Tunbridge Wells Events Calendar

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The Platinum Jubilee Flower Festival at King Charles the Mrtyr Church.

2 June @ 11:00 am - 5 June @ 4:00 pm


The Platinum Jubilee
Flower Festival

2nd June – 5th June

Explore the decades of Her Majesty the Queen through a series of flower installations in the historic heart of Tunbridge Wells. Entry is free. There will be collection boxes for various charities.

Church Opening Times
Thursday 2nd June: 11am – 2pm (early close due to a wedding)
Friday 3rd June: 11am – 4pm
Saturday 4th June: 11am – 4pm
Sunday 5th June: 11am – 4pm

As well as the flower come and explore our history and the first building in Tunbridge Wells where King’s and Queen’s have worshipped since 1678.

The physical Church building of King Charles the Martyr is of great historic interest as it was the first solid brick building to be erected in the town. The Church’s name (foundation) is relatively unique with only a handful of other churches in the world sharing the same dedication to King Charles the first. Likewise the building is also distinct as few churches were built during the latter part of the seventeenth century and is grade 1 listed. The plasterwork of the interior ceiling which was created by Sir Christopher Wren’s master craftsman is a tourist attraction and the church was frequented by Queen Henrietta Maria, Queen Anne and most famously Queen Victoria. Handel visited the church on numerous occasions and some famous names gave money for its construct including Samuel Pepys. Along side the flower festival there will be display about the churches history and historical artefacts.


2 June @ 11:00 am
5 June @ 4:00 pm
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King Charles the Martyr Church
London Road
Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1DH Tunbridge Wells
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