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24 April 2015

Dub Pistols back in Herne Bay

Dub Pistols bring their high octane live show back to the King’s Hall in Herne Bay on Friday 1 May.

24 April 2015

Campaign promotes youth voting

A campaign to encourage more young people in the Canterbury district to vote in the elections on Thursday 7 May has been launched.

20 April 2015

Rare prints at the Beaney

A special exhibition exploring the wonderful and distinctive work of east Kent printmaker Ben Sands and his Shoestring Press has opened at the Beaney in Canterbury.

02 April 2015

Young writers impress in Blyton competition

A creative writing and art competition for children organised as part of the current Enid Blyton exhibition at the Beaney in Canterbury had almost 250 entries and some high quality winners.

24 March 2015

Noisy house shut down

Repeated loud noise and severe anti-social behaviour at a property in Canterbury, which led to misery for people living nearby, have come to an end following court action by the city council.

23 March 2015

Revamp plans for Victoria rec play area

Plans to improve the children’s play area at the Victoria recreation ground in Canterbury will be revealed at a public consultation event on Tuesday 31 March.

20 March 2015

New start for Herne Bay Museum

An exciting future is in store for Herne Bay Museum after the city council agreed to transfer the running of it to Herne Bay Museum Trust.

19 March 2015

Nominations open for city and parish elections

Nominations for the city council and parish council elections on Thursday 7 May are now open.

17 March 2015

Views sought on Reculver plans

The city council is seeking views on possible uses of the former camping and caravan club site at Reculver.

16 March 2015

Enhancing our beautiful riverside

It’s already a highlight of the district stretching almost 10 kilometres in length, and now plans to further enhance the riverside corridor between Chartham and Sturry are out to public consultation.

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