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Issue No 26 

Available from Wednesday, 
March 5,2008 




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ATAK STAND 50 

Visit the Association of Tourist Attractions in Kent 
(ATAK) at the Show and collect your copy of Best 
Places to Visit in Kent featuring details of over 40 
of Kent’s finest and most popular attractions, great 
for planning your next day out. 
www.kentattractions.co.uk 

BANK OF ENGLAND MUSEUM STAND 23 

The Museum tells the story of the Bank from its 
foundation by Royal Charter in 1694 to its role 
today as the nation's central bank. Interactive and 
audio visual displays that explain the Bank's 
current work sit alongside those which centre on its 
history and the development of its banknotes and 
architecture. 

www.bankofengland.co.uk/museum 

BEST WESTERN CHURCHILL HOTEL STAND 6 

The Best Western Churchill hotel on Dover’s 
Waterfront is a listed building set in a Regency 
Crescent boasting uninterrupted views over the 
English Channel. The hotel reflects elegance and 
charm and the newly re-launched restaurant is the 
perfect place for either an intimate meal or a large 
celebration, www.bw-churchillhotel.co.uk 

BROCKMANS TRAVEL STAND 31 

Established for over 30 years Brockmans Travel is 
an independent privately owned Travel Agents. Our 
independence allows us to have the freedom to 
book holidays with a complete range of travel 
service providers, unlike some holiday shops who 
are operator owned and may pressurize you to 
book with their preferred company. 
www.brockmanstravel.co.uk 

BUZZLINES STAND 47 

Buzzlines, is one of the largest independent coach 
operators in the South East. Priding ourselves on 
Personal Service & Professional Pride’ we offer a 
tremendous range of day excursions and holidays 
in the UK and Europe on modern, comfortable, 
high specification coaches. 
www.Buzzlinestravel.co.uk 


CHILSTON PARK STAND 27 

Chilston Park has been rated in the top 200 hotels 
in the country and has been awarded four red stars 
by the AA for exceptional quality of 
accommodation and service. Dating back to the 
17th Century, this Grade 1 listed country house is 
set in 23 acres of rolling countryside. 
www.handpicked.co.uk/chilstonpark 

THE CO- OPERATIVE TRAVEL STAND 7 

At the Co-operative Travel save up to £500 off your 
Cruise per booking. We will not be beaten on price. 
Pop into our branches in the Kent area 
www.travelcarecruise.co.uk 

COSTA CRUISING STAND 26 

When you step aboard a Costa ship you enter a 
world of elegance and style, luxury and comfort, 
superb service and exquisite cuisine - all served 
with a twist of Italian charm. It’s a world that will 
take you to a galaxy of glorious destinations, where 
the pleasure of sailing with Costa Cruises 
combines with beautiful scenery to produce a 
holiday to remember. 
www.costacruises.co.uk 

CROSSKEYS COACHES STAND 30A 

Based in Folkestone, Kent and running coaches for 
the past 31 years, Crosskeys has built a first class 
working relationship with its own dedicated clients 
and major tour operators. Our modern fleet of 
coaches offer Airport and Ferry transfers, UK and 
European Day Excursions and Holidays, School 
and Educational Events and Private Hire to meet 
the groups needs, www.crosskeys.uk.com 

CROWHURST PARK STAND 11 

An award winning Sussex holiday park with self 
catering log cabins, pine lodge accommodation to 
rent, and luxury caravan holiday homes for sale; 
situated in the heart of the county’s countryside. 
www.crowhurstpark.co.uk. 

CUNARD LINE STAND 4 

Cunard Line is one of the world's most recognised 
brand names with a classic British heritage. If travel 
is meant to be savored, then crossing the oceans 
should be a majestic experience, not merely a hop 
across the pond. For travelers of this persuasion, 
only one name evokes the pleasures of a golden 
era: Cunard Line, www.cunardline.com 


DISCOVER FOLKESTONE STAND 14 

'Discover Folkestone, Hythe and Romney Marsh' is 
the brand name of the not-for-profit organisation 
set up by Folkestone Town Centre Management 
which is tasked with tourism marketing, and which 
is supported by Kent County Council, Shepway 
District Council, Folkestone Town Council and the 
business community. We produce an annual guide 
which provides information for visitors about 
accommodation, attractions and things to do. 
www.discoverfolkestone.co.uk 

DISCOVER GRAVESHAM STAND 46 

Resting place of Pocahontas and home of Charles 
Dickens, this Thames-side borough is noted for its 
defence heritage, exceptional countryside, marshes 
and villages. Experience the Discover Gravesham 
Heritage Festival, 17 May to 1 June 2008. The 
festival programme appeals to all ages and is 
available at our stand. 
www.discovergravesham.co.uk 

DISCOVER JERSEY STAND 41 

New for Manston this season we are offering flight 
only and fantastic package deals direct to Jersey 
every Saturday from 10th May to 6th September. 

EAGLE HEIGHTS WILDLIFE PARK STAND 3 

One of the UK's largest bird of prey centres, with a 
collection of approximately 150 raptors. Flying 
demonstrations take place throughout the day. 
There is an increasing collection of reptiles and 
mammals and new, this year, is an African 
Experience with Savannah the Cheetah Cub. For 
detailed information please do visit our website: 
www.eagleheights.co.uk 

ENGLISH HERITAGE STAND 8 

English Heritage sites in Kent include Dover and 
Deal Castles, Walmer Castle and Gardens, home to 
The Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, Richborough 
Roman Fort and St Augustine’s Abbey in 
Canterbury. Weddings can be booked at Dover, 
Walmer and Deal Castles for a spectacular 
backdrop in your wedding photographs. 
www.english-heritage.org.uk 

FAVERSHAM ENTERPRISE STAND 58 

PARTNERS 

Faversham a quirky Medieval Market Town, 
surrounded by a satisfying mix of rich downlands , 
captivating villages, intriguing marshes . For 
enriching short stays and family days out 
Faversham has an unparalleled collection of local 
restaurants and attractionswww.faversham.org 

FRED OLSEN CRUISE LINES STAND 44 

Visit the Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ stand and hear 
all about Balmoral - latest addition to the fleet - 
offering cruises from Dover, and fly/cruises to the 
Caribbean and Mediterranean from Gatwick and 
Stansted. www.fredolsencruises.co. u k 

GO APE STAND 51 

Go Ape! High Wire Forest Adventure - Courses 
nationwide including Bedgebury Forest and Leeds 
Castle (NEW for 2008), Kent. Ideal for friends and 
families, you’ll share around three exciting hours of 
fun, adventure and challenge going ape high up in 
the tree tops! Book online or call 0845 643 9215. 
For Corporate packages call 0845 643 9314. 
www.goape.co.uk 


GO CRUISE STAND 21 

We at GoCruise are totally committed to helping 
you find your perfect cruise holiday. We are 
dedicated to providing honest impartial advice and 
the best possible prices to ensure your cruise 
offers excellent value for money. We are widely 
traveled and have first hand experience of cruising 
on most cruise lines. Personal Service at a very 
competitive price.' We Deliver your Dreams'. 
www.gocruise.co.uk/royandmargaretj 

GROOMBRIDGE PLACE STAND 66 

Groombridge Place features a series of 
magnificent, traditional walled gardens - set 
against the backdrop of a 17th century moated 
manor. In the ancient woodland of the ‘Enchanted 
Forest’ there’s mystery, innovation and excitement 
for all ages, plus Bird of Prey flying displays, and 
canal boat cruises. Licensed restaurant, picnic area 
and gift shop. Great value family tickets. Special 
Events. Tel: 01892 861444. 
www.groombridge.co.uk 

HEART OF KENT STAND 12 

The Heart of Kent is centred around the towns and 
villages of Ashford, Maidstone, Sevenoaks, 
Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.lt’s home to some 
of Kent’s most splendid castles and stately homes 
- Leeds and Hever Castles, Ightham Mote, Knole 
and Chartwell and boasts some of the best 
gardens - Sissinghurst, Godinton, Penshurst Place, 
Scotney and Hole Park, www.visitheartofkent.com 

HEVER CASTLE STAND 64 

Fun for all the family, at this 13th century moated 
castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. 
Including beautiful furniture, paintings, and 
tapestries. Magnificent gardens with 30 acres of 
classical and natural landscape, boating lake, 
fountains, cascades, topiary, yew maze, water 
maze. Miniature Model Houses, Adventure 
playground, shops and restaurants. 
www.hevercastle.co.uk 

THE HISTORIC DOCKYARD STAND 52 

Visit the stunning 80 acre site and discover over 
400 years of maritime history as you explore the 
most complete dockyard of the Age of Sail and 
‘meet’ characters from the past as our costumed 
guides bring this spectacular maritime heritage site 
alive! www.thedockyard.co.uk 

HOLIDAY INN HOTELS STAND 24 

Whether it is business or leisure in Kent why not 
stay at a Holiday Inn Hotel. We cover all your 
needs in all the key locations in Kent if its the 
Castle and Gardens you want or the 02 for the 
latest concerts we have a hotel to suit you needs 
www.holiday-inn.co.uk 

HYTHE IMPERIAL HOTEL STAND 40 

Built in 1880 and situated in 50 acres of golf course 
and gardens on the seafront of the historic Cinque 
Port of Hythe, the 100 bedroom Mercure Hythe 
Imperial Hotel and Spa can cater for weekends 
away, functions, weddings and conferences. It is 
an ideal spot from which to take a stroll along the 
seafront or to explore the beautiful Kent 
countryside. 
www.mercure-uk.com 



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March 5,2008 


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The girls of the 1st Lydd Brownies held a pink-and-purple party dress party to celebrate their troop's 
first birthday. Brown Owl Donna Walker-Hudson said the Brownies had chosen the theme of the party 
themselves. "The girls all had a really good time - there was lots of food and lots of dancing," said 
Donna after all the festivities had died down. 


A COUNTY politician has accused 
Shepway council of running a “bogus 
enquiry” into his behaviour after he 
was censured by the district authority 

Christopher Capon, the Tory KCC representa¬ 
tive for Hythe, described the 
process that saw him cen¬ 
sured by Shepway’s stan¬ 
dards committee panel last 
month as lacking “natural 
justice”. 

“They conducted a bogus 
enquiry - Shepway District 
Council has got a lot to 
answer for,” he said. 

Cllr Capon accused the 
standards panel of ignoring | 
a pre-hearing report which 
had found in his favour, 
instead choosing to hear 
new evidence in private. 

“Fresh evidence should 
have been seen by me, which it wasn’t - you can 
almost call that a kangaroo court.” 

“There have been definite irregularities - the 
hearing was meant to be heard in public, and 
they heard evidence in private - which is totally 
against the rules. 

“They decided to hear the pre-hearing report 
knowing full well that the author of the report 
was not able to attend the hearing.” 

The standards committee panel found that Cllr 
Capon had breached three articles of the code of 
conduct for councillors over remarks he made 
about Hythe town clerk Judith McCormick at a 
council meeting on September 21, 2006. 

The panel found that Cllr Capon had failed to 
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No blissful 
end to fire 
service row 


■ BY ROB LIVINGSTONE 


SHEPWAY council leader 
Robert Bliss has told of his 
disappointment over cuts at 
Folkestone fire station. 

The comments by Cllr Bliss, who is 
also the Conservative leader for Shep- 
way, came amid claims from his polit¬ 
ical opponents that his party had sold 
the town down the river. 

The reduction in staffing numbers 
and the loss of a specialist extended 
turntable vehicle and a second fire 
engine had been fiercely opposed by 
Folkestone residents during the pub¬ 
lic consultation. 

Members of the Fire Authority 
voted to approve the cuts, which were 
proposed as part of the Fire Service’s 
risk management plan in February 

Cllr Bliss said Shepway council 
had spoken out against the cutbacks 
during the public consultation. 

He said: “We questioned the risk 
analysis the Fire Authority had car¬ 
ried out, highlighting the issues that 
make Folkestone unique.” 

Cllr Bliss believes the town 
deserves to keep its level of cover. 

He said: “We believe we made 
a strong case for keeping this cover 
and I am very disappointed we were 
not successful in convincing the 
authority of our case. 

‘We said it then, and we will say it 
again, that a diminished service will 
mean an increased risk to life - this 
risk may be marginal, but it is not 
acceptable.” 

But Cllr Lynne Beaumont, leader 
of the Liberal Democrats in Shep¬ 
way, said she was astonished by the 
version of events put forward by Cllr 
Bliss. 

“He needs reminding that it was 
the Conservative Party who voted for 
the cuts en-masse. They all put their 
hands in the air and they all voted 
for this to happen,” she said. 

“I don’t think ‘disappointed’ quite 
cuts it on this one - I hope he is 
disappointed with his Conservative 
colleagues who voted for this to 



CUTBACKS: Cllr Robert Bliss says he spoke 
out against a reduction of town's fire services 


happen. It is far too little and it is 
far too late.” 

Cllr Beaumont said she was now 
severely concerned for the safety of 
the town. 

“I was looking out of my window 
when Operation Stack was on and I 
was thinking ‘Don’t let there be a fire 
in a tall building in Folkestone now’.” 

April Fool’s Day had come early to 
Folkestone fire station this year, said 
Cllr Beaumont. 

‘We were told that all of these 
cuts would happen on April 1 - 
the turntable ladder left Folkestone 
four days after the decision was 
made,” she said. 

“It was taken from Folkestone for 
‘training purposes’ and it won’t be 
coming back.” 


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IN BRIEF 

Pensioner attacked 
in her own home 

A VICIOUS fraudster assaulted an 
88-year-old woman after she refused to 
let him in her house. 

The man claimed he was from Swale 
Gas and needed to check the pensioner’s 
water boiler at 10.15am on Thursday, 
February 28, in Sandgate Road. 

When the woman challenged him to 
produce identification he pushed her to 
the ground before running away 

The man is white, about 5ft 2in with a 
slim build, aged 30-35, with a grey, un¬ 
healthy complexion and long, thin face. 

He was wearing a dark woolly hat 
and a dark padded jacket and was car¬ 
rying a navy-blue rucksack. 

If you have information, phone Det 
Sgt Chris Gurney on 01303 850055 or 
Kent Crimestoppers on 0800 555111. 

Councillor rages 
at district censure 

CONTINUED FROM FRONT 

treat Mrs McCormick with respect, 
and that his actions were likely to 
compromise the impartiality of the 
town clerk. 

They also found that Cllr Capon had 
acted in a manner which could be 
regarded as bringing his office and 
authority into disrepute. 

The censure comes after a long- 
delayed investigation into complaints 
made by Liberal Democrat councillor 
Neil Matthews on behalf of Hythe 
Town Council. 

Cllr Mathews, who was then Hythe 
town mayor, made the complaint to 
the Standards Board for England, the 
regulatory board for local govern¬ 
ment, which referred it to the stan¬ 
dards committee at SDC. 

Cllr Matthews, who is now a parish 
councillor in Hythe, said: “Censure is 
the only option available, but I think 
it is significant as it sends a signal 
that this type of behaviour belongs to 
the past.” 

In a statement Mrs McCormick said 
that she regretted that it had taken so 
long to resolve the matter but thought 
that the investigation had been con¬ 
ducted thoroughly 

“In my opinion, the hearing was 
held in a very fair, transparent and 
equitable manner,” she said. 

“I consider that the shadow had now 
been lifted and it is time for all those 
involved to concentrate on the issues, 
both great and small, which matter to 
the people of this town.” 

A Shepway council spokesman said: 
“Cllr Capon has the right to apply for 
permission to appeal to the Adjud¬ 
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Boars go wild in woods 



A HOG'S LIFE: Wild boars were hunted to extinction in the UK in the 1700s, but storms have led to escapes from farms and there are colonies now roaming the woods of Kent 


Return of the 
native as farm 
escapes enjoy 
life on the trot 

■ BY NICK AMES 


ACCORDING to legend, the last 
wild boar in England died pinned 
to the lance of King James I some 
time in the 17th century. 

And a century or so earlier one of the fero¬ 
cious beast almost gored Henry VIII to death. 

The animals were hunted to extinction cen¬ 
turies ago as their habitat vanished - but now 
they are back. 

Colonies exist in woods across the county 
with concentrations near the villages of 
Wittersham in the Weald and Oxney on 
Romney Marsh. 

Others have been spotted near Hythe and 
along the North Downs. 

The storms of 1989 gave the countryside 
back its boars, with escapees from farms which 
produced boar sausages taking to the wild. 

One tree crashed through a fence at a farm 
near Tenterden, leading to an influx into 
woods around the Weald. 

Since then the population has exploded and 
experts say it is not likely to decrease. 

One of the first people to realise the change in 
the natural order of mammals was Derek 
Harman, who lives in the village of Wittersham. 

He has since track the animals across the 
county and obtained amazing close shots of 
them in the wild, which can be seen on 
www.yourkenttv.co.uk. 


He said: “I first got interested when my wife 
told me she had seen a pig in the middle of the 
road. I said that can’t be true as no farmers 
around her keep pigs - but she said it wasn’t 
a farm animal. 

“She described it as big, black and hairy so I 
had to take a look. 

“At first I saw nothing - but then I shone a 
spotlight and there it was - a wild boar.” 

Derek called a farmer who he knew kept the 
animals but was told to mind his own business. 

“It was then I decided - I’d prove once and 
for all that they exist,” he said. 

At first no-one wanted to know - not the 


ministry, the media, no-one. They all just said 
it’s another ‘Beast of Bodmin’.” 

But gradually, the existence of the boars was 
acknowledged and Derek filmed the animals 
from a specially-constructed hide in a tree. 

“The animals have a great sense of smell 
and their hearing is good,” he said. “ But if you 
are above them they do not spot you. Their 
eyesight is poor and their field of vision limit¬ 
ed by their muscular make up - they cannot 
really raise their heads. 

“You can see evidence of them all over the 
woods near where I live. You can see where 
they have been rutting and feeding. 


“There are also holes in the fence where they 
have broken through.” 

The animals are very strong and can move 
extremely quickly and such was their reputa¬ 
tion for ferocity in Celtic times they were 
revered as the symbol of war. 

“I had one particular encounter which 
alarmed me,” said Derek. “It was with an 
aggressive looking male. 

“He actually chased me up a tree - it’s sur¬ 
prising how quickly you can get off the ground 
when you risk being charged by an animals 
which uses tusks to fight its own kind, some¬ 
times to the death.” 


Hunt for garage thief 

A BURGLAR is targeting garages to 
steal food from freezers, say police. 

More than £1,000 worth of food and 
drink has been taken from six garages 
across Folkestone since January 29. 

Nothing else is believed to have been tak¬ 
ing during the break-ins, which all occurred 
in the early hours of the day. 

Hunger cannot be ruled out as a 
motive, said a police spokesman. 

“This is a little bit bizarre, to say the 
least - the burglar’s motives are not yet 
known, but hunger cannot be ruled out.” 

Police are advising residents to make 
their garages as secure as possible. 

Phone police on 01303 850055, or Kent 
Crimestoppers on 0800 555111. 


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Getting all military up as the 
Leas is turned into a war zone 


Man attacked pair 
and vandalised cars 


A COURT has heard how thug 
Thomas Ottewill headbutted a 
17-year-old and then hit him with 
a fence-plank during a vicious 
attack. 

Shocked Folkestone magistrates 
heard how the 27-year-old head¬ 
butted the young lad, who was try¬ 
ing to protect a younger friend. 

The youth ended up with cuts 
across his head, while Ottewill 
was given a 135-day jail sentence 
for assault. 

Ottewill, of Pavilion Court, 
Folkestone, admitted the attack 
and criminally damaging two 
BMW cars. 

Alison Girden, prosecuting, said 
a group of men, including Otte¬ 
will, ambushed the pair as they 
ran along an alley near Aero¬ 
drome Road in Hawkinge. 

She said: “One man came up 
and headbutted the youth for no 
reason. Then, with the other men, 
he tore down a fence, which they 
laid on top of the youth and start¬ 
ed jumping on. 

“Then he hit the youth in the 
jaw and said that was for his 
mum. This was a nasty attack on 
the youth, who had two cuts and 
could taste blood in his mouth.” 


■ BY IAN READ 


Some months later, Ottewill was 
seen on CCTV running a door 
key along two cars in Folkestone 
town centre. 

He caused £1,000 damage to one 
BMW and £800 to another. 

The youth identified Ottewill 
as his attacker and the TV images 
clearly showed him damaging 
the vehicles. 

Martin Archbold, defending, 
said none of the other men in¬ 
volved in the attack on the youth 
had ever been charged. 

Ottewill accepted he punched 
and kicked the youth but said he 
had been drunk when he did it. 

Sentencing him, chairman of 
the bench Jane Brown said: 
“This was a vicious attack on a 
young victim and was aggravat¬ 
ed because you were part of a 
group. 

“Because of the nature of this 
attack we have no alternative but 
to send you to prison. 

‘We have departed from sen¬ 
tencing guidelines because of the 
viciousness of the assault and the 
age of the victim.” 



South Kent College 
Wednesday 5th March 
3pm - 7pm 


Ashford - Dover - Folkestone 

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but all are welcome 

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NEWS I N BRIEF 

Festival will celebrate 
town's different faces 

FOLKESTONE’S Nepalese community 
will be one of many groups taking part 
in this year’s multicultural festival. 

Musicians and dancers from Native 
American and South African groups will 
also be joining the four-day festival, 
which will see street theatre, arts and 
craft stalls being held around the town. 

Festival organisers hope to repeat the 
success of last year’s inaugural festival, 
which saw an estimated 20,000 visitors. 

Event organiser Barbara Witham said: 
“Last year’s event was a tremendous 
success. 

“We would like to hear from local 
groups with experience in the perform¬ 
ing arts - singers, dancers, poets, story¬ 
tellers and so on - who would like to par¬ 
ticipate in some way.” 

'Ihe aim of the festival is to raise 
awareness and celebrate all the aspects 
of Folkestone’s society through enter¬ 
taining and educational events. 

For more information, phone 01303 
850522 

Arrests as police target 
street drug dealers 

DRUG crime has taken a hammering, 
with police making seven arrests as part 
of their Rat On A Rat campaign. 

The operation targeted street dealing in 
the area around Dover Road and Harbour 
Way in Folkestone and also involved five 
raids on houses in Folkestone and Hythe. 

Insp Ivan Pickering said public sup¬ 
port had been crucial to the success. 

“Neighbourhood policing teams and 
PCSOs have built up a good rapport 
with local people, who are fed up with 
having drugs in their area and want us 
to tackle the problem” 

You can phone the Rat On A Rat hot¬ 
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Up-and-coming singer Beth Rowley will be wowing music 
fans when she plays a set at Folkestone's Leas Cliff Hall. 

Beth r who is supporting David Gray on March 21 r will 
be bringing her five-piece band and own brand of soul to 
the town as part of her first tour outside London. 

Her debut album, Little Dreamer, is due to be released 
on May 26 and has already been attracting praise from 
throughout the music industry. 

Described as captivating and unique, with a warm, 
understated sound, Beth is on the verge of national 
stardom. 

She trained at the Brighton Institute of Modern Music 
and cites a diverse range of influences behind her music. 

"1 grew up with my dad playing guitar and old Woody 
Guthrie vinyl," she said. 

"I'm influenced by a lot of bluegrass, gospel, soul, jazz 
and country, so my music has moments of them all. 

"It is all of them and something else, something 
personal." 

A Leas Cliff Hall spokesman said: "We are delighted 
that Beth is coming to Folkestone - it is really exciting 
for the town's music scene." 


How I gave up drink 
and got my life back 


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■ BY ROB LIVINGSTONE 

A RECOVERING alcoholic has told 
how going to Alcoholics Anonymous 
meetings saved his life. 

‘Jim’ has been sober for 14 years and says 
that without the support of the AA he would 
not be alive today. 

Jim, who moved to Folkestone four years ago, 
was, in anyone’s book, a heavy drinker. 

“At the end of the 25 years I was drinking a 
bottle of whisky or vodka, a dozen cans of 
McEwan’s Export, and cider in one day. 

“Once I picked up that first drink I didn’t 
know when to stop. I wanted more - and more 
was never enough. 

“I was always planning for my next drink, my 
next dozen cans or my next bottle of vodka - I 
was never happy with what I had. 

“If I only had half a bottle of vodka left, I 
would be panicking - where is my next drink 
coming from?” 


And Jim’s drinking was hurting his family. “I 
didn’t see it the time, but it badly affected my 
family,” he said. 

“I was never there - out of 24 years of mar¬ 
riage to my late wife I was drunk for 17 of them. 

“I started drinking when I was 18 and stop¬ 
ped just before my 43rd birthday. 

“I was working at the time and living in a bed¬ 
sit because I used to get put out of the house a lot. 

“When my daughter got married, I was told 
that I wasn’t going to the wedding while I was 
drinking, but I got sober and was allowed to go 
and I gave her away. 

“It was the same when my son went to uni¬ 
versity, but when I was drinking I didn’t care 
for my family -1 didn’t care for anybody. 

“I had very few friends, my hygiene was well 
gone, and I couldn’t shave because of my shak¬ 
ing hands. 

“I didn’t want to live, but I didn’t want to die.” 

Now, however, things have changed and at 
the beginning of February Jim celebrated 14 
years of sobriety. 


“It was only after my daughter rang up 
Alcoholics Anonymous that I went for help,” he 
said. “I didn’t stay the first time, I didn’t get the 
message. I couldn’t accept I was an alcoholic, I 
couldn’t say the word. 

“I didn’t think I had a problem, so I carried on 
for another year, and I lost another year in 
blackouts. 

“I thought T work hard, I deserve a little 
drink, leave me alone’.” 

“I have got remarried in the AA, I passed my 
driving test in the AA, and I drove from 
Scotland down to England six months later.” 

Now living in Folkestone and working in the 
district, Jim feels his life is worth living. 

“I have done things today that I planned 30 
years ago in a pub that never happened then, 
but they have happened now. 

“The meetings mean there is always someone 
to talk to, and that can make the difference.” 

For details of AA meetings in Shepway, phone 
01227 455557, or alternatively you can visit 
www.alcoholics-anon 3 nnous.org.uk. 


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REFUND: Brian Lamb has been battling for decades with the Inland Revenue, but so far he is no nearer to victory 


My 26-year 
wait for a 
tax refund 


■ BY ROB LIVINGSTONE 

A SEMI-RETIRED pensioner has 
spoken of his frustration at wait¬ 
ing 26 years for a National Insur¬ 
ance refund. 

Brian Lamb, 70, of Earls Avenue, Folke¬ 
stone, says he applied for an exemption on 
his self-employed earnings in 1980. 

On the advice of an official at the Folke¬ 
stone office of the then Department of Health 
and Social Security, which he says he visited 
in March of that year, Mr Lamb paid £132.50 
in National Insurance contributions over 21 
weeks as he waited for the Inland Revenue 
to provide a tax assessment. 

Mr Lamb had expected to receive a refund 
once his tax assessment showed his work as 
a self-employed alternative health therapist 
was making a loss. 

But when he finally got the assessment 
back from the Inland Revenue he was told 
there was a 13-week limit on refunds... 
which he had missed. 

“As far as I was concerned I had been given 
misleading advice,” said Mr Lamb. 

“I was then told they had no record of my 
visit to their office in the March of that year.” 

An Ombudsman’s report could not uphold 


Mr Lamb’s subsequent complaint because no 
evidence could be found that he had visited 
the Folkestone branch of the DHSS. 

“Because I could not objectively prove that 
I had visited the office, I was assumed to be 
guilty until proven innocent,” said Mr Lamb. 

“It seems that their rules and procedures 
are for their benefit and not the people they 
deal with.” 

Mr Lamb says he did not blame the official 
who he says told him he would need a tax 
assessment to be eligible for the exemption. 

“You can’t blame the people, but you can 
blame the system,” he said. “I have no prob¬ 
lem with paying tax or National Insurance.” 

“I did my national service in Libya - I 
know what a Third World country looks like 
and we are very lucky to have the instit¬ 
utions that we do in this country. 

“I do, however, advise people to get every¬ 
thing confirmed in writing when dealing with 
the Department for Work and Pensions.” 

A spokesman for the HM Revenue & 
Customs, the department which now han¬ 
dles National Insurance contributions, said 
Mr Lamb’s case would have been investigat¬ 
ed if the complaint to the Ombudsman had 
been sustained. 

“We take any complaint seriously, and we 
certainly would look at the case if the com¬ 
plaint had been upheld.” 


Kinetic sound art 
that fills the room 

Artist Max Eastley is fascinated by the way 
sound is created by moving forms and environ¬ 
mental forces such as wind and water. 

His kinetic sound art is being featured at 
Folkestone’s Metropole Galleries and it ani¬ 
mates the room in an unusual way. 

An innovative pioneer in the field of audio-art, 
Eastley’s work features movement of wires and 
objects across such surfaces as wood and stone, 
all creating sound which fills the room. 

Eastley is most famous for his Ice Field sound 
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IN BRIEF 

Opposition calls for 
councillors to resign 

THE pressure is mounting on beleaguered 
Tory councillor Linda Oliver after she missed 
a key council meeting. 

As reported in Yourshepway, Cllr Oliver, who 
represents Hythe West, had been urged to 
resign after moving 180 miles away to Bath. 

Now the clamour for her to step down has 
grown following her absence from Shepway 
council’s full meeting on Thursday, February 
21 , which debated the tax and budget plans 
for the next financial year. 

Lib-Dem councillor Tim Prater called on 
Cllr Oliver and her husband John, who is a 
Hythe town councillor, to resign. 

‘You cannot live 180 miles from Hythe and 
properly represent the area,” he said. 

‘Hythe West deserves proper representation. 
It is a disgrace that the Conservatives are 
allowing the Olivers to keep their seats and 
denying residents the opportunity to elect 
local people to represent them. 

“The Hythe Conservative Party should be 
ashamed. In short, the Olivers should 
resign.” 


Retired train driver was 
a drink-driver in his car 

FORMER train driver Michael Maunsell’s 
motoring career hit the buffers when police 
spotted his front headlight wasn’t working 
and he was over the drink-drive limit. 

Mr Maunsell, 77, of Damley Close, 
Folkestone, was stopped in Bouverie Road West 
after he had been to a friend’s birthday party. 

When he was breath-tested at Folkestone 
police station he had 52 mg of alcohol in 100 
millilitres of his breath. The limit is 35 mg of 
alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. 

Folkestone magistrates fined him £80, 
banned him from driving for a year and 
ordered him to pay £60 costs plus £15 victim 
surcharge. 

Cash boost will mean free 
children's sports events 

FOLKESTONE will have three new sports 
programmes for children, thanks to a dona¬ 
tion by the town council. 

It has given £3,600 to the Charlton Athletic 
Community Scheme to fund training ses¬ 
sions at Brabner Park, St Mary’s playing 
fields and Radnor Park. 

