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Missing dog Lucy reunited with owners

A lost dog has been reunited with her owners after two days running around Herne Bay. Lucy the beagle escaped from her garden in Gordon Road on Sunday, and managed to evade capture for more than 48 hours. She was spotted all over the town, from Pier Avenue to Canterbury Road, as well as in Greenhill and Herne. Despite several attempts to …

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Woman arrested after police search car

Comments (0) A WOMAN was arrested after a car was stopped and searched in Greenhill this evening (Sunday). The vehicle was stopped at the junction with Gilchrist Avenue and Rowland Drive at 8pm and two police cars were on the scene. Four people were in the car but only the woman was detained. A spokesman for Kent Police said: “Officers had …

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Water & Sewage

“Known areas at risk of flooding include Blean, Chestfield, the Gorrel Stream, Swalecliffe Brook, Westbrook, Plenty Brook, Stour, Little Stour and Nailbourne river.” [Draft Local Plan 7.32] The Council accepts that we have some known flood areas. “The infrastructure along the coastal lowlands with respect to foul and surface water drainage is nearing saturation despite improvement works.” [Draft Local Plan …

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Open Spaces

To implement the Council’s vision for the area, there will need to be a significant increase above the historic level of development in the area, both housing and employment space. There will also need to be a significant additional provision of open space of various types, proportionate to the level of other new development. [Draft Local Plan 1.51] The housing …

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Local Plan – Herne Bay, Greenhill

This is the site just south of Briary School.  There isn’t (yet) a detailed map, only the dotted pink outline on a larger map. This is shown below, where you can see the Greenhill site in relation to the Golf Club and Strode Farm sites.

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Greenhill residents pull together after vandals target cars

Residents of two roads in Greenhill, Herne Bay, have shown their community spirit after vandals went on a paint-spraying rampage. Between 10 and 12 cars parked in Chestnut Drive and Poplar Drive were sprayed with obscenities some time between 10.30pm on Thursday 29 December and 12.30am on Friday 30 December 2011. One car had its nearside front window smashed. PC …

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A tragically lonely death

A woman who died alone except for her pet parrot was left undiscovered for FIVE months. The woman, named locally as Laura Keevil, 47, of Rowland Drive in Greenhill, was last seen alive before Christmas. But it wasn't until May 12 that worried neighbours finally called police after spotting thousands of flies gathering at her upstairs window.

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Lottery machine would be just the ticket at shop

It’s a terrible shame that Camelot will not allow Mr Butters, owner, of Arkwrights grocery store in Greenhill a lottery terminal (Why Is Having A Ticket Machine Such A Lottery?, Letters, Herne Bay Gazette). The shop is a godsend for the local community, the majority being senior citizens. The nearest terminal is at a store at the roundabout on the …

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