A Sandwich-based film company has thanked all the extras who helped to make a promotional video for the Empire.
Costa has delayed its opening date after plans for signs were refused.
Crime statistics for Sandwich has revealed that The Butts area has the highest level of crime for 2015.
Sandwich is set to come alive this weekend for the Folk and Ale Festival.
Homes in Sandwich and Worth have been without power today (Sunday) due to
Children are enjoying the new-look play area at The Butts in Sandwich after £13,000 investment.
Sandwich Lawn Tennis Club has defended its bid to expand amidst tension with allotment holders.
The new Woodnesborough Village Hall has seen a six-month delay due to planning "incompetence" at Dover District Council.
New Street in Sandwich has been temporarily closed so that Southern Water can repair a burst water main which has been flooding the area.
Sandwich Sports and Leisure Centre will be transformed by a £160,000 refurbishment.
Sandwich's Magna Carta is undergoing conservation work and assessment before treatment can take place.
Pupils at Sir Roger Manwood's have been breaking records and raising money for charity.
Keepers at Wingham Wildlife Park found two very cute surprises when they uncovered red panda babies.
Discovery Park in Sandwich and the Turner Contemporary in Margate is helping to form links between science and art.
Sandwich is looking for volunteers to help steward the Magna Carta Rediscovered exhibition in September.
The Sandwich MP, Craig Mackinlay says he will push KCC Highways for signs to stop lorries becoming stuck in the town.
Costa Coffee has confirmed a rejection of its signs will not deter the chain from opening in Sandwich.
Strand Wines in Sandwich has thanked people for responding to an appeal after wine was stolen.
Steph and Dom from Channel 4's Gogglebox are set to host the Sandwich Prom in aid of Martha Trust.
The MP for Sandwich Craig Mackinlay has welcomed a 43% drop in those claiming Jobseeker's Allowance in South Thanet - since 2010.
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