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Thousands descend on Margate for Kent Gay Pride - Photos
By Ray Duff
Thousands of lesbian,
gay, bisexual and trans people descended on Margate on 29 August for Kent Pride.
30th annual meeting of Kent Light Railways owner's Society held in Barnstaple - Part One
The Colonel Stephens
Society was set-up 30 years ago for enthusiasts of Colonel Holman F. Stephens'
standard and narrow gauge light railways to celebrate, support and keep alive
his numerous railways built across the UK.
Fun-packed weekend at the Kent Battle of Britain Museum in Hawkinge
The August Bank
Holiday Weekend is promising to be a fun packed weekend for visitors to the
Museum says Museum Chairman, Dave Brocklehurst MBE.
Free Bank Holiday parking in Ashford and Tenterden, today and tomorrow
Shoppers and visitors
can enjoy free parking in select council-owned car parks in Ashford and
Tenterden over the August bank holiday weekend.
Met office revises Kent and the southeast weather warning with less risk of rain for today
This is an update to
the warning issued on Saturday, to reduce the area at risk from the thundery
downpours whilst delaying the start time.
Kent Police appeal after woman threatened by knife wielding robber in Deal bookies raid
Detectives are investigating a robbery that occurred at a bookmakers
in High Street, Deal at about 9.30pm on Friday, 28 August.
Return of Folkestone Book Festival - a literary adventure Photos
Folkestone Quarterhouse opens up its doors once again this year for
the return of Folkestone Book Festival 2015, a 10-day extravaganza
to fulfil your literary needs.
Inspiring art at Folkestone festival focuses on light and colour
The Sassoon Gallery
in Folkestone Library is currently hosting an art festival arranged by Turning
Point East Kent.
Rare foal finds his feet at wild animal reserve near Hythe
Keepers at Port Lympne Reserve are celebrating the arrival of an endangered Przewalski
foal, born at the park just two weeks ago.
Appeal for witnesses to Ashford assault after victim is hit on the back of head by man holding bottle
Detectives investigating a report of an assault in Ashford have
appealed for witnesses to come forward after the victim was hit on the
back of the head by a man holding a glass bottle.
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