Events in aid of the Hospice

Crazy Jean’s Soapbox Race

8th June 2019

11am - 6pm

Dunorlan Park, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 3QN


Crazy Jean’s Soapbox Race is one of the largest family fun days in Tunbridge Wells. Last year over 6,000 people from the local community attended the event in Dunorlan Park, to see 40 karts whizz around the course.  There were many whacky kart designs to be seen including a fire engine, a fluffy pig and the Only Fools and Horses yellow van!

The event is back again for a second year and we are delighted that Hospice in the Weald is once again a beneficiary charity of the event. Please come along on the 8th June to show your support. Further details can be found on our website.


Tunbridge Wells Antique Fair

28th April


The Skinners School

Supporter Clair O’Neil will be holding the Tunbridge Wells Antique Fair at The Skinners School on Sunday 28th April. The event has been set up in memory of her father George Paterson, a well know antiques dealer in the area. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Hospice. For further details please contact cgpsilver@gmail.com

The Choristers of Canterbury Cathedral

Saturday 18th May 2019


St George's Church, Benenden

Join the Friends of St George's Church for the Choristers Concert this May. For further details please contact Clive Turner on 01580240649 or at clive_turner@btinternet.com. Tickets can be purchased in advance or on the door.

Vegan Street Food Party

Friday 14th June

6pm onwards

Souper Juice, 11 Monson Road, TN1 1LS

Souper Juice is hosting a fantastic evening for all food-lovers looking to grab a bite and relax in a great atmosphere. Come and enjoy some wonderful vegan treats, take part in an exciting raffle and contribute towards a good cause.

Donation on entry

A Midsummer Night's Dream and Feast

Friday 21st  June


Kingdom, Grove Road, Penhurst, TN11 8DU

Enjoy an evening of live performance and delectable food in the magical woodland venue of Kingdom, near Penshurst. On Midsummer's Night, join a rooftop reception with glorious views over the Weald followed by a feast-style meal before immersing yourself in an adaptation of William Shakespeare's play, performed by Get Out Of My Space.