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26 June 2017

Award marks support for Armed Forces

Award makes support for armed services.

26 June 2017

Lorry crushed following flytipping raid

Lorry crushed following flytipping raid.

21 June 2017

Local Plan cleared for adoption

The independent planning inspector assessing Canterbury City Council’s draft Local Plan has confirmed that, with some modifications, it can now be adopted by the council.

16 June 2017

Fire safety in tower blocks

Our thoughts are with everyone involved in the tragic events at Grenfell Tower in London this week.

09 June 2017

Balmoral cancels visit to Whitstable Harbour

A combination of the recent bad weather and the non-availability of her base in Gravesend has meant the much-loved Balmoral will not be visiting Whitstable Harbour this week and next.

05 June 2017

School election gets stamp of authenticity

The election of a new school council leader at Swalecliffe Community Primary School was given the full stamp of authenticity thanks to official voting booths, ballot papers, ballot boxes and electoral officers, and the announcement of the result by the Canterbury district Returning Officer.

15 May 2017

New schools project sees Bagpuss 'adopted'

Primary schools in the district are being given the opportunity to ‘adopt an object’ in a new scheme run by the city council’s museums and galleries service.

15 May 2017

Mental health the focus of new Beaney exhibition

At a time when there is a national discussion about mental health and attitudes to it, the Beaney is hosting the new exhibition Henry’s Demons in The Front Room Gallery.

12 May 2017

BayFest set to bring in the crowds

Herne Bay is set for a packed month of events during August as the new BayFest hits the town providing fun for all the family.

12 May 2017

Museum objects inspire county's young people

Fourteen items from the city council’s museums and galleries collection feature in a major new project uncovering the history of the county.

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