Day: October 3, 2018

Why should you go out and see live music? – Phill Thorne on the local music scene.

3rd October 2018

When Total Ashford first asked me to write a local music blog, I really didn’t know in which direction to take it. Should I write about venues, bands, the age-old argument of covers vs originals, festivals? Truth is I’m in a very fortunate position with my Saturday radio show (www.facebook.com/weekendashford) and with the work I’m […]

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Tonnes of waste illegally dumped at leisure complex – Kent Online

3rd October 2018

‘Owners of a leisure complex were hauled before a court after an investigation found 42,000 tonnes of waste had been illegally dumped at their site.’ Tonnes of waste illegally dumped at leisure complex  Kent Online Original story 

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Tenterden Folk Festival 2018

3rd October 2018

Tenterden Folk Festival 2018 Four days of folk song, music, dance, craft and traditions Thursday 4th October to Sunday 7th October 2018 Events at the festival include an English Barn Dance, concerts, sing-a-rounds, music sessions, folk clubs, special shows, a craft fair and street stalls, music stalls, free music and dance stages on the Recreation […]

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Original Ashford Market Gate Posts

Gates seen for first time in decades – Kent Online

3rd October 2018

Local historian Steve Salter’s recent article has certainly rekindled memories for me of the old market entrance. The article mentions that The iconic pillars, which were erected in 1878 by J U Bugler, will be displayed in the development to showcase the site’s history. Bugler’s foundry is mentioned on a plaque on the wall of […]

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