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Always wanted to run your own pub? Here are seven to pick from

Always wanted to run your own pub? Here are seven to pick from

14 June 2022

From countryside pubs to dining destinations, we’ve got seven wonderful watering holes up for sale that could be yours.

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Mexican restaurant comes to town

Mexican restaurant comes to town

10 June 2022

The owner of a tapas restaurant chain who resorted to selling staple food from a pop-up shop during the pandemic has opened a Mexican.

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Secret buyer snaps up golf club

Secret buyer snaps up golf club

09 June 2022

A golf course in the county has been sold to a private buyer who has vowed to prevent it from being developed for housing.

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Brewer signs deals with two major events

Brewer signs deals with two major events

09 June 2022

A brewery has signed partnership deals with a leading music festival and one of the world's biggest sporting events - both taking place this summer.

Live music and food stalls planned for marina

Live music and food stalls planned for marina

31 May 2022

Food trucks and live music are planned for a new marina in Kent, which will also see boats berthed there following problems with its design.

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Is this Kent's longest-serving pub landlord?

Is this Kent's longest-serving pub landlord?

29 May 2022

A pub landlord affectionately known as 'The Captain' has called time after 44 years manning the bar.

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Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud warns ABTA

Holidaymakers at increased risk of fraud warns ABTA

27 May 2022

Scammers are finding new ways to target holidaymakers as the demand for breaks and travel increases.

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Show cancelled for third successive year

Show cancelled for third successive year

26 May 2022

Health and safety concerns have put an end to plans to hold a military-themed show once again.

BrewDog bar confirmed for £115m complex

BrewDog bar confirmed for £115m complex

26 May 2022

International pub chain BrewDog is preparing to open one of its "iconic bars" at a new £115 million leisure complex, it has been confirmed.

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Princes Parade designs revealed

Princes Parade designs revealed

25 May 2022

Architects behind a controversial 150-home seaside development have released the firm artist's impressions of the scheme.

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Entire wine-making company up for sale

Entire wine-making company up for sale

24 May 2022

A rare chance to buy an award-winning winery, vineyard and production facilities is up for grabs.

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Confidence rising despite challenges

Confidence rising despite challenges

23 May 2022

The latest results of a business confidence survey reveals encouraging signs, despite growing economic concerns.

Pride of Kent resumes services across Channel

Pride of Kent resumes services across Channel

20 May 2022

A second P&O ship has resumed services between Kent and Calais, after initially failing three safety inspections.

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Seafront car ban to create new public plaza moves step closer

Seafront car ban to create new public plaza moves step closer

19 May 2022

Funding has been secured for a project to ban cars from a stretch of aseafront and create a new plaza “akin to the feel of a Spanish seaside resort”.

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Looming recession 'could kill off local businesses'

Looming recession 'could kill off local businesses'

18 May 2022

Soaring inflation could usher in a recession later this year - and the fear many firms may not survive it, warns a Kent business expert.

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£9m leisure complex plans for BHS store scrapped

£9m leisure complex plans for BHS store scrapped

18 May 2022

Plans for a multi-million pound leisure complex at a former BHS store which would include a go kart track, cinema and bowling have been scrapped.

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Historic bus waiting room transformed into coffee and cocktail bar

Historic bus waiting room transformed into coffee and cocktail bar

18 May 2022

A 100-year-old former bus waiting room will open as a coffee bar, serving hot drinks in the day and wine and cocktails in the evening.

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Pub plan for Barclays bank moves forward

Pub plan for Barclays bank moves forward

17 May 2022

Plans to transform a former high street bank into a pub and restaurant are one step closer.

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Deadline looms for Medway awards

Deadline looms for Medway awards

17 May 2022

A leading business event for Medway is urging firms to enter now as the clock ticks down to the deadline for entries.

'How can any business afford an extra £1k per month?'

'How can any business afford an extra £1k per month?'

17 May 2022

The cost of living crisis has claimed another victim after spiralling expenses saw a businesswoman call time on her much-loved tea room.

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