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StruttsDevPlan Nov 25
Our team are delighted to bring to the market this rare opportunity. An important and handsome Grade II* listed building dating from 1725 in the heart of the city centre of . For more information, get in touch.
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Kentish tales and trivia Nov 22
1867 The Bell & Crown in is advertised for disposal. £300 incomings with a rent of £19, rising to £30pa.
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Kent Explorer 12m
It’s difficult to feel positive about anything right now, but seeing the beautiful Christmas lights in has cheered me up a bit, especially seeing the 14th century Westgate lit up.
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Matthew Arnold Nov 24
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Struck/Down Nov 25
Throwback to our album launch show last August. We still have a SALE on our Bandcamp page until the 30th of November!
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BoB Clubs 6h
BoB Member Spotlight Murray Sayers of P & P Windows, Double Glazing. Member of the BoB Club since Jan 2017
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Psa-photography Nov 22
Today’s theme is ‘somthing old’ so I present from my old stomping ground, cathedral in the stunning city of Canterbury
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BoB Clubs Nov 21
BoB Member Spotlight Vikkie Richmond of Pink Spaghetti PA Services Thanet and Canterbury, Virtual Assistant. Member of the BoB Club
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Kentish tales and trivia Nov 21
1863 John Howard, tramp, was charged with soliciting alms, in St. Georges-street, . He said he couldn't work having lost a finger. In custody, the bandages were removed, and the hand found to be quite perfect. He was discharged, on promising to leave the city.
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UKC Student Learning Advisory Service📚 Nov 19
One more day till it’s THE END OF THE WEEK 🥳 Join us *TODAY @ 14:00* for another session on ‘Referencing’ 💬 See you there 🎓
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BoB Clubs Nov 21
BoB Member Spotlight Carl Morris of Pestbusters East Kent, Pest Control. Member of the BoB Club since Jun 2019
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Kentish tales and trivia Nov 21
1932 An Occupational Centre founded at by the Mayor (Councillor F. Hooker) for the unemployed, was opened. The Centre is in Iron Bar Lane, and has been fitted out with carpentry and boot repairing benches and equipment, a canteen and recreational room.
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BoB Clubs Nov 24
BoB Member Spotlight Iain Hamnett of Vantage Business Support, Business Growth Specialist. Member of the BoB Club since Apr 2016
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Kentish tales and trivia Nov 18
1946 While in the dock for theft in Court, soldier Gerald Keep proposed to girlfriend Eileen Hall. She said yes, and he was bound over for 3 years
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John McCafferty Nov 23
23 Nov 1693: d. Non-juring Archbishop of William Sancroft in Fressingfield , having left in 1691 (ECC/StefanosK)
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LKD Nov 19
Sunrise on a cold and frosty Friday morning.
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Jackson-Stops Canterbury Nov 21
Old Waterway is a delightful and charming Grade II Listed characterful in nr. dating around the 17th Century well stocked gardens roll away to the Nailbourne water edge.
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BoB Clubs Nov 20
BoB Member Spotlight Gary Fogg of Project Signs UK Ltd, Signs, Vehicle Graphics & Exhibition Stands. Member of the BoB Club since Feb 2019
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Kentish Gazette Nov 20
Sneak peek at grammar school's £20m new build as opening approaches
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WW Martin Ltd Nov 24
Good luck to all of the FINALISTS in the Grand Final today! We will be watching the virtual awards ceremony. Fingers crossed for The Great Hall in the Leisure category for
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