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Gallery's expansion plans will reveal Grade II listed wine vaults

Gallery's expansion plans will reveal Grade II listed wine vaults

Plans for an art gallery to expand its studio to reveal Grade II listed wine vaults have received overwhelming support.

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Nursery worker paralysed abroad takes first assisted steps

Nursery worker paralysed abroad takes first assisted steps

A woman left paralysed from a virus while working abroad has described feeling "overwhelmed" after taking her first assisted steps on a treadmill.

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New parish office plans require 11% precept rise

New parish office plans require 11% precept rise

A new office for council staff would be an investment for residents at the cost of an increase in tax, it has been warned.

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£17k grant will pay for specialist beds at Martha Trust

£17k grant will pay for specialist beds at Martha Trust

A generous five-figure grant will pay for 14 new specialist beds to accommodate the needs of disabled residents living at Martha Trust.

'Don't shrug it off, go and see your doctor'

'Don't shrug it off, go and see your doctor'

A mum living with incurable breast cancer is advising women not to "shrug off" abnormalities this October Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

MP wife of 'naughty Tory' paid £25k to 'tell-all'

MP wife of 'naughty Tory' paid £25k to 'tell-all'

After her husband was convicted of sex attacks, MP Natalie Elphicke revealed all in two articles in The Sun - for which she received payment of £25k.

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Recycled uniform project to continue following 'huge' demand

Recycled uniform project to continue following 'huge' demand

A charity's uniform recycling project has been so successful, its founder has pledged to continue it throughout the year.

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Teacher wins gong for commitment to pupils

Teacher wins gong for commitment to pupils

There were socially distanced elbow bumps at a surprise tea party for a teacher who won an award for her outstanding achievements in the classroom

Boxing Day Dip cancelled

Boxing Day Dip cancelled

There will be no crazy charging across the shingle this year, with organisers blaming Covid uncertainty for having to pull a festive tradition.

Council put on the spot about motorhome parking

Council put on the spot about motorhome parking

Pressure is mounting for a council to find a suitable overnight parking spot for motorhomes after residents fight to have them banned.

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Your chance to win photo competition

Your chance to win photo competition

The Mercury Photo Competition has returned with the winning entry to go on the front page of the popular Mercury calendar.

Runners gear up for virtual London Marathon

Runners gear up for virtual London Marathon

Four runners will be raising money for Martha Trust as they take part in the virtual 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday.

Air ambulance lands at park in response to 'medical incident'

Air ambulance lands at park in response to 'medical incident'

Emergency services were called to a park to help deal with a medical incident.

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Lifeboat volunteer follows in father’s footsteps

Lifeboat volunteer follows in father’s footsteps

A lifeboat volunteer who followed in his father's footsteps has been awarded for his 20 years of service.

Five-year fight to ban motorhomes parking on seafront

Five-year fight to ban motorhomes parking on seafront

Residents are just one nod away from winning a five-year fight to stop motorhomes from parking overnight along a seafront road.

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Two arrests following attempted 'child abduction' outside school

Two arrests following attempted 'child abduction' outside school

Police have arrested two people but no charges have been brought following an attempted 'child abduction' near a primary school.

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Memories 'undimmed' at 31st anniversary service of IRA bombing

Memories 'undimmed' at 31st anniversary service of IRA bombing

Memories of an IRA bombing which killed 11 Royal Marine musicians were "undimmed" by a smaller, socially distanced remembrance service.

'We remained apart but together made a difference'

'We remained apart but together made a difference'

More than £5,000 and counting has been raised in a socially distanced sponsored walk for Breast Cancer Now.

Protesters say combination of coronavirus and Brexit is 'catastrophic'

Protesters say combination of coronavirus and Brexit is 'catastrophic'

An anti-Brexit campaigner will descended on a Kent town to highlight reasons why he believes the country must suspend its exit from the EU.

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Out of control bonfire spread to trees and shed

Out of control bonfire spread to trees and shed

Crews in two engines were required to tackle an out of control bonfire which spread to trees and a shed.

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