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    Samantha Jones Photography

    Clare H said about: Samantha Jones Photography

    5 Stars

    Sam photographed our wedding in July. She met us before the day, to understand what we wanted from her on the day and to see the venue....

    Added August 2015

    Herne Bay Mobility

    Frances B said about: Herne Bay Mobility

    5 Stars

    Herne Mobility at Wealdon Wildlife Forest Park , Herne village , is a family run business which takes great care to get the right product for you, delivered quickly, and never "over sells"to vulnerable customers . They service and repair scooters on the premises....

    Added May 2014

    The Old Coach and Horses

    Axel F said about: The Old Coach and Horses

    5 Stars

    May 2013, Axel F. Excellent pub/restaurant....

    Added May 2013

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  • Olympic Torch Lights Up Canterbury!

    The Olympic Flame makes its way through Canterbury and surrounding areas.

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    You'd have to be a total Wombat to miss this year's Lounge On The Farm.....

    The 7th Lounge on the Farm festival taking place at Merton Farm, Canterbury

    Found In Culture

    Located In Canterbury

    BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe

    The BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe is here...

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    Located In Canterbury

    Invitation to the Preston Steam Rally (Wellies optional...)

    Venture out of the dry comfort of your house for a weekend of steam powered distraction!

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    Located In Canterbury

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