Entry is free and the new programmes will 
begin at the end of March. 

Charlton Athletic already runs free training 
sessions between 6.30pm-8pm on Wednes¬ 
days at St Mary’s playing fields and from 
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Disco Inferno 9 8.00pm 


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LDN Wrestling 5.00pm 

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Sunday 4th 

Rock for Africa Concert 7.30pm 

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One Night of Queen 7.30pm 

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The event will see thousands of people across 
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The team is asking people to join in with them 
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Other Green Month projects include presenter 
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using public transport to get to work. 

In Shepway, the team plans to visit Dungeness 
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Presenter James Heming and P&O Ferries 
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Q 


Jell us a bit about yourself 


A I came from a large, creative family. I spent 
my childhood growing up in a rambling 
house in London with my five siblings, where 
I was allowed plenty of freedom to explore and 
seek out lost treasures to which I often attrib¬ 
uted my own stories. 

My nurturing nature and love of the com¬ 
pany of small children led me into a teaching 
career - in fact, my happiest days were spent 
as a teacher at Gad’s Hill School, near 
Rochester. 

I love working with children. I am always in 
awe of how they perceive and understand their 
world - their spontaneity, enthusiasm and 
imagination is both incredible and infectious. 

The child’s innate creativity, their wonderful 
sense of imagination, is something that should 
be encouraged and explored. 

For many children the world can be a bleak 
and lonely place, but art can help in restoring 
lost hopes, in building self-esteem and confi¬ 
dence. I am currently involved in Along The 
Line, a series of environmental art workshops 
at Samphire Hoe, between Folkestone and 
Dover. 

I have an inquisitive and gentle nature, but I 
am fiercely driven by my art, gaining an hon¬ 
ours degree in fine art at KIAD, Canterbury. 

My dedication should be evident from the 
fact that, only three years after becoming a pro¬ 
fessional artist, I have orchestrated this huge 
arts-funded project which is about, and for, the 
people of and visitors to Folkestone. 


Q 


What made you become an artist? 


A I was anxious for adventure, challenge and 
discovery, so I embarked on a four-year 
retraining programme to become a profession¬ 
al artist. I sold my house and moved to 
Folkestone looking to escape. 


a 


What drew you to Folkestone? 


A I have always loved the sea. I had visited 
Folkestone on a few occasions and loved 
the area known as The Warren - its wild 
nature appealed to me. I ran my first art work¬ 
shop for children in the Old High Street and 
met people in the Creative Foundation. 


Q 


What do you think of efforts to regenerate the town? 


A lt is of great importance that the regener¬ 
ation of any area takes into account and 
respects the views and emotions of the commu¬ 
nity - it should be about them and for them. I 
am worried that many important remnants of 
the past may be obliterated. Having completed 
different pieces of work on or about Folkestone 
Harbour station, I am heartbroken the station 
will disappear. I believe aspects of the past 
should be allowed to co-exist alongside the new. 

I spend a lot of time talking to the people of 
Folkestone and to regular visitors - many have 
bemoaned the loss of the Saturday market and 
said this was a reason for coming to Folkestone. 
I feel the local community need a sense of 


purpose in their lives, such as employment, 
and some locals believe the regeneration is 
doing nothing for the rest of the community. 


Q 


What inspires you artistically? 


A I am inspired by personal stories that 
reveal themselves in found objects, such as 
in derelict buildings, stations, ports, hotels, cot¬ 
ton mills, World War One letters, old docu¬ 
ments and photos. I feel nourished by the pres¬ 
ence of the sea, with its untamed nature and 
promise of distant shores. I enjoy reading and 
writing poetry and have been much influenced 
by WG Sebald and Walter Benjamin. 


Q Do you think Folkestone's regeneration would be 
possible without a strong artistic influence? 

A I am not sure on this point, but I believe 
the Creative Foundation was hugely influ¬ 
ential to the regeneration project of Folke¬ 
stone. It was the necessary kick-start. 


Q 


What are your plans for 2008? 


A longside 3RDFLOOR318,1 have been busy 
researching another hotel. I am passionate 
about working with the archive, turning sites 
of history into sites of memory. I am working 
on a piece of art referencing those who lost 
their lives in WWI called 90 Years. I have also 
started on a book for young children, which 
will have an unusual form of illustration. 


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Sports reporter David Pritchard spent Sunday preparing for 
an assault on the London Marathon next month with a 20-mile 
run up and down the hills of Thanet. He explains what drives 
him on and why, for a few hours, he'll be part of sport's elite. 


“MY name is David Pritchard and I am 
a jogger.” They say admitting you have 
a problem is the best way to conquering 
your addiction, so I guess that’s the first 
hurdle cleared. 

I am coming clean because since October I have 
given up several evenings a week, plus most of my 
weekends, to running. It is all in the name of 
preparation for one big day out in April when I will 
join around 45,000 others attempting to complete 
the London Marathon. 

The question is, why do so many otherwise 
apparently sane people commit themselves to six 
months of painful, exhausting training, all so they 
can run for hours on end around the capital? 

Are we all mad? 

The thought did cross my mind more than once 
on Sunday as I plodded my way round the Thanet 
20-mile course with 500 others, most of whom were 
using it as a training race for London. 

Granted it was a nice day to be outside, and the 
fact I had run 20 miles before some people had got 
out of bed did make me feel undeniably smug, but 
there must be better ways to see Ramsgate? 

Nevertheless, as I write with limbs still aching 
from the exertions, I believe I have stumbled on the 
reason we put ourselves through all this agony. 

Some good-hearted souls may do it to raise 
money for worthy causes, but I think for the 
majority - including myself - this is a positive by¬ 
product rather than the main motivation. 

Instead, my theory is we do it to live out our 


sporting fantasies. That may sound a little odd, but 
stay with me, I’m going somewhere with this. 

You see, while most sport-loving people grow up 
with dreams of scoring a cup final winner or 
Olympic gold, sadly for all but a chosen few, 
at some point we have to admit defeat and get back 
to reality. 

However, running the marathon allows us to 
revive those hopes and transforms us into sporting 
stars for the day. 

We get to run on the same course at the same 
time as some of the world’s best athletes, cheered 
on by almost a million spectators, with everything 
beamed live across the world. 

It’s like having a kick-around at Wembley just 
after the FA Cup final, playing a round at St 
Andrews during golfs Open Championship, or 
driving your old banger around Silverstone during 
the British Grand Prix. 

Sure we are never going to win and the only way 
we are likely to get on TV is if we are dressed as a 
deep sea diver or Marilyn Monroe (at this point I 
would like to make it clear I will be doing neither), 
but that’s not the point. 

In exchange for a few months’ lonely slog around 
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At least that’s my excuse for not kicking the 
habit and I’m sticking to it. 

• David is attempting to raise £1,500 for Cardiac Risk in the 
Young by completing the London Marathon. If you would 
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Tory health chief backing our 
campaign to wipe out infection 


I BY JENNA PUDELEK 


SHADOW Health Secretary 
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care centres across Kent. 

The message is simple - WASH YOUR 
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He also visited Kent and Sussex Hospital in 
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Asked whether he would back KOS Media’s 
campaign, he said: ‘Yes absolutely, I think the 
public need to be aware that control of infection 
is something we can all play our part in.” 

He said killer bugs could live in the commu¬ 
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“People have to start thinking about 
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Deaths from the superbug C diff rose 72 per 
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yourshepwayblogger 

Each week we get a mystery writer to air their views on living in the district of Shepway... 



Time the silent majority's 
noisy leaders just shut up 


I HAVE never had much time for 
people who claim to speak for silent 
majorities. 

Their motives are always suspect, and they 
are all too quick to remind you that they speak 
for an estimated amount of the population - and 
it is down to your percentages against theirs. 

It is bad enough when the representatives of 
the masses turn out to be just a greedy sales¬ 
man that are trying to get you to acquiesce into 
buying something that you don’t need, or worse 
still giving up something that you do. 

“The silent majority want us to turn our 
rivers into toxic sludge/expand our airport/ 
charge a fortune for carrying out substandard 
services that should be free. 

“Believe me -1 have talked to them all.” 

But when two religions are bickering over ‘no- 
go zones’ and ‘Sharia law’ and blasting out the 
call to prayer over a giant sound system when 
there are these things called text messages, any 
sane person starts to feel like they have front 
row seats at the end of the world. 


My problem with the representatives of all 
religions is that as soon as they meet you, you 
can see in their eyes that they are making a 
judgment - believer or non-believer? 

Will they welcome you like a long-lost family 
member or will they pretend that you don’t exist? 

The French philosopher Michael Foucault 
believed that once you have labelled someone 
as different, and treat them as such, then they 
will inevitably start to behave in a way that con¬ 
firms your preconceptions. 

Once you start distinguishing people as dif¬ 
ferent you can start treating them as different, 
or, more precisely, as inferior. 

Once you have decided that someone is inferi¬ 
or, that their point of view is irrelevant and the 
silent majority cannot tolerate them anymore, 
then it is effectively open season to do as you will. 

This is the main reason why the law should be 
secular, free from the taint of organised religion 
- solely concerned with facts, not perceptions. 

Anything else can only result in one law for 
the true believers and a damn good kicking for 
those dirty heretics. 


But the very worst offenders for claiming the 
support of the silent majority are politicians. 

Disgraced US President Richard Nixon 
coined the modem use of the term when he 
asked the American nation to support his esca¬ 
lation of the Vietnam War. Nixon said: “So 
tonight to you, the great silent majority of my 
fellow Americans, I ask for your support.” 

And our own leaders are not above appropri¬ 
ating support from the voiceless. 

By chickening out of calling an election last 
autumn, Prime Minister Gordon Brown decid¬ 
ed that, until he had to, he would govern with 
the consent of the silent majority. 

In his seminal work, V for Vendetta, Alan 
Moore said: “That’s the thing about silent majori¬ 
ties, one loud noise and the silence is broken.” 

Maybe then we can get back to Homer’s (the 
poet, not the cartoon character) original use of 
term - the dead are the ultimate silent majority. 
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Outgoing, funny, young-looking female, 
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HAPPY TIMES 

35yr old woman, looking to share happy 
moments with a loving, caring guy, 
around 35-40. Does that sound like you? 
Box 435380© 

ROMANCE IS ALIVE 
Divorced, lively mum, 35, GSOH, I enjoy 
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SECOND THAT EMOTION 
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TRUST MATTERS 
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TRAVEL HAPPY 
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someone who could make me laugh, for 
possible relationship Box 434372 © Q 


SECURE FUTURE 

Honest, caring lady, attractive, from 
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5ft6, with a GSOH, many interests, 
clubs, cooking, cosy nights. Looking for 
stocky male, 3545. Box 424364 © Q 

READ ME!! 

Lovely single Mum, 38, 5ft4, blonde, 
slim, loves socialising, good fun and 
chatty, WLTM similar male for fun and 
laughter, maybe leading to LTR. Box 
372889 O O_ 

THE EYES HAVE IT 
Attractive, trendy, outgoing, warm 
female, 30, dark brown eyes are a big 
feature, curvy but slim, like country pubs 
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Box 403299 OQ_ 

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38yr old single mum, slim, long hair, love 
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Black female, 38 years old, 5ft2, likes 
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Bubbly 40yr old female, enjoys beaches, 
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male to share fun times with. Box 
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NEVER SAY NEVER 

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HAPPY NATURE 
42yr old outgoing female, 5’4”, brown 
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Box 814378 ©Q 

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get in touch and let’s learn more! Box 
437381 O 

A FINE ROMANCE 
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blue/green eyes, grown up children, 
beach walks, relaxing, reading, wining, 
seeks sincere male with GSOH, for LTR. 
Box 429071 © _ 

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LOOKING FORWARD TO 
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walks, socialising, enjoys eating out, cin- 
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IT’S WHAT YOU MAKE OF IT! 

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Maidstone Box 413448 O_ 

DON’T PASS ME BY 
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5'4”, GSOH, enjoys socialising, pubs, 
music, eating in/out, own home/car, 
smoker, looking for honest man 44-55, 
who enjoys life. Box 823441 © Q 

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OQ_ 

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ALL THAT I NEED 
Young-looking, slim, attractive female, 

48, fun-loving & outgoing, N/S, GSOH, 
love music, holidays, going out & staying 
in, seeks similar man, 42-50. Aylesford. 
Box 428833 © 

READY TO START AGAIN 

Hi, I’m Sue, 48,5’2”, dark hair/eyes, 
divorced, hard-working, WLTM compati¬ 
ble male, stocky build, for good times, 
possibly LTR. Box 432992 ©_ 

LOVE CANNOT BE BOUGHT 

Happy, fit, youthful 48yr old single mum, 
OHAC, very good sense of humour. 

Likes all the normal social things. Very 
honest. Seeking sincere, stable, solvent 
man. Box 895929 O _ 

AM I THE 1? 

48yr old, 5’5”, dark hair, hazel eyes, likes 
dancing, music, cinema, days/nights out, 
would like to share some good times & 
fun. Box 901027 QQ_ 

BRIGHTON UP MY WORLD 
Loving and loyal 49yr old female, GSOH, 
enjoys walking, countryside, cinema, the¬ 
atre, pubs, restaurants, music, travel, 
seeks sincere and loving male between 
48-56 for friendship. Box 909974 © 

STOP THE SHAKES! 

Hello, 49yr old female, 5ft3, blonde, 
nervous! outgoing, love music, socialis¬ 
ing, simple things in life, seeking a male 
to look after and settle down with. Box 
436633 © 

DIG DEEPER 

Genuine, friendly female, 49, likes walks, 
gardening, nights in/out, seeking gen¬ 
uine, friendly male, 45-55. Dover Box 
435441 © 

SHE’S THE ONE! 

Young-at-heart female, 48, medium 
build, 5ft2, dark hair, blue eyes, GSOH, 
very active, likes clubs and dining out, 
seeks someone with similar interests 
Box 435098 ©_ 

FRIENDS FIRST 
New to the area, I’m female, 50, with 
blonde hair/blue eyes, 5ft7. Seeking 
nice, outgoing guy who likes meals out, 
travel, nights in, cinema. Box 436962 © 

FUNNY GIRL 

Petite, blonde female, 50, GSOH, likes 
music, books, films, cooking, looking for 
romantic soulmate, 40-55, for TLC. Kent. 
Box 835181 OQ _ 

ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT? 

Loyal, bubbly and affectionate, attractive 
lady, 51, dark hair, enjoy clubs, nights in, 
love animals, seeking a like-minded gent 
for happiness. Box 433585 ©_ 

BIG HEART 

New to the area, I’m female, 50, with 
blonde hair/blue eyes, 5ft7. Seeking 
nice, outgoing guy who likes meals out, 
travel, nights in, cinema. Box 437028 © 

PUTTER IN YOUR HANDS! 

Sporty female, 50, Hastings-based, 5’8”, 
blonde/blue, enjoys golf, walking, social¬ 
ising, eating in/out, WLTM fun-loving, 
kind, sporty male, 48-60,5T0”+, to 
share life. Box 165367 © 

COUNTING ON YOU 
Lonely, honest lady, 52, enjoy walks, 
cycling, travel, WLTM sociable gent to 
share interests and possibly leading to 
LTR. Box 399420© 

LOOKING FOR MY 
SOULMATE AGAIN 
Hello, I’m 53,5ft11, green eyes, greying 
hair, a widow, been hurt badly recently 
so looking for my soulmate. I enjoy 
walks, socialising... Box 437251 © 

IF AT FIRST YOU 
DON’T SUCCEED... 

Hello, I’m 53,5ft11, brown eyes, grey 
hair, a widow, been hurt badly recently 
so looking for my soulmate. I enjoy 
walks, socialising and more. Box 436991 
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easygoing, GSOH, enjoys reading, films 
and a glass of wine! seeking like-minded 
male, Deal area, for friendship, perhaps 
more! Box 896568 O_ 

FRIENDS FIRST 

Sincere female, 57, caring, separated, I 
enjoy nights in/out, reading, walking, 
various activities, just separated for a 
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THINGS IN LIFE 
Divorced female, 50s, 5ft4, own home, 
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LIKE TO ENJOY LIFE 
Happy-go-lucky female, 57, likes nice 
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Young, 57yr old modern female widow, 
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seeking honest, reliable man for friend¬ 
ship, love, affection and TLC. Box 
920739 O_ 

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Hi I’m Jackie, 58, 5ft6, blue eyes, fun- 

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love horses, seeking male 58-65 who 

loves music and animals to be my soul- 

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PUT SPARK INTO LIFE 

Happy, contented solvent lady, 59, N/S, 
living in the country near Hythe, seeks 
gentleman of similar disposition and 
means. Box 897822 © Q_ 

PLANT THE SEEDS 
Classy, intelligent, divorced, attractive 
lady, 59, slim, active; enjoys travel, walk¬ 
ing holidays, sport, gardening. WLTM 
sincere, intelligent gentleman initially for 
friendship, more. Box 910138 © 

THE FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT 
Widowed woman, 61, no ties, positive 
outlook, kind nature with GSOH, like the 
usual things and would like to find a 
male counterpart. Box 431210 _ 

DON’T PASS ME BY 
Young 61 year old, 5ft3, medium build, 
brown hair/eyes, very happy-go-lucky, 
likes dancing, walks, eating in/out. I’m 
very adaptable, looking for a LTR. 
Margate Box 434424 ©_ 

KEEEEP DANCIN! 

Brunette lady, 61, looking for a LTR, 
friendship first, any age considered. 
Interests: dancing walking, socialising, 
cuddling! Margate. Box 432246 O 

HAVE A GIGGLE WITH ME 
65yr old young-at-heart widow, 5ft5, 
slim, GSOH, enjoys golf, theatre, music, 
reading and more, WLTM kind, honest 
male for friendship, possibly more. Box 
436430© 

LADY IN WAITING 

Caring, loyal, young-at-heart lady, 65, 

5ft, blonde, looking for someone nice, 
friendly, who likes eating out, restaurants, 
holidays, for company. Box 899242 


Women 

seeking women^ 


SNAP ME UP 

Attractive, feminine female, 37, petite, 
professional, thoughtful, witty, enjoys 
socialising, travel, dancing, seeks simi¬ 
lar, genuine female, for friendship/rela¬ 
tionship Rochester Box 411186 f w 
PASSIONATE SCORPIO 
Cuddly, buxom female, 46, blue eyes, 
very feminine, loves music, animals, 
reading, writing, stars, very genuine, 
meals in/out, seeking boyish female, 
who’s loving and caring Box 433152 © 



MEN’S SPOTLIGHT 


RESTORE MY LOVE 

Hi, I’m 27, 5ft8, brown hair, blue eyes, 
GSOH, love going out, cinema, watch¬ 
ing shows, like to restore classic cars, 
seeking similar female for love. Box 
437615© 

COMPLETE ME 

Attractive male, 28, blue eyes/dark hair, 
seeks loving, genuine female, 18-45, for 
friendship/romance. Box 363468 © 

START AGAIN! 

Been out the game a while, now looking 
to pass go! Fun-loving, easygoing and 
adaptable guy, 31, honest and caring, 
bit of a romantic! Box 895527 © Q 

THE WEIGHT OF ROMANCE 
Honest 36yr old, 6ft5, muscular build, 
dark hair, good-looking, N/S, 1 daughter, 
enjoys a drink, weight-training, wildlife, 
reading, fishing, seeking curvy female 
for friendship... Box 437414 © Q 

GENUINE GUY 
SEEKS GENUINE GAL 
Hello girls, I’m 34, a single Dad, blue 
eyes, cropped hair, 5ft8, love pubs, TV, 
film, wine, films and sofas, WLTM gen- 
uine lady for love. Box 437437 © 

LET’S ENJOY LIFE 


36yr old male, 5ft10, dark 
features/hair/eyes, loves cinema, eating 
out, motorsports, works full time, WLTM 
similar lady to enjoy going out and being 
together with Box 437441 © Q 


HERE I AM 

m Stuart, 36,6ft6, short dark hair, 
stocky build, love squash, badminton, 
swimming, the gym, theatre, seeking a 
fun-loving, nice lady for loyalty and love. 
Box 437106 0_ 

BRING ME SUNSHINE 
Friendly male, 36 years old, 6ft2, dark 
hair, likes running. Divorced dad of 2, 
seeking someone special Box 434712 

THANKS FOR LOOKING! 

36yr old adventurous male, 5ft10, slim, 
athletic, loves sports, cycling, tri-athlons, 
seeking similar active female with 
GSOH for socialising, drinks, films, 
meals and more. Box 437499 © Q 

THIS IS ME 

Funny male, 35, blue eyes/blond, medi¬ 
um build, likes football, meals out, coun- 
try walks. Box 388035_ 

LOVE THE ONE YOU’RE WITH 

Attractive, caring man, 37, loyal, genuine, 
down-to-earth, from East Kent, many 
interests, it’s about who you’re with, not 
what you’re doing. Box 423435 © 

A SMILE IS THE MOST 
IMPORTANT THING 


Slim 37yr old male, 6ft, a carpenter, a 
loving dad, outgoing, fun-loving, hobbies 
include, reading cooking, anything not 
sitting down seeking smiling lady for 
love. Box 437434 ©_ 

TAKE THE BAIT 


I’m Gordon, 37, looking for a female 
who might enjoy pubs, clubs, sports and 
fishing, for friendship, fun, and possibly 
a relationship. Box 437628 ©_ 

QUITE A CATCH 
36yr old father, funny, easy-to-be-with, 
honest, sincere, seeking fun, sensual, 
sassy lady for fun-loving relationship, 
maybe something special? Box 895705 


YIN AND YANG 

Yet another single man, 37, looking for 
the right kind of female to be my coun¬ 
terpart! Give us a call and we’ll see. Box 
896232 ©IQ ~» ' ‘J 

FIRST-TIMER, BE GENTLE! 
Attractive male, 37, medium build, likes 
countryside, travel, children, animals, 
pubs, WLTM female, 25-35, slim-medi¬ 
um, with similar interests for fun, friend- 
ship/serious relationship. Box 435731 © 

REAL MAN 

36yr old honest, kind, caring male, 
blond, 6ft, like walks, cinema, nights 
in/out, enjoy family life, WLTM like-mind- 
ed, genuine female. Box 430440 © Q 

FANCY THIS 

Jason, 38,5ft8, likes meals out, pubs, 
cinema, cycling, seeks genuine female 
for friendship, good times. Box 433326 © 

FORECAST? 

38yr old male with brown hair, big smile, 
big heart, and big personality seeks car¬ 
ing and affectionate lady for love in all 
weather! Box 434270 _ 

MOVING ON 

I’m 38, 5ft8, medium/stocky, 2 children, 
love bike rides, swimming, walks, pubs, 
seeking female for fun, friendship, and 
to start new life with! Box 436381 O 

R U 4 ME? 

Down to earth and loyal guy, 36, looking 
for companionship, leading to a long¬ 
term relationship. Enjoys meals out, 
good company & conversation, cosy 
evenings in. Box 914917 © Q 


MOVE CLOSER 

Friendly male, 37, enjoys the usual 
things in life, seeks curvy, nice female, 
for friendship and more. Box 359467 © 

WHAT’S INSIDE THAT COUNTS 

Fun-loving, faithful, caring man (39), 
looking for the right woman, single par¬ 
ents welcome. I enjoy family life, and 
have lots of love and TLC to give. Box 
436642 ©_ 

QUALITY TIME 

Interests: music, cinema, cosy nights in, 
looking for a woman to have fun with. I’m 
divorced, 39yrs old, and hoping for com- 
panionship. Box 436878 _ 

TLC TO GIVE 

Lots of love to give, I’m a 39yr old guy, 
5ft8, medium build, looking for TLC with 
a nice woman. Box 437569 O_ 

STRIKE THE RIGHT NOTE 
I’m 39, slim, 5ft10,1 love walking the 
dogs, sports, socialising with friends, cin¬ 
emas, pubs, clubs, live music, travel, 
seeking N/S female 30-45 with GSOH 
Box43ff 6§ O 

A SPARKLE 

Hi, I’m a down-2-earth male, 40,57”, 
medium build, green eyes, loves out¬ 
doors, sports, beach walks etc, WLTM 
an out-going female for good times. Box 
899004 ©_ 

ASHFORD MAN 

Attractive guy, nice to be with, laid back, 
I’m 41,5ft9, medium/stocky build, brown 
hair. Own business and home, enjoys 
walks, pubs, wine, restaurants, cinema 
Box 430286 O_ 

MUSIC OF MY MIND 
43yr old male, 5ft11, fair-grey hair, love 
photography, reading, music, fishing, 
country walks, WLTM like-minded ladies 
for meeting up and conversation, maybe 
more. Box 437365 O_ 

BLUE-EYED BOY 
Loving male, 41, dark hair, blue eyes, 
5’6”, likes cinema, beach walks, bowling, 
music, holidays, theatre, seeks female, 
35-52, for a happy relationship. Box 
437574 © 

WAITING FOR YOU 

Hi ladies, I’m 43, dark-haired, blue eyes, 
5ft6, slim-medium build, active, loving, I 
love holidays, theatre, beach walks, 
meals, if you’re interested please get in 
touch. Box 437534 © 

LOVING RELATIONSHIP 
Loving guy, in Ashford. I’m 43, and have 
dark hair/blue eyes, medium build. I 
enjoy theatre, holidays, cinema, beach 
walks, music, bowling. Box 437557 © 

MISS THIS MISS OUT 
43yr old happy-go-lucky male, dark hair, 
like theatre, beach walks, restaurants, 
looking for loving, warm female for last- 
ing relationship. Box 437561 ©_ 

WE CAN BE HEROES... 

Handsome male, 43, slim, good-looking, 
enjoys music, cinema, nights in with a 
glass of wine, seeks attractive, kind, car¬ 
ing female, 30-45, for fun/friendship/rela- 
tionship, maybe more Box 367907 © 

BIG DEAL IN DEAL 
Warm, tactile male, 42,6ft, likes socialis¬ 
ing, pubs, clubs, cosy nights in, seeks 
like minded female, for friendship, lead- 
ing to more. Box 388967 ©_ 

SAME AGAIN 

Genuine, black male 41,5’10”, own 
home/car, loves meals in & out, cosy 
nights in, WLTM similar female, any 
race, for friendship and love. Box 
390882_ 

AVERAGE JOE 

SEEKS AVERAGE JO 

I’m 45,5ft10, medium build, blue eyes, 

shaved head, like having fun, a laugh, 

love music and film, seeking a female 

25-48 for romance. Box 435737 © Q 

MIX N MATCH 

Young-at-heart 44yr old male, blond hair, 
blue eyes, easy-going nature, likes eat¬ 
ing out, music, cinema etc, WLTM 
adventurous, witty, fit female for possible 
LTR. Box 432940 © 

ON YOUR MARKS... 

45yr old caring, considerate male, enjoy 
entertaining people, love sports, WLTM a 
young, bubbly woman for happiness. 

Box 437588 © 


SOMEONE TO LOVE 

Good-looking male, 47, VGSOH, medi¬ 
um build, varied interests, looking for 
friendship and love with honest, easy¬ 
going female with GSOH, kids not a 
problem. Box 898446 © 

ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR! 
Youthful dad, 45, 5’10”, brown hair, med 
build, divorcee, likes pubs, cinema, 
restaurants, theme parks, WLTM female, 
36-4S, stim, for LTR. Box 737529 © 

MADE FOR YOU 
50yr old male, 6ft, short hair, I love the 
cinema, walks, going out, pubbing, 
seeking female, GSOH, for like-minded 
conversation... Box 437486 O Q 

LIKE A LAUGH AND A JOKE 
Young 51, good-looking, young-looking, 
N/S, GSOH, fit, slim, romantic, solvent, 
caring, likes most things in life; 
food/wine etc, seeking genuine lady to 
share life with Box 434593 O _ 

WALK WITH ME 
Country-loving fellah, 51, a widower, 
medium build/height, and a GSOH. I 
love animals and have 1 dog. I like 
walks, and meals out. Box 427761 © 

SOUL 2 SOUL 

Genuine, kind, sensitive, professional, 
understanding male, 53, divorced, look¬ 
ing for like-minded woman to share fun 
and memorable times. Box 895708 © 

LOVE IS THE KEY 
Professional male, 53,5’5”, love music, 
photography, WLTM romantic, 
slim/medium build woman for friendship, 
love and romance. Box 409837 © 

LOOK NO FURTHER 
Alan, 53yr old widower, medium build, 
own home/car, would like to meet sin¬ 
cere, genuine woman, interested in gar¬ 
dening, motorbikes, pubs/social drinking. 
Box 900317 © 

LIVE LIFE TO THE FULL 
I’m 6ft3, 58, I’m very-young-at-heart and 
very active, fit, WLTM that special lady 
to share life with, who’s open-minded 
and genuine like me. Box 437496 

CHEER ME UP 

Passionate, fun-loving male, 57, WLTM 
curvaceous, good-looking female, 40-60, 
for nice times and romantic nights out. 
ELLIE from Medway leave no. again, 
having trouble connecting! Box 400561 O 

PASSION FOR FASHION 
Easygoing male, 58, 5ft8, fair hair, medi¬ 
um build, likes soul music, exercise, nice 
restaurants, looking for the sparkle back 
in my life Box 426298 O _ 

TAKE A RIDE ON MY HARLEY 
I’m 63,1 like animals and riding on my 
Harley, looking for a lady who likes to 
enjoy life, enjoys drinks and the country- 
side. Box 437612 ©_ 

DOVER SOUL 

Easygoing, fun male, 68yr old widower, 
GSOH, looking for a nice, bubbly female 
to share outings and maybe more 
together. Dover. Box 414847 ©_ 

CAN LONELINESS BE CURED? 

71 yr old retired male, down2earth, very 
active, funny and fit, loves staying 
healthy and exploring, seeking similar 
adventurous lady for lasting companion¬ 
ship. Box 437329 © 

Men 

seeking men 

MUTUAL ATTRACTION 

36 year old man, 5ft10, blue eyes, 
shaved head, enjoys pubs, clubs, stay¬ 
ing in, looking for a loyal male, to have 
fun times with. Box 430380_ 

THE LONG & WINDING ROAD 

40yr old male, 6ft2, short dark brown hair, 
blue eyes, 17st, seeking broad-minded, 
outgoing male, for fun, friendship, see 
where it takes us. Box 436407 © 

INTERESTED? 

Good guy, looking for male, 35-50. I’m 
40, green eyes, dark hair, average build. 

I enjoy pubs, music, cinema, dining 
in/out. Box 436613 O _ 

ROUND AND ROUND 
Shy 52yr old male with GSOH and fun- 
loving personality is seeking an attrac¬ 
tive male with similar traits for lasting 
love. Box 437548 O 



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ROSY 

ALEXANDER 

Rosy Alexander is 
the longest-serving 
police press officer 
in Kent. She covers 
Ashford and 
Romney Marsh. 



