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New firm in talks to take on Beach Street revamp

Key regeneration plans to put town centre in touch with seafront A NEW firm is believed to have come on board to deliver a key piece of regeneration in Herne Bay — linking Beach Street to the seafront. The proposal to demolish buildings between Central Parade and Beach Street will allow people to walk from the town centre to the …

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Herne Bay literary festival will keep the children busy over…

Comments (0) HERNE BAY Children’s Literary Festival has one of its busiest spells of the spring this week. The event, which finishes at the end of May, includes plenty for youngsters to do during the holidays. On Wednesday, April 8, Bank Street bookshop A Bundle Of Books hosts Jenny Samuels and her craft workshop called Making The Queen’s Knickers. It starts …

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Herne Bay man Charlie Silk charged after allegedly jumping on car…

Police were called to Beach Street Comments (0) A MAN has been charged with criminal damage after police officers were called to a report of someone jumping on a car in Herne Bay. It is alleged that the roof of the car was damaged in Beach Street on Saturday, March 28. Charlie George Trevor Silk, 19, of Collins Road, Herne Bay, …

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Herne Bay is back in business: here’s the proof

THERE was not a negative word to be heard at Herne Bay’s seventh business and projects exhibition.Developers, charities, organisations and individuals from across the district converged on King’s Hall on Wednesday last week to show what they had to offer and to indulge in that all-important networking.For the first time, invitations to the function had been thrown open to organisations …

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Work on Aldi in Herne Bay to start next month

How the Aldi store could look Comments (0) WORK on an Aldi supermarket in Herne Bay is expected to start next month. The Aldi store was granted planning permission in November and now the proposals for the 1,665 sq m store, which will be built by Coplan Estates on the site of the King’s Road car park, should be just weeks …

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First radio drama festival comes to Herne Bay

Comments (0) HERNE BAY is to host a new festival this month that could spread the town’s name across the world. The UK International Radio Drama Festival is the creation of Moving Theatre and will run over the last three days of this month, Thursday to Friday, February 26-28, at venues throughout the town. Put simply, the festival involves people gathering in …

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HB Museum Trust – Public Meeting

Welcome to the future! MUSEUM TRUST – PUBLIC MEETING Wednesday 21st May at 7.00 pm BEACH HOUSE, BEACH STREET, HERNE BAY The aim of this meeting is to give everybody an idea of the road ahead, to start defining the roles that people can play in the Trust, and to answer your questions. This is a great opportunity for all …

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WEA Summer program

An excellent line-up for the summer – perfect for the Garden of England! Hurry to book your places – contact details below. LITERATURE Poetry of Seasons and Gardens Tutor: Ron Dodge – 10-week course Green thoughts in green shades or seasons of mist and mellow fruitfulness. We have these and other less well known but fine poetry in this course. …

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John Gilbey’s blueprint for Herne Bay

The Leader of our Council has produced a blueprint for debate. As he says: As a member of the City Council for 11 years and as Portfolio Holder for Regeneration for 9 years, I have had a unique insight into many issues across the District and the County. I don’t have all the answers to questions that are asked and …

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Murray might make a mint

Our beloved Council will be giving away land to a developer. Not just any old land, but money-making car park land. And not just any old car park, but valuable car parking land near the sea front. And not just any developer, but one that’s been on telly. Let’s not forget, the Council is simply holding things on our behalf. …

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