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Mercury readers get £1 off Royal Marines programme

12 July 2014

Remember to tear out your coupons from your East Kent Mercury for a discount on today's programme at the Royal Marines Concert.

No trains to Sandwich Folk and Ale Festival

11 July 2014

Track renewal work will mean overnight noise and no trains to the Sandwich Folk and Ale Festival.

Chance to give view on play area plans

10 July 2014

The district council wants to hear residents’ views on play areas in Dover, Aycliffe and Sandwich.

Funding for station is good news for Sandwich

09 July 2014

Plans for a new Thanet Parkway railway station have been given a £10 million boost – which could be a “game-changer” for Discovery Park.

Let there be folk, ale and a Sandwich

09 July 2014

Sample the beers and hear the sounds of folk music at Sandwich Folk & Ale Festival

Missing man, 82, from Sandwich has been found

07 July 2014

An 82 year-old man from Sandwich who went missing on Sunday was found at midday today in Eastry.

Sandwich pupils receive award for flood prevention design

07 July 2014

Pupils from Sandwich Technology School reached the top spot in the TeenTech awards judged by Stephen Fry, James May and Maggie Philbin.

Bus replacement service for district's rail users

05 July 2014

Today marks the start of a temporary replacement bus service between Dover Priory and Ramsgate after rail engineering works begin this afternoon.

Call for more women on committees

04 July 2014

Calls have been made for more women on the committees at Sandwich Town Council.

Sandwich level crossing too loud

04 July 2014

A level crossing alarm in Sandwich has sparked anger among residents who claim it is far too loud.

Fears that police changes could cut PCSOs

02 July 2014

Changes to policing in Kent have sparked fears that it could leave Sandwich with even fewer PCSOs.

Winston gets made detective in Big Brother murder mystery

02 July 2014

Big Brother contestant, Winston Showan, who has lived in Deal and St Margaret's has been made detective in a shopping task on the show.

Former UKIP man could be Conservative candidate for battleground seat

01 July 2014

Craig Mackinlay, Medway councillor and former UKIP member on three-strong Conservative shortlist for Thanet South seat

Royal Mail launches Dog Awareness Week

30 June 2014

Dog owners: Can you be sure your dog won't ever bite a postman or woman when they are delivering your mail? That's the message from Royal Mail today.

Minister sees railway apprentices are on right track

30 June 2014

A successful apprenticeship program at East Kent Railway in Shepherdswell has been visited by skills and enterprise minister Matthew Hancock.

Traffic warden sickness reports ‘out of context’

30 June 2014

The district council has denied reports that traffic wardens have individually taken nine weeks off sick last year.

Reserve still shut as work on flood damage continues

27 June 2014

Gazen Salts Nature Reserve will not be re-opening any time soon, said the warden Karen Potter.

Twisted shop owner abused girls after they 'stole' sweets

26 June 2014

A pervert who lured children into his shop to steal sweets so he could sexually abuse them has been convicted.

Factory Shop’s bid to rid England souvenirs

25 June 2014

The Factory Shop in Deal has reduced its England flags from £1 to 25 pence following the country’s World Cup defeat.

Missing Deal man found

25 June 2014

Deal man Blake Murray has been found after he was reported missing on facebook.

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