You are the longest-serving police press officer in 
the county - what stands out from that time? 

I joined Kent police in March 1999 and my first big 
project was the preparations for the millennium: we had 
pages of contingency plans if the dreaded millennium bug 
actually bit and cyberspace imploded. 

I also enjoy the Horsmonden horse fair every 
September. It's a good day out with horses and unlimited 
bacon butties. 

One of the most memorable jobs was the so-called ring 
road rapist. I had been covering an evening policing event 
and returned to the station in Ashford at about 11.30pm, 
expecting a quick cup of tea with the officers and then to 
head home. Instead we had a report of a young girl being 
snatched and raped in Stanhope. It was huge story, and 
held the interest of the media for many weeks. 

What changes have you seen while with the police? 

The biggest changes have been in area reorganisation 
and the impact this has had on media officers. When I 
joined, Kent was divided into nine policing areas and the 
Weald stretched from Cranbrook to New Romney - an 
area the size of Bedfordshire! Added to that, there were 
only five area press officers, and HQ media services was 
run by Mark Pugash, with two press officers and a 
secretary. Now there are six policing areas, and each has 
two press officers. Corporate communications at HQ has 
also expanded and Kent has one of the best corporate 
communications departments in the country. 

What is it like working as a press officer for the 
county's police force? 

This is the best job I have had. Every day is different. The 
rewards are huge, not least because I'm able to redress 
the balance when the police get hammered in the press. 
Public opinion is very fickle and led by headlines. I know 
the officers in south Kent work hard and are dedicated to 
their jobs. I am proud to work alongside them. 


Will tax-payers 
be reimbursed? 

Last month Kent County Council 
stated on television that the 
Government owed it £10 million 
and it has been waiting for this 
cash for an unreasonable length 
of time. 

This huge amount is owed 
because of the cost of schooling 
a large amount of immigrant 
children - and in consequence 
some of our taxes will rise by at 
least four per cent. 

Some may say that’s not a 
huge increase, but with many 
pensioners on fixed incomes, 
and with massive food and fuel 
increases and higher parking 
fees, our standard of living is in 
ever-quickening decline. 

If, or when, this government 
pays up, will we receive 
retribution in any form? 

This is a huge problem of 
Labour’s making, but we pay for 
its incompetence. 

You can bet MPs don’t have to 
wait forever for their expenses. 

On a brighter note, at least we 
have the best libraries (and staff) 
in the country. 

David Kane 
Deal 

Airport plans are 
from a dim past 

So Zaher Dier at Lydd airport is 
“quietly confident” of getting the 
go-ahead for his plans after 
employing a few more people 
(last week’s Yourshepway). 

In my, and I suspect the vast 
majority of residents’, view, this 
is just the latest sweetener to try 
to get council approval. 

Last year we saw people being 


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sacked and Mr Deir complaining 
about the planning delays... 
much the same ploy in reverse. 

The fact remains, though, that 
it is not just “some residents and 
pressure groups” who are putting 
hurdles in the way - but the 
great majority of them. 

Indeed the plans have 


consistently been opposed by up 
to 3:1 of the local population, and 
the number of opposing groups 
mounts almost every week. 

In January, Ashford Borough 
Council, for example, was so 
impressed by a pilot’s pro-Lydd 
spin that it promptly and 
unanimously voted against the 


plans. This joined British 
Energy’s and the Kent Downs 
AONB’s objections. 

Finally, any move to approve 
the plans by Shepway would 
send a very clear signal that it - 
like the Government in its recent 
aviation trade deal - does not 
take climate change seriously. 

I would point out, however, that 
even on the map of the new trade 
deal plans, neither Lydd nor 
Manston appear to be included, 
which would seem to show that 
the Government doesn’t think 
much of either’s potential for 
expansion. 

As the great Sir David 
Attenborough might say: “That 
world [Lydd’s past] is gone - we 
must do everything we can to act 
against climate change now or 
face the consequences.” 

I suggest Mr Deir pulls out 
now, to help us all have a clean, 
green future rather than a grim 
one. 

Ray Duff 
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Send the problem 
back to France 

SO he’s a mayor, but then he’s a 
Frenchy, isn’t he, so we have no 
love lost (last week’s Yourdover). 

OK, Mr Henin, in which 
century are you living? The 
attraction is Britain, a fact that 
says a lot about France, not least 
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Go ahead and build your centre 
for asylum con artists, and 
remember most travel via France 
and its underground people factory. 

But when in France, they get 
nothing anyway and even Paris 
streets are awash with them. 

So please don’t try to dictate to us, 
especially those who know the score, 
because the asylum scam has gone 
on far too long. 

We can only hope that, after time, 
reality will be established and we 
turn every asylum seeker coming 
via France back to France. 

After all, the law is simple - they 
enter France first, so they are 
France’s responsibility, not ours in 
Britain. 

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Deal 

ID cards help Big 
Brother watch us 

Question: Do your windows have 
curtains, blinds, nets? Do you draw 
them at night? 

Why? Mainly to protect your 
privacy - you may not have 
anything to hide, but some things 
are simply private, nobody else’s 
business. 

It is the same with all of your 
most personal life: you may 
occasionally need to reveal some 
details to officials for specific 
purposes but do not want to have 
your personal life on public display. 

This is the essence of the case 
against the proposed national ID 
card and the identity database that 
will sit behind it - and potentially 
be linked to many others. 

It is not just another harmless bit 
of plastic in your wallet. It will 


change the nature of UK citizenship 
and fundamentally shift the balance 
of power from the citizen to the 
state. 

Showing ID will become an 
everyday part of British life. Your 
life will be open to inspection by 
thousands of bureaucrats. 

ID will give ever more ‘reasons’ to 
‘check’ people. Demands for ID for 
everyday activities will grow. You 
face being finger-printed, eye- 
scanned and ‘tagged’ like a criminal. 

More than 50 categories of 
“registrable fact” are set out in the 
ID Card Act, and they could be 
added to. Total lifelong surveillance. 

Any errors will be your 
responsibility. What happens when 
the scanners fail, or there’s a 
mistake? 

Why? Countering terrorism, illegal 
immigration, benefit and identity 
fraud are the reasons given. 

ID does not establish intention. 
There is no link between ID card 
use and terrorist atrocities. 

People will still enter Britain 
using foreign documents, genuine or 
forged. 

ID cards are no more deterrent 
than passports and visas. False 
identity is a mere estimated 2.5 per 
cent of benefit fraud. 

As for identity fraud, collection of 
data by the Government and its 
easy transmission between 
departments will create vast new 
opportunities for data theft, putting 
us more at risk. 

If your PIN is stolen, you can 
change it - but not your fingerprint 
or DNA. 

Some data protection still exists. 
However, consultations are already 
ongoing to allow more data sharing, 
which means promises of safeguards 
cannot be taken seriously - and the 
police have been given powers to 


obtain most records. 

Can governments be trusted with 
all this sensitive information? No! 

As proved beyond doubt by recent 
events. 

Then there’s cost. The original 
estimate of £5.8 million is looking 
silly. We shall be charged (a lot) for 
our cards and changes to 
information; the cost of e-passports 
has already rocketed. 

The bandwagon is being pushed 
by hi-tech companies which are 
making vast amounts of (taxpayers’) 
money from providing equipment 
and (poorly functioning) computers 
to run biometric ID systems. 

Beware signing up to what we call 
‘Trojan horses’ because they are ID 
by default that could end up linked 
to that database, as will e-passports 
and driving licences. 

They are the NHS database, the 
Contact Point children’s database 
and even bus passes that are really 
multi-purpose entitlement cards. 

The N02ID campaign seeks the 
repeal of the ID Cards Act and by 
alerting people to the threats to 
liberty to restrict the harm caused 
in the meantime. 

The N02ID Pledge has just been 
launched as a legal way for people 
to declare their refusal to comply. 

Information is available at 
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details for local branches in Dover/ 
Folkestone, Canterbury and Thanet. 

I write this wearing an old 
sweatshirt that I acquired some 
years ago while a DJ on the 
legendary Radio Caroline as its ship 
was stranded in Dover’s Wellington 
Dock. 

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to be more appropriate now than 
ever: ‘1984 Arrived A Little Late’. 

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■ BY ROB LIVINGSTONE 


PUPILS from five of Shepway’s 
schools took to the kitchen for the 
Folkestone Junior Chef Compe¬ 
tition at South Kent College on 
Wednesday last week. 

The impressive facilities of the college’s 
catering department were the setting for the 
efforts of the nine competitors from Brockhill 
Park School, Castle Hill Community School, 
the Folkestone School for Girls, the Harvey 
Grammar School and Pent Valley Technology 
College. 

The young chefs prepared their gourmet 
meals under the watchful eyes of a panel of 
judges led by Paul Hagger, the proprietor of 
Paul’s Restaurant in Bouverie Road West, 
before the winner was announced in a cere¬ 
mony in front of 40 members of Folkestone’s 
Rotary Club. 

Brockhill Park School pupil Samantha 
Byrne, 16, was declared this year’s winner and 
presented with the Griffiths Memorial Cup 
and a cheque from the Rotary Club. 

The two runners-up were Hannah Gar¬ 
dener, 11, from the Folkestone School for Girls, 
and Lauren Shrewsbury, 14, from Pent Valley 
Technology College. 

Samantha said she was surprised that her 
dish of pan-fried chicken on a bed of piri-piri 
rice with tomato salsa source had won her the 
title of Folkestone Junior Chef of the year. 

“Anyone could have won - it was a one-in- 
nine chance,” she said 

“I chose the recipe especially for the competi¬ 
tion. I have been practicing and really like it.” 

Paul Hagger was impressed with the stan¬ 
dards of professionalism from all of this year’s 
entrants. 


“I think they are great, I think they have all 
done really well,” he said. 

“Some of the girls here, especially Sam, have 
got really good knife skills and one of the lads 
was cooking with fish and it has arrived unfil¬ 
leted, so he had to do that before he had even 
started. 

“We asked him if he needed any help, he said 
he didn’t and he just got on and did it - he has 
done a really good job.” 

Presenting the award, Rotary Club presi¬ 
dent Roger Joyce said it was good to see such 
a high level of support for the pupils. 


“It just shows how popular this event has 
become and shows how important it is to give 
young people the opportunity to cook in 
schools if they are interested in cooking - it is 
really fantastic.” 

Ann-Marie Jones, one of the judges and 
learning manager for Catering at South Kent 
College, said she had high hopes for the next 
culinary generation. 

“It is fabulous to see the kitchens being used 
in this way - the students have worked really 
hard and it is good to see the chefs of the 
future coming through here.” 


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■ BY GARETH ARNOLD 


WITH heartfelt lyrics and intricate 
guitar work, do-it-yourself singer- 
songwriter Jon Woode has created 
quite a stir from his garden shed. 

Loosely described as folk, Woode’s varied 
style has invited comparisons with Nick 
Drake, receiving rave reviews for his latest 
album Into The Wildness. 

The Ether - our broadband TV channel 
www.yourkenttv.co.uk’s new showcase for the 
county’s musical talent - this week features 
two songs performed by the acoustic artist. 

He said: “I found it hard trying to pigeon¬ 
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ably not stick to them. I write in whatever 
style or genre I have running through me at 
that particular moment. 

“I don’t like the idea of being restricted in 
creativity, I don’t set out to write a song in a 
certain style, I just write it as it comes. I love 
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ings and also love to hear the new. I am not a 
lover of highly produced music and only wish 
to record the true music that I create.” 

Despite using a bespoke Atkin guitar, hand- 
built by Canterbury luthier Alistair Atkin, 
Woode makes a point of using simple record¬ 
ing techniques to maintain a raw edge. 

He said: “I am not really into the over¬ 
produced sounds that flood our air waves. My 
first album was just a diary of songs, first 
takes recorded by me on a Tascam Pocket 
Studio 5 using only the built-in mic. I have 
moved on since then, but not far. I now have a 
Tascam eight-track and a nice Rode K2 mic. 

“Although the equipment is a lot better than 
it was, it is still very basic and the studio I’ve 
built in my garden has no sound-proofing and 


is shared with my wife’s easel and paintings. 

“Hopefully this will all go towards capturing 
a sound that is a realistic version of what I do 
and will be an album I’m happy to put out.” 

Woode performs live at various festivals and 
acoustic nights around the county, with not¬ 
able appearances at Lounge On The Farm 
near Canterbury, and the city’s muso-haven 
Orange Street Music Club. As well as formal 


gigs, he also enjoys the odd appearance at 
open mic nights, including the renowned ses¬ 
sions at The Barge in Gillingham. 

His love of folk music stemmed from five 
years spent in north Cornwall, where he lived 
and performed prior to moving to Kent. 

Woode is currently working on his new 
album, Fields Of The Senses, which is expect¬ 
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THE magical talent of trag¬ 
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subject of acclaimed musi¬ 
cal Over The Rainbow. 

Starring Faye Tozer, formerly of 
chart-topping pop group Steps, it 
explores the extraordinary story of 
the American singer who became a 
huge star only after her early death. 
The play features 27 of Cassidy’s 
best-loved songs, including her signa¬ 
ture tune about hope and life in a 
mystical land. 

Bom in February 1963, Cassidy 
was surrounded by music from the 
very start. Her father Hugh was a big 
fan of artists like Pete Seeger, Buffy 
St Marie and Ray Charles, infusing 
his daughter with a love of music and 
singing. He taught her to play the 
guitar and she was soon able to 
accompany herself and her three sib¬ 
lings, Anette, Margret and Dan. 

As a teenager she sang with local 
bands in the Washington area and 
spent a summer playing guitar at a 
theme park. While pursuing 
her love of music, she also 
became an accomplished 
artist and created paint¬ 
ings, sculptures and jew¬ 
ellery. 

In 1986 she met Chris 
Biondo, who would help 
her find work as a session 
singer, becoming both her 
mentor and her boyfriend. 

Her first commercial 
recording was made with 
Chuck Brown, who met 
her through Biondo. 

Originally he wanted her 
to record one duet for 
inclusion on his next 
album, but the pair ended up 


OVER THE RAINBOW 

Friday, March 14, and Saturday, March 15 tji 
G ranville Theatre, Ramsgate 


releasing an entire album of duets. 

Over the next few years Cassidy 
became a popular performer in 
Washington, winning a number of 
awards for her fantastic interpreta¬ 
tions of popular songs. 

She eventually released a live 
album, recorded at the city’s Blues 
Alley, but remained virtually un¬ 
known outside her home town. 

In July 1996 
she noticed an 
ache in her 
hips and 
was diag¬ 
nosed with 


melanoma. Despite having treat¬ 
ment, she died at the family home on 
November 2 at the age of 33. 

Six months later, a compilation of 
her recordings was released as the 
CD Songbird. It remained in relative 
obscurity for two years until Terry 
Wogan played two of her tracks on 
his BBC Radio 2 show following a 
recommendation from his producer. 

The reaction to Cassidy’s versions 
of Somewhere Over The Rainbow 
and Fields Of Gold was immediate, 
with a camcorder video of her singing 
live at Blues Alley being shown on 
the BBC show Top of the Pops 2. 

Songbird climbed to the top of the 
UK album charts and since then her 
posthumously-released recordings 
have sold some six million copies. 

This poignant and moving musical 
has been a hit all over the UK and 
Ireland, as well as winning Best 
Production Of The Year in Holland. 
Led by Tozer, the talented cast of 

West End performers celebrates 
the life and work of an unfor¬ 
gettable artist. 

To book tickets, phone 
the box office on 01843 
591750. For more details, 
visit the website at www. 
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RESPECTED songwriter 
and artist Charlie Lands- 
borough is paying tribute to 
some of his own favourite 
writers. 

His tour will feature both 
original material and a 
selection of songs by diverse 
artists such as Bob Dylan, 
Cole Porter, John Prine, 


Gordon Lightfoot, Sting and 
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CHARLIE 

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Wednesday, March 12 
Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone 

years working as a teacher, 
not tasting fame until he 
was in his 50s. But he had 
been quietly writing and in 
1995 one of his songs, What 
Colour Is The Wind, was to 
change his life. 

After it was played on 
radio in Northern Ireland, 
Landsborough was invited 
to appear on television. 
Within a week, his album of 
the same name was at num¬ 
ber one in the Irish charts. 

Renowned for his distinc¬ 
tive voice and pleasant per¬ 
sonality, Landsborough has 
won legions of fans all over 
the world. 

The concert starts at 
7.30pm and tickets cost 
£17.50/£15.50. To book, 
phone the box office on 0844 
847 1776, or visit www. 
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OLD friends and new talent 
will be making sweet music 
at two fantastic events at 
The Loft this week. 

On Friday, the club in 
Gabriels Hill plays host to the 
BBC Introducing tour, featur¬ 
ing four of the county’s best 
up-and-coming bands - It 
Hugs Back, Mr Basista, 
Floors & Walls and Antikid. 

There’ll be an exclusive DJ 
set from James Bursey, of 
BBC Kent Introducing, as 
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and rock from the resident 
DJs. 

There will be live music 
from 8pm-11pm and tickets 
cost £4 before 11pm or £5/£4 
after. 

The Liquid Sessions night 
will be making its main room 
debut on Saturday, welcom¬ 
ing drum’n’bass superstars 


Commix (pictured) to Maid¬ 
stone for the very first time. 
They will be joined by old 
friends Artificial Intelligence 
and the resident DJs. 

Liquid Sessions opens at 
10pm and tickets cost £6/£5. 
The club shuts at 4am both 
nights. 

For more details or to join 
the guestlist, phone 07739 
713890, or email ls@ 
osmosisbeats.com for Liquid 
Sessions and jeff@ club- 
class.org for BBC Introducing. 


SHEPWAY LEISURE 

Finding the murderer 
is a shot in the dark 

SOLVE a thrilling mystery in the beau¬ 
tiful surroundings of Lympne Castle on 
Friday, March 14. 

When hotelier George Brown retires, 
his decision leads to the murder of his 
daughter. Amateur sleuths are invited to 
find the culprit at the murder mystery 
evening, which starts at 7pm for 7.30pm. 

Tickets for A Shot In The Dark cost 
£21 including supper. For more informa¬ 
tion, phone 01303 235610, or visit 
www.lympnecastle.co.uk. 

Head off to Zulu land 
with history talk 

LEARN about the remarkable odyssey 
of Gregory Ngcobo with the Folkestone 
and District Family History Society. 

Peter Ewart will be giving a talk titled 
Bridging Two Worlds - From Zulu Land 
to Kent & Back at the next event. The 
talk will be held at Radnor Park 
Community Association Hall in Castle 
Hill Avenue on tomorrow (Thursday), 
starting at 7.30pm. Visitors are always 
welcome. For more information, visit 
www.folkflis.org.uk. 

On course to piece a 
new hobby together 

LEARN the ancient art of creating 
mosaics at the Jo Letchford Mosaic 
Gallery and Studio. 

The studio in the Old High Street, 
Folkestone, holds exclusive courses for 
four to six people on the second Saturday 
of each month. The next event will be on 
Saturday. 

For more details, phone 01303 250717, 
or download a brochure from www. 
joletchfordmosaics.co.uk. The gallery is 
open from llam-5pm, Wednesday to 
Saturday, and llam-3pm on Sunday. 

Go and see the Sultans 
rock The Frenchman 

ROCK out on Friday, when Sultan per¬ 
form live at a pub in Folkestone. 

The Sittingbourne-based band play a 
rich variety of cover versions, both old 
and new favourites, along with original 
material. 

Sultan will be appearing at The 
Frenchman in Christchurch Road at 
8pm. Admission is free. 

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Despite her vast size, Atlantica navigated 
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warnings: Bailey, South East Iceland, Fair Isle 
and Faroes. 

The volcanic basalt of the Faroe Islands is 
thought to be 60 million years old. We docked 
at Torshavn, supposedly named after Thor, the 
Norse god of thunder. 

The skies were certainly not something we 
were used to. During summer, it’s traditional 
for the Faroese to climb a 2,500m mountain to 
experience sunset and sunrise with just an 
hour in between. 

Iceland, first colonised by Irish monks in 
870AD, is a joy of glacial activity, volcanoes 
and memories of Viking sagas. We were then 
thrilled by Dimmuborgir with its lava forma¬ 
tions, followed by the geothermal field of hot 
springs at Hevrir with its’ belching mud pools. 

The price was worth it just for the sky near 
Surtsey, a volcanic island and the southern¬ 
most point of Iceland. Photographing the 
striped red and yellow display, I lingered on 
our balcony - it would have been an insult to 
the sky to sleep. 


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from £12.99. 

Featuring deleted scenes and a 
thought-provoking commentary from 
director Tony Gilroy, this gripping 
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who grows a conscience. 

The film also stars Tom Wilkinson and 
Tilda Swinton, who won an Oscar for 
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Gamers can enjoy a 
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FANS of big guns, tactical shooters and 
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delighted to hear the Unreal series is 
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Unreal Tournament III is the first 
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The latest offering from developer Epic 
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Unreal Tournament III is available 
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Entertain the little ones 
with some cheap DVDs 

HMV in Folkestone are offering a selec¬ 
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you buy Pixar’s latest animated adven¬ 
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The Oscar-winning Ratatouille comes 
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Blink and you'll miss this 
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■ BY TOM BETTS 


O LIFE IN COLD BLOOD 

BBC1,9pm, Monday 

THE PALACE 

ITV1,9pm, Monday 

THERE are some things in life that 
really can make your jaw hit the floor. 

Images of deep space taken from 
the Hubble Space Telescope and, 
more amazingly, my pal Pete who last 
week managed to form a coherent 
sentence after necking more than 10 
pints of Stella Artois. 

But when you’ve seen a snake 
swallow an antelope whole, tearing 
its skin apart in the process, these 
things tend to pale into insignificance. 

I refer to David Attenborough’s 
triumphant return (isn’t it always?) 
with the brilliant Life in Cold Blood. 

Last Monday, we encountered the 
snake in its many forms as the show 
managed the impossible, to make us 
feel sympathetic for one of the world’s 
most reviled animals. 

Educational, visually stunning and, 
surprisingly for a programme about 
reptiles, occasionally touching. 

At 81, and with more enthusiasm 
for his subject would befit a man half 
his age, Attenborough is still the 
consummate presenter. A whispering 
voice of amazement and authority. 

Yet, despite all the accolades, never 
does he encroach on the true stars of 
the show, the animals themselves, 
and even the crew get a look-in with 
a 10-minute slot that shows how they 
set about capturing such fine footage. 

Making the blood run cold, but in 
an entirely different manner, is 
ITVl’s The Palace. 

Just rattling the old thumb along 
the remote at 9pm is a truly chilling 
experience. For here is a show that 



STILL THE BOSS: Sir David Attenborough 

makes you actually glad that the 
commercial break exists. 

This right royal rubbish must be 
manna from heaven for the BBC as 
Attenborough and co have been 
trumping the ITV effort by more than 
two million viewers on Mondays. 

The first episode held a certain 
curiosity... 

The King had died unexpectedly and 
the next in line to the throne was to 
grudgingly step forward to do his duty. 

For a moment it was all quite 
exciting, well, until we found out the 
heir to the throne was little more than 
a sulking, catalogue model with a fine 
fine of neatly pressed shirts and 
sticky-out pocket handkerchiefs. 

Yes, it was a bit of a let-down, from 
which this jumped up Dallas-lite 
nonsense never really recovered. 

Still, I suppose it could be worse: 
the next night Hotel Babylon was on. 


AQUARIUS (Jan 21-Feb 19) 
YOU’RE ready to fight for 
your rights. Someone who 
has repeatedly tried to undermine 
you is in for a big surprise. A loud 
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the bully they really are. A friend 
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TAURUS (Apr 21-May 21) 
EjWlT’S time to spread the 
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A LE0 (Jul 24-Aug 23) 

'IjpLy, WORKING independently 
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yourself between now and early 
May or you could unintentionally 
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befriend. 

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)jjy. SCORPIO (Oct 24-Nov 22) 

YOU know what you want 
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project is another possibility. 
You’re bound to hit some snags 
along the way, but the final result 
will be breathtaking. Don’t let 
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p CONFRONTING a boss 
or expert will be a scary 
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I THE next two months 
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j. VIRGO (Aug 24-Sep 23) 

|| WORKING with a group 
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benefit from the experience, 
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k SAGITTARIUS (Nov23-Dec21) 
LA CHANCE to air family 
f issues comes your way. It 
feels wonderful to get these 
feelings off your chest. You’ve never 
been the type to keep a polite 
silence. Be prepared for things to 
get ugly. Fortunately, you know it’s 
better to be straightforward than 
maintain a pleasant facade. 

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ARIES (Mar 21-Apr 20) 
^■fcpiTHIS week finds you 
dividing time between 
home and work. If you’ve been 
thinking of moving, start looking 
now. Don’t expect your boss to be 
happy about your request for time 
off to attend family responsibilities. 
Hold your ground, bigger and 
better chances will come. 

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CANCER (Jun 23-Jul 23) 
s|P|jjp YOUR need to succeed 
drives everything you do 
this week. Unfortunately, this 
quest could drive a wedge between 
you and a loved one. Don’t be so 
quick to cancel plans to make 
room for a business meeting. The 
chance to take a glamorous 
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around this situation. A normally 
understanding loved one won’t like 
it either. You’ll have plenty of 
opportunities to be together once 
this busy period ends. 

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^ A CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan 20) 

JljjgYOUR words hold extra 
gravitas and importance 
over the coming weeks. Standing 
up for others and empowering 
people to make their own 
decisions is the best use of your 
time. Your passion will turn the 
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at the same time.” 

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more important to make decisions for yourself. 

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54 Discovery 3 2.7 HSE. 61k. £18000 
07 Isuzu Rodeo (ex demo) 6k. £12000 
00 Honda HRV. £2000 

55 Mitsubishi L200 Warrior DC. 

30k. £9000 

04 Nissan Navara DC. 35k. £8250 
94 Discovery. £1050 

98 Lincoln Navigator. 5.4 LPG. £3100 
94 Mitsubishu Delica. £1000 

04 Kia Sorento XS. 3.5V6. 33k. £6000 
00 Freelander 1.8 3dr. 67k. £1350 

99 Range Rover 4.6HSE. 
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98 L200 TD. £1900 

00 Shogun Di-D GLS. £4000 

99 Freelander Xi. £1400 

00 Shogun GLS auto TD. 107k. £5350 
04 Vectra LSDTi Est. £3300 
02 Peugeot 307 Rapier HDi. £2800 
05 Astra Club Auto. 43k. £5500 
05 Punto Active. 47k. £3200 
01 Renault Clio Sport. 57k. £1890 
05 Renault Clio Extreme. 47k. £4050 
97 Fiesta Encore. 80k. £925. 


94 Mercedes SL320 conv. 119k.£4850 
03 Renault Clio 1.2. £2300 
00 Honda Logo. £1450 
02 VW Polo. 1.1.50k. £3000. 

01 Passat Est. 82k. £2275 

97 Porsche Boxter. 51 k. £7200 
00 Fiesta Finesse. £850 

04 Rover 75 Conn. 42k. £4200 
02 Fiesta 1.4 Zetec. £2000 
05 Fiesta Style Climate. 27k. £4200 
99 VW Golf 1,4E. 83k. £1550 

98 Fiat Seicento SX. 55k. £350 
90 Mazda MX5. £1225. 

99 Peugeot 206. 65k. £1625 
99 Ford Cougar. 84k. £2000 
02 Rover 25. 55k. £2050 

00 Volvo S40 XS. 53k. £2700 

54 Nissan Micra SE. 15k. £4250 

55 Renault Laguna. 18k. £6500 
03 Renault Clio. 83. £2450 

52 Mini Cooper. 59k. £7200 
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ALLEN 

Daniel and Pamela 
of Canterbury are 
the proud parents of 
George Noah Kai 
Allen. George was 
born on 18th 
February 2008 
weighing 3.65kg (81b 
loz). 

BAKER 

Gabrielle and 
Andrew Baker of 
Maidstone celebrate 
the birth of their 
daughter Eva 
Elizabeth Baker on 
16th February 2008. 

BAX 

Lawson James born 
on 13th February 
2008, weighing 81b 
loz. Son to Paul and 
Paula in Ramsgate, 
and brother to 
Olivia. 

CHAPPLE 

Emi Chappie born on 
19th February 2008, 
weighing 61b 15oz. 
Daughter to Wayne 
Chappie and Leanne 
Smith. 

CLAMP 

Brandon Harvey 
born on 12th 
February 2008, 
weighing 81b 2oz. 

Son to Dean and 
Joanne Clamp in 
Ramsgate. 

EDWARDS 

Connor Robert born 
on 14th February 
2008, weighing 101b. 
Son to David and 
Kiley in Margate. A 
brother to Rose. 

GALE 

Michelle and Paul 
Gale of Broadstairs 
celebrate the birth of 
their daughter 
Jessica Erin Gale on 
25th January 2008. 

A sister for Aimee. 

GLOVER 

Luke and Lindsay 
Glover of Margate 
celebrate the birth of 


their son Bradley 
Chris Glover on 3rd 
February 2008. 

GREEN 

Daniel Sean David 
born on 14th 
February 2008, 
weighing 81b 2oz. 

Son to Sean and 
Tracey in Ramsgate. 

HACKER 

Gareth and Georgie 
Hacker of Crockham 
Hill are delighted to 
announce the birth 
at home of their baby 
son Albert John born 
29th January 2008 
weighing 81b Ooz. 

HOLDAK 

Elizabeth and James 
Holdak of Sevenoaks 
are delighted to 
announce the birth 
of their son Jude 
Llewellyn Holdak 
born 20th February 
2008 weighing 81b 
12oz. 

HOPKINS 

Alex Leslie Paul born 
on 16th February 
2008, weighing 71b 
6oz. Son to John and 
Emma Hopkins of 
Maidstone. 

JARVIS 

Nichola and Keith of 
Margate celebrate 
the birth of their son 
Oliver William Jarvis 
on 16th February 
2008. 

LANE 

Jennifer May born 
on 14th February 
2008, weighing 61b 
12oz. Daughter to 
Helen Amos and 
Stephen Lane in 
Maidstone. Our 
special little angel. 

LOVE 

Jane and Nigel are 
delighted to 
announce the birth 
of their beautiful 
daughter Emily Rose 
on 7th February 
2008 weighing 61b 
3oz. 


MERKAJ 

Sajmir and Margaret 
of Canterbury are 
very proud to 
announce the birth 
of their daughter, 
Sienna, on 19th 
February 2008. 

MOORES 

Brandon born 15th 
February 2008, 
weighing 71b 5.2oz. 
Son to Claire and 
Rod in Margate 
Kent. 

