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Sheppey’s “phenomenal” support just keeps growing

Sheppey’s “phenomenal” support just keeps growing

Sheppey United attracted their biggest crowd of the season on Saturday as supporters took advantage of the club’s generous offer.

Dispersal order after rise in antisocial behaviour in town centre

Dispersal order after rise in antisocial behaviour in town centre

Officers have started to patrol several residential streets after reports of antisocial behaviour on the rise.

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‘These aren’t second homes, we’ve got nowhere else to go’

‘These aren’t second homes, we’ve got nowhere else to go’

A bid by a group of retirees to stay in their park homes year-round has been refused, despite claims they were “victims of some serious misselling”.

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From car parts to cod and chips - now that’s a career gear change

From car parts to cod and chips - now that’s a career gear change

A dad-of-three who’s spent almost four decades in the car parts industry has swapped selling tyres for serving hungry customers fish and chips.

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Coffee shop and adventure golf plans to go on show

Coffee shop and adventure golf plans to go on show

People are being urged to have their say on £20m plans for a new coffee shop, improved GP facilities and an adventure golf course.

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Bridge closures to be longer than expected as exact dates revealed

Bridge closures to be longer than expected as exact dates revealed

A bridge used by drivers, trains, cyclists and pedestrians will close for longer than expected this summer for emergency repairs to its lifting ropes.

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Village post office to close

Village post office to close

The Post Office has confirmed that one of its branches will be closing following the resignation of a postmaster.

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New images reveal Aldi progress - but opening delayed

New images reveal Aldi progress - but opening delayed

Aerial photos show significant progress has been made on a new supermarket but the retailer says it’s not ready to open as planned.

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Voluntary role provides insight ‘into a world few people see’

Voluntary role provides insight ‘into a world few people see’

Volunteers are needed to help monitor five Kent prisons to check inmates are being treated fairly and humanely.

Company makes move to new £18m business park

Company makes move to new £18m business park

A firm specialising in paint products for the automotive industry is among the first company’s to move to a new multi-million-pound business park.

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Police called after body discovered in street

Police called after body discovered in street

Police have launched an investigation after a man was found dead in a street.

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Fans enticed to Sheppey with ticket offer

Fans enticed to Sheppey with ticket offer

Sheppey complete their home campaign on Saturday after a season to be proud of – and there’s a special offer for those wanting to watch.

Town centre hotel that featured on TV put on market

Town centre hotel that featured on TV put on market

A town centre’s only hotel, which featured on Channel Four’s Four in a Bed, is for sale.

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Volunteer’s royal date after winning national award

Volunteer’s royal date after winning national award

A charity shop volunteer who “never misses a day and hasn’t been on holiday for ages” has won a national award and is off to Buckingham Palace.

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Tonnes of rubbish collected from beach after illegal dumping

Tonnes of rubbish collected from beach after illegal dumping

Litter pickers have filled hundreds of bags with rubbish from a beach plagued by waste that washes up from an illegal dump site.

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Removal of masts on shipwreck filled with bombs to start within next year

Removal of masts on shipwreck filled with bombs to start within next year

Following years of delays, the removal of masts on a sunken war ship filled with explosives is set to begin in the next 12 months.

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Vacant Victorian pub to go up for auction

Vacant Victorian pub to go up for auction

A pub that is earmarked to become flats and a micropub is set to go under the hammer with a guide price of more than £200k.

Waste company apologises for bins fiasco

Waste company apologises for bins fiasco

A boss at a waste company that’s come under huge criticism after multiple bins went uncollected resulting in hundreds of complaints has apologised.

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Stained glass window depicting Jesus smashed

Stained glass window depicting Jesus smashed

A church remains shut after a vase was thrown at one of its windows, leaving a hole in the middle of the image of Christ.

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Lifeboat and helicopter scrambled to 'man overboard'

Lifeboat and helicopter scrambled to 'man overboard'

RNLI and coastguard crews were called out to a “man overboard” signal but it turned out to be a false alarm.

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