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Lilywhites' boss wins the fight for Cameron's signature

Lilywhites' boss wins the fight for Cameron's signature

Faversham Town boss James Collins has made his ninth signing of the summer - and he had to fight off others to do it.

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Young man arrested after reported assault at train station

Young man arrested after reported assault at train station

Police have arrested a man on suspicion of common assault at a town railway station.

32-mile detour as major road to shut for month

32-mile detour as major road to shut for month

A key road used by thousands of motorists will be shut for 25 days to allow for lengthy gas works.

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Busy boss looking forward to seeing new-look side in action

Busy boss looking forward to seeing new-look side in action

Faversham boss James Collins can't wait to unleash his new side when they begin their upcoming Isthmian South East campaign.

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Helicopter search for 'distressed' man

Helicopter search for 'distressed' man

A police helicopter was scrambled to a town to help locate a "distressed" man.

Legal challenge 'can't stop UK's biggest solar farm'

Legal challenge 'can't stop UK's biggest solar farm'

The controversial decision to approve a huge solar farm with 880,000 panels will not be legally challenged, a disappointed council has revealed.

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Police warning after scammers target vulnerable

Police warning after scammers target vulnerable

Fraud detectives are warning people to beware of criminals who are using police phone numbers to target vulnerable people.

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Lilywhites boss adds a midfielder

Lilywhites boss adds a midfielder

Manager James Collins has added a set-piece specialist to his Faversham Town squad.

Former Scout leader plotted to rape child

Former Scout leader plotted to rape child

A pervert has been been locked up for almost a decade after plotting to rape a child.

Loynes hoping for big season ahead

Loynes hoping for big season ahead

Tom Loynes is hoping to get back to his best with Faversham Town and has set himself some big targets.

'I arrived as pandemic was peaking and volunteers fled'

'I arrived as pandemic was peaking and volunteers fled'

As Covid-19 cases soared and volunteers left Calais “en masse”, a 21-year-old woman from Kent was just on her way to the migrant camps...

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'Premier Inn signs will ruin image of historic town'

'Premier Inn signs will ruin image of historic town'

Residents fear Premier Inn’s plans to install illuminated signs at a new hotel will destroy the image of a historic market town.

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Football club launch giant beer garden

Football club launch giant beer garden

A football club hit with financial losses during the Covid19 pandemic have transformed their home ground into Kent's 'biggest beer garden'.

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Struggle to sell Kentish cherries in wake of pandemic

Struggle to sell Kentish cherries in wake of pandemic

A Kent fruit grower struggling to sell produce is urging people to shop local for cherries rather than at supermarkets.

New striker wants to excite the fans

New striker wants to excite the fans

Goals, goals, goals - that’s the aim for Faversham Town’s new signing.

Town-wide 20mph limit given go-ahead

Town-wide 20mph limit given go-ahead

A blanket 20mph speed limit will be enforced on roads across a Kent town for six months, council bosses have revealed.

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'I woke up from coma and didn't know who I was'

'I woke up from coma and didn't know who I was'

A woman has spoken of her battle with a sudden, life-changing illness that has 'completely wiped' her memory of the last five years.

Man taken to hospital after street attack

Man taken to hospital after street attack

A man was taken to hospital after he was assaulted in a street.

Hugely popular outdoor pool to stay closed all summer

Hugely popular outdoor pool to stay closed all summer

A beloved outdoor swimming pool will remain shut until next year - as bosses say reopening with social distancing in place is not financially viable.

Student nurse says MP's claims are 'slap in the face'

Student nurse says MP's claims are 'slap in the face'

The student nurse at the centre of a Kent MP's controversial claims she was "not providing a service" has spoken out.

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