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Inside your East Kent and Dover Mercury

In this weeks paper

Some of the top stories in this week’s East Kent Mercury:

Friends of Louise Slater, who was killed in a car crash in Cyprus, gathered on Walmer Green to send lanterns into the night sky in her memory.

Outraged parents are appealing to the Prime Minister and education secretary after courses were cancelled because of funding cuts at Sir Roger Manwood’s School in Sandwich.

A teacher, who downloaded images of sadistic attacks on children, has had his sentence slashed.

Some of the top stories in this week’s Dover Mercury:

A woman who fell over a wall at Dover’s Roman Painted House, after looking for somewhere to relieve herself after an evening’s drinking, has lost her legal action for damages.

Dover’s skyline was lit up by an array of lanterns on Thursday night to remember the life of murdered Michael Kerr.

New wave-shaped benches in Dover town centre have been designed to stop day-time drinkers from loitering on them, says former town mayor Sue Jones.

It’s all in the East Kent Mercury and Dover Mercury - out tomorow.

 

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