MORRIS 

Sam and Amanda 
Morris of Hunton are 
delighted to 
announce 
the birth of their 
daughter Poppy Jane 
born 29th January 
2008 weighing 71b 
15oz. 

MUNRO 

Jennifer Summer 
born on 13th 
February weighing 
81b 4oz daughter to 
James and Noreen. 

NEWMAN 

Martin and Paula 
are pleased to 
announce the birth 
of their son Oscar 
Reg, born on 13th 
February 2008, 
weighing 91b. 

NUNN 

David and Louise are 
delighted to 
announce the birth 
of their beautiful 
daughter Emily 
Grace on 22nd 
January 2008 
weighing 81b 14oz 

NURHAKLI 

Mia Nurhakli the 
beautiful daughter of 
Helen and Ilhan 
born on 28th 
January 2008, 
weighing 81b 6oz. 

PALMER 

Kenzie born on 19th 
February 2008 
weighing 61b 8oz. 

Son to Neil and 
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PALMER 

James and Tanja of 
Sevenoaks are 
delighted to 
announce the arrival 
of Chloe on 16th 
February 2008 
weighing 71b 12oz 
and smiling. 

PRZETACZNIK 

Mariusz and Anna 
are delighted to 
announce the birth 
of their beautiful 
daughter Victoria 
Olivia on 10th 
February 2008 
weighing 3220 
grams. 

RATCLIFF 

Bethany-Jo born on 
12th February 2008, 
weighing 61b 12oz. 
Daughter to Joanne 
and Shaun Ratcliff in 
Dover. 

RAWSON/CARLSON 

Robert and Lisa of 
Canterbury are 
delighted to 
announce the birth 
of their son, Oscar 
David Rawson, on 
11th February 2008. 

ROBINSON 

Kevin and Nicola are 
pleased to announce 
the birth of their son 
Rhys Charlie, born 
on 18th February 
2008 at the William 
Harvey Hospital, 
weighing 61b lloz. 

SKINNER 

Charlie Thomas born 
on 24th February 
2008 to proud 
parents Dave and 
Lisa of Tunbridge 
Wells. 

SMART 

Jennifer and Neil are 
proud to announce 
that Aidan is now 
the big Brother of 
Sophia Rose Smart, 
born on 28th 
January 2008. 

SPURWAY 

Barry and Angela 
are delighted to 
announce the birth 
of their daughter 
Dorothy Abigail 
Spurway. A sister for 
Connor, Dorothy was 
born on the 16th 
February 2008 at 
10.13pm and 
weighed 71b 12oz. 

STONER 

Leo Andrew born on 
15th February 2008, 
weighing 71b lOoz. 
Son to Gabriela and 
Michael in 
Broadstairs. 

STRONG 

Layne & Katie 
(Collins) of Bromley 
are proud to 
announce the birth 
of their beautiful 
daughter Amelia 
Grace on January 


31st, weighing 71b 
6oz. First grandchild 
for Christine and 
Glenn of Broadstairs. 

TAYLOR 

Wendy and Cohn of 
Margate celebrate 
the birth of their 
daughter Melody 
Terri Katherine 
Taylor on 11th 
February 2008. 

WATTS 

Ronnie James born 
on 13th February 
2008, weighing 91bs 
5oz. Son to Jodie and 
Paul in Thanet. 

WILD 

Jake Andrew Logan 
born to proud 
parents Ted and 
Robert of Sevenoaks 
on 13th February 
2008 weighing 81b 
lOoz. 

WILLIAMSON 

Macey born on 10th 
February 2008, 
weighing 61b 14oz. 
Daughter to Joanne 
Williamson and 
Richard Walton in 
Dover. 

WILSON 

Jack Edmund born 
on the 12th February 
2008, weighing 81b 
lOoz. Son to Sophie 
of Folkestone. 

WILSON 

Keira Wilson born on 
the 15th February 
2008 weighing 71b 
loz. Daughter to 
Hannah and Scott 
Wilson in Dover. 

WOODS 

Matthew and Jemma 
of Tunbridge Wells 
are pleased to 
announce the birth 
of their beautiful 
daughter Millie 
Sarah Lilian on 21st 
February weighing 
91b lOoz. A sister for 
Kai, Emily, Jake and 
Billy. 


DEATHS 

ANDERSON 

Kathleen Ellen 
Anderson of Eccles 
passed away 
peacefully at The 
Heart of Kent 
Hospice on 24th 
February 2008 at the 
age of 86. 

BLOOMFIELD 

Brenda Bloomfield 
passed away on 23rd 
February 2008. Sadly 
missed by all and a 
much loved mother, 
grandmother and 
great grandmother. 
Night night God 
bless. 

BROWN 

Paddy (Patricia 
Evelyn) of 
Canterbury died 
peacefully on 24th 


February 2008. A 
service of 

thanksgiving will be 
held on Tuesday 4th 
March at 2.30 at St 
Dunstans Church, 
Canterbury.Donation 
s to Pilgrims 
Hospice, Canterbury 
or R.N.L.I. 

BUCKINGHAM 

Carole of Beltinge 
passed away 24th 
February 2008 after 
a long illness 
Beloved wife of John 
Mother of Tony 
Tracey and Christina 
much loved 
Grandmother 
Funeral service to be 
held 5th March at 
3.20pm Barham 
Crematorium 
donations can be 
made to Cancer 
research UK web 
page on Caroles 
memorial page. 

DICKS 

Margaret Elizabeth 
Macintyre passed 
away peacefully on 
20th February 2008. 
Enquiries to Dilnot 
Smith Funeral 
Directors 01304 
812300. 

HARRIS 

Teresa Martin Harris 
of Herne Bay passed 
away suddenly, but 
peacefully, 
surrounded by her 
family on 25th 
February 2008. A 
loving mum and 
grandma who will be 
very sadly missed. A 
service will be held 
at St Marys Roman 
Catholic Church, 
Northwood Road, 
Tankerton at 10am 
on Monday 10th 
March followed by a 
cremation at Barham 
at 11.20am. 

HEATHFIELD 

Beryl Lilian passed 
away peacefully on 
24th February 2008 
A wonderful wife, 
sister, Mother and 
Grandmother. She 
will be ever in our 
thoughts. Service of 
thanksgiving at St 
Lukes Tunbridge 
Wells Thursday 6th 
March 12.30pm All 
welcome. 

HONE 

John Richard Hone 
of Canterbury passed 
away suddenly on 
24th February 2008. 
A beloved husband, 
loving father and 
much loved 
grandfather and 
great grandfather. 

He will be sadly 
missed by all and 
forever loved. The 
funeral is to be held 
on Wednesday March 
5th at Barham 
Crematorium at 
4pm. 


ENNER 

Ted ( Edward 
George) Jenner of 
Canterbury formerly 
of Newington, passed 
away after a long 
illness on 22nd 
February 2008.Ted 
will be very sadly 
missed by all of his 
family. Funeral to be 
held on 5th March at 
1.15 at Newington 
Church and 2pm at 
Bobbing 
Crematorium. 

Family flowers only, 
but if desired 
donations to Lord 
Whiskey Animal 
Sanctuary C/o High. 

LENTON 

Audrey passed away 
at the Kent and 
Sussex Hospital on 
23 February. A 
dearly loved Mother 
and Grandmother 
who will be very 
sadly missed. 

LYONS 

Pearl Lyons of 
Yalding died 
peacefully on the 
20th February 2008. 
Funeral Service at 
Yalding Church at 
11am on the 5th 
March 2008. 

MARRON 

Brian Peter of 
Canterbury. Beloved 
husband of Linda 
and devoted father 
and grandad passed 
away peacefully after 
a long illness on 
22nd February, aged 
73. Donations to 
cancer charities in 
his honour greatly 
apprieciated. 

McCOMBIE 

John McCombie 
passed peacefully 
away on 21st 
February 2008 at 
Darent Valley 
Hospital. Much loved 
brother and uncle. 
Always in our 
thoughts. Enquiries 
to Horlocks Funeral 
Services Longfield. 

MOLONEY 

John Moloney 
formally of Bexhill 
and Wadhurst, died 
peacefully on the 
23rd February aged 
90, after a short 
illness, happy to be 
reunited with his 
dear wife Ena. 

OVEREND 

Freda Constance Joy 
of Margate died at 
Faversham Cottage 
Hospital on 26th 
Ffebruary 2008. 

A loving aunt who 
will be sadly missed 
by all who knew her. 
The funeral is to be 
held on Friday 7th 
March at 12 noon at 


Thanet 

Crematorium. 

Family flowers 
only but donations 
if desired to 
R.N.L.I. 

PAYNE 

Mabel Payne passed 
away at the 
wonderful age of 92 
(and a half!) on the 
24th February 2008, 
following a very 
long and happy life. 
She will be very 
sadly missed by her 
family. Funeral 
enquiries to 
the Co-operative 
Gravesend. 

SKINNER 

George Skinner of 
Maidstone died 
peacefully on 24th 
February 2008. 
Funeral Service 
at Vinters Park 
Crematorium at 
11am on 
Wednesday 5th 
March. 

STEWART 

Phyllis Stewart of 
Lenham passed away 
on 24th February 
2008. Enquiries to 
A. W. Court at Grafty 
Green on 01622 
850840. 

STUCKE 

Robert Frank Stucke 
of Deal passed away 
peacefully at home 
on 20th February 
2008. Beloved 
husband of Joyce, 
loving father of 
Nicholas, Lyn and 
Neil and much 
loved grandfather 
to Isabella, Minnie, 
Yuri, Darcy, Cory 
and Leigh.The 
funeral took place 
on Tuesday 26th 
February at 
Barham. 

TOOZE 

John Austin Tooze of 
Maidstone, formerly 
of Bristol, passed 
away peacefully on 
14th February 2008, 
aged 75. Contact 
Co-Op Funeral 
Services Bristol 
01117 9556455. 

WHITE 

Minnie Agnes 
11.01.1922 to 
17.02.2008 passed 
away peacefully at 
home in her sleep 
on the morning 
of the 17th. Mum 
we love you. Gone 
but never to be 
forgotten. Goodnight 
Sweetheart. 

Hazel, John, 

David, Elaine, 

Peter , Dawn, John 
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Remortgage figures 
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ABOUT half of all mortgage activity last 
month resulted from home-owners seek¬ 
ing remortgages, it has emerged follow¬ 
ing recent studies. 

The figures will fuel concern of a slow¬ 
down in the housing market, particularly 
among first-time buyers. 

Figures from the British Bankers’ 
Association, drawing on data from all 
major UK banks, show an increase in 
both new mortgage approvals and 
remortgaging. 

The study is the most extensive of its 
kind undertaken and widely regarded as 
a barometer for the housing market. 

There was a 17 per cent rise in remort¬ 
gages, with 79,016 home-owners refi¬ 
nancing their properties. 

Remortgage activity now makes up 49 
per cent of all activity, the highest propor¬ 
tion since the BBA began collecting data 
in 1997. 

But mortgage approvals were still up 
on the month before, rising to 44,288. 

BBA director of statistics David Dooks 
said: “Higher gross mortgage lending in 
January largely reflected very strong 
remortgaging activity, as borrowers 
sought out the best deals available.” 

France and Spain 
lose out to Austria 

AUSTRIA is gaining prominence as a 
destination for a second home because 
properties are often cheaper and easier 
to buy than in other European countries. 

The central European state is gaining 
ground at the expense of more tradition¬ 
al areas such as France and Spain. 

Also surging ahead in popularity are 
the emerging eastern European destina¬ 
tions of Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and 
Slovenia. 

Experts say the Austrian property 
market is experiencing a change as it 
moves away from providing for holiday¬ 
makers and enters the second-home 
market. Prices in the country have 
remained stable in recent years and the 
number of homes changing hands each 
year is relatively low. 

However, new EU regulations have 
made mortgages more readily available, 
encouraging buyers from abroad. 

Property prices in Austria are now ris¬ 
ing at between six and seven per cent a 
year and the country has been included 
in the fist of 20 best locations to secure 
positive returns by the BBC’s A Place In 
The Sun show. 


Now's the time to 
snap up a bargain 

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WHILE much of the UK recorded a 
monthly fall in new home prices in 
January, conditions could be ideal 
for bargain hunters. 

According to property specialist Smart 
NewHomes.com, developer incentives and 
competitive prices mean now is an ideal time 
for new home buyers to secure a bargain 
ahead of anticipated price rises in the spring. 

The South East and London remain the 
most expensive areas in which to buy, but 
property in Scotland is also increasing in value 
ahead of the rest of the country 

The new homes market typically suffers 
from a slow start to the year and the 0.5 per 
cent fall in average prices recorded in January 
is no cause for alarm, say experts. 

However, while average prices over the last 
quarter have flattened, they are expected to 
pick up as more buyers return to the market 
with renewed confidence - fuelled by interest 
rate cuts expected over the coming months. 

David Bexon, of SmartNewHomes.com, said: 

“Despite a slow start to the year, prices are 
likely to pick up as buyer confidence returns, 
fuelled in part by a series of further interest 
rate cuts which I would expect to see as early 
as March. However, the current dip in prices 
across the new homes market makes now an 
excellent time to buy.” 

Other experts do not share the optimism. 

Capital Economics, the consultancy led by one 
of the City’s leading economists, Roger Bootle, 
has long been predicting that the UK house 
price boom will come to an end. 

This past year, studies indicated that prices 
would rise by only 3.5 per cent, and as it turns 
out, they could be on target. But citing a slow¬ 
ing economy, expensive prices, stricter lending 
and more mortgage defaults, Capital 
Economics has revised predictions for 2008. 

The consultancy’s Ed Stansfield said: “We 
expect house prices to fall 5 per cent next year 
and a further 8 per cent in 2009, wiping out 
the gains of the last 18 months. 

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Sandgate Price Guide £485,000 

An exclusive 4 bedroomed detached residence offering uninterrupted 
channel views. Gas heating, fitted kitchen/dining room, good sized sitting 
room with balcony off, master bedroom with en suite, 3 further 
bedrooms, one further en suite, attractive gardens, double garage. 



Hythe Price Guide £345,000 

A beautifully presented and improved three bedroomed detached 
bungalow residence set in an elevated position on the hillside and 
enjoying views over the town to the English Channel. Double glazing, 
gas heating, garage and gardens. 



Hythe Price Guide £308,000 

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Hythe Price Guide £249,995 

A modern two bedroomed mid-terraced residence located just off 
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Double glazed windows, gas heating, two parking spaces. No chain. 


Hythe Price Guide £239,950 

A well presented and extended three bedroomed detached bungalow 
residence set on a corner plot. Viewing essential. 


Lympne Price Guide £235,000 

A rare opportunity to acquire a three bedroomed semi-detached 
residence on this popular development. Gas heating, Double glazing, 
garage and gardens. Viewing Recommended. 





St Mary’s Bay Price Guide £189,950 

An updated and much improved two bedroom semi-detached bungalow 
with two reception rooms. The property has been updated to provide 
generous accommodation with a fitted kitchen and bathroom and off 
street parking for 3-4 cars. 


Hythe Price Guide £177,500 

An impeccably presented one bedroomed ground floor retirement 
apartment set on the prestigious Philbeach development and enjoying 
superb views to open countryside and the valley. 


Hythe Price Guide £122,500 

A well presented one bedroomed retirement apartment conveniently 
situated close to Hythe's High Street. 


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DYMCHURCH 

If you’re looking for a seafront home then you can’t get much better 
than this. Positioned on the Sea Wall in Dymchurch and with direct 
access to the beach this period property is a joy to behold. 
Offering three Bedrooms, further tower studio room, hand-built 


GUIDE £384,995 

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DYMCHURCH GUIDE £229,995 

This detached extended bungalow offers ideal retirement 
accommodation. Having two bedrooms, large living area, fitted 
kitchen and bathroom, gas central heating and double glazing. 
Detached single garage with further parking. Offered chain free. 


HYTHE GUIDE £234,995 

Positioned on the hillside with views across the town. 2 
bedroomed cottage, bigger than it appears. Large living area, fitted 
kitchen with breakfast area, large bathroom and rear courtyard 
garden. Excellent order throughout. Viewing highly recommended. 


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A comprehensively refurbished detached country house enjoying 
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study/bed 5,4 further bedrooms, 2 with en suite facilities, and 
family bathroom. Dble gge with room over. ORR Good size 
gardens. 



W00DNESB0R0UGH £315,000 

A charming fully refurbished Grade II Listed semi det cottage on 
village outskirts. Large sitting rm, fitted kitchen/dining rm, 2 
beds, large box room and bathroom. Lovely gardens bisected by 
small waterway. Outhouses inc. stable. Approx. 0.4 acre. 



PADDLESW0RTH £650,000 

A superbly located detached rural home cleverly combining 
character and contemporary design within a plot of approx 1.8 
acres. 4 bedrooms (master with en-suite shower and dressing 
area), sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, stabling and 
outbuildings. 



ACRISE £434,000 

A much refurbished and beautifully presented detached family 
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Guide Price £450,000 Freehold 



Glorious views over Hythe and Channel from this well located, 
spacious semi-detached house, 3 beds, box room/study, garage, 
mature gardens. 

£355,000 Freehold 



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Saltwood, 4 beds, 2 recep rooms, attractive garden 


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Important news for Homebuyers 



With interest rates dropping and our 
financial year end fast approaching, now is 
the time to buy at Millwood’s coastal 
collection that includes its spectacular St 
Augustine's Park development in Westgate- 
on-Sea, as well as the exclusive Upton 
Grange in Broadstairs. 

St Augustine’s Park offers a range of family 
homes and contemporary apartments that have 
proved through continued sales success to be 
the best new address in the area. Upton Grange 
is a select collection of 4 & 5 bedroom detached 
homes that has also seen off-plan sales. 

Incentives tailored for you... 

With Spring rapidly appraoching, now is the time 
to buy to guarentee a Summer in these two 
fantastic Kentish locations. Furthermore as it is 
our year end, to make the homes even more 
inviting, Millwood is offering a range of 
incentives, from £650 paid towards a 
purchaser's mortgage every month for a year, to 
Part Exchange.* 

Don’t miss out on a hassle free move! 

By reserving one of the beautiful houses at 
St Augustine’s Park or Upton Grange, you could 
Part Exchange* your existing home, meaning 
you can enjoy a hassle-free move and can be 
safe in the knowledge that Millwood is your 
guaranteed buyer*. Furthermore, the scheme 
means there will be no chains collapsing at the 
last minute, as well as no estate agents fees or 
HIP pack to prepare and pay for*, leaving you 
with more money to spend on your new home. 


An incentive perfect for first time buyers... 

Alternatively, buyers have the chance to receive 
£650 paid towards their mortgage every month 
for a whole year* if they reserve one of the 
apartments at St Augustine’s Park, leaving them 
with much more money to spend on themselves. 

Exclusive family properties... 

Situated on Lymington Road, St Augustine’s 
Park offers purchasers an eclectic mix 
of properties with something for everyone. 
Millwood has created an idyllic new community, 
which is the epitome of timeless elegance 
and the diverse range of architecture that 
can be seen throughout the scheme 
demonstrates this. 

The stunning apartments and 3 and 4 bedroom 
family homes at St Augustine’s Park offer an 


excellent specification including fitted kitchens 
with integrated appliances, luxurious white 
bathroom suites and en-suites to the master 
bedroom, with either a garage or parking. 
Furthermore, some of the apartments also 
feature Juliet balconies to the living room 
or bedroom. 

Welcome to coastal living... 

St Augustine’s Park is one mile from the centre 
of this charming seaside village, which offers the 
best of both worlds for those looking for a 
coastal retreat, whilst still being within easy 
reach of the motorway network and London. 

Situated on Vale Road, Upton Grange is within 
easy reach of the beach and historic town centre 
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Sales success! 

Millwood is currently selling phase three of St 
Augustine’s Park, with phases one and two all 
sold. The sales success has continued to rise as 
more people are wanting to live at this premier 
new address. Furthermore, four of the eleven 
homes at Upton Grange have been reserved 
since their recent launch and purchasers are 
urged to view both development to ensure they 
don’t miss out. 

A chance to view... 

Apartments at St Augustine’s Park are priced from 
£175,000 and houses are priced from £290,000, 
and there are limited opportunities, so contact the 
Marketing Suite and Show Home, which is open 
daily from 10am-5pm, on 01843 836901. 

Prices at Upton Grange are from £440,000 
and for further information, please contact 
the Marketing Suite and Show Home on 
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Folkestone Price: £397,500 

An attractive detached 4 bedroom house situated in a sheltered position with views 
across the English Channel towards the French coast. 



Hythe Price: £399,000 

A recently constructed 4 bedroom detached family home occupying an attractive corner 
location in a popular new development & within 2 minutes walk of the seafront 



Sandgate Price: £465,000 

A charming 3 bedroom, cottage offering generous, well proportioned accommodation 
with double garage and a very short walk of the beach 



West Hythe Price: £475,000 Sandgate Price: £595,000 Saltwood Price: £440,000 

An attractive 5 bedroom detached family house set in 0.776 of an acre with superb views An impressive 4 bedroom, 3 reception house of individual style & character, with spacious A delightful, 4 bedroom, character property with generous accommodation situated 

across Romney Marsh and towards Lympne Castle. accommodation, landscaped gardens & panoramic views across the English Channel. within the highly sought after village of Saltwood. 


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charity challenge 

SERIOUS illness in her family sparked 
a charity challenge for Lipscomb sales 
administrator Jodi Sexton. 

Based at the motor group’s Chartham, 
Canterbury site, Jodi is raising funds for 
Children with Leukaemia by joining the 
Beijing Olympics Trek Open Challenge 
in August, trekking the Great Wall route 
in temperatures of 27-32 C. 

Jodi’s cousin Andrew was diagnosed 
with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, 
which is why she chose the charity Jodi 
is funding the trip herself so that all 
sponsorship goes to the charity. Pledges 
can be made via Jodi at Lipscomb at 
0845 338 9902 or at www. 

Bmycharity.com/jodischinatrek. 



Skoda draws green line 


SKODA has launched a version of its all- 
new Fabia supermini officially capable of 
averaging around 70mpg. 

Kent commuters to London by road 
will also like the fact that C02 emissions 
of just 109g/km of C02 exempt it from 
the capital’s congestion charge. 

The 1.4 TDI Fabia GreenLine - 
£11,490 and £12,140 in hatch and estate 
form respectively - achieves this miserly 
feat through aerodynamic panels fitted 
beneath the chassis, replacement of the 
spare tyre with a puncture repair kit 
and raising the front bumper by 35mm. 



Lexus V8 is gunning for 
its German rivals 


LEXUS wants to inject a more potent 
image into its Lexus IS compact execu¬ 
tive saloon series, which tends to be 
overshadowed by German rivals. 

Toyota’s luxury arm has unveiled a 
potent V8 version due here in April and 
dubbed the IS-F in a clear effort to 
attack the BMW M3, Mercedes C55 
AMG and Audi S4 performance flag¬ 
ships. Apart from a pronounced V8 'bur¬ 
ble’ the car will stand out with distinc¬ 
tive styling such as double vertically 
stacked twin exhausts. 


IS the Corsa VXR a muscular ath¬ 
lete or muscle-bound lout? 

A pumped-up bodykit and fat alloys suggest 
the latter, but a spell behind the wheel argues 
the former. 

But is the question irrelevant when most of 
the turbocharged pocket rocket’s fans are too 
young to afford to buy, run and insure it? 

It might be a small hatchback, but it costs 
£15,625; enthusiastic use of its 189bhp and 0- 
60mph in less than seven seconds decimates 
the official 35.8mpg average; and the insur¬ 
ance is group 16. 

Those who actually can afford to run such a 
car are likely to prefer something more grown¬ 
up or wearing a classier or trendier badge. 

On the other hand, is it that the car’s really 
a 'halo model’ drawing attention to the overall 
Corsa line-up and especially, the cheaper and 
more civilized yet still racy Corsa SRi with 
VXR accoutrements? 

Probably, but the VXR still deserves judge¬ 
ment on its own merits. It certainly looks the 
part with showy alloys and body kit, although 
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wrestler with its wheel arch vents and dif¬ 
fuser. The interior is smart thanks to alloy 
highlights and fabulous Recaro front seats - 
these might not give much, but the contoured 
comfort is startling. 

Climb past the Recaros - their wide shoul¬ 
ders make this harder than standard Corsa 
seats - and you also have enough rear space to 
imagine some young dads persuading 'er 
indoors that it really is a “good motor for the 
family, luv”. 

Couple this with decent ride quality and 
cruising refinement and the VXR is a hot 
hatchback that you really can live with on a 
long journey, yet it also 'walks the talk’ to go 
with its looks. 

The car has tenacious grip without unneces¬ 
sarily hard suspension, plus good steering 
feedback and a tidy flat cornering stance. 

The impressive engine power also feeds effi¬ 
ciently to the road without the steering wheel 
fight of the bigger Astra VXR, and links well 
with a well-spaced and slick six-speed gear¬ 
box. 

Pumped up it might be, but the Corsa VXR 
is no lout. 



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89 (F) TVR 3501 CONVERTIBLE, met 

blue, cream leather sports trim, black mohair soft 
top, original service books, EW, EM, CD, Alloy 
wheels, only 3 former keepers. 

NOW £5495 



00 (X) TOYOTA AVENSIS 1.8 GS WT-I 5 
door hatch, metallic blue, low mileage, service 
history, MOT, PAS, sat nav, remote locking, alarm, 
Air bags, hi-fi, only 1 former keeper 

NOW £3395 



03 (03) HYUNDAI GETS 1.1 GSI s3 door 
hatch, stunning diamond black coachwork with 
contrasting grey fleck trim, low mileage, service 
history, long MOT, PAS, EW, EM, Original CD. 

ONLY £3495 



02 (52) PEUGEOT 206 1.1 LX 3 dr hatch, 
met blue, blue velour trim, new MOT, a/c, PAS, 
R/C/L,alarm, Air bags, CD hi-fi, low insurance 
and Tax group, ideal first car. 

ONLY £2995 



04 (54) CHRYSLER PT CRUISER 2.0 
CLASSIC, diamond black coachwork with 
black velour trim, low mileage (31000), FSH, 
EW x 4, EM, PAS, a/bags, 1 keeper, alloys. 

A SNIP AT £5995 



99 (T) CITROEN SAXO 1.6 VTS 16V 3 

door spots hatch, met blue, black sports trim, low 
mileage, long MOT, PAS, EW, Sun roof, alloys, RCL, 
alarm, Air bags, original hi-fi, only 2 keepers. 

ONLY £2295 



99 (V) FORD FOCUS 1.8 LX TURBO 
DIESEL, 5 door saloon, met thorn green, 1 
owner, service history, recent MOT, Air con, PAS, 
EW, EM, Air bags, remote central locking/alarm 

NOW £3495 



03 (53) FORD TRANSIT 280 SWB 
TURBO DIESEL VAN, diamond white, grey 
trim, ONLY 66000 miles, service history, Air Bags, 
Hi-fi, 1 keeper, side loading 

£5595 NO VAT 



92 (K) MAZDA MX5 Eunos sports 
convertible, met silver, new MOT, low mileage, Air 
conditioning, PAS, EW, recent alloy wheels fitted, 
alarm immobilizer, CD, many extras. 

NOW £2995 



01 (X) RENAULT CLIO 1.416V ETOILE’ 
AUTOMATIC, top of the range, 5 door hatch, 
met silver, feh, only 24,000 miles, Air con, power 
roof, E/W, PAS, central locking, alarm, CD. 

ONLY £3995 




3 (P/P) RENAULT MEGANE 

PRIVILEGE DCI 120, Turbo Diesel, 5 door 
hatchback, beige coachwork with contrasting 
biscuit half leather sports trim 

£5495 



99 (T) LAND ROVER FREELANDER 1.8 

SE, 5 dr, Black coachwork, Grey trim, low miles, 
new MOT, rcl, alarm, E/windows, E/ mirrors, twin 
a/bags, 4X4, alloys, never taken off road, stunning 

ONLY £3695 



01 (Y) PEUGEOT 206 1.1 STYLE 3 door 
hatch, met green coachwork with green velour 
trim, low mileage, M/D service history, long MOT, 
PAS, alarm, Air bags, CD hi-fi. 

ONLY £2995 



01 (Y) VOLVO V40 1.8 S AUTO ESTATE, 

Met Gold, Full service history, only 69000 mis, 
long MOT/Tax, PAS, EW, EM, remote central 
locking/alarm, Air con, CD Hi-fi, alloys 

NOW £4695 


SPORTS/CONVERTIBLE/PRESTIGE 

03 (52) VW GOLF GTI 1.8 TURBO, manual, met blue, low mileage, service history, PAS, Air 
bags, remote locking, alarm immobilizer, CD, alloys, ABS, only 1 former keeper NOW £7495 

99 (V) BMW Z3 1.9 SPORTS CONVERTIBLE, met green, tan leather trim, black mohair 
soft top, s/history, power roof, power seats, a/c, EW, EM, quality CD, M-tec Alloys etc £6995 
51 AUDI A4 2.0 SE MANUAL, met black, low mileage, new MOT, electric windows, mirrors, 
power steering, 4x Air bags, alarm immobilizer, Traction control, CD NOW £6395 

98 (R) MAZDA MX5 SPORTS CONVERTIBLE, red, black sports trim, new MOT, Air con, 

PAS, EW, central locking, alloys, alarm immobilizer, quality CD Hi-fi NOW £3995 

95 (N) FORD ESCORT 1.8 SI CONVERTIBLE, yellow, black leather trim, service history, 
electric pack, RCL, alarm, Ac, E/w, E/m, twin air bags, alloy wheels, CD hi-fi ONLY £1995 

99 (V) CITROEN XSARA 1.4 WEST COAST 5 door sports hatch, stunning met yellow, low 
mileage, long MOT, s/history, PAS, EW, EM, Air bags BARGAIN AT £2395 NOW £1895 

96 (N) JAGUAR XJ6 3.2 SPORT AUTO, metallic sky blue, cream leather trim, Air 
Conditioning, EW, EM, CD Multiplayer, Harman Karden hi-fi pack, alloys ONLY £3495 

HATCHBACK/SALOON 

01 (Y) HONDA ACCORD TYPE - V 2.3 HATCHBACK, 5 drs, met black, 1 owner, 47000 miles, 
service history, MOT, Air con, PAS, EW, EM, Air con, Cruise control, Air bags, CD, alloys NOW £4995 
02 (02) PEUGEOT 406 RAPIER 2.0 SALOON, met silver, only 50000 miles, full service 
history, Air con, Air bags, alarm immobilizer, CD, alloy wheels, 1 former keeper. NOW £3995 

98 (R) PEUGEOT 106 XN 3 DOOR HATCH, met green, service history, long MOT, Air bag, 

CD, only group 3 insurance, low TAX group, ideal first car NOW £1495 

01 (Y) PEUGEOT 106 XN 1.1 ZEST 2, 5 door hatch, moonstone blue, only 62000 miles, 
M/D service history, long MOT, PAS, alarm, Air bags, CD, 1 former keeper NOW £2995 
00 (X) ROVER 451.8 CLUB, 4 doorsaloon, only one former keeper, service history, 87000 
miles, long MOT, PAS, EW, EM, Air bags, remote locking/alarm, CD, alloys etc ONLY £2495 

99 (T) PEUGEOT 3061.8 LX AUTOMATIC, 5 door hatch, met green, PAS, EW, EM, Air con, 

Air bags, alarm immobilizer, CD, MOT, service history, only 2 former keepers NOW £2395 
99 (V) VAUXHALL VECTRA GLS 2.0 AUTOMATIC, Met champagne, service history, long 
MOT, PAS, EW, EM, remote central locking/alarm, Air con ONLY £1995 

ESTATE/MPV/4X4 

95 (N) TOYOTA GRANVIA 3.0 TURBO DIESEL, automatic, dark met blue, full privacy 
glass, very low mileage, PAS, Air con, Air bags, alarm immobilizer, CD changer NOW £5495 
01 (Y) FORD RANGER 4X4 CREW CAB PICK-UP 2.5 TURBO DIESEL, diamond 
white, service history, long MOT, electric pack, remote locking, alarm, Air con, air bags, 2/4 wheel 
drive, CD, 1 former keeper. (Optional Ifor Williams alloy pick-up top) £4995 


01 (X) VW BEETLE 1.6, 3 door hatchback, 
metallic cherry, black fleck trim, traction control, 
RCL, alarm, Air con, E/W, E/M, twin air bags, 
hi-fi, full service history, low mileage, grp 7 ins. 

