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Georgian-style wine bar set for summer opening

Georgian-style wine bar set for summer opening

15 May 2022

Twin brothers restoring a listed building into a Georgian-style bistro with a light-up pink bar are planning for a summer opening.

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'Rural delight' crowned Kent's top restaurant

'Rural delight' crowned Kent's top restaurant

13 May 2022

The winners of a leading food and drink awards in the county were revealed last night - highlighting the county's cream of the crop.

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Inside the former bank set to become a pub

Inside the former bank set to become a pub

12 May 2022

The owners of a successful pub plan to take over an empty bank to open a second much bigger premises.

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Cycling cafe set to open in summer as work starts

Cycling cafe set to open in summer as work starts

11 May 2022

A new cycling cafe made from shipping containers could open this summer as work on the site has started.

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Costa, Kaspa's and Lazy Jacks set for centre

Costa, Kaspa's and Lazy Jacks set for centre

10 May 2022

A coffee shop and desserts eatery are to open at a popular shopping centre.

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Cross-Channel operator traffic soars due to P&O crisis

Cross-Channel operator traffic soars due to P&O crisis

10 May 2022

As P&O Ferries limps back into service, a rival saw traffic figures rocket last month.

The 7 new restaurants opening in busy high street

The 7 new restaurants opening in busy high street

10 May 2022

There is a "greater shift towards leisure" according to council bosses as plans for several new restaurants are planned for a popular shopping spot.

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'We need emergency budget now'

'We need emergency budget now'

09 May 2022

A leading business organisation in the county has joined a call for the Chancellor to hold an emergency budget to ease the cost of living crisis.

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Hoteliers accused of swindling nearly £500k

Hoteliers accused of swindling nearly £500k

05 May 2022

The former owners of one of Kent's most famous hotels have appeared in court accused of taking almost £500k in taxpayers' money.

Two new restaurants launch in town centre

Two new restaurants launch in town centre

04 May 2022

The choice of where to eat in one Kent town is about to get a lot harder as two new eateries open.

First look at new walk-through trains as Elizabeth line gets ready to open

First look at new walk-through trains as Elizabeth line gets ready to open

04 May 2022

After years of delays London's new 'purple' transport line will open later this month with new trains and station upgrades for passengers.

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Bubble tea shop coming to town

Bubble tea shop coming to town

03 May 2022

A new family-run bubble tea shop has offered a sneak peek at some of its exclusive drinks ahead of its launch in a town centre.

Firms to hike prices due to increasing costs

Firms to hike prices due to increasing costs

03 May 2022

It won't come as a surprise to many, but the majority of Kent firms polled recently said increased costs would be passed onto their customers.

Pub feared lost forever reopens after three years of closure

Pub feared lost forever reopens after three years of closure

02 May 2022

A pub that had been closed for three years has finally reopened – as its new landlords vow to establish it as a valued village boozer.

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Lakeside coffee venture honours 'king of the carps'

Lakeside coffee venture honours 'king of the carps'

29 April 2022

Two pals are to open a new coffee business in a converted horsebox - named in honour of a giant fish which was loved by anglers.

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Bosses urged to 'sleep under stars' for charity

Bosses urged to 'sleep under stars' for charity

28 April 2022

Business leaders in the county are being urged to sign-up to a charity event next month designed to raise money and awareness for homeless charities.

MegaGrowth 50 bounces back for 2022

MegaGrowth 50 bounces back for 2022

27 April 2022

A list of the fastest growing companies in the county is making a return for its 19th outing.

Major event's £25m expectations

Major event's £25m expectations

27 April 2022

After a two-year break due to the pandemic, the largest regional business event returns to the county in May.

Hotel stays at shelved London Resort selling for £370k

Hotel stays at shelved London Resort selling for £370k

27 April 2022

Rooms inside a luxury hotel are still being sold to potential investors as part of a multi-billion pound theme park proposal despite plans stalling.

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P&O Channel crossings from Dover to resume

P&O Channel crossings from Dover to resume

25 April 2022

P&O Ferries journeys from Kent are expected to start again on Wednesday following the suspension of its services after it sacked 800 staff.

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