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Calls for the Bay to have own council grow louder

Town needs group to put views IS IT time to reclaim our Bay? That’s the question campaigners are asking this week after another Canterbury City Council decision was met with fury in the town. This time, it was the decision to block two-hour parking bays in the town, even though it was supported at a meeting of Bay councillors and …

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‘Owners must be forced to clean up eyesore pub’

Hundreds back petition for council to take legal action HUNDREDS of people have signed a petition calling for urgent action on the burnt-out Bun Penny. The pub has been an eyesore on the seafront since it was destroyed in an arson attack in September 2011, and despite officials declaring it was “a priority”, no improvements have been made. The campaign …

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Do something about this now

This petition calls for an urgent solution to the problem of the Bun Penny eyesore WE DEMAND action on the burnt-out Bun Penny. That is the message behind a new petition set up to urge council bosses to do something to tackle the eyesore of the former pub on Herne Bay seafront. It has been left to rot since it …

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Four flourishing firms

CHRISTMAS may be just a memory but the celebrations continue for Bay businesses with birthdays next month. The Activity Box and Berry’s Eatery will have both been in the town for three years, while A Bundle of Books and Pretty Green Vintage are marking the end of their first year in business. Liz Crudgington found out the secrets of successful …

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