Monday, November 18th, 2019

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The historic Wednesday Market in Sevenoaks will probably cease in January if action is not taken to save it, claims Tony Clayton who is a District Councillor and Town Councillor.

Staff from local businesses who signed up to recreate the famous zebra crossing scene that appeared on The Beatles' Abbey Road album, in the year of its 50th anniversary, have helped raise in the region of £4,000 for The Lewis Project.

Sevenoaks Town Mayor Nick Busvine attended a reception at Manak Solicitors new office at 46 London Road, Sevenoaks on Thursday (7 November) to celebrate the move to the new premises and during a speech praised the company and its Managing Director Surinder Manak for the amount of support they have generously already given to the local community.

Nick Booker, chairman of the Sevenoaks and District Chamber of Commerce reported on another successful year for the organisation when members held their AGM and networking lunch at Cote Brasserie recently.

Over the past few months, Wealden Properties (Sevenoaks) has been working on how the company can communicate and interact with its tenants – both existing and potential – more effectively.

The festive season is always a good opportunity to treat yourself to a revitalising treatment or to give your every day look a bit of a spruce up.

The former Thomas Cook outlet in High Street Sevenoaks could remain as a travel agents following the news that Thomas Cook’s chain of 555 UK travel agencies have been sold to Hays Travel.

There is still time for local businesses and community groups to join in a fun event which is celebrating 50 years since the release of The Beatles album Abbey Road.

Manak Solicitors have officially opened the doors to what they describe as their most ambitious project to date. After 18 months occupying an upstairs office in Bligh’s Meadow, the Lexcel accredited multi-office law firm have moved to a modern two floor space at 46 London Road, Sevenoaks.

Friday the 13th proved to be a lucky day for Ruth Hyde, the owner of Cryojuvenate, as she picked up two of the top accolades at the 2019 Sevenoaks Business Awards held at Knole Academy last week.

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