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British Pie Awards 2015: 9 places to grab a pie locally

The 2015 British Pie Awards ceremony is set to take place tonight (April 22) to celebrate the nation’s love of pies. Year after year, hundreds of pie producers enter the awards in the hope of receiving a British Pie Award accolade. We’ve put together a list of places in our region which offer stunning selections of pies. Do you think …

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Laleham Residential Home in Herne Bay rated ‘inadequate’ by CQC

STAFF at a residential care home in Herne Bay did not know what abuse was or who they should report concerns to, inspectors found.The Laleham Residential Home on Central Parade has been rated “inadequate” by the Care Quality Commission after an unannounced inspection was carried out on January 6 and 9 this year. In its latest report, CQC stated that …

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18 great pub gardens to go to this weekend in and around…

Comments (0) Today’s heatwave has certainly put many of us in the mood for a well deserved tipple and a meal in the sun. So whether it is after work or in the weekend, here are the best beer gardens you could find across the districts. 1. The Dolphin The Dolphin’s beer garden has for many years been dubbed as the …

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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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more council tax

Canterbury City Council has outlined an action plan to bring empty and derelict properties in the town back up to scratch. There are 19 sites being looked at, including prominent buildings on the seafront and also the former St Philip Howard School. Aidan Barlow reports Property owners who refuse to bring derelict eyesores back up to scratch could face a …

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Dog attack on Herne Bay seafront sparks police call and owner’s promise to muzzle her Staffordshire Bull Terrier

A dog owner has agreed to muzzle her Staffordshire bull terrier after it attacked a Jack Russell on Herne Bay seafront. Police were called after the white Staffie grabbed hold of Susan Colley’s terrified dog Bailey as she walked him between the Clock Tower and the Bandstand in Central Parade. Ms Colley, 46, of Mortimer Street, said: “It ran right …

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March 27 at 7pm: how does Herne Bay want to run its own Museum?

It’s time for rejoicing, congratulations and a bit of planning. The Council has given us the green light to run our own Museum, which is a very good reason for a lot of rejoicing and congratulations. We’ve already done a lot planning for “if”… now it’s time to move on to planning for “when”. We take over the running of …

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Calvin Saward, whose dad called police after he wielded knife in Central Parade, Herne Bay, calls his tag an ‘ankle rolex’

A teenager who went out for a street fight armed with a knife has escaped jail – thanks to his dad. Calvin Saward, 18, had been baited in December by former friends, who called him, asking for a scrap outside his home in Central Parade. The youngster grabbed a knife to confront the gang – only to face his dad, …

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Feb 28: Fun night in Herne Bay for Demelza

You can help raise cash for a great cause. The event is being held at The Retreat at 41 Central Parade, Herne Bay CT6 5HZ and starts at 7pm on Saturday, February 28. Demelza children’s hospice is inviting you to a “fun-filled night of horse-racing and fund-raising”. Tickets, including buffet, are priced at £7 in advance or £9 on the night. You can …

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Herne Bay’s crime hotspots

Almost 150 crimes were committed in a month in the Herne Bay area, latest Home Office statistics reveal. The figures relate to December last year and reveal a total of 147 reported crimes during the month. Unsurprisingly, Heron ward, which includes the busy town-centre areas of Central Parade, King’s Road and High Street, had far and away the highest number of recorded …

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