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Frank Lambert fined after bringing air rifle into work

A man who owns an air rifle later allegedly used to threaten a young woman in Herne Bay has been fined. Canterbury Magistrates Court heard that firearms enthusiast Frank Lambert, 43, took the rifle out of his car and brought it into the Shad curry house in William Street, where he works. Another man later allegedly pointed the gun into …

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Artist Bryan Smith to display work at Bay Art Gallery

AN artist who moved to Herne Bay just over two years ago is presenting his first solo exhibition of mixed-genre art this month. Bryan Smith’s acrylics and paintings will on show at the Bay Art Gallery from Wednesday to Sunday, April 22-26, from 10am-4pm. Bay Art Gallery is in William Street, Herne Bay, and entry to the exhibition is free.

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Herne Bay Museum: can you help as it moves into new era?

A new dawn for Herne Bay Museum The running of Herne Bay Museum is to be transferred from the city council to a trust. The local authority has agreed to transfer its operation to the Herne Bay Museum Trust, the charitable organisation formed after a series of meetings in the autumn. A report by the council said that the bid …

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Pair arrested after police discover unloaded air weapon in…

Google The alleged discovery was made in William Street, Herne Bay Comments (0) Two men have been arrested after police seized an unloaded air weapon in Herne Bay. Officers made the discovery in William Street on Friday (March 27). Frank George Lambert, 43, of Newnham Close, Gillingham, was subsequently charged with possessing a loaded/unloaded air weapon in a public place. Muhin …

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Lyons Solicitors in Herne Bay closed over ‘dishonesty’ fears and owner Michael Lyons suspended

A law firm has been forced to close after its owner was suspected of dishonesty which put clients at risk. Lyons Solicitors in William Street, Herne Bay, was closed with immediate effect last week after regulators intervened. Its owner Michael Lyons has been suspended pending an investigation by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Lyons Solicitors was based at 57, William Street, …

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Kris Searle plays Herne Bay gig to boost studio dream

Rocking for Herne Bay… Kris Searle and Carl Crane Comments (0) AN OFFICIAL Grammy-considered artist will debut two new songs at a fund-raising event for a music studio on Herne Bay Pier. Kris Searle, who grew up in Herne Bay but built a music business in LA, has moved back to his home town and set up Inspire U Records with …

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Decision day is looming for Museum Trust

Are the people of Herne Bay able to run their own museum? What might have seemed a protracted process to many will be resolved this spring when Canterbury City Council passes over control of the museum to an external organisation on April 1st. The move has not been supported by everyone in the town, but the change is nevertheless about to …

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Bun Penny: progress at last

Bun Penny pub sold for development The burnt out Bun Penny could soon rise from the ashes after it was sold for redevelopment. The derelict building – one of the town’s most complained about eyesores since it was gutted by fire in September 2011 – was under offer last month and the sale has now been formally completed. Estate agent …

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Fun day to open Herne Bay market

The new Herne Bay market will be officially opened this Saturday (7 June) by the Lord Mayor of Canterbury, Cllr Ann Taylor, as part of a fun day. The city council-run market in William Street and Mortimer Street is open from 8am, with live music from 10am and the opening ceremony at 11am. There will also be face painting, special …

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