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"Bespoke" library services

"Bespoke" library services

Residents in Sandwich have been told a charitable trust would enable libraries to get rid of “one size fits all” policies.

Probe after man found dead in street

Probe after man found dead in street

Forensics officers taped off an alleyway after a man was found dead in a quiet street.

Police stepping up patrols

Police stepping up patrols

Police will step-up patrols for motorists parking on double yellow lines, says Chief Inspector Steve Barlow.

Pfizer hosts apprenticeship event

Pfizer hosts apprenticeship event

Young people have been learning about the apprenticeships on offer at Pfizer in Sandwich.

Highways team’s school coach concerns

 Highways team’s school coach concerns

Sir Roger Manwood’s School could be forced to update its traffic plan after Highways criticised its coach facilities.

Have a say on pylons plan

 Have a say on pylons plan

Residents have one last chance to have their say on the Richborough Connection project.

No sign of an end to lorry chaos in town

 No sign of an end to lorry chaos in town

The Town Team is campaigning for signs to warn lorry drivers of the weight restrictions in Sandwich.

Beauty salon going places

Beauty salon going places

A beauty salon in Eastry is expanding its business after five successful years.

Gogglebox pair write guidebook

Gogglebox pair write guidebook

Gogglebox stars Steph and Dom Parker are writing their very own book - a guide on how to survive social occasions.

Historic shells exploded after being found by dog

Historic shells exploded after being found by dog

Seven wartime shells have been exploded by bomb disposal experts after being sniffed out on a beach by a black Labrador.

Car blaze tackled on A256 carriageway

Car blaze tackled on A256 carriageway

Firefighters have this morning tackled a car blaze on the A256 Dover Road, after it was seen alight on one of the carriageways.

Farage: 'The joke is wearing a bit thin'

Farage: 'The joke is wearing a bit thin'

Those are the words of Ukip's Nigel Farage, who feels comedian Al Murray will not get many votes if he does stand for South Thanet in May.

Wartime bomb shell found on beach

Wartime bomb shell found on beach

A suspected Second World War shell has been found on a beach, prompting a response from bomb disposal experts.

Lorry lunacy

Lorry lunacy

Residents in Sandwich are outraged after a lorry became stuck in Strand Street for 15 hours.

Work to begin soon on homes at brickworks site

 Work to begin soon on homes at brickworks site

Parts of the former brickworks in Woodnesborough have already been sold to be converted into homes.

Minister praises apprentices at Discovery Park

Minister praises apprentices at Discovery Park

George Freeman, minister for life sciences has praised apprenticeship schemes at Discovery Park.

Reserve gets £10k funding boost

Reserve gets £10k funding boost

A lump sum of £10,000 has been pledged to the Gazen Salts Nature Reserve to enable it to reopen after it was flooded in December 2013.

Bringing back our ship-building pride

Bringing back our ship-building pride

The Quay in Sandwich will soon be transformed into a hub of medieval boat building.

The Quay to town's future

The Quay to town's future

A much-awaited medieval boat project at the Quay in Sandwich will help bring alive the town’s rich history.

Campaigners gear up to fight revised solar plan

Campaigners gear up to fight revised solar plan

Residents in Sandwich and Marshborough could have another battle on their hands over a proposed solar farm.

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