About the Team

Tonbridge Town Team was established as a result of the Portas Review published in 2011. Our main aim is help make Tonbridge a vibrant and exciting place to live, work, visit and do business. We aim to link together businesses, local government, charities, clubs and the population as a whole. By working together, we aim to build a sustainable and prosperous town that draws together and maximises the potential of all its citizens.
There are lots of organisations, businesses and individuals who are doing fantastic things in Tonbridge. We want to celebrate their achievements and work with them so they can make even more of an impact. We encourage innovation and entrepreneurialism building on the community spirit that exists in Tonbridge and the surrounding area.
We recognise that Tonbridge is better off in many ways than many towns up and down the country. But we also recognise that many of our fellow citizens struggle. Our vision is an inclusive one that values all members of our community and seeks to build bridges and enable all to prosper.
By working together and concentrating on what we can do rather than what we can’t, by being open to new ideas and matching enthusiasm with patient resolve we can continue to make our community not just a good place to live, but a GREAT place to live.
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Jenny Lewis currently chairs the Town Team. Jenny is part of the organising team of the local Poppy Appeal and works in laboratory sales.
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Sarah Spence is a Speech and Language Therapist, an artist and running enthusiast. She is vice-chair of the Town Team and organises the annual Tonbridge Dragon Boat Race.
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Bob Taylor is keen to help improve Tonbridge facilities for Tonbridge people. Tonbridge Lions Club member, Chairman of the Kent Farmers Market Association
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Sarah Sturt is one of the founder members of theTown Team and works in Tonbridge as the editor of Kent Life magazine.
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Paul Shilling is the Town Team Photographer, photographing your event fun.
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Carl Lewis was the founding Flood Warden for Tonbridge, leads the local Poppy Appeal, and was recognised as Perry's Exceptional Individual of 2017 for his voluntary roles in the community.
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Anne Molineux is a local artist who creates her work using top quality household paint. She is helping support the growing local art scene in Tonbridge.
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Glenn Lowther is a solicitor with Warners Solicitors with a keen interest in helping the local community with their legal and property needs.
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Jeremy Whittaker is the Economic Regeneration Officer for Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council and is the Town Team's contact with TMBC.
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New Member - Coming Soon!
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New Member - Coming Soon!
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New Member - Coming Soon!