The Kentish Gazette is the second oldest newsbrand in the country. In 1942 its offices in St George's Street, Canterbury were bombed along with most of that part of the city in a devastating Luftwaffe attack. Amazingly that week's paper came out with a full report of the bombing.
The Kentish Gazette group of newspapers include the Whitstable Gazette, Herne Bay Gazette and Faversham News.
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