The Angel Centre

The Angel Centre, Tonbridge: Address, Phone Number, The Angel Centre Reviews: 4/5

The Angel Centre
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peter12345678901234
Gillingham, UK298 contributions
Tonbridge nice place
Aug 2018 • Family
But i find theses carparks are getting expensive to park in.
Most of these towns all charge over a pound an hour which is greedy.
They miss a trick because out of town shops over free parking
Written 30 August 2018
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Char
Kent, UK910 contributions
Walk throuhj
Jun 2017
A walk through the angel centre to get to Sainsbury's. Has a lovely florist and fruit & veg stall which was even open on a Sunday.
Written 11 June 2017
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Jay J
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Moslems
Jun 2016 • Business
Good Islam prayer service. Very friendly Asian community. Although the vending machine prices are too high, I can look over that for the fantastic sermons.
Happy Ramadan
Written 1 June 2016
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Thank you for your review, glad you enjoy the facilities. I will make the Operations Team aware of your comment re the vending machines.
Written 5 October 2016
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bkpkerluvs2travel
london108 contributions
A hub for Tonbridge
Jul 2015 • Friends
Sport facilities and at times how's available. A bit pricey but apply to discount cards where possible. Can join Zumba groups, badminton, which I love.
Written 9 July 2015
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Martin T
Deal206 contributions
Film night at the Angel
Feb 2015 • Solo
All kinds of activity is held in this eighties centre next to Beales department store. But just 2 days a month Tonbridge gets to see films. Admission is £6.20 or £5.20 seniors and movable tiered seating is in place, as this month for "When I go to sleep" at 5.30 followed by "What we did on our holiday". About 50 were in to see Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth on the big screen. Unusually for digital there was an ice cream interval after 40 minutes. There is no bar outside the hall just vending machines. The picture was clear and booked in by Southern Cinema, who lay on films where there is no fulltime cinema, or as in Tonbridge where a promised multiplex never materialised. Big events are in the Medway hall, others in the Riverside and Jubilee rooms, but the gym.is prominent. Arrive on time - no ads or trailers before lights dim. .
Written 21 February 2015
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