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Portrait of a hero

Portrait of a hero

An artist is auctioning online a picture of Captain Sir Tom Moore for a hospitals charity after one ward cared for his ailing father.

All-day parking ban at castle

All-day parking ban at castle

English Heritage members can no longer use a castle as a free all-day town centre car park.

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Human remains found as PC arrested held on suspicion of murder

Human remains found as PC arrested held on suspicion of murder

Human remains have been found in the search for Sarah Everard as a PC arrested on suspicion of her kidnap and murder continues to be questioned.

'I felt like I was being burgled right in front of my face'

'I felt like I was being burgled right in front of my face'

A boutique owner has sent a stark warning to other shops after her company's Instagram account was hacked and held to ransom.

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Motorcyclist hurt in crash

Motorcyclist hurt in crash

A biker had to be taken to hospital after a crash which led to a road being blocked.

Busy High Street to be pedestrianised again

Busy High Street to be pedestrianised again

Cars won't be allowed along a popular High Street during Saturdays for the forseeable future as more people begin venturing into the shopping area

Town seeks support to gain Walkers are Welcome status

Town seeks support to gain Walkers are Welcome status

A group wanting to renew its town's tourism status as a place that welcomes walkers is appealing for support to make it happen

Man dies after being hit by train

Man dies after being hit by train

A man has died after emergency services were called to an incident on a railway line.

Hygge book is a 'love letter' to hometown

Hygge book is a 'love letter' to hometown

A woman has used the slower pace of lockdown to produce a book that encourages love of her Kent hometown.

Mr Prosecco pitches up VW Camper as Deal Deli at market

Mr Prosecco pitches up VW Camper as Deal Deli at market

A businessman whose pop-up prosecco bar made use of a closed paddling pool has now pulled up at a market selling Italian wares

Deal await confirmation of FA Vase restart

Deal await confirmation of FA Vase restart

Deal Town face a waiting game to see if they are to return to action in the FA Vase.

Crazy golf plan passed

Crazy golf plan passed

A new tourist attraction on a promenade was cleared by six to four votes by a district council's planning committee at a remote meeting last night.

Turtle doves and rare plants hold up homes decision

Turtle doves and rare plants hold up homes decision

A decision over plans for 210 new homes has been stalled over concerns for rare birds and plants at the site.

Thousands say 'no' to new homes

Thousands say 'no' to new homes

A total of 3,000 people have put their names to a petition against a scheme for 210 homes and councillors will discuss the application tomorrow.

Freddie's 100k 'walkies' challenge - one day at a time

Freddie's 100k 'walkies' challenge - one day at a time

A little boy embraced a charity walking challenge and used the opportunity to help his mum with her dog-walking business.

Awards for hardworking young market heroes

Awards for hardworking young market heroes

Dedication to customer services has paid off for two young market workers who have received a top award in the sector

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Crazy golf plans to be decided

Crazy golf plans to be decided

Councillors are set to approve plans to create an 18-hole adventure golf course next to a seaside paddling pool.

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Teaching assistant's cancer walking challenge with dog Teddy

Teaching assistant's cancer walking challenge with dog Teddy

An inspiring teaching assistant who has twice had cancer is donning her walking boots for a charity's Walk All Over Cancer fundraising campaign.

Grant cash still up for grabs

Grant cash still up for grabs

Emergency and recovery grants of up to £2,000 are available from a town council for organisations hit by the coronavirus emergency.

Fundraiser taking on 15-hour swim

Fundraiser taking on 15-hour swim

A woman who has swum the Channel will this year take on another gruelling sea venture to raise money for the Kent charity she once worked for.

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