The Kentish Gazette is the second oldest newsbrand in the country. In 1942 its offices in St George's Street, Canterbury were bombed along with most of that part of the city in a devastating Luftwaffe attack. Amazingly that week's paper came out with a full report of the bombing.
The Kentish Gazette group of newspapers include the Whitstable Gazette, Herne Bay Gazette and Faversham News.
We value our readers and customers for their loyalty and support and try to meet their expectations by bringing the best quality newspapers in the marketplace week-in, week-out.
We believe in giving local people a voice and try to reflect on every aspect of life in the area. Our editorial staff operate independently and we aim to ensure that everything we do is balanced, neutral and representative. We pride ourselves on making sure that everything we do is checked, verified and true.
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Write to us at Gazette House, Room B119, New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent CT1 3AJ
Kentish Gazette is available to buy from newsagents, by subscription (call 0800 525450) and online.
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