Local Events & News

Subject Information:

New and events relating the Tonbridge area. They must not relate to commercial or profit making organisations. Generally they will be an event or news relating to a worthy cause of importance of non financial or material advantage to a section of our members.

Local News & Events

This section will display news and events relating the Tonbridge area which it is felt will be of interest to TU3A members.

All content provided is for informational purposes only. Tonbridge U3A makes no representations as to accuracy or completeness and will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. Tonbridge U3A will not be liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information. 

Items must not relate to commercial or profit making organisations. Generally they will be an event or news relating to a worthy cause of importance but which is not of direct financial or material advantage to a section of our members.

Posts can also be public service information. The web team will have final say on content, which will be based on merit. Please submit suggestions to webadmin.

Social Activities in Tonbridge for Older Folk in 2020 leaflet

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Community Wardens

The Warden Role:

A Community Warden is responsible for dealing with general issues surrounding the community; this may vary from encouraging the community to work together to tackling low level crime and antisocial behaviour.  Community Wardens do not make arrests but do work closely with Kent Police and other professional authorities and have been fully trained to the Community Safety Accreditation Scheme.  A large part of a Warden’s job role involves liaising with Trading Standards to tackle scams and to help those who have been victimised.  Not only are they there to take details from the individual regarding the scam/s they have fallen victim to but they are also there for reassurance and to help the individual on a more personal level.  Welfare visits are a very common aspect of the warden role that aim to help vulnerable people receive the support they need. Community Wardens also liaise with numerous agencies varying from social services to the RSPCA  to provide the best possible service to the communities.

Wildlife

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