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Towns matter just as much as Canterbury

IN HER third letter on the subject of the proposed Barton Court school move, Mrs Eburne told us last week people in Herne Bay should realise the town was not the most important place in the district. In other words, when it comes to education (or anything else for that matter): the “posh” in Canterbury count, while us oiks in …

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Vote Herne Bay! Vote Duchamp!!

Vote for the Duchamp Festival in the Canterbury 4 Culture awards Herne Bay arts and culture lovers are being urged to vote for the town in the Canterbury 4 Culture awards. The Marcel Duchamp Festival has been nominated for four of the top accolades, and the public has their chance to vote in the category of People’s Award. Last summer …

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Canterbury spouts nonsense, Herne Bay fountain of wisdom. Nobody surprised.

#FUCCC Our Council’s Culture & Enterprise bureaucrats seem to think they know what Guardian readers are interested in (how?), but I put it to you, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, that Guardian journalists have a much clearer picture of what interests their readers. In fact, they’ve already said that they’ll be coming to Herne Bay to cover this summer’s …

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Surrealist threatened, undaunted

Independent Herne Bay candidate in county elections threatened with legal action by Canterbury City Council An Independent candidate in today’s county council elections has been threatened with possible legal action by Canterbury City Council. Steve Coombes, who is promoting a festival to mark the centenary of artist Marcel Duchamp’s visit to Herne Bay, was issued with a demand by the …

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Steve Coombes – head and heart present and correct

The good news is that we have THREE Independent candidates standing for Herne Bay in the KCC election. Regular readers will already have been introduced to John Moore and Stan Truelove. Now meet Steve Coombes – he’s got his head screwed on and his heart’s in the right place. What more could you want? He’s done all sorts of telly …

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