ONLY £5495 



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01 (Y) Honda Hornet sports/commuter, met 
blue, garaged, comes with new front tyre, recent 
back tyre, new brake pads front & rear, hugger, 

tinted screen, full MOT 

ONLY £1995 



96 (N) TRIUMPH TROPHY 900, Met 

blue, only dry use, low mileage, garaged, service 
history, lots of extras, remote alarm immobilizer, 
full pannier kit, a full MOT, road Tax. 

ONLY £2195 


99 (T) SUZUKI GSXR 600 SRAD Met 

blue and white, Only 19000 dry mis, 2 owners, 
garaged, service history, data tag, comes with 
carbon and std end can. 

ONLY £2495 



03 (52) KTM 680 DUKE 2 SUPERMOTO 
SPORTS BIKE, KTM “STEALTH" livery, garaged, 
only 3600 miles, tinted screen, Matt black ‘n’ 
mean! Recent tyre, Free 6 months warranty with 

NOW ONLY £2995 



00 (W) SAAB 9-5 2.0 CONVERTIBLE, 

diamond black, grey leather, full service history, 
electric pack, remote locking, alarm, Air con, air 
bags, alloy wheels, hi-fi. 

ONLY £5695 


01 (Y) CITROEN XSARA PICASSO 1.8 SX, 5 dr hatch, met silver, ONLY 59000 miles, full 
MD service history, MOT, PAS, EW, EM, a/c, Air bags, alarm immob, 2 keepers NOW £4495 

02 (02) PEUGEOT 406 2.0 GTX AUTOMATIC ESTATE, green metallic, very low mileage, 
service history, Air con, PAS, Air bags, remote locking, alarm immobilizer, CD, alloys NOW £3995 

DIESEL 

99 (V) MERCEDES E220 CDI AVENTGARDE 2.2 TURBO DIESEL, 5 doorsaloon, met blue, 
service history, electric pack, remote locking, alarm, Air con, air bags, alloys, hi-fi NOW £6595 

95 (N) TOYOTA GRANVIA 3.0, TURBO DIESEL, automatic, dark blue, full privacy glass, 
very low mileage, PAS, Air con, Air bags, EW, EM, electric sun roof x 2,8 seater NOW £4995 

01 (Y) FORD MONDEO 2.0 ZETEC TDDI, Turbo Diesel, 5 door hatch, light metallic blue, 
service history (recently serviced), new MOT, PAS, EW, EM, Air conditioning, Air bags, RCL £3495 

94 (M) BMW 325 TURBO DIESEL 4dr, stunning citrus yellow, grey velour trim, long MOT, 

PAS, EW, EM, Air bags, RCL/alarm, CD hi-fi, lowered, clear lights, etc. ONLY £2295 

98 (R) PEUGEOT 406 2.1 GLX TURBO DIESEL 5 doorsaloon, diamond white, service 
history, MOT, Air con, PAS, air bags, alloy wheels, only 1 former keeper £1695 

PX CARS AND VANS (NO WARRANTY) 

00 (V) RENAULT KANGOO LX 1.8 DIESEL VAN, ADDITIONAL FOLD UP SEATS X 2, 

white ONLY 99000 miles, service history, recent service with belt change £2595 NO VAT 

98 (R) FORD FIESTA 1.8 DIESEL VAN 3 door hatch, grey, ONLY 97000 miles, recent 
service, new MOT, Air bag, roof bars, tow bar and twin electric’s, 1 former keeperNOW £1295 

95 (N) CHRYSLER NEON 2.0 LXl AUTOMATIC, 5 door saloon, met green, low mileage, 
service history, new MOT, EW x 4, EM, PAS, air bags, hi-fi, only 1 owner from new NOW £1295 

97 (P) PEUGEOT 306 1.6 SPINNAKER 5 door hatch, metallic blue coachwork with grey 
velourtrim, new MOT, air conditioning, PAS, EW, remote central locking and alarm, Air bags, original 
CD hi-fi. ONLY £1495 

BIKES, BOATS 

SUZUKI DL-V1000 K2 STORM, only 8000 dry miles, garaged, service history, bright yellow, 
electric start, fuel injection, alarm immobilizer, new MOT, TAX until April 08 ONLY £3995 

16FT PHANTOM SPEEDBOAT WITH 90HP MERCURY OUTBOARD. Seats five people, fitted 
with power trim and tilt, oil injection, sits on a twin axle snipe brake back trailer NOW £3195 

01 (Y) HONDA HORNET SPORTS/COMMUTER, met blue, garaged, comes with new front 
tyre, recent back tyre, new brake pads front & rear, hugger, tinted screen, full MOT ONLY £1995 

04 (54) SUZUKI DRZ SK4 400CC TRAILS BIKE, Met blue, Only 4000 mis, one owner, 
electric start, disk brakes, powerful 4 stroke engine, garaged, service history NOW £2595 



99 (T) 4X4 IZUZU TROOPER CITATION 

3.5 V6 LWB A, 5 dr, met green, service 
history, new MOT, full electric pack, alarm, Air 
con, Electric sun roof, air bags, 4 WD, alloys 

NOW ONLY £3995 



98 (R) RANGE ROVER 4.0 SE, 5 dr, met 

black, black leather trim, low mileage, FSH, new 
MOT, RCL, alarm, A/c, Ew x 4, Em, twin air b 
Traction control, 4x4, alloys, hi-fi, tow bar 

ONLY £7995 NOW £6995 



05 (55) RENAULT SCENIC DYNAMIQUE 

WT 136 MPV 5 dr hatch, met burgundy, ONLY 
17000 miles,full history, EWx4, EM, PAS,airbags, 
CD, computer, remote locking, alarm, Air con, alloys 

£7995 


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01 (Y) TOYOTA RAV 4 NV VVTI 3 door 
estate, met blue, Full service history, MOT, 
electric pack, remote locking, alarm, Air con, 
Traction control, only 1 former keeper 

■ ONLY £5395 



ALL CARS UNDERGO A NEW MoT IF LESS THAN 5 MONTHS REMAIN (EXCLUDING PX CARS) 

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Adamsons of Deal and Dover 


0% APR typical 


on selected new 
Fabias and Fabia Estates. 


The new Fabia is available from a 
fantastic £7,890 RRP 


The new Fabia is available from a 
fantastic £7,890 RRP 


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All the lovely stuff we have packed into the new Fabia has made 
it one of the hottest cars of 2007, offering more legroom, more 
headroom, more bootspace, more safety features, more 
technology and many more interior features. 


The arrival of the stylish Fabia Estate on the 7th February means there 
is even more loveliness. With maximum load space of 1,460 litres our 
small estate is perfectly formed to hold all of your favourite things. 


1 year’s FREE insurance or 
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The new Fabia Sport available from £10,660 RRP. 

Brighten up your life with the new Fabia Sport. For a limited time our sporty 
little number comes with one years free insurance, as well as 16" alloys, 
halogen headlights, 3 spoke leather steering wheel, sports body kit, sports 
seats, sunset glass and lots lots more lovely stuff. 

We put a lot into the design 
of our remarkable Roomster. 

Then we took a lot off £1,000. 



A car of the year with 0% APR 
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Try the Roomster on for size. Now from only £9,045 RRP. 

Our clever MPV helps your make the most of whatever life brings, 
and with £1,000 off the RRP you can make even more of it. with its 
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Taxi plan available 

From the manufacturer of happy drivers 


The Octavia is available from £11,135 RRP. 

Performance, precision, attention to detail and an ambition to create 
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TIME was that practicality was a dirty word with car buyers and choosing an estate was an admission you needed to carry tools 
on weekdays and kids at the weekend. But lifestyle estates' suggesting a rural existence, as well the rise of MPVs have made space 
OUR PICK FROM A KEY SECTOR and flexibility permissible and even big business. So, we have chosen three affordable yet useful secondhand load luggers to illustrate 

different approaches: an estate based on a best seller, a thoroughly modern MPV and a capacious van-based all-rounder. 


USED CAR ROUND-UP: 


FORD FOCUS ESTATE 



FORD'S estate spin-off from the original futuristic Focus design was 
not the most convincing looker, but proved to be an effective load 
lugger with all the driving virtues of its sister. Secondhand bargain 
hunters will find plenty of engine and trim choice at affordable prices 
- many companies bought these to put reps and their samples on the 
road - but check for high mileage and abuse. If you can afford them, 
Focus Mk II estates make more elegant used buys. 

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Looks and image 

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Running costs 

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Reliability 

★★★★★ 

Quality 

★★★★★ 


VAUXHALL MERIVA 



IT has not enjoyed the new car sales success of its Zafira big brother, 
but used car buyers know the value of the Corsa-based Vauxhall 
Meriva. It's compact yet still has a higher driving position; it is also tall 
and capacious yet handles with car-like sure-footedness. Mix in a good 
range of engines and trim - including a scorching VXR version - and 
you start to see why this flexible five-door MPV is sought after on the 
used market. 

STAR QUALITY 

Driving appeal ★★★★ 


Looks and image 

★★★★★ 

Space 

★★★★★ 

Value 

★★★★★ 

Running costs 

★★★★★ 

Reliability 

★★★★★ 

Quality 

★★★★★ 


CITROEN BERLINGO MULTISPACE 



POSTMAN Pat jibes come thick and fast, but you can have the last 
laugh with a miserly yet capable diesel version of this van-based work¬ 
horse. Along with its Peugeot sister - the Partner Combi - it's pleasant 
to drive, cruises well and has two rear sliding side doors for easy 
access. The legendary power and refinement of the diesel engine is 
another attraction to tempt families, dog lovers or those who need 


something simple and roomy to suit a sporty lifestyle. 

STAR QUALITY 

Driving appeal ★★★ 


Looks and image 

★★★★★ 

Space 

★★★★★ 

Value 

★★★★★ 

Running costs 

★★★★★ 

Reliability 

★★★★★ 

Quality 

★★★★★ 


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67-69 Northdown Road • Cliftonville • Margate • Kent • CT9 2RJ 
Tel: 01843 290890 • Mobile: 07929726396 • Fax: 01843 808238 



> Petrol, Fully Loaded 
Sat Nav/TV Leather, 
FSH 

£7995 


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ADVANCED AUTO 



FSH Alloys POWER 
STEERING E/W 
AIRCON CC 

£4795 


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DTI 



1 New Shape 20k FSH 
Metallic silver 5dr EW, 
PS, CL. 


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03 53 BMW 330 DIESEL SPORT FACE LIFT MOD Manual 6 

Speed Green/Blue, E/w PAS, CENTRAL LOCKING AC MV Alloys 
Suede/Cloth above Average Miles FSH. £9495 

07 07 VAUXHALL ASTA 1.3 DTI New Shape 20k Full Service 
History Metallic silver 5dr Electric Windows Power 
Steering Central Locking Manufactures Warranty ..£8695 

04 54 VAUXHALL ASTRA CONVERTIBLE 1.8 Benetton 

Metallic Black Black Electric Hood Alloy Central Locking 
Power Steering Electric Windows Zircon 60k Full Service 
History.£7995 

00 W MERCEDES E240 ADVANCED AUTO Metallic Blue FSH 
Alloys PAS ELECTRIC WINDOWS A/CON CC. £4795 

04 54 RENAULT LAGUNA EXPRESSION 1.8 16V Met Blue FSH 
Power Steering Central Locking E/W Aircon 86k. £3995 

03 53 VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.6 ESTATE Alloys CENTRAL 

LOCKING PAS e/w FSH Outstanding.£3995 

06 56 DINLI QUADZILLER 450 R 550 mls/reverse, road legal, 
Metallic Silver .£3595 

00 X VAUXHALL ASTRA COUPE 1,8L Met Red 67k Miles FSH 
E/W Central Locking Power Steering. £3495 

01 51 FORD MONDEO DIESEL TDI 87K miles FSH Met Blue E/W 

Central Locking Power Steering . £2995 

02 02 DAEWOO TACUMA 2L MPV metallic blue Electric 

Windows PAS CL supreme condition .£2795 

00 X CITROEN XRARA LX HDI 5 Door Hatch Back Met Silver 

86k Service History Very Clean Superb Bargain Buy at. £1995 


CARS WANTED 
FOR CASH!!! 

FULL DEALER FACILITIES AVAILABLE 

Full HPi reports on every car. All 
major credit/debit cards accepted 

(a small charge will be applied to all 
credit/debit card transactions) 

All cars sold over £2,000 will be sold with 3 
months’ parts & labour warranty, full service 
& year’s MOT if less than 6 months 



Metallic Silver 45K FSH 
No Vat 

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£3995 


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£3,495 


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SPECIAL EDITIONS 


WITH ADDED KUDOS... 



A LOW C0 2 CAR PRODUCER 


THE CACHET SPECIAL EDITION RANGE ADDS EVEN MORE CONTEMPORARY, 
STYLISH AND INNOVATIVE FEATURES TO THOSE YOU ALREADY EXPECT 
FROM CITROEN. C2., C3 OR CA HATCHBACK. AIR CONDITIONING... ALLOY 
WHEELS... IT'S A RANGE WITH ADDED PRESTIGE AND ADDED VALUE. 


Grey 'Matrix' 
cloth 


Driver's and front passenger’s airbags • Air conditioning 
ABS with EBD and EBA • Remote control central locking 
Power steering • Electric front windows • 15” alloy wheels 
(1.4i model) • RDS stereo radio/MP3 compatible CD player 


From only £7,995* 
Inc. £1,100 Cashback* 


'Tramontane' 

cloth 


ABS with EBD and EBA • Power steering • Air conditioning 
Driver’s, front passenger’s and lateral airbags • Front fog lights 
Remote control central locking • Electric front windows 
15” alloy wheels • RDS stereo radio/MP3 compatible CD player 


From only £8,995* 

Inc. up to £1,700 Cashback* 


Grey 'Castelno' 
woven cloth 


ABS with EBD and EBA • Front fog lights • 17” alloy wheels 
7 airbags • Fixed panoramic sunroof • Electric front windows 
Power steering • Remote control central locking • Cruise control 
Air conditioning • RDS stereo radio/MP3 compatible CD player 


From only £12,195* 

Inc. up to £2,200 Cashback* 


3 YEARS' 

WARRANTY 

ON ALL 
MODELS 


23 CITROEN VEHICLES 

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OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT FUEL CONSUMPTION FIGURES: Urban cycle, Extra urban, Combined (Litres per lOOkm/mpg) & C0 2 Emissions (g/km); 
Lowest: C3 1.4HDi (70hp): 5.3/53.3, 3.8/74.3, 4.4/64.2, 115. Highest: C4 1.6i 16V (llOhp): 9.5/29.7, 5.7/49.6, 7.1/39.8, 169. 


*0N THE ROAD RECOMMENDED PRICES AND OFFERS APPLY TO QUALIFYING NEW CITROEN VEHICLES ORDERED AND REGISTERED BY 31/03/08 AND INCLUDE VAT, DELIVERY TO DEALER AND NUMBER PLATES, GOVERNMENT FIRST REGISTRATION FEE, AND 12 MONTHS’ GRADUATED VEHICLE EXCISE DUTY. BLACK/METALLIC PAINT OPTIONAL AT EXTRA COST. PRICES SHOWN INCLUDE THE DEDUCTION OF THE APPROPRIATE 
MANUFACTURER’S MODEL AND GO LO C0 2 P/X CASHBACKS FROM THE MANUFACTURER’S ON THE ROAD RECOMMENDED RETAIL PRICES. THESE CASHBACKS WILL BE REPAID AGAINST THE MANUFACTURER’S RECOMMENDED RETAIL “ON THE ROAD" PRICES. £500 GO LO C0 2 CASHBACK ON ALL C4 CACHET MODELS MAY ONLY BE APPLIED AGAINST THE PURCHASE OF SPECIFIED MODELS WHERE A CUSTOMER IS PART EXCHANGING 
A VEHICLE REGISTERED IN THEIR NAME, THAT HAS HIGHER C0 2 EMISSIONS THAN THE NEW CITROEN CAR BEING PURCHASED. OFFER ONLY APPLIES TO RETAIL AND DRIVING SCHOOL REGISTRATIONS. CUSTOMERS PART EXCHANGING A VEHICLE REGISTERED BEFORE 01/03/01 ARE AUTOMATICALLY ELIGIBLE FOR THE GO LO C0 2 CASHBACKS. TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY. SEE YOUR PARTICIPATING CITROEN DEALER FOR FULL 


DETAILS. C2 l.li 61HP CACHET £7,995 (£9,095 LESS £1,100 MANUFACTURER’S MODEL CASHBACK), C3 1.4i 75HP CACHET £8,995 (£10,695 LESS £1,700 MANUFACTURER’S MODEL CASHBACK), C4 1.6i 16V 110HP CACHET £12,195 (£14,395 LESS £1,700 MANUFACTURER’S MODEL AND £500 GO LO C0 2 P/X CASHBACK). **0% APR TYPICAL OVER 3 YEARS AVAILABLE ON ALL C3 CACHET AND C4 CACHET MODELS. FINANCE 
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AUDI 

A2, SE 5dr, gj02cxu, climate control, 
remote alarm, remote central locking, 
power steering, electric front windows, 
electric mirrors, abs, twin air bags, 
radio cassette, uk specification, uk 
supplied, 16" alloys, aluminium silver, 
66440 miles, £5999, Marshams, 
Maidstone, 01622 200 100 (TRADE) 

A3, SE, ak02fbo, central locking, 
immobiliser, air con, electric windows, 
power steering, abs, air bag, cd player, 
colour coded body, electric mirrors, 
alcantara leather, stereo, metallic 
paintwork, rear wash/wipe, 17" alloys, 
blue, 52000 miles, £6999, Marshams, 
01622 200 100 (TRADE) 

A6, 2.0 SE, 1996 (n), 1996/n, 125000 
miles silver, 4 door saloon, air con, 
climate control, leather upholstery, 
pas, abs, air bag, passenger air bag, 
electric sunroof, alloys, central locking, 
cruise control, electric windows, 
electric mirrors, electric seats, alarm, 
immobiliser, cd, metallic silver, £only 
£995, Riviera Car Sales, Folkestone, 
01303 244244 (TRADE) 


TT, Quattro 1.8 20V T 225PS, dec 
2001 wf51xod, three previous 
keepers, power steering, remote 
central locking, climate control, 
electric windows, 6 speed gearbox, full 
service history, single cd player, twin & 
side airbags, abs brakes, esp, engine 
immobiliser, car alarm, on-board 
computer, electricdoor mirrors, front 
fog lamps, tinted glass, adj. steering 
column, seat height adjuster, grey 
leather interior, sports seats, heated 
seats, split rear seats, alloy wheels, 
brilliant black metallic, 45,500 miles, 
£12,995, Hollis Motors, Dover, 01304 
206710 (TRADE) 

TT, 1.8 T Quaro, 719649, audi tt 1.81 
quattro 2dr [180] [6] hyundai hyundai 
Ashford drake & fletcher silver, 2002, 
56360 miles, manual, petrol, 2 doors, 

2 previous owners, silver, £10990, 
Drake and Fletcher Hyundai, Ashford, 
0845 389 1214 (TRADE) 

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ARNAGE, red label auto, 2001, 
blenhiem silver with black leather, 
50000 miles, £49950, Martin James 
Cars, Kent, 01795426700 (TRADE) 


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2003 53 SAAB 9-5 Vector, 04 Model, 2.2 TiD, 4 Doors, Automatic, Black, 04 I 

Model, Part Grey Leather Trim, Climate Control, Radio Cassette/CD Player, 11 

Alloy Wheels. £8,495 I 

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2003 03 SAAB 9-5 Aero 2.3L Hot, Steel Grey, Grey Leather Trim, Electric I 

Mirrors, Electric Windows, Climate Control, Radio Cassette/CD Player, I 

Alloy Wheels. £7,495 I 

2003 03 SAAB 9-5 Vector Estate 2.0L EcoPower, Merlot Red, Grey Part Leather I 
Trim, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Climate Control, Radio Cassette/CD I 
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Electric Windows, Climate Control, Radio Cassette/CD Player, Alloy I 

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2001 51 SAAB 9-3 3 Door, 2.2 TiD, Sungreen, Grey Part Leather Trim, Electric I 

Mirrors, Electric Windows, Climate Control, Radio/CD Player, Alloy I 

Wheels. £4,495 I 

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2002 52 SAAB 9-3 Vector 2.0 EcoPower, Steel Grey, Grey/Parchment, Part I 

Leather Trim, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Climate Control, I 
Radio/CD Player, Alloy Wheels. £7,495 I 

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1 SERIES, 120i Se, black, 2004, 

32306 miles, manual, petrol, 5 doors, 

3 previous owners, black, £10995, 
Drake and Fletcher Hyundai, Ashford, 
0845 389 1214 (TRADE) 

3 SERIES, 316i SE 1895cc 4 door, 
2000, abs brakes air conditioning alloy 
wheels driver's airbag multiple airbags 
power steering immobiliser met silver, 
107000 miles, £3995, Northdown 
Road Motor Company, Margate, 01843 
290890 (TRADE) 

318, 2003, mauritus blue, 25478 
miles, £10995, WJ King Vauxhall, 
Bromley, 020 8464 3456 (TRADE) 

320 2.0, TD SE, 2004, black, 48754 
miles, £11495, Morris Forshaw, 
Maidstone, 01622 750 442 (TRADE) 

CITROEN 

C2, 1.1 i Furio 3dr, 2007,1 .1 i furio 3dr 
hatch, blue, 1000 miles, £7295, 
Wilmoths Ashford, Ashford, 01233 
640100 (TRADE) 

C2,1 .4i SX 3dr, 2007, 1 ,4i sx 3dr 
hatch, wicked red, 6354 miles, £7495, 
Masters Citroen, Penge, 0208 659 
0909 (TRADE) 

C2, 1.1 i Cachet 3dr, 2008,1.1 i cachet 
3dr hatch sp eds, arctic steel, 1000 
miles, £7995, Masters Citroen, Penge, 
0208 659 0909 (TRADE) 

DAEWOO 

DAEWOO NUBIRA 4 door saloon, 06 
2000,1.6 p se mot july 08,0 miles, 
£500, Beaver Commercials, Ashford, 
01233 634763 (TRADE) 


LACETTI, SX 1.6,25637, finished in 
mint green with black interior manual, 
black, 0 miles, £4995, Caffyns 
Tumbridge Wells Vauxhall, Tunbridge 
Wells, 01892 515700 (TRADE) 

LANOS, 1.4 S Hatchback 3d 1349cc, 
w583vlm, new mot very clean cheap 
tax & insurance, green, 33935 miles, 
£1495.00, DCD Autos, ASHFORD, 
01233 642211 (TRADE) 

FIAT 

BRAVO, T-JET, gf07sxv, alarm, alloy 
wheels, anti-lock brakes, central 
locking, drivers airbag, electric 
windows, passenger airbag, power 
steering, side airbags, split/folding rear 
seats, tinted glass, traction control, trip 
computer, climate control, metallic 
paint, red, 7000 miles, £11995, 
Thames Group Tunbridge Wells, 
Tunbridge Wells, 01892 549766 
(TRADE) 

COUPE, 2.016V, 1995, red, 72451 
miles, £1995, County Car Sales, Dover, 
01304 242324 (TRADE) 

CROMA, JTD Dynamic, gk55uru, 
abs(anti-lock brakes), air bag knee, air 
conditioning, body coloured bumpers, 
central locking, cloth interior, driver's 
air bag, immobiliser, passenger air 
bag, power-assisted steering, blue, 
27000 miles, £7995, Thames Group 
Tunbridge Wells, Tunbridge Wells, 
01892 549766 (TRADE) 

GRANDE PUNTO, gf57 ktc, prE reg, 
3doors, cd player, blue tooth 
technology, i-pod connection, body kit, 
alloys, fantastic value call dean or 
mark, red, delivery miles, £6995, 
Medway Autos, Kent, 01634 388887 
(TRADE) 


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IDEA, 1.3 Multijet Active 5dr, 
wv55ukw, diesel, red, 7000 miles, 
£5994, SMC Mitsubishi Sittingbourne, 
Sittingbourne, 0844 5762476 (TRADE) 

IDEA, 1.4 Active 5dr, gl54kww, petrol, 
blue, 35000 miles, £4494, SMC 
Mitsubishi Sittingbourne, 

Sittingbourne, 0844 5762476 (TRADE) 

MAREA, TD 100 SX, 1998 (r), 1998/r, 
106000 miles red, 5 door estate 
diesel, pas, abs, air bag, central 
locking, electric windows, electric 
mirrors, service history, alarm, 
immobiliser, stereo, many more quality 
pre-owned cars for sale on: 
www.rivieracarsales.co.uk, metallic 
burgandy, Eonly £995, Riviera Car 
Sales, Folkestone, 01303 244244 
(TRADE) 

MAREA, TD 100 SX Weekend, 1998, 
red, 106000 miles, £995, County Car 
Sales, Dover, 01304 242324 (TRADE) 

MULTIPLA, 1.9 JTD Eleganza (115) 

5dr, 10214178, immobiliser, remote 
alarm, remote central locking, cloth 
upholstery, centre armrest, head 
restraints, height adjustable seat, 
folding rear seats, adjustable steering 
column, multi-function steering wheel, 
parking sensor, power steering, trip 
computer, abs, child locks, multiple 
airbags, front fog lamps, metallic 
paintwork, rear wash/wipe, automatic 
electric windows, electric mirrors, 
electric windows, air conditioning, cd 
player, radio, stereo, alloy wheels, 
metallic black, 54000 miles, £7490, 
Kent TDi Centre, Maidstone, 01622 
750022 (TRADE) 

MULTIPLA 1.9, 2003, silver, 50051 
miles, £5795, Morris Forshaw, 
Maidstone, 01622 750 442 (TRADE) 

PANDA, Dynamic, 2004, yellow, 32817 
miles, £3995, Morris Forshaw, 
Maidstone, 01622 750 442 (TRADE) 

PANDA, 1.1 Active 5dr, fp55hmx, abs, 
air bag, twin air bags, electric front 
windows, rear wash/wipe, blue, 9397 
miles, £5199, AutoPlanet Maidstone, 
Maidstone, 0845 871 5185 (TRADE) 

PUNTO, 1.2 Active Sport 3dr (2003 - 
2006), 05/01/2005, cd player driver 
airbag power steering immobiliser 
electric windows, blue, 17813 miles, 
£4999, Invicta Motors, Ramsgate, 
01843 853555 (TRADE) 

PUNTO 1.2 16v, 2003, blue, 36749 
miles, £4295, Morris Forshaw, 
Maidstone, 01622 750 442 (TRADE) 

FORD 

FOCUS, 1.8 Zetec, 1999, insurance 
group 6 2 owners service history 
immobiliser drivers airbag power 
steering moondust silver, 64000 miles, 
£3289, A1 Carriages, Crayford, 01322 
281525 (TRADE) 

FOCUS, Zetec 5dr Auto, 5866079, 
front fog lamps, remote central 
locking, alarm, rear headrests, rear 
wash/wipe, electric front windows, 
adjustable steering column, radio 
cassette, twin air bags, power 
steering, cloth upholstery, alloy 
wheels, blue, 41200 miles, £3995, 
Kings Highway Garage Ltd, Plumstead, 
020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 


FOCUS Zetec 5dr, front fog lamps, 
remote central locking, alarm, rear 
wash/wipe, rear headrests, electric 
mirrors, electric front windows, height 
adjustable seat, adjustable steering 
column, air conditioning, cd player, 
radio, twin air bags, abs, power 
steering, traction control, cloth 
upholstery, alloy wheels, blue, 43000 
miles, £4295, Kings Highway Garage 
Ltd, 020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 

HONDA 

ACCORD, 2.2 l-Ctdi Sport, 
10003851074, immobiliser, remote 
central locking, colour coded interior, 
half leather, centre armrest, height 
adjustable seat, lumbar support, 
adjustable steering column, cruise 
control, multi-function steering wheel, 
power steering, abs, child locks, 
multiple airbags, colour coded body, 
front fog lamps, metallic paintwork, 
rear spoiler, rear wash/wipe, electric 
mirrors, electric windows, dual climate 
zones, multi-disc cd player, steering 
wheel audio controls, alloy wheels, 
metallic blue, 66000 miles, £9990, AR 
Cars, Kent, 01342 851122 (TRADE) 

ACCORD, l-VTEC SE, 5530079, remote 
central locking, remote alarm, electric 
mirrors, electric windows, height 
adjustable seat, cruise control, power 
steering, adjustable steering column, 
radio cassette, air conditioning, twin 
air bags, electric sunroof, rear armrest, 
abs, cloth upholstery, red, 56000 
miles, £3695, Kings Highway Garage 
Ltd, 020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 

CR-V, LS, t963mlf, electric windows, 
immobiliser, power steering, air con, 
sunroof, air bag, cloth upholstery, 
remote central locking, metallic 
paintwork, cd, stereo, 4x4, blue, 70000 
miles, £3999, Marshams, Maidstone, 
01622 200 100 (TRADE) 

