The Port of Dover's flagship seafront event returns on Sunday and promises to be a great FREE day out for the family.
Tonight is the opening night of The Folkestone and Hythe Operatic and Dramatic Society Youth Section's: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
The fabulous Sandgate Sea Festival takes place this Sunday and it promises to be a fun day for all the family.
By Ray Duff
Following on from the trip in June steam buffs are set to enjoy the return of a rare LNER class steam locomotive which is to make a return trip to Canterbury and East Kent on Saturday 29th August.
As part of the multi million pound regeneration of Dover town centre, the Russell Street Car Park in Dover is closing at 5pm on 30 September.
A Faversham man who stole meat from Dover district shop has been sentenced by magistrates in Medway.
Kent-based Swale Heating is throwing its support behind Gas Safety Week (September 14 – 20) to remind home-owners of the potentially deadly consequences of having badly fitted and serviced gas appliances.
A 71-year-old driver from Romney Marsh who pleaded guilty to drink driving has been banned for 40 months.
By Ray Duff
38Degrees campaign group members demonstrated in Folkestone Town centre on Saturday (22 August) as part of the nationwide demonstrations to raise public awareness of the current, and largely secretive, trade talks being held by the EU.
Affinity Water is
undertaking a programme of mains flushing on Romney Marsh which will affect
around 4,700 properties.
A man who pleaded guilty drink driving a Scania lorry in Ashford Road at Charing has been jailed.
Police have arrested a 21-year-old man from Mersham on suspicion of
causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
Dungeness B Reactor
is back online after 16-weeks following a £30 million planned maintenance
By Dana Wiffen
Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway has unveiled its wonderful new mural at Sittingbourne to brighten up the short walk to the Viaduct Station.
Constituency matters... a weekly column by the Member of Parliament for Folkestone and Hythe, Damian Collins 26 August 2015
Officers investigating an incident in Wye, near Ashford, have charged a man in which a woman in her 70s sustained serious injuries.
A Sudanese immigrant, who allegedly walked through almost the whole 50 kilometre length of the Channel tunnel from Calais to the Folkestone, appeared at court yesterday.
Thanet District Council is currently reviewing its position around whether Riveroak is a suitable indemnity partner for a compulsory purchase order on the Manston Airport site.
Kent Police investigating why a man sustained serious head injuries near Ashford, are appealing for information about two vehicles believed to be in the area at the time.
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