"Art for me is all about...imagination" - An exhibition of works by Nicola Slattery at Norwich Theatre Royal Nicola Slattery was born in 1963 and graduated from Coventry Art School in 1986. A prolific, well known painter and printmaker, she has exhibited regularly and widely for many years in solo and group exhibitions across the UK and beyond. In 2014 Nicola Slattery won "The Alfred Daniels' Personal Favourites Award" for a narrative painting at The Mall Galleries, London. She was elected to membership of the Royal Society of British Artists in 2015. In March 2016 she was presented with "The Artist Magazine Award and subsequently featured in the January 2017 issue of The Artist Magazine. In March 2017 she won the "Dry Red Press Award" for her painting "Songbirds" included in the 300th Royal Society of British Artists exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London. Nicola lives and works in Norfolk and we are delighted to have Nicola's paintings and limited edition prints on display as part of our ongoing exhibition [...]
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An official MONOPOLY edition for Royal Tunbridge Wells was launched last week during a red-carpet ceremony at The Pantiles! This was on the same day that the much-anticipated game hits shop shelves. This special edition sees more than 30 leading Royal Tunbridge Wells landmarks replacing the famous London MONOPOLY addresses, like Mayfair and Park Lane. Family Fun The launch event for this MONOPOLY version, took place on 26th October at the Tunbridge Wells Hotel, where the entire board was revealed. The game proves to be a popular choice for Christmas presents, providing plenty of family fun. The town saw off fellow royal cities, including Leamington Spa and Windsor, to win a vote which saw the game being made. Around 30 landmarks replace famous Monopoly addresses, as voted for by residents of Tunbridge Wells. Mayfair and Park Lane have become The Pantiles and jewellers G Collins & Sons, while Calverley Grounds takes the place of the Old Kent Road as the cheapest spot on the board. Local radio station, KMFM, is [...]
Positive Feedback Received Regarding Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons Targetfollow were pleased to receive positive feedback from a former resident of Tunbridge Wells who highlighted the positive change that has been observed since their ownership of the Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons and Steve Budden's tenure as Commons Warden. Commenting on the work of Steve Budden, Mr. Dicker says "I have always been very excited with what you have been doing on The Common over the years. I had a house opposite The Common at 82 Mount Ephraim from the mid 70's to the late 90's and was constantly dismayed by the gradual deterioration of The Common over those years which was made worse by the 87 Storm - not to be cleared until you came along around 2005. You have turned The Common back to an inspirational place to be and continue to do great things - most noticeable is that you have done this in sympathy with the needs of wildlife in mind - this was made evident [...]