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  • Lorry relief could be on the way

    A NETWORK of lorry parks could be constructed to tackle problems suffered by Kent residents from HGVs parking in residential and industrial areas. The commercially run sites would also act, at ...

  • Chair fed to the lions

    THE chair of Kent Executive Club had the chance to hand-feed a big cat during a trip to the Wildlife Heritage Foundation at Smarden. Sylvia Lichfield, from Allington, was one of five members ...

  • Sunlight causes fire in Maidstone

    FOR most of us, seeing the sunshine streaming through the windows of your home is a reminder that summer is not yet over. However, an elderly couple in Maidstone was left puzzled when they smelled ...

  • KCC plots library changes

    A PROPOSAL to form a charitable trust to run Kent’s libraries, registration and archives could save KCC some money. Details were due to be discussed at a meeting of the county ...

  • Harvest fun for youngsters

    CHILDRENare invited to a Harvest fun afternoon hosted by the Salvation Army from 2pm to4pm on Sunday, September 27. The event at 74-80 Union Street, Maidstone is suitable for children ...

  • Chimney warning

    COMPLACENT coal and wood burners have been given a timely autumnal kick from Kent Fire and Rescue Service. As summer draws to a close, people across the county are starting to get those home fires ...

  • Old boys still competing in local six-a-side league

    A group of men have entered Football Mundial’s six-a-side night league at Maidstone Hockey Club for the 30th consecutive season. The team have entered every season since 1999 and are now ...

  • Put your oar in to help charity

    THE biggest and craziest indoor rowing challenge to raise funds for a local charity is being organised by Farleigh-based Dandelion Time. The Dandelion Time Rowathon – Marden to Monte Carlo ...