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Pantiles Vintage and Collectables fair The Pantiles Vintage & Collectables weekend, 25th & 26th July, 10am - 6pm

Come uncover hidden treasures among the eclectic range of collectables, books & jewellery whilst enjoying the friendly atmosphere and themed live music!

The event will comprise a great number of hand-picked traders, offering a range of quality and affordable vintage and antique goods.

If you're looking for interesting items to adorn your home or garden you're bound to find something special; from books and jewellery, items of furniture, to homewares.

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Norwich 20 Group

'Works on Paper' exhibition, Norwich Theater Royal, July 22nd to September 26th 2015

Targetfollow presents a collection of pieces by members of the Norwich 20 Group - a diverse group of prefessional artists.

This exhibition gives a snapshot of the wide variety of approaches from a selection of artists all working on paper, using a variety of mediums.

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Pantiles Marlets

The Pantiles Food Festival - Friday 15 to Sunday 17 May 2015

The historic Georgian colonnade in Tunbridge Wells once again staged the Pantiles Spring Food Festival. This event was organised by Market Square Group and took place from Friday 15 May to Sunday 17 May.

Over 50 stalls featured a selection of local, regional, national and international food and drink as well as high-quality kitchen products and crafts. There were also cooking demonstrations, a ticketed Beer Festival and entertainment including live music from Canterbury based band Coco and the Butterfields.

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Dukes Wharf approved!

Targetfollow are pleased to announce that the planning application has been approved for the Dukes Wharf development. This will see the comprehensive redevelopment of this city centre riverside location, comprising both reuse of existing buildings and new-build.

The scheme will create a high-quality residential-led mixed use development, in a very desirable city centre location, next to the Norwich Lanes and St. Benedict's Street.

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