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Why a winery's hoping more drinkers are Curious about beer...

Chardonnay grapes in the sun at Chapel Down

A vineyard which has struggled through two poor harvests is raising a toast... to beer.


Lifeguards under fire as man saves drowning boy

A woman died at Tenterden Leisure Centre

A hero who saved a boy drowning in a leisure centre pool has hit out at the lifeguards on duty.


"Our shops raise vital funds"

Demelza children's hospice has stressed the importance of their charity shops

Demelza children's hospice has stressed the importance of its shops following complaints that there are too many charity outlets in Tenterden.

Owner left horse starving and in pain

The colt was put down as it was too sickly to be saved

A woman's who left a colt in pain for weeks and with 'no flesh at all on his body' has been fined.


Life-saving volunteer in plea to join him

Their lives in your hands - could you be a community first responder?

Fight for justice stepped up after holiday death

Gillian Metcalf, mother of two from Tenterden, in Brazil on the day before she died

The family of a Kent lawyer killed in a boat tragedy on holiday in Brazil are stepping up their campaign for a prosecution over her death.


'Charity shops trade unfairly'

Demelza children's hospice has stressed the importance of their charity shops

Plans by Demelza children's hospice to open a shop in Tenterden have led to concerns about the number of charity shops in the town.


War satire on stage

Members of Tenterden Operatic & Dramatic Society (TODS) are putting the finishing touches to their latest show.

Hay! Why has it gone dark?

Mark Oliver was left shaken following the incident

This house owner must have felt it was the last straw when these bales of hay fell from a lorry and smashed into his house.


Schoolgirl, 10, gives council bumpy ride over potholes

Halle Hopkins with her letter of complaint to KCC

A youngster has taken a council to task after doing her own audit of potholes in her area.

Toilet vandal's parents to be made to pay

The public toilets in St Michael's recreation ground which were vandalised

A mayor has demanded a teenage vandal's parents pay for his damage, but admits: 'They may blow a raspberry at us'

Disabled Christian, 6, could soon walk

Six-year-old Christian Fortunato

The generosity of Tenterden people means a disabled boy can have an operation that could help him to walk unaided

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