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Published on May 26th, 2021 | by The Town Crier


Connecting Communities through TW Social

You’re never alone with TW Social. Launched to support the town’s various health and wellbeing initiatives, this is a great online hub to help address the social isolation and loneliness we can all feel sometimes. It offers something for everyone – entertainment and activities for all ages, tips and workshops for healthy living and helpful information on where you can go to get more support all in one place, all free. Please do explore at twsocial.co.uk

Community cohesion and mental and physical wellbeing are at the heart of TW Social and we are constantly updating and adding free resources that might help anyone still shielding or finding it hard to get out and about. 

It’s a great resource for families too, with stories for kids covering a range of ages – home schooling may be over now, but creative learning never stops. Some of our favourites include the interactive video story of ‘Poppy’s Tail’, for kids 3 to 6 years of age, and ‘Kenny McCann and The Gambling Man’ an immersive audio book for kids ages 8 plus.

We are proud to have such a rich cultural heritage here in Tunbridge Wells, home to many amazing memories in the community. If you’re interested in delving into the past, we have created a trilogy of videos charting the history of the Assembly Hall Theatre and The Forum.  We are keen to hear from residents who might like to share their memories to help us build a social story of culture and entertainment through decades in Tunbridge Wells.

We’d like you to share your experience. You can send in poems, paintings, photos, songs, crafts, videos – anything that we can display on the website and collate into a digital book so we can celebrate our past through your eyes.

Everything is here at twsocial.co.uk so please take a look today. We hope you’ll join us and help keep our community connected!

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