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Man charged with assault and possession of blade after disturbance

Man charged with assault and possession of blade after disturbance

A 49-year-old man has been charged with three counts after a disturbance.

Meals on the Hill will feed less well off

Meals on the Hill will feed less well off

When Covid started to bite communities, a welfare club banded together to form a group that will feed people who are struggling financially

Gallery's comeback exhibition opens today

Gallery's comeback exhibition opens today

A comeback exhibition is hoped to draw in socially distanced crowds as a Kent art gallery reopens its doors today.

Residents' concerns after three crashes in three days

Residents' concerns after three crashes in three days

A resident is calling for speed traps in her road after three accidents in three days.

Cash strapped theatre needs urgent funding

Cash strapped theatre needs urgent funding

A theatre boss who asked a council for emergency funding says 'this is serious - we're in danger of closing'

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The grandparents who promised to build their grandaughter a park

The grandparents who promised to build their grandaughter a park

When a couple asked the local council to install play equipment at their local park they were told they could do it themselves, so they did.

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Flats and retail plans at bike shop

Flats and retail plans at bike shop

The owner of a motorbike shop has plans to renew the site for residential and retail use as he winds down for retirement.

Police join hunt for migrants at beach

Police join hunt for migrants at beach

Police and Border Force have been searching for suspected migrants in the streets near a beach this morning.

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Therapist thanks key workers by topping up treatment vouchers

Therapist thanks key workers by topping up treatment vouchers

A therapist has topped up the value of any vouchers bought for key workers during lockdown as a gesture of thanks for their efforts.

Zebra crossing plans announced for 'accident blackspot'

Zebra crossing plans announced for 'accident blackspot'

A new crossing at the site of an 'accident black spot' is the latest attempt to slow down traffic on a main road.

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"Wonderful fire service was there in minutes"

"Wonderful fire service was there in minutes"

An early morning walker has praised fire crews from Kent Fire and Rescue Service after seeing a recycling bin alight

The historic sites preparing to welcome visitors again

The historic sites preparing to welcome visitors again

Dover Castle and Walmer Castle and Gardens will be among 40 historic properties run by English Heritage to reopen in July.

Eyelash technician gets to work at Port Lympne

Eyelash technician gets to work at Port Lympne

Having temporarily ditched the eyelash glue, a beautician has turned her hand to sanding down railings, jet washing and painting at Port Lympne.

DiscoBoy prankster brings 'social discoing' to beach promenade

DiscoBoy prankster brings 'social discoing' to beach promenade

A pub landlord was among those who joined in an impromptu promenade party hosted by internet sensation DiscoBoy.

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'It's a joy to offer people the opportunity to bring their prayers before God'

'It's a joy to offer people the opportunity to bring their prayers before God'

News that private prayers and funerals are now allowed in churches has been welcomed by a Kent vicar

Orchestra's stunning online recital

Orchestra's stunning online recital

They haven't been able to perform together but this Kent string orchestra found they could still delight an ever expanding audience from home.

Veterans lay wreath to honour Dame Vera Lynn

Veterans lay wreath to honour Dame Vera Lynn

A veterans' association for ex-servicemen and women has paid tribute to Dame Vera Lynn.

Public pool converted into prosecco bar

Public pool converted into prosecco bar

In an innovative move to help get businesses back up and running, a council has granted permission for a prosecco bar to take over a paddling pool.

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Thousands raised in memory of man hit by car

Thousands raised in memory of man hit by car

Friends of a man who died after being hit by a car have raised almost £3,000 towards his funeral.

Art raffle will support struggling theatre

Art raffle will support struggling theatre

Colourful and original paintings can be won in a series of 12 weekly raffles to raise money for a theatre struggling to open under covid rules

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