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E-fit released of footpath sex attacker

Detectives investigating the sexual assault of a teenager in Herne Bay have released an e-fit of a man they would like to trace. Two teenage girls were walking down a footpath across the fields to Eddington Lane on Wednesday (February 18) at 3pm. As they turned by the Eddington Business Park to walk towards the Thanet Way, a man reportedly approached the girls from …

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‘Mail chaos’ after sorting office shut

Customers who miss delivery of their Christmas parcels are facing “chaos and confusion” thanks to the closure of the town’s sorting office, campaigners claim. The office in Eddington Lane shut as part of plans by Royal Mail to modernise the service and postal workers are now based in the Canterbury office. But protestors who are still battling to save the …

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Allotments

Allotment gardening is popular in the town with all of the three sites full. The council is researching and writing an allotments strategy to ensure they are supported and invested in, and to look at ways in which provision of plots can be increased. The Eddington Lane site is an example of good practice with a very active and out …

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What is happening to our post deliveries?

Further to your article about the proposed relocation of the Royal Mail Office from Eddington Lane to Canterbury (Delivery Office set to close in two years, Herne Bay Gazette, December 2) I am writing to ask what on earth is happening to the present mail delivery service in this area? In our part of Herne Bay (Beltinge) we have had …

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Petition to keep depots launched

Over 250 sign to save postal delivery offices CAMPAIGNERS battling to save postal delivery offices have been overwhelmed with support. More than 260 signed a petition in an hour on Saturday to keep depots in Whitstable and Herne Bay. Among the supporters are the city council’s Labour leader, Julia Seath from Whitstable and Steve Furber, chairman of Whitstable Labour Club. Mr Furber …

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