HYUNDAI 


COUPE, S, half leather, immobiliser, 
central locking, remote central locking, 
power steering, cd player, stereo, anti¬ 
theft system, 17" alloys, aluminium 
silver, 12000 miles, £8999, Marshams, 
Maidstone, 01622 200100 (TRADE) 

COUPE 2.0, SE, 2002, silver, 129941 
miles, £3995, Morris Forshaw, 
Maidstone, 01622 750 442 (TRADE) 

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TROOPER, Citation 3.5 V6 LWB, 1999 
(t), 4x4 Izuzu trooper citation 3.5 v6 
Iwb auto, 5 door, new mot, full electric 
pack, relectric windows 4,2 & 4 wheel 
drive, cd hi-fi, tow bar and twin 
electric pack, + much more, stunning 
condition, metalic green, £3995, 

Riviera Car Sales, Folkestone, 01303 
244244 (TRADE) 

JAGUAR 

S-TYPE, 3.0 V6 Auto, 1999, insurance 
group 15 abs alarm alloys body 
coloured bumpers climate control 
drivers airbag immobiliser passenger 
airbag power steering radio/cassette 
remote central locking side airbags 
traction control trip computer 2 
owners service history, meteorite 
silver, 62000 miles, £5000, A1 
Carriages, Crayford, 01322 281525 
(TRADE) 


S-TYPE, V6 Auto, full leather, height 
adjustable seat, electric seats, electric 
windows, electric mirrors, electric 
handbrake, traction control, cd player, 
radio, air conditioning, climate control, 
cruise control, twin air bags, curtain 
airbags, abs, trip computer, centre 
armrest, alloys, blue, 58700 miles, 
£9995, Kings Highway Garage Ltd, 
Plumstead, 020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 

KIA 

CARENS, Le 16v Crdi Auto, hk54 ehb, 
front fog lamps, remote central 
locking, alarm, full leather, centre 
armrest, electric windows, electric 
mirrors, adjustable steering column, 
height adjustable seat, air con, twin air 
bags, abs, power steering, cd player, 
radio, silver, 8500 miles, £6995, Kings 
Highway Garage Ltd, Plumstead, 020 
8855 4000 (TRADE) 

CARENS, 2.0 CRDi LX 5dr Auto, 
cu54gfz, abs, air bag, twin air bags, air 
con, electric front windows, electric 
windows, cd, rear wash/wipe, electric 
mirrors, front fog lamps, central 
locking, immobiliser, remote central 
locking, cloth upholstery, centre 
armrest, head restraints, height 
adjustable seat, adjustable steering 
column, power steering, metallic 
paintwork, tow pack, automatic 
electric windows, radio, stereo, 
imperial blue met, 18707 miles, 

£6999, AutoPlanet Maidstone, 
Maidstone, 0845 871 5185 (TRADE) 

land mum 

DEFENDER, 110 TDi County Station 
Wagon, 10845054, alarm, cloth 
upholstery, tow pack, sunroof, radio 
cassette, power steering, metallic 
paintwork, rear wash/wipe, alloy 
wheels, 4x4, road tax is £180 per year 
on this vehicle, epsom metallic green, 
68000 miles, £12995, Diesel Centre, 
Staplehurst, 01580 890333 (TRADE) 

DEFENDER, 110 TDi County Station 
Wagon, 10846054, alarm, power 
steering, rear wash/wipe, side steps, 
tow pack, sunroof, cloth upholstery, 

13" alloys, 4x4, road tax i s£180per 
year on this vehicle, black, 67000 
miles, £11995, Diesel Centre, 
Staplehurst, 01580 890333 (TRADE) 

mmmm 

5, TS2 D 2.0 110PS 5dr MPV, jan 2006 
gl55hyf, two previous keepers, power 
steering remote central locking, air 
conditioning, electric windows, 6 
speed gearbox, full service history, 
radio/cd player, cd autochanger, 
twin/side/curtain airbags, abs brakes, 
engine immobiliser, car alarm, 
electricdoor mirrors, tinted glass, rear 
wash/wipe, adj. steering column, seat 
height adjuster, sports seats, seven 
seats, alloy wheels, carbon grey 
metallic, 15,000 miles, £12,995, 

Hollis Motors, 01304 206710 (TRADE) 

6 , TS D 143,2006, grey metalic with 
charcoal, 31000 miles, £10495, IJM 
Motors, Strood, 01634 296688 
(TRADE) 

626, 2.0 GXi, 1998, insurance group 
10 drivers airbag power steering 
central locking front electric windows, 
classic red, 71000 miles, £1789, A1 
Carriages, Crayford, 01322 281525 
(TRADE) 

MERCEDES-BENZ 

230 Sport Kompressor, 1998, fantastic 
car with full ivory leather interior.full 
sport pack, lilac/blue, 57,000 miles, 
£5999.00, Bob Fisher Garage, Ashford, 
01303 814131 (TRADE) 

A CLASS, A170 CDI Avantgarde Auto, 
2002, insurance group 7 abs alarm 
alloy wheels body coloured bumpers 
drivers airbag electricdoor mirrors 
electric sunroof folding rear seats front 
electric windows front fog lights 
heated door mirrors height adjustable 
drivers seat immobiliser passenger 
airbag power steering radio/cd remote 
central locking side airbags steering 
wheel rake adjustment service history, 
aluminium silver, 66000 miles, £6000, 
A1 Carriages, Crayford, 01322 
281525 (TRADE) 

A CLASS, A140 Elegance Auto, 2000, 
insurance group 6 abs air conditioning 
alarm alloy wheels drivers airbag 
electricdoor mirrors folding rear seats 
front electric windows front fog lights 
heated door mirrors height adjustable 
drivers seat immobiliser passenger 
airbag power steering radio/cassette 
rear electric windows remote central 
locking service indicator side airbags 
steering wheel rake adjustment 
steering wheel reach adjustment, 
volcano red, 16000 miles, £4689, A1 
Carriages, Crayford, 01322 281525 
(TRADE) 


MG 

MGF, 1.8,1997, met green, 41420 
miles, £2795, County Car Sales, Dover, 
01304 242324 (TRADE) 

MGF, FVvc Sports, bd51svy, full 
leather, power steering, air bag, 
immobiliser, central locking, head 
restraints, colour coded body, metallic 
paintwork, electric windows, cd player, 
stereo, uk specification, 16" alloys, 
green, 90000 miles, £4299, 

Marshams, 01622 200100 (TRADE) 

MINI 


COOPER, Pepper 1.6 Auto, 2003, trim: 
cloth engine size: 1600 transmission: 
automatic no. of doors: 3, pearl black, 
36000 miles, £10495, Palm Bay, 
Margate, 01843 298554 (TRADE) 

COOPER, 1.6 3dr, 08/03/2002, cd 
player abs alarm power steering 
electric windows, silver, 47600 miles, 
£6799, Invicta Motors, Ashford, 01233 
504400 (TRADE) 

COOPER, 1.6,614649, mini cooper 
1.6 3dr honda honda maidstone drake 
& fletcher yellow, 2002,70068 miles, 
manual, petrol, 3 doors, 2 previous 
owners, yellow, £7695, Drake and 
Fletcher Honda, Tunbridge Wells, 0845 
130 4298 (TRADE) 

MITSUBISHI 

CARISMA, Elegance di-D Exe 5dr, full 
leather, central locking, abs, air bag, 
power steering, colour coded body, 
metallic paintwork, rear wash/wipe, air 
conditioning, electric windows, cd 
player, radio, uk supplied, 16" alloys, 
blue, 64000 miles, £4499, Marshams, 
Maidstone, 01622 200100 (TRADE) 

COLT, 1.1 Red 3dr, 121065127, abs, 
air bag, twin air bags, central locking, 
electric front windows, cd player, rear 
wash/wipe, red, 23755 miles, £5299, 
AutoPlanet Maidstone, Maidstone, 

0845 871 5185 (TRADE) 

COLT, 1.3 Elegance Automatic, 2005, 
abs air conditioning alloys audio 
remote control body coloured bumpers 
central locking drivers airbag electric 
door mirrors folding rear seats front 
electric windows front fog lights half 
leather seats heated door mirrors 
height adjustable drivers seat 
immobiliser passenger airbag power 
steering radio/cd rear electric windows 
remote central locking side airbags 
trip computer, steel grey, 950 miles, 
£7750, Masters Group Mitsubishi 
Bromley, Beckenham, 0208 6587122 
(TRADE) 

PEUGEOT 


PEUGEOT 306, R reg, 3-door, 2 Itr 
XSi. Blue, 12,000 miles, MoT, tax, 
recent cambelt. £1,100 ono. Tel: 
077793 862741 (PRIVATE) 


206, 1.9 LX D 5dr Man, ea51 blf, 
central locking, immobiliser, remote 
central locking, cloth upholstery, head 
restraints, folding rear seats, rear 
headrests, power steering, trip 
computer, abs, child locks, twin air 
bags, colour coded body, metallic 
paintwork, rear wash/wipe, electric 
front windows, electric mirrors, air 
conditioning, cd player, steering wheel 
audio controls, stereo, green, 66300 
miles, £3790, Kent TDi Centre, 
Maidstone, 01622 750022 (TRADE) 

206, 1.616v Roland Garros 5dr, 
remote central locking, immobiliser, 
half leather, height adjustable seat, 
sports seats, adjustable steering 
column, power steering, trip computer, 
abs, front fog lamps, metallic 
paintwork, rear wash/wipe, automatic 
electric windows, electric mirrors, 
climate control, cd player, radio, 
stereo, remote alarm, multi-function 
steering wheel, child locks, multiple 
airbags, auto lighting, rain-sensing 
wipers, panoramic sunroof, alloy 
wheels, metallic green, 68000 miles, 
£3990, Kent TDi Centre, Maidstone, 
01622 750022 (TRADE) 

206, 1.4 HDI, remote central locking, 
cloth upholstery, multi-function 
steering wheel, power steering, abs, 
air bag, cd player, air conditioning, 
electric windows, white, 50000 miles, 
£3000, Clearways Commercials, 
Sevenoaks, 01474 853034 (TRADE) 

206, 2.0 GTi 180 3dr [DAC+CC], 
17/03/2005, cd player abs alarm 
driver airbag power steering 
immobiliser auto climate control 
electric windows, black, 44115 miles, 
£8599, Invicta Motors, Ramsgate, 
01843 853555 (TRADE) 


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05 05 Renault Scenic Dynamique Grand 1.6, 7 seats, air 
con, air bags, alloys, CD, ABS, metallic Gold .£8,795 
04 53 VW Polo 1.4 TDi Sport Diesel 5 door, one owner, 

full service history, Air Con, Alloys, etc. £5995 

0606 Kia Picanto 1.1 LX 5 dr all 4 e/w, a/con, a/bags, cd 
player etc only 8,000 miles from new. 14 months 

manufacturers warranty still remaining. £5495 

03 03 Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 Club Automatic 5 door, only 
38,000 miles from new, FSH, superb little auto, 

power steering & remote central locking. £4450 

02 02 Renault Megane Scenic 1.4 Expression, only 
38,000 miles fitted with air conditioning, remote 

central locking, front spot lights etc. £4250 

01 Y Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 Club 5 door hatch, low 

insurance &. cheap road tax, only 55,000 miles with 

a full service history, in silver. £3995 

01 51 Renault Megane Privilege + 1.9 dci Diesel, full 

service history, Two owners, all 4 electric windows, 
multi-stack cd player, suede leather interior, sun 

roof, a/c, alloys etc etc. £3995 

02 02 Nissan Almera 1.5 Twist 5 door, full service 
history, CD player air con, low insurance & 

road tax.*. £3750 

01 X Citroen Saxo 1.1 2 Desire, 5 door, 2 owners, full 
service history, pas, low insurance & cheap taxfront 
spot lights, electric windows & remote central 

locking. £2,995 

OO W Fiat Bravo 1.6 Trofeo Limited Edition, 3 door, only 
55,000 miles, 1 owner from new, FSH, Multi-stack 

cd player must be seen. £2995 

OO V Peugeot 406 2.0 GLX 4 door, only two ownders, full 

service history, alloys, air con, etc. £2495 

01 Y Renault Megane Scenic 1.4 Authentique only 

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CLIO, Expression 1.416v 5dr, 
immobiliser, remote central locking, 
cloth upholstery, head restraints, 
height adjustable seat, retractable 
headrests,metallic paintwork, abs, 
multiple airbags, adjustable steering 
column, electric windows, electric 
mirrors, air conditioning, cd player, uk 
specification, uk supplied, mercury 
silver, 3282 miles, £8995, Lifestyle 
Renault, tunbridge wells, 0844 
8446514 (TRADE) 

CLIO, 1.2 5dr Auto, fn53fye, remote 
central locking, power steering, air 
conditioning, metallic paintwork, 
sunroof, immobiliser, cloth upholstery, 
head restraints, colour coded body, 
rear wash/wipe, air bag, electric 
windows, cd player, uk supplied, 
aluminium silver, 33000 miles, £5999, 
Marshams, Maidstone, 01622 200 100 
(TRADE) 

CLIO, Extreme 4 Dynamique 16v 3dr, 
remote central locking, remote alarm, 
cloth upholstery, abs, air bag, traction 
control, metallic paintwork, rear 
wash/wipe, radio, cd player, air 
conditioning, electric windows, electric 
mirrors, alloy wheels, aluminium silver, 
16881 miles, £5295, Saunders Abbott, 
Sidcup, 020 8300 2450 (TRADE) 

CLIO, 16v, 1993, blue, 125200 miles, 
£700, Morris Forshaw, Maidstone, 
01622 750 442 (TRADE) 

GRAND SCENIC, sc55laa, 1 owner, air 
conditioning, abs braking system, alloy 
wheels, cat 1 alarm, foglights, rear 
window sunblinds, switch-off facility, 
height & reach adjustable steering 
wheel, flame red metallic, 7500 miles, 
£8495, E-SSURED Cars UK, 

Broadstairs, 0845 6447751 
(TRADE) 

GRAND SCENIC, cp54kbj, 1 owner, air 
conditioning, abs braking system, stalk 
control radio / single & multi cd, 
foglights, 4 electric windows + child 
override, electric folding mirrors, part 
leather, rear picnic tables, foglights, 
(cost new £18120 save £10125 on 
price when new), flame red metallic, 
23000 miles, £7995, E-SSURED Cars 
UK, Broadstairs, 0845 6447751 
(TRADE) 

SAAB 

9-3, Linear TID 1.9, oct2004 
gf54wdc, two previous keepers, power 
steering, remote central locking, air 
conditioning, electric windows, 6 
speed gearbox, on-board computer, 
tinted glass, adj. steering column, seat 
height adjuster, alloy wheels, silver 
metallic, 32,000 miles, £9,495, Hollis 
Motors, Dover, 01304 206710 (TRADE) 

9-3 VECTOR, 2005, trim: part leather 
engine size: 1900 transmission: 
automatic no. of doors: 4, pearl black, 
34700 miles, £14995, Palm Bay, 
Margate, 01843 298554 (TRADE) 

9-5 CONVERTABLE, 2000 (w), 00 (w) 
saab 9-5 2.0 convertible, stunning 
diamond black coachwork with grey 
leather trim, full service history, 
electric pack, remote central locking, 
alarm, air con, electric windows, 
electric mirrors, twin air bags, alloy 
wheels, original hi-fi, stunning 
condition, true luxury at an affordable 
price, only £5695 many more quality 
pre-owned cars for sale on: 
www.rivieracarsales.co.uk, diamond 
black, low milage miles, £ cheap at 
£5695, Riviera Car Sales, Folkestone, 
01303 244244 (TRADE) 

9000, 2.3 CDE Saloon 4d 2290cc auto, 
n, very rare auto saab 9000 griffin.very 
fast car very clean.immaculate for 
year, green, 100k miles, £1399.00, 

Bob Fisher Garage, Ashford, 01303 
814131 (TRADE) 

ALHAMBRA, SXTDi 1.9 130PS 5dr 
MPV, mar 2004 gj04wlg, one previous 
keeper, power steering, remote central 
locking, climate control, front electric 
windows, 6 speed gearbox, full service 
history, radio/cassette, single cd 
player, twin & side airbags, abs 
brakes, engine immobiliser, car alarm, 
cruise control, electricdoor mirrors, 
cool box, tinted glass, rear wash/wipe, 
adj. steering column, seat height 
adjuster, seven seats, 2 x integrated 
child seats, indigo blue metallic, 46, 
500 miles, £11,795, Hollis Motors, 
Dover, 01304 206710 (TRADE) 

VAUXHALL 

ASTRA, Coupe Edition 1796cc 2 door, 
2000, cd player air conditioning alloy 
wheels central locking alarm multiple 
airbags power steering mileage 
verified immobiliser electric windows, 
met red, 67000 miles, £3495, 
Northdown Road Motor Company, 
Margate, 01843 290890 (TRADE) 

ASTRA, Life 1248cc 5 door, 2007, cd 
player air conditioning central locking 
alarm driver's airbag multiple airbags 
power steering mileage verified 
immobiliser electric windows, met 
silver, 22000 miles, £8495, Northdown 
Road Motor Company, Margate, 01843 
290890 (TRADE) 

ASTRA, 2006,3x3 point rear seat 
belts abs air conditioning alloys cloth 
seat trim drivers airbag electric door 
mirrors folding rear seats front electric 
windows front head restraints heated 
door mirrors height adjustable drivers 
seat immobiliser isofix child seat 
anchor points pas passenger airbag 
rear headrests rear wiper remote 
central locking service indicator side 
airbags space saver spare wheel trip 
computer, star silver, 20063 miles, 
£8995, WJ King Vauxhall, Dartford, 
01322 227581 (TRADE) 


VOLKSWAGEN 

BEETLE, 1.6 3 DOOR HATCHBACK, 
2001 (x), 01 (x) vw beetle 1.6 3 door 
hatchback stunning metallic cherry 
coachwork with black fleck trim, 
traction control, remote central 
locking, alarm, air con, electric 
windows, electric mirrors, twin air 
bags, original hi-fi, full service history, 
low mileage (47000) stunning 
condition, group 7 insurance, only 
£5495, metalic burgandy red, 47000 
miles miles, £5495, Riviera Car Sales, 
Folkestone, 01303 244244 (TRADE) 

BEETLE, 1.4,2005, trim: cloth engine 
size: 1400 transmission: manual no. of 
doors: 3, storm blue, 26000 miles, 
£8995, Palm Bay, Margate, 01843 
298554 (TRADE) 

BEETLE, 8v 3dr, 5853079, front fog 
lamps, remote central locking, alarm, 
rear headrests, centre armrest, twin air 
bags, traction control, air conditioning, 
radio cassette, adjustable steering 
column, height adjustable seat, abs, 
power steering, electric front windows, 
electric mirrors, multi-disc cd player, 
cloth upholstery, alloy wheels, blue, 
58300 miles, £5295, Kings Highway 
Garage Ltd, Plumstead, 020 8855 
4000 (TRADE) 

BORA, SE, 5745079, remote central 
locking, alarm, rear headrests, centre 
armrest, automatic electric windows, 
electric mirrors, height adjustable seat, 
adjustable steering column, air 
conditioning, radio cassette, cd player, 
twin air bags, auto-dip rearview, abs, 
power steering, trip computer, cloth 
upholstery, alloy wheels, red, 61700 
miles, £4695, Kings Highway Garage 
Ltd, Plumstead, 020 8855 4000 
(TRADE) 

BORA, 2.0 16vSE4dr, 10205178, 
immobiliser, remote alarm, remote 
central locking, cloth upholstery, 
centre armrest, head restraints, height 
adjustable seat, rear armrest, 
adjustable steering column, power 
steering, trip computer, traction 
control, abs, multiple airbags, metallic 
paintwork, electric mirrors, electric 
windows, air conditioning, cd player, 
radio, stereo, aluminium silver, 56000 
miles, £3790, KentTDi Centre, 
Maidstone, 01622 750022 (TRADE) 

GOLF, 1.9 GTTDI (130) 5dr (6spd), 
vk04tfj, immobiliser, remote alarm, 
remote central locking, cloth 
upholstery, centre armrest, head 
restraints, height adjustable seat, 
sports seats, folding rear seats, 
adjustable steering column, power 
steering, traction control, trip 
computer, abs, multiple airbags, 
metallic paintwork, rear wash/wipe, 
automatic electric windows, electric 
mirrors, climate control, cd player, 
radio, stereo, alloy wheels, aluminium 
silver, 49800 miles, £8790, Kent TDi 
Centre, Maidstone, 01622 750022 
(TRADE) 

GOLF, 1.9 TDi SE (105) 5dr, gl54kuu, 
immobiliser, remote alarm, remote 
central locking, cloth upholstery, 
centre armrest, head restraints, height 
adjustable seat, adjustable steering 
column, power steering, trip computer, 
abs, multiple airbags, front fog lamps, 
metallic paintwork, rear wash/wipe, 
auto-dip rearview, electric mirrors, 
electric windows, climate control, cd 
player, radio, stereo, alloy wheels, 
metallic blue, 59000 miles, £8790, 
KentTDi Centre, Maidstone, 01622 
750022 (TRADE) 

GOLF, S 5dr, 412461, immobiliser, 
central locking, power steering, air 
conditioning, colour coded body, 
metallic paintwork, head restraints, air 
bag, electric windows, sunroof, stereo, 
electric mirrors, grey, 100000 miles, 
£3699, Marshams, Maidstone, 01622 
200100 (TRADE) 

GOLF, 1.4 S 5dr [AC], hj05wbv, abs, air 
bag, twin air bags, side air bags, 
traction control, electric front windows, 
rear wash/wipe, electric mirrors, reflex 
silver, 32600 miles, £8999, AutoPlanet 
Maidstone, 0845 871 5185 (TRADE) 

LT, 35 LWB 109bhp Alloy-side With Tilt 
Cover, ap04hwn, cloth upholstery, 
tonneau cover, dual passenger seat, 
abs, cd player, white, 50000 miles, 
£9000, Clearways Commercials, 
Sevenoaks, 01474 853034 (TRADE) 

LUPO, S 3dr Auto, gy54 zdh, central 
locking, rear wash/wipe, rear 
headrests, height adjustable seat, 
electric front windows, adjustable 
steering column, radio cassette, twin 
air bags, abs, power steering, cloth 
upholstery, silver, 9000 miles, £5695, 
Kings Highway Garage Ltd, Plumstead, 
020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, 1.9 SE TDI 4dr, vn56gmx, 
abs, air bag, airbags, alarm, traction 
control, cruise control, electric front 
windows, electric windows, electric 
mirrors, central locking, immobiliser, 
remote central locking, cloth 
upholstery, centre armrest, electric 
seats, parking sensor, power steering, 
trip computer, multiple airbags, quick- 
clear screen, auto electric windows, 
electric handbrake, climate control, cd, 
radio, stereo, 16" alloys, silver, 12585 
miles, £13499, AutoPlanet Maidstone, 
0845 871 5185 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, SE 2.0 TDi 140ps, 2005, 
reflex silver with charcoal high velour, 
42000 miles, £11995, IJM Motors, 
Strood, 01634 296688 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, 1.9 TDI SE, 2006, artic silver 
blue with charcoal /grey cloth, 53000 
miles, £10995, IJM Motors, Strood, 
01634 296688 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, (New Model) TDi (140) S, 
en06lra, light metallic blue, 61000 
miles, £11990, AR Cars, Kent, 01342 
851122 (TRADE) 


PASSAT, SE TDi (130), gl53ufy, 
immobiliser, remote central locking, 
cloth upholstery, colour coded interior, 
power steering, abs, child locks, 
multiple airbags, colour coded body, 
metallic paintwork, rear wash/wipe, 
roof rails, electric windows, climate 
control, alarm, lumbar support, stability 
control, electric mirrors, radio cassette, 
multi-disc cd player, alloy wheels, light 
metallic blue, 69000 miles, £7990, AR 
Cars, Kent, 01342 851122 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, 1.9 S TDi, ov03ytr, 
immobiliser, remote central locking, 
cloth upholstery, colour coded interior, 
height adjustable seat, folding rear 
seats, rear armrest, rear headrests, 
adjustable steering column, power 
steering, abs, child locks, multiple 
airbags, colour coded body, rear 
wash/wipe, electric mirrors, electric 
windows, climate control, cd player, 
radio cassette, metallic grey, 71000 
miles, £6990, AR Cars, Kent, 01342 
851122 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, 1.9 Highline TD1130 4dr, 
30/03/2005, cd player abs leather 
hood cover driver airbag immobiliser 
heated seats electric windows, 32477 
miles, £10499, Invicta Motors, 
Canterbury, 08444 992321 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, 1.9 Highline TD1100 5dr, 
ce05mzu, abs, air bag, twin air bags, 
side air bags, alarm, traction control, 
central locking, climate control, full 
leather, heated seats, electric front 
windows, electric windows, rear 
wash/wipe, electric mirrors, parking 
sensor, immobiliser, remote central 
locking, centre armrest, head 
restraints, height adjustable seat, 
lumbar support, retractable headrests, 
folding rear seats, rear armrest, rear 
headrests, adjustable steering column, 
power steering, trip computer, roof 
rails, automatic electric windows, 
radio, stereo, radio cassette, multi-disc 
cd player, 15" alloys, black, 48931 
miles, £10399, AutoPlanet Maidstone, 
Maidstone, 0845 871 5185 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, Highline TDi, gn54xuz, full 
leather, remote central locking, 
immobiliser, head restraints, rear 
headrests, air bag, abs, power 
steering, colour coded body, metallic 
paintwork, climate control, electric 
windows, electric mirrors, cd player, 
radio, front fog lamps, 16" alloys, blue, 
49000 miles, £9499, Marshams, 
Maidstone, 01622 200 100 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, 1,8T 20V SE 5dr, Ib53lwv, 
adjustable seats, adjustable steering 
column/wheel, air conditioning, alloy 
wheels, central locking, climate 
control, computer, driver airbag, 
electric mirrors, electric windows, front 
armrest, head restraints, folding rear 
seats, lumbar support, immobiliser, 
passenger airbag, power assisted 
steering, rear armrest, remote locking, 
roof rails, side airbags, radio/cd 
multichanger, rear headrests, traction 
control, insurance group:14, silver, 0 
miles, £5990, SMC Ford Crayford, 
Crayford, 0844 4999792 (TRADE) 

PASSAT, 2005,3x3 point rear seat 
belts abs alarm body coloured 
bumpers central locking climate 
control drivers airbag electric door 
mirrors electrically adjustable drivers 
seat electrically adjustable passenger 
seat folding rear seats front armrest 
front electric windows front head 
restraints full size spare wheel 
headlight washers heated door mirrors 
heated front seat height adjustable 
drivers seat immobiliser isofix child 
seat anchor points leather seat trim 
lumbar support pas passenger airbag 
rear armrest rear electric windows 
rear headrests rear wiper remote 
central locking reverse parking aid 
service indicator side airbags straction 
control trip computer, grey, 27906 
miles, £8495, WJ King Vauxhall, 01322 
862366 (TRADE) 

PASSAT SALOON, feb 2006 ad55pcx, 
one previous keeper, power steering, 
remote central locking, air 
conditioning, electric windows, 5 
speed gearbox, full service history, 
radio/cd player, twin & side airbags, 
abs brakes, engine immobiliser, 
factory car alarm, on-board computer, 
cruise control, electricdoor mirrors, 
tinted glass, adj. steering column, seat 
height adjuster, split rear seats, alloy 
wheels, shadow blue metallic, 15,000 
miles, £12,495, Hollis Motors, Dover, 
01304 206710 (TRADE) 

POLO, S 1.2 55PS 3dr, sept 2005 
au55pwx, one previous keeper, power 
steering, central locking, air 
conditioning, electric windows, 5 
speed gearbox, full service history, 
radio/cd player, twin & side airbags, 
abs brakes, engine immobiliser, 
electricdoor mirrors, front fog lamps, 
tinted glass, rear wash/wipe, adj. 
steering column, split rear seats, 
summer blue, 7,500 miles, £6,595, 
Hollis Motors, Dover, 01304 206710 
(TRADE) 

POLO, 1.4 CL 5dr Auto, 01/08/1998, 
power steering electric windows, 
silver, 41377 miles, £2799, Invicta 
Motors, Canterbury, 08444 992321 
(TRADE) 

POLO, 1.4 S 75 3dr Auto, 121204127, 
abs, air bag, twin air bags, electric 
front windows, cd player, rear 
wash/wipe, electric mirrors, front fog 
lamps, alloy wheels, blue met, 13695 
miles, £7999, AutoPlanet Maidstone, 
Maidstone, 0845 871 5185 (TRADE) 

POLO, 1.2 E 64 3dr, hv55arf, abs, air 
bag, twin air bags, central locking, cd 
player, rear wash/wipe, immobiliser, 
cloth upholstery, head restraints, 
retractable headrests, folding rear 
seats, rear headrests, adjustable 
steering column, power steering, radio, 
stereo, met shadow blue, 5478 miles, 
£7299, AutoPlanet Maidstone, 
Maidstone, 0845 871 5185 (TRADE) 


POLO, 1.2 Twist 3dr, vo05xaf, abs, air 
bag, twin air bags, side air bags, 
central locking, electric front windows, 
rear wash/wipe, electric mirrors, 
immobiliser, cloth upholstery, head 
restraints, retractable headrests, 
folding rear seats, rear headrests, 
adjustable steering column, power 
steering, automatic electric windows, 
air conditioning, radio cassette, radio, 
stereo, 14" alloys, mercato blue met, 
9176 miles, £7299, AutoPlanet 
Maidstone, Maidstone, 0845 871 5185 
(TRADE) 

POLO, 1.2 S 64 3dr, 121016127, 
immobiliser, central locking, cloth 
upholstery, head restraints, retractable 
headrests, folding rear seats, 
adjustable steering column, power 
steering, abs, air bag, side air bags, 
twin air bags, rear wash/wipe, 
automatic electric windows, electric 
front windows, electric mirrors, air 
conditioning, cd player, radio, stereo, 
flash red, 16700 miles, £7299, 
AutoPlanet Maidstone, Maidstone, 

0845 871 5185 (TRADE) 

POLO, 1.2 E 55 3dr, bl55ehn, side air 
bags, electric mirrors, abs, air bag, 
twin air bags, central locking, rear 
wash/wipe, immobiliser, cloth 
upholstery, folding rear seats, rear 
headrests, adjustable steering column, 
power steering, cd player, stereo, 
silver, 15998 miles, £6499, AutoPlanet 
Maidstone, Maidstone, 0845 871 5185 
(TRADE) 

