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26 April 2016

Oval Chalet Judicial Review refused

A High Court Judge has refused the Whitstable Society permission to proceed with a Judicial Review (JR) against the city council over its decision to sell the Oval Chalet land in Whitstable.

15 April 2016

Writing sessions help people with dementia

People living with dementia are being invited to get involved in free creative writing sessions taking place at the Beaney in Canterbury from mid-April.

14 April 2016

Council considers half Whitefriars purchase

Canterbury City Council is to consider buying a 50 per cent stake in the Whitefriars Shopping Centre.

01 April 2016

Free parking in the coastal towns

Motorists in Herne Bay and Whitstable can take advantage of free parking from today (Friday 1 April).

01 April 2016

Ticketless parking comes to the district

The biggest transformation of parking in the district for a generation gets underway on Monday 18 April when the city council starts a six month trial of ticketless parking.

25 March 2016

Harbour south quay back in use

Whitstable Harbour's south quay has reopened to the public following a £500,000 project by the city council to reconstruct a section of the quay wall.

23 March 2016

Illegal house in Chislet is demolished

Canterbury City Council has taken action to demolish an illegal house in Hollow Street, Chislet, and remove three caravans from the land.

22 March 2016

Annual beach work starts in the Bay

Annual maintenance work by the city council to Herne Bay beach, inside the Neptune’s Arm, is underway.

21 March 2016

Archaeological Trust marks 40 years

A special exhibition celebrating 40 years of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust (CAT) opens at the Beaney in Canterbury on Friday 25 March.

16 March 2016

Sea defence repairs up and running

Repairs by the city council to the sloping blockwork on Herne Bay beach near the King’s Hall are underway.

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