Tonbridge


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Tonbridge

(ˈtʌnˌbrɪdʒ)
n
(Placename) a market town in SE England, in SW Kent on the River Medway. Pop: 35 833 (2001)
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Passing through the villages or towns we could only go at a walking pace, and once, I remember, opposite the school at Tonbridge, we had to halt some time while we carried aside the bodies which blocked our path.
Contract: sc19004 - tonbridge & malling household waste recycling centre (hwrc) services
B'HAM & SOLIHULL 24 TONBRIDGE 47 HEAD coach Pete Glackin reckoned relegated Birmingham and Solihull's defeat to third-placed Tonbridge Juddians epitomised the 'unforgiving' nature of National Two South.
BEES 24 TONBRIDGE 47 RELEGATED Birmingham and Solihull failed to capitalise on a dominant opening period to lose to third-placed Tonbridge Juddians in National League Two South.
(LSE: THRL) has completed the acquisition of a purpose built care home in Tonbridge, Kent for approximately GBP 12.2m (USD 14.92m) including acquisition costs, the group said.
Kent-based club Tonbridge Angels has lost two players, Jack Maddams and Junior Dian, to undiagnosed heart problems in the past seven years.
Staines are in a false position in the Isthmian Premier and can prove that by bringing Tonbridge Angels down to earth at Wheatsheaf Park.
Then a child saw him and ran to where everyone was assembled for a VE Day party in Tonbridge, Kent.
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Their cup exploits ended in a 2-1 defeat to Tonbridge Angels in the FA Trophy so now Merthyr can focus on league ambitions.
Jones suffered a suspected dislocated shoulder midway through the second half of Saturday's 0-0 preseason friendly draw with Tonbridge Angels.