Tunbridge Wells Heritage Open Days 2022 was from Friday 9th September to Sunday 18th September 2022 inclusive.

Heritage Open Days celebrate Englandís architectural, social and cultural heritage by offering visitors of all ages free access to a range of events that include interesting properties, guided walks, tours and talks. There are often art, craft and music events as well as displays of traditional skills. The Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society, in conjunction with the National Trust, helps to co-ordinate the events across the Borough of Tunbridge Wells.

Photographic Competition for Students

The theme of this yearís Heritage Open Days is Astounding Inventions, and to celebrate this, the Civic Society invited students living in or attending school in the Borough of Tunbridge Wells to enter a free photographic competition, which reflected this theme. The winners and runners up of each of two entry groups are as follows:

Entry group up to Year 6, with first prize of £50 and two runners up prizes of £25

First Prize

Arthur Drake with The Roller

Runners up

Antonio Lee-Haswell with Mark Adolph Keeping His Fatherís Passion Alive

Bella Smith with A Picture of a Violin

Entry group Years 7 Ė 13, with first prize of £100 and two runners up prizes of £50

First Prize

Alathaea Jenkins with Wheels on Time

Runners up

Joseph Lunnon with Spectrum Affinity

Amelia Smith with Wells of Time

Congratulations to our winners, presentation details will follow.

You can contact us at twellsheritage@gmail.com

Thank you for visiting Tunbridge Wells Heritage Open Days.

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