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Powderdays @Temple Basin

Endelig kom det store “dumpet” vi hadde ventet så lenge på. En helt ny verden av renner og linjer var nå blitt mulig å kjøre på ski, og med to solskinnsdager som tilfeldigvis taff på en lørdag og søndag, var det bare å bite tenna sammen for å få kjørt mest mulig. 273 more words

Day 24 - October 24th - Canterbury

This morning we had a group excursion to Canterbury to visit the cathedral, do a bit of shopping and re-acquaint ourselves with a bit of civilisation. 477 more words

Wye The Flute?

Canterbury charity event running strong

This weekend hundreds will gather in Dane John Gardens, Canterbury, to raise money for local charity, Pilgrims Hospices. Entrants in Light Up the City (LUC) can choose to run, jog or walk three or five kilometres through the city at night. 296 more words


Local charity says Homelessness Prevention Strategy is 'nothing new'

By Sam Liddicoat

Homeless figures are hoping to be tackled with a new Homeless Prevention plan, set up by East Kent authorities.

Catching Lives… 251 more words


Canterbury Council reducing flood risk

By James Mercer

Canterbury Council is making a number of improvements across the district to help reduce flood risk after last years devastating floods.

Canterbury was hit by severe flooding in 2013 when the rivers Stour, Little Stour and Nailbourne burst their banks. 257 more words


Canterbury Local Plan raises opposition

by Rebecca Parker

@MagpieCM @kentcollective rebeccaparker93@gmail.com

Canterbury City Council is facing opposition to its local plan that intends to see 15,000 homes built by 2031. 340 more words


Westgate Hall reopens after being saved from demolition

By Douglas Adams

@dougy93 @kentcollective dadams10148@googlemail.com

The Westgate Hall, which opens onto the Pound Lane Car Park, was officially reopened today following a public lecture from TV Personality Griff Rhys Jones 246 more words