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Yvonne Bryce says she is lucky to be alive

A shocked grandmother says she is lucky to be alive after a young boy threw a brick at her car’s windscreen as she drove along a main road. Yvonne Bryce, 63, was driving home on the Old Thanet Way when the boy – thought to be no older than 10 – hurled the object at her car and smashed the …

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Police called to Reculver Primary School after suspicious man seen walking through the playground

Police were called to a primary school today after a suspicious man was seen entering the playground. The alarm was raised by staff at Reculver Primary School at 9.15am when the man was spotted walking through the grounds. The school contacted the police after the man was seen to be leaving the site in Reculver Lane. Police were called to …

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Stranger danger alert issued after Herne Bay Junior School pupil approached by white van while walking to school

A primary school has issued a stranger danger alert after a child was approached by a white van driver while walking to school today. The incident took place at 8.10am when a man in an unmarked white van asked the Herne Bay Junior school pupil if they wanted a lift to school. The child ran away and reported it to …

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Stranger danger warning after boy offered lift to school by man in Greenhill, Herne Bay

Parents in Herne Bay have been put on high alert after a man approached a teenage boy just weeks after a girl was followed home from primary school. The man – who was in a black car – is said to have pulled up alongside the 13-year-old son of Caroline Alton in Greenhill and asked him if he wanted a …

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Herne Bay road expected to be closed for six weeks

Thornden Wood Road is closed for about six weeks Comments (0) One of the busiest roads into the Greenhill area of Herne Bay is likely to be closed until the end of February. Thornden Wood Road will not be open to traffic between the junctions with Molehill Road and Thornden Close to allow essential work to be carried out.  

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Ongoing feud ended in court

A jobless man who spouted racist abuse outside shop in Greenhill has been fined £165. David Banborough, of Blackburn Road, pleaded guilty to making racially aggravated threats towards Kamal Omer. Prosecutor Neil Sweeney told Canterbury Magistrates’ Court how the 45-year-old had tried to swing a punch at Mr Omer, shouted abuse, and made threatening hand gestures. Hugh Robertson, for Banborough, …

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Relief at U-turn on cuts to community wardens

Community wardens in Herne Bay have been saved from the chop after a U-turn by county councillors. Kent County Council had launchnd a six-week public consultation asking for people’s views on possible plans to axe 24 of the county’s 70 wardens. The proposals were put forward because the council wanted to save £1.28 million each year towards the estimated £330 …

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Awards for sporting success at Herne Bay High School

Year 8 students at Herne Bay High School with their colours awards Comments (0) MORE than 100 students at Herne Bay High School attended at least five different PE clubs during the year. They were awarded bronze, silver or gold Sports Stars at an awards evening to celebrate hard work, excellence and commitment in sports. Another 45 pupils also received Colours …

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Have your say on plans to cut community warden service

Community wardens, pictured with Police and Crime Commissioner Ann Barnes, work closely with Kent Police Comments (0) COMMUNITY wardens who work with some of the county’s most vulnerable residents are to have their numbers slashed in half. Kent County Council bosses plan to reduce numbers of the wardens from 79 to 40 as part of plans to save £1.2 million. The …

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Driver keeps licence despite abandoning crashed car

A young driver who ran off after his car smashed into a wall was allowed to keep his licence after turning up to court in a suit and tie. Magistrates told Ricardo Salerno, of Blackburn Road, Greenhill, they were impressed by his outfit, and his job on tug boats at Woolwich. The 20 year old led police on an hour-long …

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