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Vandals target Ukip office in Mortimer Street

See the full article on hereA Ukip campaign office has been covered in swastikas and graffiti by vandals warning the party to leave town. The base in Mortimer Street, Herne Bay, was targeted overnight, with staff discovering the damage this morning. Officials even had to force their way into the shop with a crowbar because the locks had been tampered …

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The Coffee Lab: Herne Bay has a new place to drop by

See the full article on here Comments (0) HERNE BAY has a new coffee shop. The Coffee Lab, in Mortimer Street, opened to customers at the end of last month and aims to “deliver aspects of modern coffee culture whilst portraying an industrial theme”. It is owned by Ben Bennett and his father, who look to support local businesses by selling …

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United Church in Herne Bay has high hopes as it eyes the big…

See the full article on here Comments (0) HERNE Bay will be getting a bigger, brighter and better “second” events venue if plans at the United Church come to fruition. Restoration has already begun on the site in Mortimer Street, but this is only the beginning as the church looks to expand its capacity and ultimately host an enhanced range of …

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Hundreds sign libraries petition, says Herne Bay Labour group

See the full article on here Labour supporters with parliamentary hopeful Frances Rehal (wearing red hat) Comments (0) HUNDREDS of people have signed a petition asking the county council not to transfer its library services to a charitable trust, Herne Bay Labour Party has said. Party supporters were collecting signatures for their Save our Library Services petition on Saturday at their …

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

See the full article on hereA 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 …

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Music in Mortimer Street prepares great year for Herne Bay

See the full article on hereMusic In Mortimer Street is beginning its eighth year as a vehicle for promoting music in Herne Bay. Its aim is to offer a spectrum of music in a new venue, the United Church, which enjoys an excellent organ, grand piano, impressive acoustics and a central location. It has hosted male voice choirs, brass bands, …

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Farage cancels Herne Bay visit over market stall ‘security…

See the full article on here Comments (1) UKIP leader Nigel Farage cancelled an appearance at the party’s new North Thanet constituency office after his security detail decided market stalls outside posed a risk. Mr Farage was due to visit Herne Bay this morning (Saturday) to open Ukip’s new office in Mortimer Street. However, local party officials were told the parliamentary …

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Ukip leader Nigel Farage is coming to Herne Bay

See the full article on hereUKIP leader Nigel Farage will be in Herne Bay on Saturday morning to open a constituency office in town.The opening is scheduled for 9am and Mr Farage will be in town to support Piers Wauchope, who is the party’s general election candidate in Thanet North, which includes Herne Bay.The new office is at 101 Mortimer …

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June 20: Music in Mortimer Street at United Church: Franz Hepburn, Bass Baritone. David Ruddock, Piano. Chrissie Grimsdale, Soprano.

MIMS (Music In Mortimer Street) is a collective term for the concerts that are held throughout the year. These concerts encompass a large range and variety of content – from swing band to classical trios, cathedral organists to choral groups, piano recitals to brass bands and offering all musical styles from Bach to Bacharach. The entrance to the United Church …

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May 16: Music in Mortimer Street at United Church: David Ruddock and Paul Shand – 2 Musicians and 4 Instruments

MIMS (Music In Mortimer Street) is a collective term for the concerts that are held throughout the year. These concerts encompass a large range and variety of content – from swing band to classical trios, cathedral organists to choral groups, piano recitals to brass bands and offering all musical styles from Bach to Bacharach. The entrance to the United Church …

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