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04 February 2016

New film highlights the power of the object

A short film produced by a local lecturer about the power of using art and historical objects to help people with mild dementia has been launched.

02 February 2016

Town centre revamp underway

Work on a package of car parking and pedestrian improvements in Herne Bay town centre is underway.

01 February 2016

Harbour website given new look

Fans and users of Whitstable Harbour can now keep up-to-date with all the latest harbour news and activities on its revamped website.

29 January 2016

Local traders to run new harbour market

Three local business people from Whitstable have joined forces to run an exciting new market on Whitstable Harbour’s vibrant south quay.

27 January 2016

Help us make some money!

With further substantial cuts in national government funding set to kick in over the next four years, the city council has decided to tap into the collective brains of the residents of the district for ideas on how it can generate more income.

13 January 2016

Public meeting to hear parking views

Local residents are being invited to public meetings to hear more about the city council’s proposals to transform parking and pedestrian areas.

23 December 2015

Lord Mayor's Christmas message 2015

In her Christmas message, the Lord Mayor of Canterbury, Cllr Sally Waters, reflects on her year so far and thanks local volunteers for their contribution to life in the district.

17 December 2015

New trees for Avenue of Remembrance

Work to remove diseased horse chestnut trees along the Avenue of Remembrance in Herne Bay Memorial Park and plant new native hornbeams to replace them is underway.

09 December 2015

Star Wars fans pack out the Beaney

A record-breaking 2,500 Star Wars fans, along with a dozen Stormtroopers, attended the grand opening of the Beaney’s latest exhibition ‘May The Toys Be With You’ last weekend (Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 December).

08 December 2015

City centre transformation plans set out

Canterbury City Council has published proposals to transform pedestrian areas in the city centre and make major changes to parking through the use of new technology.

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