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M20 Operation Stack: Manston airport lorry plan ‘could ease congestion’

July 9th, 2015 Comments Off on M20 Operation Stack: Manston airport lorry plan ‘could ease congestion’
A former airport site could be used as a temporary lorry park to relieve congestion caused by Operation Stack, Kent County Council’s leader has said. Paul Carter said he had already talked to Kent Police and would explore possibilities ...

From Kent to the West End – You can expect rhinestones, cowboy boots, lachrymose ballads and Country Superstars aplenty at the Leas Cliff Hall Theatre on the 24th July.

July 8th, 2015 Comments Off on From Kent to the West End – You can expect rhinestones, cowboy boots, lachrymose ballads and Country Superstars aplenty at the Leas Cliff Hall Theatre on the 24th July.
A West End Featured Show Written, Produced and Starring Kent’s Very Own Andy Crust and Sarah Jayne is Coming to Folkestone’s Leas Cliff Hall on the 24th. The Couple that have been touring around Europe and beyond for over ...

It’s fete accompli – cheers!

July 8th, 2015 Comments Off on It’s fete accompli – cheers!
A LOCALLY-BREWED real ale, especially created to support this year’s Hythe Venetian Fete, is to be officially tasted by town dignitaries before it goes on sale on pubs across south east Kent. Brand-named Fete Accompli and made from a ...

BBC to preview JAM on the Marsh tonight

July 8th, 2015 Comments Off on BBC to preview JAM on the Marsh tonight
From 9th-19th July, curated by world famous composer Paul Mealor, JAM on the Marsh will feature sensational concerts including Albinoni, Bach, Duruflé, Fauré, Mealor, Mozart, Musgrave, Patterson, Whitacre and Vaughan Williams, a safari opera dinner at Port Lympne, theatre ...

Aboyne House

July 8th, 2015 Comments Off on Aboyne House
ABOYNE HOUSE New Romney The Glamourpuss and myself first visited Aboyne House a year ago for the relaunch of the formal restaurant side of the business, changing its name from Fish and Peri. On the opening night we were ...

Lydd Town Council to instigate Highways Forum

July 7th, 2015 Comments Off on Lydd Town Council to instigate Highways Forum
At the meeting of Lydd Town Council Planning Committee held on Monday 6th July it was unanimously agreed to form a Highways Forum to look into the issues that the residents of Robin Hood Lane report they are experiencing ...

Firefighters urge caution after bonfire leads to major blaze

July 7th, 2015 Comments Off on Firefighters urge caution after bonfire leads to major blaze
An out-of-control bonfire is believed to be responsible for a large fire that took hold of a range of buildings yesterday (6 July) in Hurst Lane, Charing. Firefighters were called to the incident at just after 3pm and were ...

Migrant dies on Channel Tunnel train trying to reach UK

July 7th, 2015 Comments Off on Migrant dies on Channel Tunnel train trying to reach UK
A migrant who is believed to have jumped onto a freight train heading for Britain has died, Eurotunnel has said. The Channel Tunnel operator tweeted that the shuttle had been stopped following the incident on the French side at ...

MP Damian Collins fights for a solution for Operation Stack

July 7th, 2015 Comments Off on MP Damian Collins fights for a solution for Operation Stack
MP Collins fights for a solution for Operation Stack Following the ongoing disruption to the districts roadways and businesses Folkestone and Hythe MP Damian Collins has said that its time to get something done about ‘Operation Stack’ He told ...

Elderly Hythe residents warned about burglary’s

July 7th, 2015 Comments Off on Elderly Hythe residents warned about burglary’s
Police are warning residents to be vigilant and to check the identification of all cold-callers following a reported burglary in Hythe. A man is reported to have visited the home of an elderly woman in Shepherd’s Walk, Hythe, some ...
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