We recount town’s spookiest stories UNWORLDLY creatures in Herne Bay? You had better believe it! Over the years, there have been numerous sightings of mysterious beings in this bustling seaside resort. From the beloved pier to the home of an elderly lady, you never know where you might come across something that might Just send a shiver down your spine. …Read More »
Comments (0) FOR people from out of town, Herne Bay may seem like a sleepy little seaside town, but they might be surprised to find a dark story behind some of our most celebrated places. Over the years, numerous sightings have been reported of unworldly creatures in our town. From our beloved pier to the home of a local elderly lady, …Read More »
Pensioners living in a council high-rise with a faulty lift have reacted angrily to news the authority is splashing out £737,000 on an energy-saving heating system for a neighbouring building. For 10 months residents in the Elizabeth Court tower block have called for its only lift to be repaired, but the work has still not been completed, leaving many unable …Read More »
The landlady at the centre of a fierce licensing row has spoken of her relief at being allowed to play live music and serve drinks without food. Judy Wattiez, 53, of the Park View Restaurant had faced strident opposition from 28 residents of neighbouring Margaret Court, who feared it would lead to noise and nuisance.
The listed pub, in Park Road, Herne Bay, was formally the Royal Oak which had a reputation for rowdy behaviour. When the premises were reopened in February as the Park View Restaurant, new manager Miss Wattiez was only allowed to serve drinks with food.Read More »