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May lands league move

May lands league move

Doncaster win the race to sign Hythe striker Alfie May.

Grant focused on promotion

Grant focused on promotion

After a goalscoring start to life at Hythe, striker Dean Grant hopes his goals can help fire the Cannons to promotion.

A May to remember

A May to remember

Hythe boss Clive Cook admits he is not sure how best to bid farewell to Football League-bound striker Alfie May on Saturday.

Fire crews rescue trapped pensioner

Fire crews rescue trapped pensioner

Fire crews led an elderly man to safety after he became trapped by a fire in his home

Road closed after crash

Road closed after crash

A rural road has closed after a crash which has caused delays to a bus service and potential inconvenience to train passengers arriving a station.

Javan langurs flown back to natural habitat

Javan langurs flown back to natural habitat

A total of 15 Javan langurs have been returned to their natural Indonesian habitat from a Kent animal reserve in a bid to prevent their extinction.

Grant swaps one Town for another

Grant swaps one Town for another

Clive Cook’s preparations for life after Alfie May have gathered pace with the capture of striker Dean Grant from rivals Faversham.

Pool reopening date announced after storm damage

Pool reopening date announced after storm damage

A swimming pool which was damaged and has been closed since Storm Angus hit a month ago is due to reopen as work starts to repair the roof.

Cook plans for life after May

Cook plans for life after May

Clive Cook admits he is already preparing for life after Alfie May, whom he expects will only have three more games in a Hythe shirt.

Baby giraffe's birth an early Christmas present

Baby giraffe's birth an early Christmas present

Keepers at an animal park in Kent say the arrival of a baby giraffe is like Christmas coming early.

Cook looking to clip Wings

Cook looking to clip Wings

Clive Cook says Hythe are capable of springing another shock and continuing their FA Trophy run when they visit Welling in the first round on Saturday

Membership bills suspended after roof collapse

Membership bills suspended after roof collapse

A public swimming pool is running into its third week of closure after Storm Angus claimed a part of its roof, and it is not known when it'll re-open.

VIDEO: Protesters march on council over 'destructive development'

VIDEO: Protesters march on council over 'destructive development'

Hundreds of people marched on council offices today to protest at a tide of new development planned in the area.

Bank to pull out of town centre

Bank to pull out of town centre

A national bank has today confirmed it will be axing its services from a town after a decrease in people using its branch.

Retirement homes plans rejected

Retirement homes plans rejected

Proposals to knock down a bed and breakfast and replace it with a block of 20 sheltered homes has been unanimously refused.

Pressure all on Trophy rivals, says Cook

Pressure all on Trophy rivals, says Cook

Now Hythe have put their ‘atrocious’ league run behind them Clive Cook hopes they can enjoy their bumper FA Trophy tie against Bishop’s Stortford.

Pool closed for second time in seven weeks

Pool closed for second time in seven weeks

A newly fitted roof on a public swimming pool's building has been torn apart after the county's first winter storm.

Swimming pool loses roof in winds

Swimming pool loses roof in winds

People are being warned to stay indoors after strong winds ripped a large part of a swimming pool's roof off.

Rovers eye May

Rovers eye May

Hythe hotshot Alfie May heads to a League 2 club on trial - with praise from his current boss

Cook ready to face familiar foe

Cook ready to face familiar foe

Hythe boss Clive Cook says he is not fazed by Town’s downturn in fortunes, though he hopes they can get back to winning ways against Walton Casuals.

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