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Magna Carta leaves Kent for first time in 700 years

Magna Carta leaves Kent for first time in 700 years

The Sandwich edition of the medieval document was discovered in archives six years ago and now it's on its travels.

I spent The Open week living in luxury at Sandwich Technology School

I spent The Open week living in luxury at Sandwich Technology School

Golfer Jonathan Thomson has given a fascinating insight to life behind the scenes during The Open at Royal St George's.

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Air ambulance joins emergency response

Air ambulance joins emergency response

The helicopter landed near a railway station after being scrambled to help with an emergency.

Vaccine centre at The Open dishes out 1,600-plus jabs

Vaccine centre at The Open dishes out 1,600-plus jabs

The smiling face of Phil Myers shows he was 'honoured' to be the 1,000th person to be jabbed at the golf.

Was The Open the best or worst thing to happen to Sandwich?

Was The Open the best or worst thing to happen to Sandwich?

Long hailed as a driver for tourism, we look at how The Open has affected Sandwich.

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Car transporter stuck in medieval streets

Car transporter stuck in medieval streets

Worried shop owners looked on as a heavy goods vehicle got stuck in the narrow streets of a medieval town centre.

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The best pictures from The Open

The best pictures from The Open

Check out Barry Goodwin's best pictures from The Open at Royal St George’s in Sandwich.

'They are some of the best fans I've ever seen'

'They are some of the best fans I've ever seen'

Open champion Collin Morikawa heaped praise on the fans at Royal St George's in Sandwich.

Collin Morikawa reveals burger diet helped him win The Open

Collin Morikawa reveals burger diet helped him win The Open

Open champion Collin Morikawa has revealed the secret to his success at Royal St George’s – a diet of burgers!

Collin Morikawa wins The Open at Sandwich

Collin Morikawa wins The Open at Sandwich

Ice-cool Collin Morikawa produced a scintillating final round to win The Open at Royal St George’s on Sunday.

Rory: I made too many mistakes

Rory: I made too many mistakes

Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy was left to reflect on what might have been at The Open in Sandwich.

Bryson: I’ll never figure The Open out

Bryson: I’ll never figure The Open out

Bryson DeChambeau produced his best golf of The Open on day four – but admitted he might never figure out playing in the Championship.

The Open: Jordan Spieth falters as Louis retains lead in the sunshine

The Open: Jordan Spieth falters as Louis retains lead in the sunshine

Jordan Spieth lost ground after a dramatic end to his third round at The Open on Saturday.

The Open: Rory's roar dampens on day three

The Open: Rory's roar dampens on day three

Rory McIlroy threatened to make up serious ground on the leaders in The Open at Royal St George's on Saturday.

The Open: Collin Morikawa closes in on leader Louis Oosthuizen

The Open: Collin Morikawa closes in on leader Louis Oosthuizen

American Collin Morikawa made full use of his early start to turn up the heat on day two of The Open at Royal St George’s.

The Open: Traffic chaos on first day included broken down bus

The Open: Traffic chaos on first day included broken down bus

Tired spectators at The Open were stuck in gridlock after the first day of action last night which was added to by a broken down bus.

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One Direction star in Kent

One Direction star in Kent

One Direction singer Niall Horan was seen at the world famous 149th Open golf championships today.

Perfect round for Open leader Oosthuizen

Perfect round for Open leader Oosthuizen

Day one leader Louis Oosthuizen said his opening round 64 was 'perfect'.

The Open: Louis Oosthuizen leads on day one at six under par

The Open: Louis Oosthuizen leads on day one at six under par

Former Open champion Louis Oosthuizen set the pace on day one at Royal St George's on Thursday.

Golf workers' £8,000 boost for hospital

Golf workers' £8,000 boost for hospital

Caddies at the venue for the 149th Open have raised £8,000 for a hospital.

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