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Three-bedroom bungalow to rent in Kingston near Canterbury

Comments (0) A DELIGHTFUL three-bedroom bungalow in the glorious location of Kingston, just outside of Canterbury, is available to rent now. The property comprises two double bedrooms and one single, with a large, open plan kitchen diner leading on to a good sized living room at the rear. There is off-road parking for two cars at the front and far reaching …

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Wonderful cottage in Wingham

Comments (0) A N ENCHANTING, grade II-listed period cottage with atmospheric and beautifully presented accommodation is for sale in Wingham. Whimbrel Cottage, which is set over three floors, has delightful rear gardens and is set well back from the road in a central village position. The deceptively spacious accommodation includes an attractive sitting room with an impressive inglenook fireplace and wood …

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Plenty of parking at 1930s semi for sale near Canterbury

Comments (0) A MPLE parking is available at a well presented, semi-detached 1930s house, situated in Broad Oak, near Canterbury. A covered porch leads to an entrance hall and the ground-floor accommodation, which includes a lounge/diner. In the lounge area there is a brick open fireplace and hearth with a wooden mantle, while the dining area has feature brick fireplace and …

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Own an oast in heart of Kent countryside

Comments (0) O NE of Kent’s most iconic buildings is the oast house, and approached from a tree-lined driveway Renville Oast is indeed an impressive sight. Converted by the Lee Evans Partnership in 1986, the property has lost little of its original charm. The oast has been converted into a comfortable family home, with the internal space transformed into spacious living …

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MS does not deter Arlene from wing walking

CHALLENGE: Arlene McManus will do a charity wing walk stunt in aid of the new MS centre being built (behind) pictured with fund raising manager Helen Wathen. Comments (0) debilitating MS has spurred Arlene McManus to go on a fundraising mission. The 49-year-old, of Russett Road, was diagnosed two-and-a-half years ago but had struggled with the disease for five. It meant …

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Charity golf day in memory of popular Faversham landlord

FUNDRAISERS: Golfers and regulars at The Bear Inn have raised cash for Macmillan Cancer Care Comments (0) A CHARITY golf day in memory of a former Faversham landlord has raised more than £1,000. Some 32 golfers took part in the event at Broome Park Golf Club for Macmillan Cancer Support. The day was organised in memory of former Mechanics Arms landlord …

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What’s on near you this weekend

Comments (0) IT’S A BUSY weekend ahead with lots on and something for everyone whatever the weather. Jumping Beaneys Friday July 18, 10.30am-11.30am – A fun introduction to the museum. Fun Roman-themed storytelling, mini archaeological dig, try on costume and craft activity for the under 5s and their carers. £3.50 per child, accompanying adult free. Advance booking required. Canterbury Roman Museum, …

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Herne & Broomfield need your help to fight the Local Plan

Herne & Broomfield Parish Council is launching a fighting fund in a bid to stop farmland in Herne being developed as a housing estate. The plan by Hollamby Estates is to build 800 houses. The Parish Council could have to pay thousands of pounds as part of their battle to block the plans to develop Strode Farm as part of …

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Open Spaces

To implement the Council’s vision for the area, there will need to be a significant increase above the historic level of development in the area, both housing and employment space. There will also need to be a significant additional provision of open space of various types, proportionate to the level of other new development. [Draft Local Plan 1.51] The housing …

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Supporting events

There is a range of events and activities that take place to support the ‘In Bloom’ campaign, including: Plant and cake sales which are hosted by the Herne Bay in Bloom Committee and Family Investment Homes. These have raised valuable funds to support the competition. The popular Herne Horticultural Show that took place on 16 March. The Herne and Broomfield …

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