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Operation Stack could ruin War and Peace Show

July 16th, 2015 Comments Off on Operation Stack could ruin War and Peace Show
With escalating industrial action and problems with migrants trying to infiltrate the French Le Shuttle terminal, it seems likely that the Kent roads users will suffer over the summer months. One of the main casualties could be the annual ...

Film crew cause chaos

July 16th, 2015 Comments Off on Film crew cause chaos
Local residents of Greatstone have complained about the constant disruption from film crews, who are using the location for a new Film Blackbird. The film production company Jean Doumanian Productions are working with Film 4 and directed . Benedict ...

COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF, COUNCIL TELLS MINISTER

July 16th, 2015 Comments Off on COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF, COUNCIL TELLS MINISTER
The government minister who said Operation Stack did not cause traffic chaos on local roads has been invited to Folkestone to meet Shepway District Council and see the problems for himself. In a response to a question at a ...

Shepway COULD have an Airshow this year after all

July 15th, 2015 Comments Off on Shepway COULD have an Airshow this year after all
David Monk, Leader of Shepway District Council has told the Looker that Folkestone could still have an Air Show this year despite, the former Independent Management Company (Open Air Promotions), who had previously organised the last ‘attempt’ at staging ...

Elvis ‘Alive & Well’ (in St.Mary’s Bay)

July 15th, 2015 Comments Off on Elvis ‘Alive & Well’ (in St.Mary’s Bay)
An Afternoon with Elvis presented by Firmager Funeral Service It is time for our (now annual) “Afternoon with Elvis” Firmagers puts on this event for a number of reasons but mainly to provide a social occasion for those in ...

New Romney Country Fayre Comes of Age Saturday 25th July

July 15th, 2015 Comments Off on New Romney Country Fayre Comes of Age Saturday 25th July
After nearly a year of planning the 2015 New Romney Country Fayre is almost upon us. This year, the largest free event on Romney Marsh comes of age, as it will be celebrating its 21st birthday! It’s not too ...

Hair Today….Gone Tomorrow

July 15th, 2015 Comments Off on Hair Today….Gone Tomorrow
A very brave young lady decided to try and help others by donating her golden locks to a worthy cause last week. Eight year old Lucy Greenwood from Littlestone amazed her mother when she decided that she wanted to ...

Over 400 people took part in the Mash Cycle Challenge

July 12th, 2015 Comments Off on Over 400 people took part in the Mash Cycle Challenge
The roads in and around the Romney Marsh were awash with colour this morning, as over 400 riders took part in the Folkestone and Channel Rotary Marsh 50 mile challenge. wit riders ages ranging from 6 to 80 the ...

New Electric Airbus takes to the skies above Lydd in Historic Channel crossing

July 10th, 2015 Comments Off on New Electric Airbus takes to the skies above Lydd in Historic Channel crossing
Louise Bleriot first crossed the Channel in a powered plane in 1909 to win the £1000 Daily Mail prize in a time of 46 minutes. Jump forward 106 years and another record breaking Channel crossing took place, this time ...

French have lost control of Channel Tunnel, says MP

July 9th, 2015 Comments Off on French have lost control of Channel Tunnel, says MP
French authorities knew striking ferry workers were planning to disrupt Channel Tunnel services and turned a blind eye, say sources who have spoken to BBC South East Today. French workers breached security fences and set fire to tyres on ...
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