Sort file:- Tunbridge Wells, October, 2021.

Page Updated:- Wednesday, 27 October, 2021.


March 2016

(Name from)

Moo Moo

Closed 2021

2-8 Newton Road

Royal Tunbridge Wells

01892 549549

Moo Moo 2017

Above photo, 2017.

Moo Moo dance area

Above photo showing the dance area. 2018.

Moo Moo bar 2018

Above photo showing bar area. 2018.


More of a night club than a public house and changed name a multiply of times over the last 10 years or so. Just follow the links under the dates to sort this one out.

I wonder how long this one will stay open. Please let me know if it changes and I'll add that information to this web site for Royal Tunbridge Wells.


From the 1 February 2017. By Suz Elvey.

No charge after teen arrested following rape claims at Pokémon A-Level results party at Moo Moo, Tunbridge Wells.

A teenager arrested following claims a girl was raped at a Pokémon-themed A-level results party in Tunbridge Wells has been released without charge.

The 19-year-old man was arrested in connection with allegations made after celebrations at Moo Moo nightclub in Newton Road in the early hours of Friday, August 19.

Today police revealed no one else has been arrested and investigations into the claim have stopped.

The party was at MooMoo in Tunbridge Wells.

A spokesman said: "The arrested man has been released without charge. He was released due to a lack of evidence. No other arrests have been made in connection to this.

"Officers have followed all lines of inquiry and this particular case has now been filed. Should further information come to light, it will be fully investigated."

Moo Moo was hosting a Pokémon Go party, capitalising on the summer's popular virtual game craze, the same day many teenagers were out celebrating their A-level results.


From the 9 November 2017.

The Tunbridge Wells nightclub where crime is reported 'more than once a week'

Kent Police has been called 98 times since it opened in 2016.

Police were called to reported incidents a staggering 98 times in just over one year at "MooMoo" Clubrooms in Tunbridge Wells.

Figures released to Kent Live show that between April 16, 2016 and September 1, 2017 police responded to 98 calls - 69 of these reported offences were for 'violence against the person'.

This equates to officers being called out more than once a week for various offences allegedly committed at the Newton Road club, most of them violence against the person.

Offences recorded include criminal damage, sexual offences, theft of a pedal cycle, theft offences and violence against the person.

The information also includes how officers dealt with each reported offence - whether anyone was charged, cautioned or whether there was no further investigation.

In cases where violent crimes were recorded five cautions were handed out, three people were charged, two community resolutions were issued, 24 incidents were filed as 'investigation complete' and seven cases had evidential difficulties.

In 23 cases of recorded violence the victim either withdrew the claim or did not support action while in five cases the suspect was not known and the victim either declined or was unable to support the case.

A total of three sexual offences were also recorded at the club but no charges or cautions were brought forward.

We asked police for information on all recorded crimes in "MooMoo," "Pitcher and Piano" and "Zee Bar" between January 1, 2014 and September 1, 2017.

Not all clubs were open within this particular time frame, therefore officers were only able to supply information from the period when the clubs were open in their present form.

"Pitcher and Piano" and "Zee Bar" have been open for a considerably longer period but still had fewer crimes recorded.

"Pitcher and Piano" had 42 recorded cases of violence against the person between July 12, 2014 and September 1, 2017 out of total of 70 recorded crimes.

These offences were recorded over a much longer period than those at "MooMoo" but far less crimes of a violent nature or otherwise were committed.


MooMoo Clubrooms : 98

Zee bar : 77

Pitcher and Piano : 70

How many times police were called to each individual club


Seven people were charged for violent offences while five received cautions.

In 13 recorded cases the victim either withdrew the claim or did not support action.

All three clubs were contacted for comment on the matter but had not responded by the time of publication.


From the By Katie Davis, 1 February 2020.

CCTV released by police after assault in MooMoo Clubrooms in Tunbridge Wells.

A man was knocked unconscious in an unprovoked attack at a nightclub in Tunbridge Wells.


The victim suffered serious facial injuries during the violent assault in MooMoo Clubrooms in the early hours of New Year's Day - and police investigating have now released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to about the incident.

Attcker in Moo Moo 2020

Police would like to speak to this man about the incident. Picture: Kent Police.

It is reported the victim was walking down a staircase in the club between 1am and 1.30am when an unknown man punched him in the face.

The suspect is said to have made earlier threats to the man, who required hospital treatment.

Officers are now looking to identify the man pictured, who may have important information.

If you recognise him or saw anything which may assist the investigation call 01622 604100, quoting reference 46/1288/20.

You can also call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111 or use the online form at Crimestoppers-uk


Obviously it didn't last long, but I am informed that it wasn't antisocial behaviour that see it off, but an outbreak of covid, and a planning application has been submitted to convert the building into part residential units, and a gym.




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