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Folk festival launches crowdfunding bid

Folk festival launches crowdfunding bid

Organisers of the 25th Tenterden Folk Festival are aiming to raise £20,000 to attract top acts and are offering supporters a chance to lead the event.

Tragic Ben's family aim to help save lives

Tragic Ben's family aim to help save lives

The family of a teenager who died suddenly of a heart condition have spoken candidly of their loss in the hope others will be spared the same agony.

Air ambulance lands at scene of serious crash

Air ambulance lands at scene of serious crash

Emergency crews including the air ambulance have been called to the scene of a serious crash on a country road.

Shock footage reveals bullying at school

Shock footage reveals bullying at school

A school has spoken out after a shocking video emerged of a pupil being bullied - as others looked on.

Countess of Wessex meets volunteers who saved village shop

Countess of Wessex meets volunteers who saved village shop

The Countess of Wessex chatted over tea and cake with volunteers who saved a village shop from closure

Woman suffers facial injury after egging

Woman suffers facial injury after egging

Police are hunting for the thugs who threw an egg from a car window, which caused a woman serious face injuries.

Fire crews tackle bedroom blaze

Fire crews tackle bedroom blaze

A blaze that set a bedroom alight is thought to have been caused by a faulty electrical socket

Firm admits liability over mum's death in boat tragedy

Firm admits liability over mum's death in boat tragedy

A travel firm has finally admitted liability for the death of a mother in a boating tragedy in Brazil.

This rocking horse is worth almost £100,000

This rocking horse is worth almost £100,000

Why this rocking horse is on sale for a staggering £96,000.

'Dear Anon, your petty opinions mean nothing'

'Dear Anon, your petty opinions mean nothing'

A pub landlady has hit back at a malicious letter-writer with a message of her own.

Vintage Land Rover stolen from station car park

Vintage Land Rover stolen from station car park

The owner of a stolen vintage Land Rover is appealing for people to help him find the vehicle he's had since a teenager.

Theives steal £2,000 worth of tools from locked van

Theives steal £2,000 worth of tools from locked van

Shocking CCTV shows two men help themselves to more than £2,000 worth of tools from a locked van parked on a driveway.

Driver tells pupils with chips 'you can't get on my bus!'

Driver tells pupils with chips 'you can't get on my bus!'

A mum says a bus driver left children stranded outside a school - and their only crime was carrying bags of chips.

Power and phone out after tree crashes to ground

Power and phone out after tree crashes to ground

A fallen tree has left phone and power lines damaged but engineers are on site fixing the problem.

Yobs told to own up and apologise after gym rampage

Yobs told to own up and apologise after gym rampage

A group of teenage boys who broke into a gym, damaged equipment used at London 2012 and scrawled penises on tables have been urged to come forward.

Truck destroyed in suspected arson attack

Truck destroyed in suspected arson attack

A Ford pick-up was completely destroyed in the early hours of this morning in a suspected arson attack.

'Runaway' car crashes into school grounds

'Runaway' car crashes into school grounds

Witnesses have described how a 'runaway' car crashed through a fence into school grounds on the first day of term.

Firefighters tackle caravan blaze

Firefighters tackle caravan blaze

A caravan has caught fire in a Kent village.

Woman dies after leisure centre swim with daughter

Woman dies after leisure centre swim with daughter

A woman has died after becoming unwell during a swim at a leisure centre with her daughter.

Hunt for burglars with 'distinctive' faces

Hunt for burglars with 'distinctive' faces

Police are appealing for help tracing two crooks who targeted a couple in their home in a distraction burglary.

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