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Tornado-type funnel cloud spotted over Kent

Tornado-type funnel cloud spotted over Kent

A dramatic funnel cloud has been filmed twisting over Kent.

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Line-up announced for Music on the Farm

Line-up announced for Music on the Farm

A music festival returns to the Kent countryside with a strong line-up promising a great day out for families.

New format for out-of-lockdown exhibitions

New format for out-of-lockdown exhibitions

Marsh views seen on the way home merge under one roof with specially loaned work from the estates of two late artists on display at one Kent gallery.

Air cadets call for help with kitchen - DIY SOS style

Air cadets call for help with kitchen - DIY SOS style

Its been a traumatic time for Deal Air Cadets - they've faced closure, missed training because of Covid and now their building is in need of repair.

Line-up revealed for Deal Festival

Line-up revealed for Deal Festival

A popular 16-day music and arts festival will celebrate women in the arts as it returns to Kent post-lockdown.

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Flower displays put out in 'message of hope'

Flower displays put out in 'message of hope'

A group would usually mark National Flower Arranging Day by putting displays in public places. This year they altered their approach.

Women's group's gesture for Julia

Women's group's gesture for Julia

An organisation highlighting the safety of women have also placed tributes for PCSO Julia James as her murder case continues.

Lockdown hero badges awarded to school kids

Lockdown hero badges awarded to school kids

A school's PTFA has shelled out on shiny keepsakes to celebrate the achievements of its pupils through the pandemic.

Centenarian recalls Arctic Convoy missions ahead of 100th birthday

Centenarian recalls Arctic Convoy missions ahead of 100th birthday

A former Royal Navy veteran donned his war medals as he celebrated his milestone 100th birthday with family.

New underground gallery has the wow factor

New underground gallery has the wow factor

Owners of a gallery hope the subterranean art space with sculpture tunnel and film room will be yet another draw to a popular seaside town.

New date for Kent Mining Musuem opening

New date for Kent Mining Musuem opening

Work is set to resume on the stalled Kent Mining Museum project on the grounds of a former coal mine thanks to £1.2m from the National Lottery.

Fundraising fit for a hero

Fundraising fit for a hero

A restaurant is joining a campaign for charity on what would be Captain Sir Tom Moore's 101st birthday.

Bicycle and e-scooter stolen

Bicycle and e-scooter stolen

Police need the public's help to find items that were stolen in a burglary at business premises.

The street that stepped into the '70s

The street that stepped into the '70s

From shop signs to new music venues, a busy shopping street has been transformed for filming today on Danny Boyle's Sex Pistols TV series.

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Death of beloved dog re-ignites calls for traffic calming

Death of beloved dog re-ignites calls for traffic calming

The owners of a dog killed by a car are trying to turn their torment to a positive and have joined calls for traffic calming measures on the road

Appeal to help fight airfield plans

Appeal to help fight airfield plans

People opposing plans for an airfield in their village are appealing for money to help their fight.

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Appeal to help fight airfield plans

Appeal to help fight airfield plans

People opposing plans for an airfield in their village are appealing for money to help their fight.

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Castle's new oaks in response to Notre Dam plea

Castle's new oaks in response to Notre Dam plea

Two oak trees have been planted at a Kent castle after a council realised there was a shortage in Britain and wanted to do something about it

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CCTV released after violent assault near cricket club

CCTV released after violent assault near cricket club

Images have been issued by officers investigating unprovoked assaults, which left one man suffering "significant" injuries.

Jill's tasty lunch for Intensive Care nurses

Jill's tasty lunch for Intensive Care nurses

An award winning pastry chef made sure there was no reason for staff to skip a meal break at a Kent hospital's Intensive Care Unit

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