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Vegetarian Nosh

Canterbury district is famous for its huge range of great restaurants, cafes and eateries, to suit every taste. This is certainly true for vegetarians and vegans, who are spoiled for choice in the area, even amongst the bistros of Canterbury, and the seafood restaurants of Whitstable. Here are our picks for some of the best restaurants to visit if you’re …

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Five things that make Herne Bay so great

Community spirit, a stunning seafront and independent shops are just some of the reasons we love Herne Bay. But what do other people think? Here are our five favourites from suggestions made by our Facebook fans: 1) The BayPromoTeam (and the residents) Herne Bay would definitely be a duller place without these fantastic volunteers. They have brought us the Zombie …

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Fine food, here and near

Canterbury, Whitstable, Herne Bay and Faversham are home to some of the finest food in England – from traditional fish and chips, Whitstable oysters, Faversham’s fruit and veg crop and Herne Bay’s multicultural offer. There’s something to suit all tastes and budgets. We asked readers to vote in our poll for their favourite eatery and the results put global eating …

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Restaurant’s finest pizza in UK accolade

Praise for A Casa Mia from Italian judges PIZZA fans no longer need to jet off to Italy to enjoy la dolce vita. Instead, some of Italy’s most eminent pizza connoisseurs were in Kent on Monday to recognise a restaurant providing authentic Neapolitan food. A Casa Mia, in Herne Bay High Street, is the only UK restaurant to be given …

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IN BRIEF

Pizza chef’s top award Expert Italian food judges have honoured a Herne Bay chef with their top award for his authentic pizza-making skills. Gennaro Esposito set up his restaurant A Casa Mia in the High Street in September 2012. This week judges from the Neapolitan Pizza Association will fly in to present him with a certificate. Mr Esposito wowed them …

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Mum’s pride as Sky lops off locks for grandma

Schoolgirl shaves head to raise cash for disease research WHEN Sky Chattenton returns to school after half-term, her classmates may not recognise her. The ten-year-old is sporting a totally new look after shaving her hair to raise money for research into a rare disease affecting her grandmother. Sky went for the chop in front of dozens of onlookers in Mortimer …

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Four flourishing firms

CHRISTMAS may be just a memory but the celebrations continue for Bay businesses with birthdays next month. The Activity Box and Berry’s Eatery will have both been in the town for three years, while A Bundle of Books and Pretty Green Vintage are marking the end of their first year in business. Liz Crudgington found out the secrets of successful …

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