POLO, CL 5dr, v255 ynh, central 
locking, rear wash/wipe, radio 
cassette, sunroof, twin air bags, 
adjustable steering column, electric 
front windows, electric mirrors, power 
steering, cloth upholstery, alloy 
wheels, red, 71300 miles, £2995, 

Kings Highway Garage Ltd, Plumstead, 
020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 

POLO, E 3dr, en52 sou, central locking, 
alarm, rear wash/wipe, adjustable 
steering column, radio cassette, twin 
air bags, abs, power steering, doth 
upholstery, red, 77600 miles, £3695, 
Kings Highway Garage Ltd, Plumstead, 
020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 

POLO, Match 5dr, 5272079, central 
locking, rear wash/wipe, rear 
headrests, electric front windows, 
electric mirrors, radio cassette, electric 
sunroof, twin air bags, adjustable 
steering column, power steering, abs, 
cloth upholstery, silver, 46000 miles, 
£3995, Kings Highway Garage Ltd, 
Plumstead, 020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 

POLO, 1.2 S 65 5dr, gj04vce, 
adjustable seats, adjustable steering 
column/wheel, central locking, driver 
airbag, electric mirrors, electric 
windows, immobiliser, head restraints, 
passenger airbag, radio/cassette, 
power assisted steering, rear 
headrests, side airbags, insurance 
group:2, silver, 40000 miles, £5994, 
SMC Mitsubishi Sittingbourne, 
Sittingbourne, 0844 5762476 (TRADE) 

SHARAN, 1.9 TDI Carat 7st Auto, 
119178, immobiliser, remote central 
locking, half leather, centre armrest, 
head restraints, height adjustable seat, 
folding rear seats, rear headrests, 
adjustable steering column, power 
steering, trip computer, abs, child 
locks, multiple airbags, colour coded 
body, rear wash/wipe, electric mirrors, 
electric windows, climate control, cd 
player, radio, remote alarm, alcantara 
leather, stereo, alloy wheels, red, 
59000 miles, £7490, Kent TDi Centre, 
Maidstone, 01622 750022 (TRADE) 

TRANSPORTER, 522182, remote 
alarm, cloth upholstery, tailgate, dual 
passenger seat, side load door, ply- 
lined, adjustable steering column, 
power steering, abs, air bag, radio 
cassette, white, 26000 miles, £7595, 
Clearways Commercials, Sevenoaks, 
01474 853034 (TRADE) 


TRANSPORTER, 530182, remote 
central locking, cloth upholstery, dual 
passenger seat, abs, air bag, power 
steering, adjustable steering column, 
cd player, white, 11000 miles, £9495, 
Clearways Commercials, Sevenoaks, 
01474 853034 (TRADE) 

TRANSPORTER, vn54bdu, remote 
central locking, cloth upholstery, 
tailgate, dual passenger seat, abs, air 
bag, adjustable steering column, 
power steering, radio cassette, white, 
17000 miles, £7595, Clearways 
Commercials, 01474 853034 (TRADE) 

TRANSPORTER, 167180, alarm, 
immobiliser, remote central locking, 
cloth upholstery, adjustable steering 
column, power steering, abs, air bag, 
radio cassette, electric windows, 
electric sliding doors, dual passenger 
seat, side load door, grp lined, fitted 
with gah chiller equipment, white, 
31000 miles, £11495, BHRV, 01474 
853034 (TRADE) 

TRANSPORTER, 580182, remote 
central locking, cloth upholstery, dual 
passenger seat, tailgate, side load 
door, radio cassette, adjustable 
steering column, power steering, air 
bag, abs, white, 26000 miles, £11495, 
Clearways Commercials, Sevenoaks, 
01474 853034 (TRADE) 


TRANSPORTER, 581182, remote 
central locking, cloth upholstery, barn 
doors, dual passenger seat, side load 
door, adjustable steering column, 
power steering, abs, air bag, cd player, 
grp insulation, gah chiller equipment, 
white, 9000 miles, £13495, Clearways 
Commercials, Sevenoaks, 01474 
853034 (TRADE) 

TRANSPORTER, 586182, remote 
central locking, cloth upholstery, 
tailgate, side load door, dual passenger 
seat, abs, air bag, power steering, 
radio cassette, grp insulation, gah 
chiller equipment, white, 17000 miles, 
£13000, Clearways Commercials, 
Sevenoaks, 01474 853034 (TRADE) 

TRANSPORTER, Ic05wdx, remote 
central locking, cloth upholstery, ply- 
lined, side load door, dual passenger 
seat, adjustable steering column, 
power steering, abs, air bag, radio, 
standard roof, white, 27000 miles, 
£8595, Clearways Commercials, 
Sevenoaks, 01474 853034 (TRADE) 

TRANSPORTER, ve54mku, remote 
central locking, power steering, abs, 
traction control, dual passenger seat, 
tailgate, side load door, white, 28000 
miles, £7750, Clearways Commercials, 
Sevenoaks, 01474 853034 (TRADE) 


HHIIH 

850, GLT 7 Seater, anz 3650, central 
locking, half leather, centre armrest, 
head restraints, heated seats, height 
adjustable seat, lumbar support, 
folding rear seats, colour coded body, 
metallic paintwork, electric mirrors, 
electric sunroof, radio cassette, uk 
specification, 15" alloys, m.o.t. until 
2nd august 2008.7 seats, automatic, 
part exchange to clear, sold as seen 
with any faults, no warranty given or 
implied, green metallic, 107500 miles, 
£1295, Kent Motorvation, Maidstone, 
01622 600 456 (TRADE) 

850 T-5, 2.0 TURBO, 1996 (n), 96 (n) 
volvo 8501-5 2.0 turbo, automatic, 5 
door estate, metallic green, miles, 
£only £2295, Riviera Car Sales, 
Folkestone, 01303 244244 (TRADE) 

S40, 1.8 Sport, 10003626074, alarm, 
immobiliser, remote central locking, 
colour coded interior, full leather, 
sports seats, headlamp wash/wipe, 
front fog lamps, rear spoiler, electric 
mirrors, electric windows, climate 
control, radio cassette, cd player, 
xenon headlamps, alloy wheels, silver, 
64000 miles, £5990, AR Cars, Kent, 
01342 851122 (TRADE) 


S40, SE, Im53 eov, front fog lamps, full 
leather, rear headrests, remote alarm, 
remote central locking, centre armrest, 
electric windows, electric mirrors, 
height adjustable seat, radio cassette, 
cd player, air conditioning, twin air 
bags, adjustable steering column, 
power steering, abs, heated seats, 
alloy wheels, silver, 40000 miles, 
£5995, Kings Highway Garage Ltd, 
Plumstead, 020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 

V40, S, 5514079, remote central 
locking, remote alarm, electric front 
windows, electric mirrors, cd player, 
radio cassette, air conditioning, 
adjustable steering column, power 
steering, cloth upholstery, twin air 
bags, abs, alloy wheels, silver, 39000 
miles, £4995, Kings Highway Garage 
Ltd, 020 8855 4000 (TRADE) 

V50, 1.8 S, 10003813074, 
immobiliser, remote central locking, 
cloth upholstery, colour coded interior, 
centre armrest, head restraints, height 
adjustable seat, power steering, 
stability control, abs, child locks, 
multiple airbags, colour coded body, 
metallic paintwork, rear wash/wipe, 
roof rails, electric mirrors, electric 
windows, climate control, dual climate 
zones, cd player, radio, alloys, metallic 
blue, 74000 miles, £7990, AR Cars, 
Kent, 01342 851122 (TRADE) 


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E/F/Windows, E/Mirrors, ABS, CD Player, 1Q20D Miles, Ins. Gp 4, S/History. £7495 

(04) HYUNDAI MATRIX 1.8 CDX AUTO, 5 Dr, Blue, Leather Trim , Air Con, PAS, Remote 

C/ Looking, E/Windows, ABS, Alloys, CD, 1B400 Miles, 1 Owner, S/History. £5995 

(07) PEUGEOT 107 1.0 URBAN SEMI- AUTO/TIPTRQI\8p*3 Dr, Red, Air Con, 
PAS, Remote C/ Looking, E/F/Windows, ABS, Clllal^ Miles, Ins.Grp 1, 

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(05) MITSUBISHI SPACESTAR 1.6 EQUIPPE AUTO, 5 Dr, Black, Air Con, PAS, Remote 

C/ Locking, ABS, E/F/Windows, CD, 16400 Miles, 1 Owner, S/History, Ins. Grp B. £5995 

(52) TOYOTA YARIS 1.3 CDX AUTO, 5 Dr, Met.Blue, Air Con, PAS.C/ Looking, E/F/Windows, 

ABS, Alloys, CD, 1 Owner, 27000 Miles, S/History, Ins. Grp 5. £5995 

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(55) SUZUKI SWIFT 1.5 GLX, 5 Dr, Met. Blue, Air Con, PAS, Remote C/Locking, E/Windows, 

ABS, CD, Alloys 27200 Miles,1 Owner, Service History, Ins. Grp 6. £6995 

(05) SMART FORFOUR 1.5 PULSE CDI, 5 Dr, Black/Silver, Diesel, Air Con, PAS, C/Locking, 

E/F/Windows, ABS, CD, 22600 Miles, S/ History, Ins. Grp 2, Up to 70 MPG. £6495 

(55) HYUNDAI GETZ 1.1 CDX, 5 Dr, Met. Light Blue, Air Con, PAS, Remote C/Locking, 
E/Windows, ABS, CD, Alloys ONLY 3200 Miles,1 Owner,Service History, Ins. Grp 4. .£6295 
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(05) RENAULT MODUS 1.2 OASIS, 5 Dr, Met.Red, Air Conditioning, PAS, Remote C/Looking, 

E/F/Windows, ABS, CD, 25400 Miles, Ins. Gp 2, S/History. £5795 

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CHATHAM HOUSE 
GRAMMAR SCHOOL 

CHATHAM STREET RAMSGATE KENT CT11 7PS 
Tel: 01843 591075 Fax 01843 851907 
e-mail: headteacher@chathamhouse.kent.sch.uk 
Website: www.chathamhouse.kent.sch.uk 

Part Time Teacher of Music 

Required for September 2008, to cover a maternity leave, a teacher of music 
(4 days per week) with the ability to teach the subject to Advanced level. 

Chatham House is a 4 FE boys’ grammar school with a Sixth Form of 250 
(61 of whom are girls) and has a marvellous reputation for music 
which is one of the strengths of this selective school. 

For further details and an application form contact 
Teresa McMaster, Headteacher’s PA or Ms Hollman, Head of Music, at the school. 

Closing date: Thursday 13th March 2008 


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KCA (UK) is an expanding and vibrant organisation providing a wide 
range of high quality and innovative specialist services. Founded in 1975 
and currently employing over 300 paid and unpaid staff, it has an annual 
income of £11 million and is becoming established as one of the leading 
service providers in the South East Region. 

REF: 470 - SCRIPTBASE/PHARMACY 
LIAISON WORKER - ASHFORD 

Salary £ 16,217 - £ 18,430 (SCP 17-21) - 
37 hours per week 

This is an administrative/PR role which requires a high degree of accuracy and 
meticulousness as you will be responsible for providing a high quality management of all 
aspects of the prescription database. In addition you will provide an efficient and 
professional liaison service between the medical staff, keyworkers and pharmacists 
participating in the work of the Prescribing Service. 

You will need to have good secretarial skills with experience of word processing using 
Word for Windows, good database experience and excellent communication skills. An 
ability to remain calm under pressure would be a great advantage. 

If you would like more information about the post please call Mayur Derodra on 01622 
690944. 

Closing date: Friday 14th March 2008 at 5.00 pm 

Interview date: Wednesday 2nd April 2008 

REF: 472 - ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - 
DAY PROGRAMMES - CANTERBURY 

Salary: £ 16,217 - £ 18,430 (SCP 17 - 21) pro rata - 
15 hours per week 

(9.30 am - 1.30 pm Mon,Tues,Thurs & Fri) 

As a key member of the Administration Team you will be required to provide efficient 
and high quality administrative support to the multi-disciplinary staff team and Service 
Manager at KCA Day Programmes in Canterbury. 

You should have sound typing skills combined with a good knowledge in using computer 
applications, and have the ability to input data accurately. You will also be confident in 
communicating with a wide cross-section of staff, external contacts and service users 
alike. We are looking for someone who enjoys working within a busy, often demanding 
environment, has the ability to prioritise, and can work on their own to tight deadlines. 
Experience of developing and maintaining efficient office systems and supporting a 
Service Manager with multiple bases would be an advantage. 

If you would like to discuss this post further; please contact Linda Ranger; (Service 
Manager Day Programmes) on 01227 781297 or Christine Gordon (Admin Lead) on 
01795 590795. 

Closing date: Friday 7th March 2008 at 5:00 pm 

Interview date: Friday 14th March 2008 

For application forms please contact Dan House, 44 East Street, 

Faversham, Kent ME 13 8AT,Telephone 01795 590635, Fax 01795 539351, 

Email marina@kca.org.uk, website www.kca.org.uk 

KCA (UK) is committed to the principles of equality of opportunity for all and welcomes 
applications from people with experience of substance use or who have had previous 
problems with substance misuse. 

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Old Charlton Road, Dover, Kent CT16 2QB 


Required for September 2008 

GRADUATES 

to achieve qualified teacher status through the 
one year Graduate Teachers’ Programme teaching 

Mathematics, Science and 
Religious Education 

to GCSE and/or A Level 
Apply in writing enclosing a C.V. to 
Mr CJ. Atkin (Headteacher) 

Tel: 01304 201551 Fax: 01304 202226 
Email: office@st-edmunds-dover.kent.sch.uk 
An enhanced CRB disclosure check will be required 
Closing Date: Tuesday 25th March Interviews: Tuesday 1st April 


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Through Training 4 Business, employers across Kent have access to a 
wide range of training solutions, from advice and development of 
training programmes to ongoing training support. 

Many Kent businesses across all industries have benefited from the 
flexible and professional courses provided by Training 4 Business. 

Training 4 Business is dedicated to providing high quality training to 
employers and is seeking to expand its team of Training Consultants 
and requires a Manager to lead that growth. Therefore, the College has 
the following job vacancies: 

Employer Liaison Manager 
Employer Training Consultant 

The postholders will support each other in the development of 
employer engagement and will take operational responsibility for the 
College’s strategy and planning as well as being accountable for 
meeting employer engagement targets. 

The dosing date for receipt of all completed application forms is 
Wednesday 19th March 2008. 

For further information, including salary details and an application 
pack for any of the above vacancies, please contact the 
Human Resources Department on either 0845 207 8222 
(24 hour answer phone), email humanresources@southkent.ac.uk 
or visit www.southkent.ac.uk 

All posts are subject to a disclosure check by the Criminal Records Bureau. 

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and 
expect all employees to share this commitment. 

Applications are welcome from suitably qualified candidates regardless of ethnicity, 
gender, age, disability, sexuality or religion. 


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Education Liaison Officer- 

Medway YOT Ref: CS0903S 

Grade B1. Salary £22,122 - £28,919 
plus essential car user allowance. 

37 hours per week. 

Based at the Adolescent Resource Centre, 
Chatham, Medway Youth Offending Team are 
seeking to appoint a full-time education liaison 
officer to work with young people known to the 
team on education, inclusion and related matters. 
We require a resourceful, knowledgeable and 
proactive person with excellent communication 
skills to work on an operational level with young 
people and parents/guardians and also negotiate 
on a strategic level. You will liaise directly 
with schools, pupil referral units and related 
departments in Medway's Children's Services to 
ensure all young people of statutory school age, 
who are known to YOT and are experiencing 
school-related problems, receive appropriate 
provision and support. The role is a specialist 
post in the team and the successful candidate 
will act as a source of advice for colleagues on 
all education, training, admissions and placement 
matters, primarily for pupils of statutory school 
age. This post reports directly to the team's 
Learning and Skills Development Manager. 

Any offer of appointment will be subject to a 
Criminal Records Bureau enhanced disclosure. 

For further information or an informal 
discussion, please contact Mark Walsh 
on 01634 336236 or 07789 988165 (mobile). 
Closing date: 14 March, 2008. 

All posts will be open to part-time and job share 
applicants unless designated as an exception. 

To apply 

visit www.medway.gov.uk 
call 01634 333333 

Mon to Fri 8am - 8pm, Sat 9am - 1pm. 
01634 332843 24-hour answerphone. 

email jobs@medway.gov.uk 

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Highway Engineer 
£24,444 to £28,824 
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Shepway District Council requires a highly motivated and enthusiastic 
Highway Engineer to join the Transportation team. You will be responsible for 
the effective management of the district’s highway responsibilities and will be 
expected to prepare, advertise and implement traffic regulation orders in 
relation to parking across the district. You will also be responsible for the 
maintenance and replacement of streetlights. This is an exciting time to join 
as we are currently designing a parking scheme for Folkestone Central and 
you will have the opportunity to shape the development of this and many 
other new projects. 


You must have: 


• Substantial relevant post qualification experience in a Highway 
engineering/transportation/parking environment. 

• HNC/HND in Civil Engineering or equivalent. 

• Be able to demonstrate a good understanding of local authority highway 
matters. 

• Be self reliant and confident in dealing with complaints and queries 
relating to parking service, street lights and various highway issues. 

• Be able to demonstrate a flexible attitude to work and that you are a good 
communicator, both written and verbal. 

For an informal discussion, please contact Frederick Miller, Transportation 

Manager on 01303 853207 

For application details download at www.shepway.gov.uk or email 

jobs@shepway.gov.uk alternatively call our 24 hour answer-phone service on 

01303 853481. 

The closing date for applications is Friday 14 March 2008. 


Folkestone 



Shepway District Council is an 
Equal Opportunities Employer and 
welcomes applications irrespective of 
race, colour, age, sex or disability. 


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KCA (UK) is an expanding and vibrant organisation providing a wide 
range of high quality, flexible and innovative specialist services. Founded 
in 1975 and currently employing over 300 paid and unpaid staff, it has 
an annual income of £1 I million and is becoming established as one of 
the leading service providers in the South East Region. 

REF: 474 - DAY PROGRAMME 
CO-ORDINATOR - CANTERBURY 

£23,749- £28,172 (SCP 29 - 35) - 37 hours 

You will work in close collaboration with the Service Manager to ensure the efficient and 
effective running of the Day Programme Service within the locality. You will support the 
Service Manager in providing a structured day programme to DRR and Voluntary Service 
Users ensuring that the Day Programme fully meets its' contractual requirements. 
Responsibilities will include the planning and delivery of groups, the line management of 
staff ensuring that the day programmes are integrated within the locality and within the 
organisation. You will work closely with partner agencies within an agreed strategic 
framework. You should be committed to the principles and practice of equality of 
opportunity to service users and staff. 

You should have comprehensive experience within the drug & alcohol field, coupled with 
sound organisational skills, including the ability to plan and prioritise your own workload. 
You should have experience of working within a groupwork setting and be qualified to 
diploma level or hold a professional qualification within a relevant field. 

For an application form contact: KCA (UK) Dan House, 44 East Street, 
Faversham, Kent ME 13 8AT. Tel: 01795 590635, Fax: 01795 539351, 
email marina@kca.org.uk, website www.kca.org.uk. 

Closing date: 14th March 2008 at 12 noon 
Interview date: 4th April 2008 in Faversham 

If you would like to discuss this post further please call Linda Ranger on 
01227 781 297 

KCA (UK) is committed to the principles of equality of opportunity for all and welcomes 
applications from people with experience of substance use or who have had previous 
problems with substance misuse. 

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Medway Adult Learning Service has the following vacancies 
at various locations throughout Medway: 

Curriculum Manager 0.4fte Ref:coM0906L 

Sector 1, Health, Public Services and Care, and Sector 7, 

Retail and Commercial Enterprise. LNFA scale point 4-15. 
Salary £19,847 -£31,954 pro rata. 

Curriculum Manager 0.6fte Ref: como907l 

Sector 8, Leisure, Travel and Tourism. LNFA scale point 
4-15. Salary f 19,847 - £31,954 pro rata. 

You responsibilities will include developing and reviewing an exciting and 
innovative programme of courses to meet current needs of Medway residents 
and monitoring delivery to ensure that targets are met and effective quality 
improvement is implemented. 

Applicants should have substantial teaching experience and qualified teaching 
status. A good knowledge of quality standards in adult learning is required, 
together with relevant management experience. 

For an informal discussion relating to job ref. COM0906L, please contact 
Sohini Patel on 01634 338343 or email sohini.patel@medway.gov.uk 
For an informal discussion relating to job ref. COM0907L, please contact 
Hanife Dacosta on 01634 338456 or email hanife.dacosta@medway.gov.uk 

Learning Support Assistant - Skills for Life: 
Literacy and Numeracy. Two Posts. RetcoMogm 

Grade D2 (NJC points 12-21). Salary £14,492 - £18,430 
pro rata. Two hours per week. 

Applicants must have a good general education including GCSE English 
and Maths or equivalent, and C&G Level 2 certificate in Adult Learner 
Support, or equivalent. 

For an informal discussion, please contact Chris Osborne on 01634 338423. 

To apply for the positions above 

visit www.medway.gov.uk 

call 01634 333333 Mon to Fri 8am - 8pm, Sat 9am - 1pm. 

01634 332843 24-hour answerphone. 

email jobs@medway.gov.uk 

quoting the appropriate reference. 


Course Leader for Trinity Cert TESOL 

Ref: COM0911E 

LNFA scale point 4-8. Salary £19,847 - £24,254 pro rata. 

200 hours per annum (minimum). 

Applicants should hold, as a minimum, a DTEFLA/DELTA or a PGCE in 
TEFL, or equivalent. 

For informal discussion, please contact Lindsay Perrin on 01634 338458. 

Part-time Sessional Tutors. Two Posts: 

LNFA scale point 1-3. Salary £16,712 - £18,880 pro rata. 

Skills for Life ESOL (FLLN) Ref: como912e 

You will deliver ESOL to parents and carers and both young and school-aged 
children, focusing on family and school life. 

All applicants must have a teaching qualification and Level 4 ESOL 
subject specialism or be currently working towards their Level 4. 

Skills for Life: Numeracy Ref:coM09i3E 

Applicants must have a teaching qualification and Level 4 subject specialism, 
or be working towards one. 

Other Sessional Tutor Vacancies Ref:coM09i4E 

Turkish, AutoCad, RYA Dayskipper, Golf, Singing, 

Keyboarding, Yoga, Exercise/Keepfit for the elderly. 

All applicants must hold a suitable teaching qualification. 

For an informal discussion about the above posts, please contact 
Chris Osborne on 01634 338423 or Email: christine.osborne@medway.gov.uk 
Any offer of appointment for any of these positions will be subject to 
a Criminal Records Bureau enhanced disclosure. 

Closing date for all vacancies: 7 March, 2008. 

To apply for the positions above 

write to Chris Osborne, Medway Adult Learning Service, 

Rochester Centre, Eastgate, Rochester, Kent ME1 1EW. 

call Chris Osborne 01634 338423 

email christine.osborne@medway.gov.uk 

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• Comfortable with software driven hardware debugging & at 
home with hardware 

• Knowledge of TCP, UDP, DHCP, Multicast Internet Protocols 

• Knowledge of Video Processing desirable 

To apply contact: 

Amanda Mallett, TV One Ltd. UnitV, Continental Approach, 
Westwood Industrial Estate, Margate, Kent. CT9 4JG 
Tel: 01843 873300 Fax: 01843 873301 
Mail to: recruit.europe@tvone.com http://www.tvone.eu 


SHOTTENDANE 
NURSING HOME 

[MARGATE] 

HEAD OF CARE/MATRON 

Dedicated RN with management experience required 
for independently owned 34 bed nursing home 
specialising in palliative and continuing care. 
Present highly respected post-holder moving on to 
further her career. 

Competitive salary commensurate 
with qualifications and experience. 

Desirable qualities include appropriate level of clinical 
experience, knowledge of Care Standards legislation, 
proven management and team development skills, 
combined with essential commercial awareness. 

In first instance please telephone 
Business Manager Colin Foreman on 

07857 682060 

for an application form and further information 


REGISTERED NURSING 
HOMES ASSOCIATION 


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Canterbury 
Ohrlit Church 
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www.canterbury.ac.uk 


Canterbury Christ Church University is the largest centre of higher education in Kent for the public services - notably teacher training, 
policing, health and social care - and is a significant provider of programmes in a wide range of academic and professional areas. 


CANTERBURY CAMPUS 


NURSING & APPLIED CLINICAL STUDIES 

Principal Lecturer - Research, 
Scholarship & Knowledge Transfer 

£41,545 to £44,074 per annum 

We are a dynamic department with big aspirations looking to appoint 
a Principal Lecturer to coordinate the ongoing development of research 
capacity and knowledge transfer activities and take a lead role in mentoring 
staff research capability. 

With a good understanding of the health and social care sector, you will have 
experience of managing and delivering funded research projects, a strong 
personal record of research, possess excellent analytical and people management 
skills, as well as a commitment to collaborative and interdisciplinary working. 

We welcome applications from a broad range of disciplines including health 
and social care, social sciences, education, business and health services research. 

A doctoral qualification is essential. This is an excellent opportunity to help 
shape an emerging area of research growth and would suit an ambitious 
individual keen to join a dynamic and forward thinking organisation. 

For informal enquiries please contact Carrie Sanders, Head of Department 
on +44 (0)1227 782649 or e-mail carolyn.sanders@canterbury.ac.uk 
Ref: PL/NAC/77. 

Interview date: 10 April 2008. 

REGISTRY 

Graduation & Awards Manager 

£25,134 to £26,666 per annum 

You will be responsible for the planning and execution of graduation and award 
ceremonies across the University. This involves the preparation and delivery of 
seven Cathedral based ceremonies, six in Canterbury and one in Rochester, 
as well as a number of campus-based events. Cathedral ceremonies are highly 
complex events involving up to 1,500 dignitaries, staff, students and guests and 
therefore require meticulous planning. 

Qualified to first degree or equivalent, you will possess experience of organising 
large public events and administration within an HE/FE environment. Proven 
interpersonal skills, clear and concise oral/written communication skills, report 
writing skills, a commitment to accuracy and the ability to work effectively under 
pressure whilst remaining calm are all essential to the role. Ref: GAM/REG/77. 

CONFERENCE SERVICES 

Temporary Conference 
Services Supervisor 

(1 May 2008 to 30 September 2008) 

£15, 300 per annum 

The Department is responsible for the provision and marketing of conference and 
event facilities at the North Holmes Campus and at St Martin's Priory in Canterbury. 
You will join this busy team and assist the Conference Co-ordinator with the 
co-ordination of all bookings during the summer vacation for residential 
conferences, group bookings, language schools, individual lets and summer 
schools as well as bookings of university meetings and seminars. 

As an enthusiastic and energetic team player you will also need to have 
experience of working in the conference and hospitality industry and be willing 
to contribute to the development of departments services within and outside the 
University. Ref: CSS1/HOS/77. 


CAMPUS CATERING SERVICES 

Breakfast Chef (25 hours) 

(Fixed term until 31 July 2008) 

£13,739 pro-rata per annum 

You will be a Chef who can demonstrate the ability to produce breakfast daily 
for the University's students, staff and visitors. 

You will hold the City & Guilds 706/1/2 or NVQ Level 2/3 in Food Preparation and 
Cooking and hold a current Certificate in Food Hygiene (awarded in last 2 years). 
Hours are mainly 7 am to 12 pm Monday to Friday but with rostered weekend 
working during the summer conference season of July, August and September 
Ref: BC/CAT/77. 

HALL PLACE ENTERPRISE CENTRE, HARBLEDOWN 

General Assistants (Two Posts) 

(37 hours & 20 hours) 

£12,041 to £13,368 per annum (pro-rata if part-time) 

Working directly for the Cafe Supervisor these are key support posts 
providing an excellent customer focused catering service in our facility 
located in Harbledown. 

You will have worked in a previous catering environment and be keen to be 
part of close working team who strive to deliver an excellent catering service. 
You will be conscientious and demonstrate an enthusiasm for working in a 
busy catering environment. You will need to be flexible in your working hours 
and be able to work the occasional Saturdays and evenings with due notice. 
Ref: GA3/CAT/77. 


CANTERBURY & MEDWAY CAMPUS 


ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS - 

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in 
Diagnostic Radiography 

£27,466 to £40,335 per annum 

We are looking for a radiographer to join our enthusiastic team in delivering our 
programmes on our Medway and Canterbury campuses. Radiography here has 
national and international recognition for clinical reporting, a strong reputation 
for medical imaging, a building expertise in forensic radiography and a strong 
record in interprofessional education. 

You will be an HPC-registered radiographer with a relevant degree and be 
interested in extending your professional profile. The post may be part or 
full time. 

For informal discussion, please contact Lee Bolton, Radiography Professional 
Lead on 01227 767700 ext 3069 or lee.bolton@canterbury.ac.uk 

Ref: RAD6/AHP/77. 

Closing date: 17 March 2008. 

Application forms and further details are available from 
www.canterbury.ac.uk. Alternatively please call 01227 782475 
(answerphone) or e-mail hr@canterbury.ac.uk quoting 
appropriate reference. No agencies. 

Closing date unless stated 14 March 2008. 


MERIDIAN CARE 

require 

COMMUNITY CARERS 

for all shifts in Canterbury, Deal, Sandwich and Dover 

Full paid training given. Competitive rates of pay with 
enhancement for NVQ qualified. Mileage allowance and full 
support given for both new and experienced carers. 

Own transport essential. 

For Canterbury, Deal and Sandwich call 
01227 712300 

For Dover call 01304 240424 
Alternatively email us on MeridianCbury@aol.com 


FINANCIAL CONTROLLER 

Sing For Your Life Ltd a rapidly expanding 
Folkestone based charity urgently requires a 

Financial Controller 

1-2 days per week. Remuneration to be negotiated. 
Experience of managing multi funding streams and 
Sage system essential. 

Would suit retired Management Accountant. 

Contact: Stuart Brown 01303 298546 



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KENT 
WILDLIFE 
TRUST 

Charity Reg. No. 239992 

Kent Wildlife Trust is the county’s leading nature 
conservation organisation with a membership of 28,500 and 
an increasingly important voice in the future of Kent’s natural 
environment. 

Three new posts have been created to meet the challenge 
of rebuilding Kent’s biodiversity. They will play critical roles 
within the Trust and provide real and exciting opportunities 
for professional and personal development, as well as 
making a genuine and lasting difference for wildlife. 

Conservation Officer 
(Policy & Planning) 

Salary range £21,806 - £25,872 

You will take responsibility for the Trust’s work on Local 
Development Frameworks, major development proposals 
and other strategically important development issues, 
where the opportunities are already in place to make real 
gains for wildlife. 

