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Local plumbing merchants marks 20 years of successful trading

17 May 2022
Local plumbing merchants marks 20 years of successful trading

Deal-based TKM Plumbers Merchants has unveiled some exciting innovations, including a brand-new showroom and a new branch in Dover.

Soldier found dead near the White Cliffs

30 April 2022
Soldier found dead near the White Cliffs

A soldier has been found dead near one of Britain's most famous landmarks, authorities have confirmed.

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Get your confidence back!

13 April 2022
Get your confidence back!

Clinical Denture Centre offers new dentures, repairs, help and advice, and more.

Untapping your interior’s true potential

01 February 2022
Untapping your interior’s true potential

Interior design has a significant effect on our emotions and wellbeing. Is your home space happy and comfortable?

Retired editor's gong for 'outstanding contribution to walking’

10 November 2020
Retired editor's gong for 'outstanding contribution to walking’

A former KM Group editor is one of two people to have received an award for his ‘outstanding contribution to walking’.

Mark December 1 for the EKM Calendar!

22 September 2020
Mark December 1 for the EKM Calendar!

On the lookout for some yearly advertising? Check out these brilliant opportunities in our upcoming free calendar!

Gnome alone performers

19 March 2020
Gnome alone performers

As many of us are ordered to stay at home two girls have highlighted the lighter side of social isolation.

Ale's well for rugby club's beer festival

12 August 2019
Ale's well for rugby club's beer festival

The ninth annual beer festival at a sports club will see 10 craft beers, gins and live rugby on the menu

Seating plan reveals family hierarchy in church

11 July 2019
Seating plan reveals family hierarchy in church

Documents found in a church have revealed information about its parishioners and their standing in the community

Unloved shop front transformed into art showroom

09 May 2019
Unloved shop front transformed into art showroom

An explosion of artwork - including furniture and copper sculptures - has gone on display in the freshly revamped frontage of a tyre fitting garage

Forties fun arrives this weekend

03 May 2019
Forties fun arrives this weekend

Swing by to dance the jitterbug and enjoy food made from war time rations at the Sandwich Salutes the 40s weekend

Have a hit at tennis club open day

01 May 2019
Have a hit at tennis club open day

Beginners and returning tennis players can ace their drop shots on the court at tennis club open day

Local acts to perform in vibrant charity music festival

13 April 2019
Local acts to perform in vibrant charity music festival

The Music on the Farm festival is set for June as organisers hope to raise money for Martha Trust.

Colourful blooms at horticultural show

10 April 2019
Colourful blooms at horticultural show

A riot of colour filled a village hall when members of a horticultural society exhibited their blooms in a spring show.

William Turk and his clock

17 March 2019
William Turk and his clock

A clock, hanging over a Kent shop, has featured in the history of five businesses after it was made by a Dover watchmaker

Transforming dirty town by creating promenade

10 March 2019
Transforming dirty town by creating promenade

When a writer called a town 'villainous', 'filthy' and 'upon the perish' something had to be done to make the most of its best asset: the seafront

Much loved midwife dies

11 January 2019
Much loved midwife dies

A Kent midwife who travelled around Thanet on her bike to deliver babies and who toured the Queen around her birthing ward, has been remembered

'Breakfast in Deal, lunch and tea in France and then back to Deal for supper!'

23 November 2018
'Breakfast in Deal, lunch and tea in France and then back to Deal for supper!'

The Queen of the Channel was just one of the vessels used to take holidaymakers on a holiday to the continent.

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Don't miss our special My Dad supplement

31 May 2018
Don't miss our special My Dad supplement

Are you one of the 23,000 Kent fathers who will be appearing in our My Dad specials?

Former water tower could be turned into home

02 March 2018
Former water tower could be turned into home

A historic structure is expected to fetch more than £80,000 as it goes under the hammer at auction.

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