Sevenoaks resident Pat Moore, whose heroic efforts in the second world war as a sapper with the Royal Engineers on Juno beach during the Normandy landings led to him being awarded the Légion d'Honneur, passed away on Sunday at the age of 98.
Sevenoaks Town Council has been carrying out work to restore and preserve the Vine Pavilion during the past five years. Part of this work involved the installation of a new ramp which makes the historic building more accessible to all.
TWENTY FIVE years ago three golf legends came to the Sevenoaks area to play each other in a special game.
VOLUNTEERS from Sevenoaks Camera Club have documented on film Sevenoaks Town Council’s Heritage Lottery Fund supported project to transform the previously boarded-up Bat & Ball Station building into a historical community hub in northern Sevenoaks.
A FASCINATING and informative exhibition about the history of Sevenoaks has been organised by the Sevenoaks Society at the Kaleidoscope Gallery in Sevenoaks library. It is open from 19 June to 6 July during normal library hours apply and admission is free.
Artist Martin Barraud recently unveiled a poignant tribute as part of the events which are being held this week to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy during the Second World War.
Following Prince Harry and Meghan's decision not to disclose the location of the birth of their first child for now, My Sevenoaks Community Publisher and Editor Frank Baldwin recalls his own brush with the clandestine birth of a royal baby
THE NEW Sevenoaks Town multi-decked Car Park opened on 8 April and is providing 480 long-stay parking spaces to the town. It sits on the former Buckhurst 2 car park site next to the leisure centre, swimming pool and town library. But can you remember what was there before?
MEMBERS of the Sevenoaks community and several town dignitaries were invited to take a tour of the refurbished Wildernesse House – formally Dorton House School for the Blind – on Thursday (28 March).