The Edenbridge Chronicle
is a monthly freesheet tabloid newspaper delivered to homes in and around the town of Edenbridge on the western edge of Kent
, including the villages of Four Elms, Chiddingstone and Cowden.
It’s a reincarnation of an earlier newspaper founded in 1905 but incorporated into the Kent Messenger in 1968. The present version is owned by Tindle Newspapers and published from editorial offices in Westerham, along with its sister newspaper the Tandridge Chronicle and the weekly County Border News series, including the Edenbridge County Border News.
It comes out on the first Thursday of every month – apart from the January edition, which appears towards the middle of the month. An e-edition’s also available free on the website, although there doesn’t appear to have been an update of the archive since the October 2012 issue.
- Edenbridge Chronicle
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