by KCC
https://www.mytenterden.co.uk/archive/1990-6.pdf
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express Feb 1990. Tenterden the most honest town in Britain; the Sun Newspaper exclusive
https://www.mytenterden.co.uk/archive/1990-7.pdf
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express Feb/March 1990. Kent and East Sussex Railway win top railway preservation award; Tenterden Rotary give motorised chair to the Day Centre; Inner Wheel's 40th birthday party & donation to Telephones for The Blind from club president Pam Mitchell; Last of the Summer Jazz dance band - World War Two airmen (five former RAF officers: sax Ray Harington, piano John Matthews, sax Cyril Cooling, guitar Alan Pickett, Bill Appleton)
https://www.mytenterden.co.uk/archive/1990-8.pdf
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express Feb/March 1990. Tenterden and District Museum Association newsletter memories, total smoking ban at town hall rejected, local Brownies 
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express March 1990. Final inspection before opening the Tenterden Leisure Centre; Classic music at special concert Michael Wood and Amanda White; Mothering Sunday teas fully booked at the Kent and East Sussex Railway
 
Newspaper Article, Kentish Express March 1990. 
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