Closing date for applications - 20th March 2008 

Living Landscapes Team 
Leader 

Salary range £21,806 - £28,581 

You will be responsible for taking forward the Trust’s work 
on promoting and delivering the restoration of biodiversity at 
the landscape-scale. The post will have line management 
responsibilities and will involve co-ordination with other 
Wildlife Trusts in the South East region. 

Closing date for applications - 17th March 2008 

Living Landscapes Project 
Officer 

Salary range £19,096 - £23,161 

You will be driving forward the delivery of landscape scale 
biodiversity restoration projects within identified project 
areas, bringing together stakeholders, co-ordinating and 
facilitating the work of project partners, and working to 
make real change happen on the ground. 

Closing date for applications - 17th March 2008 

For full details and application form please contact: 

Dot Hughes on 01622 662012 
email: dot.hughes@kentwildlife.org.uk 
visit: www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk 

KWT has a positive approach to equality and welcomes 
applications from all sectors of the community. 











































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We’re working hard to deliver quality services to our local community. 
And our exceptional reputation speaks volumes about our success. 

On top of this, we ensure the very best working environment for all our 
staff - offering development and encouraging diversity at every level. 





School Workforce 

Development 

Consultant 


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Soulbury 9-13 (plus 3SPA) 

Secondment or fixed term-contract opportunity 
April 2008 - July 2009 Maidstone 

This exciting opportunity is for talented professionals with a 
passion for developing and supporting the school workforce. 
Are you: 

• Familiar with workforce issues in Primary, Special or 
Secondary schools? 

• Up to date with workforce development priorities? 

• Able to advise and support schools on workforce development 
issues and their link to whole school improvement? 

• Creative, flexible, forward thinking? 

• Excellent at presentations to colleagues? 

• Wanting an exciting professional development opportunity? 
You will work in a small team with the Workforce Development 
Manager, across the county. You will be involved in developing 
and delivering training and giving in school support on issues 
including; Performance Management, Change Management, 
Sustainability, Restructuring and Work Life balance and how 
they all link to school improvement. 

Ref: CFE/08/0056 

For an informal discussion please contact Caroline Pitt, 
Workforce Development Manager on 01622 203800 or 
email: caroline.pitt@kent.gov.uk 
Closing date: midday, 13 March 2008. 

Interview date: 25 March 2008. 

Sure Start Children’s Centres are at the heart of the Government’s 
strategy to give every child the very best start in life. Currently, 
there are 20 Sure Start Children’s Centres across Kent, offering 
children under five and their families access to services and 
support that includes high-quality early education and day care, 
family support and health services, training and job information. 
Building on this significant success, Kent County Council is 
committed to opening a further 52 centres between now and 
the end of 2008. 

We are now looking for highly motivated people who can 
contribute to making a positive impact for children, families 
and their communities. 


Children’s Centre Manager 

Starting salary £29,190, 

with progression through contribution related 

pay to £34,507 per annum 


For this post, you will need to lead an integrated team to work 
in partnership with parents and carers and a range of partners 
and organisations across Kent to meet the specific needs of 
children under five and their families. With a degree, or 
equivalent qualification in health, social work, education, 

community work, childcare or a similar field, you must be 
able to lead a multi-agency service, demonstrating 
excellent interpersonal and communication skills. 
You will also have the National Professional 
Qualification in Integrated Centre 
Leadership or be willing to work 
towards this qualification. 

Tonbridge Ref: CFE/08/0070 

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Interviews date: 22 April 2008. 


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Community Involvement Workers 

Starting salary £19,572, with progression 
through contribution related pay to £22,268 
per annum (pro rata for part-time) 

We are seeking to recruit Community Involvement Workers to 
work in Children’s Centres across Tonbridge and Mailing. 

You will work as part of multi-agency team, raising awareness in 
the community about the range of services on offer in the 
centres. For those families who do not use the Children’s Centres, 
you will provide important information and access to services. 
You will ensure that the views of children and their families and 
those of the wider community are sought and included in the 
development of services in the Children’s Centres. You will need 
to have strong interpersonal skills with an enthusiastic, tactful 
and flexible approach. You will need to demonstrate a clear 
understanding of how to support the most vulnerable families 
to access services to improve the outcomes for children. 

The role will include the co-ordination of the recruitment, 
training and management of volunteers to support the running 
of the Children’s Centre. The Mailing post could offer 
opportunities for part-time working. 

Tonbridge Ref: CFE/08/0071 
Mailing Ref: CFE/08/0072 

These posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application 
to the Criminal Records Bureau. 

To find out more please contact Dion Darley on 01622 626761 
or email: dion.darley@kent.gov.uk 
Closing date for both posts: midday, 18 March 2008. 
Interview date for the Mailing post: 24 April 2008. 

Interview date for the Tonbridge post: 30 April 2008. 

We will give you the tools you need to succeed 

Kent Graduate Programme ■ 

Finance Stream 

c. £17,500 - £29,000 pa inc 
(Progression dependant upon examination) 

Kent County Council is a highly ambitious and high performing 
organisation with a finance function to match. We can offer a 
challenging and interesting career which goes well beyond the 
traditional image of finance professionals or local government. 
We are looking for two people to train as finance professionals. You 
must have a genuine interest in the public sector, communication 
skills and commitment to a career as a finance professional. 

In return, we will provide you with the chance to achieve the 
Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy - 
Professional Accountancy Qualification. You will develop 
valuable contacts and discover your ideal role whilst being fully 
supported by senior colleagues. We’re looking for tomorrow’s 
financial professionals. If you have a 2:1 or higher, a creative, 
inquisitive mind and a deep desire to succeed, we’ll give 
everything you need for a challenging and rewarding business 
career in finance. Ref: CED/08/0014 
Closing date: midday, 7th March 2008. 

To apply for any of these posts visit www.kent.gov.uk/jobs 
Alternatively, please email recruitment.line@kent.gov.uk or 
call 0845 8247 904. 

Please quote appropriate reference number. 


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Personnel opportunities in West Mailing 

Employee Services Team Manager 

Fixed term contract 

Salary £34,507 to £39,712 pa* 

Managing a team, you will ensure we are delivering quality, cost-effective 
services across Kent County Council. You will be responsible for ensuring 
the right resources are in place to provide integrated Personnel/Payroll 
services. You will be performing a strategic role, advising and guiding the 
organisation on best practice and service improvements in Personnel and 
Development. We have established an integrated, partnership approach 
both internally and externally - one that allows us to achieve the highest 
standards in everything we do. 

Along with experience of managing within a personnel and/or payroll 
environment, you’ll need strong evaluation skills and a talent for 
implementing change. You should also demonstrate a solutions-orientated 
attitude and a great eye for detail. Ref: CED/08/0023 
Interview date: 19th March 2008. 

Employee Services Team Assistant 

Permanent and temporary positions available, 

part-time considered 

Salary £15,440 to £19,572 pa* 

If you’re of graduate calibre or have personnel, recruitment or payroll 
experience and enjoy working in a fast-paced, customer focused 
environment this role could be ideal. 


Providing a professional personnel and payroll service you’ll prepare and 
collate personnel and payroll information and review office systems and 
procedures, recommending enhancements where appropriate. This is an 
excellent chance for a motivated individual to broaden their skills and 
help shape our future services. Ref: CED/08/0024 
To apply, visit www.kent.gov.uk/jobs or email 

recruitment.line@kent.gov.uk or call 0845 8247 904 
quoting the appropriate reference number. 

^Salary with progression through contribution 
related pay 

Closing date for both posts: 11th March 2008. 



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University Centre, Folkestone 
Shepway Progression Project - Bridge into Business 

PART-TIME PROJECT 
CO-ORDINATOR 

(Fixed Term) 

Ref: 00936/K3 

n enthusiastic and committed individual is sought to develop and 
co-ordinate a Kent and Medway Lifelong Learning Network 
‘Bridge into Business’ Project, based at the University Centre, 
Folkestone. 

You will be expected to market and deliver an LLN funded project, 
encouraging the progression of under represented groups in the 
Shepway area into business related Higher Education. You will be 
working with learners in a wide range of settings, including the 
workplace, further, adult and community education. 

You will initiate, develop and deliver a range of activities and short 
courses with local colleges, business and community groups to generate 
demand for University accredited bite-sized business courses. You will 
work with individuals and groups of potential learners to encourage 
progression into further learning and support widened access to Higher 
Education. 

You will be a graduate or equivalent and have experience in the 
organisation and management of projects and initiatives and a 
demonstrable commitment to widening participation and lifelong 
learning with a minimum of three years’ experience in schools, further 
or Higher Education. You should possess excellent communication and 
organisational skills together with strong team and networking abilities, 
good IT skills and experience of working with young people and adults. 
This role is a fixed term post of 16 hours per week to 31 July 2008. 
Flexibility in working arrangements is highly desirable and you will be 
expected to do some evening and weekend work. 

Salary pro rata to £26,666 - £31,840 per annum 

We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome 
applications from all sections of the community. 

To obtain further particulars and an application form visit our website 
www.gre.ac.uk, email: jobs@gre.ac.uk or 
write to the Personnel Office, 

University of Greenwich, Avery Hill 
Road, London, SE9 2UG quoting the 
job reference. Applications should be 
returned by 5:00 pm on 14 March 2008. 














































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Sales Coordinator 

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Sous Chef 

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Production Line Engineer 

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Sales Co-ordinator 

£20k 

Folkestone 

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Customer Service Representative 

£12k-£15k 

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BRADSTOW SCHOOL 

Bradstow is a fascinating and unique residential school for children between 
the ages of 5 & 19, set in 13 acres of parkland just a few hundred metres 
from the sandy beaches of Broadstairs. We seek to meet the needs of children 
with autism and severe learning difficulties, and have achieved national 
recognition for our developments in Communication and Behaviour 
Management. 


34 Dumpton Park Drive 
Broadstairs, Kent 
CT101BY 


SCHOOL BUSINESS 
MANAGER 


All appointments 
are subject to a 
CRB check 


£38,404 - £40,962 per annum - 
37 hours per week - All Year Round 


All shortlisted 
applicants will be 
expected to visit 
the school before 
interview. 


Bradstow School 
is an equal 
opportunities 
employer 



INVESTOR IN PEOPLE 



The Governing Body is seeking a School Business Manager, who will be well 
qualified and have sound management experience, not necessarily in education. 

To meet this challenge, the successful candidate will have a recognised 
management qualification, ideally with at least three years’ experience in middle 
management. In addition, they will have: 

• A proven track record of leadership, and the ability to be a leading member 
of a Senior Management Team 

• Sound experience of financial management and budgetary planning and 
control 

• Knowledge of human resources management 

• An ability to identify, research, develop, cost and implement new initiatives 

• Knowledge of change management and project management 

• Experience of IT networks and applications 

• A high level of oral and written communication skills. 

Relocation expenses may be available. 

For an application form and information pack please call 
01843 862123 during normal office hours (9a.m. to 5p.m. Mon to Fri), 
or email personnel@bradstow.wandsworth.sch.uk. 


Please note that CVs will not be considered. 

Applications should be received no later than 
12 noon, Friday 7th March 2008. 


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Rainham School for Girls 

(A Specialist Technology College & Training School) 

Derwent Way, Rainham, Gillingham, Kent ME8 OBX. Tel: 01634 362 746 
(NOR 1500) Head Teacher: Mrs J Dunn 

Mathematics Teachers required for September 2008 

Applications welcome from experienced teachers and NQTs 

Rainham School for Girls is a popular and successful non-selective 11-19 school offering excellent 
opportunities for enthusiastic and ambitious applicants to contribute to its continuing development. 
The school has Investors in People status. 

Relocation expenses (up to £1000) are available to all applicants. 

Any offer of employment for this post will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Criminal Record 
Bureau Disclosure. 

This School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and 
expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 

Application forms and further details are available from Mrs D Francis, Personnel Officer at the School. 
Tel. 01634 362746, Fax: 01634 388334. email: dfrancis@rsg.org.uk 

Closing date: 10th March 2008 


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Discover your Potential 

Mid-Kent College is one of the largest providers of Further 
Education in Kent with ambitious plans to build on its excellent 
reputation. 

Currently, located at four sites in Maidstone, Chatham and 
Rochester we will open our new £82 million campus to students 
in September 2009. 

We are looking for individuals who will encourage learning for 
life and enhance our existing teams in the following areas: 




moKent 

COLLEGE 


UNIVERSITY Ol 


Lecturer in Health, Social & Ref: P0063 

Childcare Programmes 

Lecturer Grade B: £25,092 - £28,719 

The post-holder will be involved in the delivery and teaching 
of Health, Social & Childcare from foundation to level 3 , Ed 
excel/CACHE programmes. The successful candidate will 
have proven knowledge and experience within either Health, 
Social Care or Childcare environments. The department will 
also consider applications for candidates who are interested 
in hourly paid or part-time teaching. Please note the closing 
date for this post is Friday, 10 March 2008 . 

Marketing & Communications Ref: P0610 
Officer 

Support Grade F: £23,669 - £30,027 

You’ll be responsible for managing all the College’s internal 
and external communications, including writing and editing 
the weekly staff newsletter, press releases, and maintaining 
the relevant areas of the College website. Additional duties 
will include writing copy for advertising campaigns in a 
variety of media and performing other marketing activities 
as required. 

You should educated to HND/degree standard, with excellent 
verbal and written communication skills and have the ability 
to work flexibly - often under pressure to meet tight 
deadlines. Experience in a similar role would be an 
advantage. Ability to travel between sites is essential. 

Assistant Accountants 

In order to strengthen the central Finance team and support 
the College as it progresses through a period of radical 
change, we are aiming to make three appointments: 

Post 1 - Circa £15,000 + Ref: P0605 

training package 

The successful candidate will work as part of the Credit 
Control team and will have ACCA/CIMA level 1 qualification 
or equivalent (e.g. AAT) 


Post 2 - Circa £20,000 + 
training package 


Ref: P0606 


Technician in Hair Design Ref: P0044 
(Part-Time 18.5 hours per week) 

Support Grade A: £11,599 - £16,199 
pro-rata 

We are looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to 
provide guidance and support to students and assist with 
the running of various classes. The successful candidate 
will have good organisational and communication skills and 
have relevant experience within Hair Design. 

Technician in Wood Ref: P0366 

Occupations 

Support Grade B: £15,057 - £18,534 

As a member of Construction Crafts team you will undertake 
all support duties associated with craft workshops as 
directed by teaching or instructing staff. You will have 
experience working in a relevant occupation and be able to 
demonstrate good organisational skills. 

Administration Assistant/DSA Ref: P0534 
(Rochester & Maidstone) 

(Part-Time 18 hours per week) 

Support Grade A: £11,599 - £16,199 

You will provide efficient and effective day-to-day 
administrative support and assistance to at least one 
department. You will have excellent administrative skills 
and experience using Microsoft Office applications. The 
successful applicant will be based at either our Rochester or 
Maidstone Campus therefore please state your preferred 
site on your application. 

Sessional/Hourly Paid Facilitators Ref: HPS 
Basic Hourly Rate: £8.93 (£9.98 including 
holiday component) 

Sessional Facilitators are required to work with 
individuals/groups of learners on curriculum support 
programmes devised by the curriculum staff and/or CAST 
Tutors. A clear empathy for learners with learning difficulties 
and disabilities and good communication skills are 
essential. 


• "EXCELLENT" CPA RATING 

• SOCPO 2005 WORK-LIFE BALANCE AWARD 


HOTFOOT SUMMER PLAYSCHEMES 2008 


Are you qualified, experienced, available from Monday 28th July until 
Friday 22nd August 2008 and looking for an exciting opportunity to work on 
HOTFOOT Summer Play schemes? 

Various positions available from Playleaders through to Site Managers. 

For an application pack or further information please phone 

(01622) 602555 or e-mail: recruitment@maidstone.gov.uk or visit 

www.digitalmaidstone.co.uk/sports 

Closing date for applications: Friday 19th March 2008. 

Interview dates: Wednesday 2nd April and Thursday 17th April 2008. 
Parish Playschemes: For more information about Hotfoot or 
Community led schemes phone the Sports and Play Development 
Team on (01622) 602222. 




MAIDSTONE 



Finance Manager 

Starting salary £57,507, with progression through contribution related 
pay to £67,081 per annum 
Sessions House, Maidstone 

As an ‘excellent’ Local Authority, Kent has a dynamic and high profile Children, Families and 
Education Directorate. The Finance Unit is an innovative and fast moving function, with highly 
motivated staff, ambitious in their drive to improve services to schools and service managers. 

An experienced and effective finance manager, you will work closely with the Director of Finance 
and Corporate Services to deliver financial excellence. Your outstanding technical skills will 
allow you to convey complex financial information to schools and Directorate budget managers. 
Your communication skills will allow you to work with Members, The Directorate Managing 
Director, Directors and other senior officers on a regular basis. 

You will show strong leadership skills and the ability to motivate and manage excellence in others. 

You will also be committed, flexible and show a natural affinity for team working. Ref: CFE/08/0048. 
Closing date: midday, 7 March 2008. 

Clerking Agency Manager 

Starting salary £19,572 with progression through contribution related 
pay to £22,268 pro rata 

Term Time only - hours are negotiable to the right candidate. 

Office based in Maidstone, The ability to travel to all parts of the county 
will be required 

It will be your responsibility to oversee our countywide clerking service - making sure that it runs 
as efficiently and effectively as possible ensuring we are meeting all the standards in our service 
level agreements. You will co-ordinate recruitment, manage staff deployment, promote the service 
and contribute to its development and growth. 

Along with an NVQ3 (or equivalent) qualification in Business Administration or Management, 
and a good knowledge of governing body procedures you will also be an experienced clerk to 
a governing body. Couple this with strong ICT skills, a confident approach, a flair for managing 
conflicting priorities and a willingness to undertake some of your hours during the evenings; this 
could be the beginning of a rewarding career. Ref: CFE/08/0062 
Closing date: midday, 10 March 2008. 


The post-holder will work with the Financial Management 
team and will be a part-qualified accountant. 

Post 3 - Circa £25,000 + Ref: P0607 

training package 

Working with the Financial Management team you will have 
either recently qualified or be at the finalist stage of your 
qualification. 

All applicants will need to be able to demonstrate recent and 
relevant knowledge and experience in finance and a good 
understanding of computerised systems. In return you will 
be expected to complete a full ACCA or CIMA accounting 
qualification within a specified timeframe. 


Apprentice in Administration Ref: P0594 
(1 year Fixed-Term Contract) 

Grade A: based on percentage of £9,631 

As a member of the Business Development Team you will 
provide administration support to College stakeholders. The 
successful candidate will develop competencies to meet 
NVQ Level 2 Standards of performance. 


All posts are full-time (37 hours per week) unless otherwise 
stated. The benefits of joining Mid-Kent College include 
generous annual leave, final salary pension scheme, flexible 
working and on-site gym. 


The Alternative Curriculum Co-ordinator in Dartford, Gravesham and Swanley have the following 
vacancies to work part-time. 

Personal Assistant to the Alternative 
Curriculum Co-Ordinator 

Starting salary £16,221 with progression through contribution related 
pay to £17,842 pro rata 
18.5 hours per week 
Joynes House, Gravesend 

You will be supporting this management post within the Childrens’ Services Clusters in the area. 

The co-ordinator is a KCC Manager responsible for placing ‘hard to place’ children in education provision. 


Work Placement Co-ordinator Ref: P0509 
(Term-Time) 

Support Grade C: £16,199 - £20,324 
pro-rata 

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic professional to 
place, monitor and assess students with learning difficulties 
and/or disabilities in their work placements. The candidate 
will be able to work with minimum guidance, prioritise work 
effectively and demonstrate excellent organisational skills. 
The successful candidate will have a previous experience in 
a childcare profession e.g. nursery education, health visiting 
or social services. 


College Information Services Ref: P0615 
Assistant 

(Fixed-Term to July 200915hrs per week) 
Support Grade A: £11,599 - £16,199 
pro-rata 

The post will provide assistance to the existing CIS team in 
auditing information systems. Ideally, the successful 
candidate will have 5 GCSEs at Grade A* - C or equivalent, 
including English and Mathematics. The department will 
also consider applications for candidates who are 
interested in term-time only working. 


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All posts are subject to an Enhanced Criminal Records 
Bureau Disclosure. 


Application forms and further details are 
available from www.midkent.ac.uk. 
Alternatively, please call the Personnel 
department on 01634 845402 (24 hour 
answer machine) or e-mail 
job.applications@midkent.ac.uk quoting the 
appropriate job title and reference number. 

Closing date: Friday, 21 March 2008 

Mid-Kent College is committed to Equal Opportunities and encourages 
applications from all sections of the community and welcomes applications 
from under represented groups including black, minority ethnic and 
disabled people. 



You will ideally be able to provide evidence of the ability to work effectively in such a supporting 
role: this includes dealing with parents, other Childrens’ Services agencies and schools but not 
directly with young people. Ref: CFE/08/0061 


Teaching Assistant 

Starting salary £13,619 with progression through contribution related 
pay to £15,440 pro rata 
20 Hours per week Term Time only 
Dartford, Gravesham and Swanley 

You will be supporting disengaged and disaffected KS4 students in the area. 


You will have to provide evidence of effective working with disengaged KS4 students and have a proven 
commitment to curriculum innovation. Ref: CFE/08/0059 

The above two posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Criminal 
Records Bureau. 

For an informal discussion about the above 2 posts, please contact Joanne Kendall 
on 01474 544582. 

Closing date for the above two posts: midday, 6 March 2008. 

To apply, visit www.kent.gov.uk/jobs Alternatively, please email 
recruitment.line@kent.gov.uk or call 0845 8247 904. 

Please quote the appropriate reference number. 

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Shepway and Ashford 14-19 Planning Forum 
Strategic Co-ordinator 

Salary £50,000+ pa 

(Leadership spine 16-20 or Soulbury equivalent) 

Location Kent, South East 

Contract Type 2 year fixed term in the first instance 

Kent’s 14-19 Partnership is managed jointly by Kent County Council, the 
Learning and Skills Council and Connexions Kent and Medway, together 
with education providers including schools, FE Colleges, Higher 
Education Institutions and Work Based Learning Providers. This 
partnership operates at local level through 9 Planning Forums, two of 
which cover the areas of Ashford and Shepway. 

Each Planning Forum is responsible for driving forward the government’s 
14-19 reforms to encourage more young people to continue learning for 
longer and gain the skills and qualifications they need to progress into 
further education or employment. Central to the reforms are the 14-19 
Diplomas which the Strategic Co-ordinator will play a pivotal role in. The 
primary focus at this stage is delivery of Diplomas but in due course the 
Co-ordinator will be the driving force behind the planning forums to 
ensure an appropriate range of provision is available for all young people 
in the Shepway and Ashford areas to meet the national 14-19 entitlement. 

We are seeking to appoint a committed, innovative and motivated 
individual. You will be able to demonstrate excellent leadership skills, 
have good project management skills and successful experience of 
working in partnership with multiple organisations. Applicants must have 
knowledge and understanding of 14-19 developments nationally and 
locally, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently. 
The work will be based between Shepway and Ashford, flexibility and 
willingness to travel is essential. 

To obtain a full job description please email Katherine.daynes@lsc.gov.uk 
or telephone 0845 019 4152. 

The closing date for applications is Monday 24th March 2008 at 12 noon. 
Interviews will be held during April 2008. 



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11-18 Mixed 1400 Pupils 

April 2008 

Graduate Teacher Programme 
Science 

The successful candidate will be joining a Science Department which is well resourced and has 
a strong team of Specialist Teachers. The department resources are well maintained and 
plentiful, all laboratories having their own smart boards and projectors. We aim to maintain high 
standards from our students at all times, by leading by example. 

Maths 

The successful candidate will be joining one of the strongest teams in the school, with students 
successfully being entered for and achieving GCSE, vocational and post 16 qualifications. 

We are committed to your professional development and provide a first class induction 
programme along with rewarding career opportunities. We provide excellent high quality 
training and development at all career stages. To help us accomplish this we are involved in 
research and development projects which are supported by good facilities and access 
to new technologies. 

We are a successful second phase Technology College, RM Pioneer School and recently named 
as one of the most improved specialist colleges in England and Wales. In September 2007 we 
launched our brand new Virtual Learning Environment with all of our 1400 families, students, 
staff and local schools. This is a period of development for the school with a number of major 
initiatives under way. 

Closing date 21 st March 2008 

Interviews 25th - 28th March 2008 

Further details are available by telephone or email from: 

Miss S Spratley, Pent Valley Technology College, Surrenden Road, 

Folkestone, Kent CT19 4ED, Tel: 01303 277161/Fax 01303 279342 
Email: samantha.spratley@pent-valley.kent.sch.uk 


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BHD is an award winning Architects 
practice located just outside 
Sevenoaks. 

We are currently recruiting for a 

Secretary 

to provide full reception support 
together with secretarial duties to our 
expanding Architectural team. 

We are a busy practice and so are looking for a 
candidate who is able to multi-task and happy 
to work unsupervised as part of a growing team. 

This is an excellent role for someone with 
relevant secretarial/reception experience who 
wishes to join an organisation where you will 
enjoy a variety of administrative duties which 
you can take ownership of. 

Salary: £18,000-£20,000 pa with excellent 
benefits. 

Please email your CV to the 
Practice Manager - 
nicola.somers@bhdarchitects.co.uk 

A full job description is available on request. 
Closing date is the 6 March 2008. 

l/l/e are an equal opportunities employer 


MEDWAY TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES 

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PRIMARY SCHOOLS 

Teacher 

Cliffe Woods Primary School 

KS 2 

Salary: MPS/UPS 

Full time and permanent 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing Date: 10 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Mr Tim Watson 

Cliffe Woods Primary School 

View Road, Cliffe Woods 

Rochester 

Kent ME3 8UJ 

Telephone-(0163)4 220822 

Email headteacher@ 

cliffewoods.medway.sch.uk 

Cliffe Woods Primary School 

KS 2 

Salary: MPS/UPS 

Full time and temporary 

Term of contract: 2 terms 

Required From: 21 April 2008 

Closing Date: 14 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Mr Tim Watson 

Cliffe Woods Primary School 

View Road, Cliffe Woods 

Rochester 

Kent ME3 8UJ 

Telephone-(01634) 220822 

Email headteacher@ 

cliffewoods.medway.sch.uk 

Barnsole Junior School 

Two KS2 Teachers 

Salary: MPS/UPS 

Full time and temporary 

Term of contract: 1 year 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing Date: 7 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

School Office 

Barnsole Junior School 

Barnsole Road 

Gillingham 

Kent ME7 2JG 

Telephone - (01634) 852983 

Email office@ 

barnsole-j u n. medway.sch. u k 

Stoke Community School 

KS 2 

Salary: MPS/UPS 
Full time and temporary 
Term of contract: 2 terms 
Required From: 21 April 2008 
Closing Date: 20 March 2008 


To apply/more information 

Mrs Carolyn Cassettari 
Stoke Community School 
Lower Stoke, Rochester 
Kent ME3 9SL 
Telephone - (01634) 270268 
Email headteacher@ 
stoke.medway.sch.uk 

Twydall Infant School 

Year 1 

Salary: MPS/UPS 

Full time and permanent 

Required From: 21 April 2008 

Closing Date: 25 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Mrs S Fedosiuk, Fleadteacher 

Twydall Infant School 

Twydall Lane 

Gillingham 

Kent ME8 6JS 

Telephone-(01634) 231761 

Email headteacher@ 

twydallinf.medway.sch.uk 

Headteacher 
Maundene School 

Job Ref: EDT 990 

Full Time and Permanent 

Salary: L20-L26 £55,782-£64,611 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing Date: 14 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Sue Bowers 

Medway Council 

HR (Schools), Civic Centre 

Strood 

Kent ME2 4AU 

Telephone - (01634) 331100 

Email vacancies@medway.gov.uk 

SEN 


Elaine Primary (Chalklands 
Opportunity Centre) 

SEN 

Salary: MPS/UPS + 2 SEN 
allowance 

Part time and Permanent 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing Date: 29 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Lynne Garnham, Headteacher 

Elaine Primary School 

Elaine Avenue 

Strood 

Rochester 

Kent ME2 2YN 

Telephone - (01634) 718057 

Fax - 01634 290191 

Email headteacher@ 

elaine.medway.sch.uk 


Deputy Headteacher 
Fairview Community Primary 

Salary: LS 10 - 14 £43656-£48138 
Full Time and Permanent 
Required From: 1 September 2008 
Closing date: 14 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Fairview Community Primary 
School 

Debbie Willis, Headteacher 

Drewery Drive, Wig more 

Gillingham 

Kent ME8 0NU 

Telephone-(01634) 338710 

Email headteacher@ 

fairviewprimary.medway.sch.uk 

Assistant Headteacher 

Walderslade Primary School 

Salary: LS 3 - 7 £36,708 - £40,590) 
Full Time and Permanent 
Required From: 1 September 2008 
Closing date: 20 March 2008 
To apply/more information 
Mrs A Milne, Headteacher 
Walderslade Primary School 
Dargets Road, Walderslade 
Chatham 
Kent ME5 8BJ 
Telephone-(01634) 861660 
Email headteacher@ 
walderslade-pri.medway.sch.uk 

SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Teacher 

Chatham Grammar School 
for Girls 

RE 

Salary: MPS/UPS 
Full Time and Permanent 
Required From: 1 September 2008 
Closing date: 7 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Emma Chilmaid 

Chatham Grammar School for Girls 

Rain ham Road 

Chatham 

Kent ME5 7EH 

Telephone-(01634) 851262 

Fax - 01634 571928 

Email chile001@medway.org.uk 

Rainham School For Girls 

Mathematics Teachers 
Full Time and Permanent 
Salary: MPS/UPS 
Required From: 1 September 2008 
Closing Date: 10 March 2008 


To apply/more information 

Mrs D Francis, Personnel Officer 

Rainham School For Girls 

Derwent Way 

Rainham 

Gillingham 

Kent ME8 0BX 

Telephone - (01634) 362746 

Fax - 01634 388334 

Email dfrancis@rsg.org.uk 

Chatham Grammar School 
for Girls 

Latin 

Salary: MPS/UPS 
Full Time and Permanent 
Required From: 1 September 2008 
Closing date: 14 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Emma Chilmaid 

Chatham Grammar School for Girls 

Rainham Road 

Chatham 

Kent ME5 7EH 

Telephone - (01634) 851262 

Fax-01634 571928 

Email chile001@medway.org.uk 

Sir Joseph Williamson’s 
Mathematical School 

History 

Full Time and permanent 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing Date: 12 March 

To apply/more information 

Ms Jacqueline Harrison 

Sir Joseph Williamson's 

Mathematical School 

Maidstone Road 

Rochester 

Kent ME1 3EL 

Telephone - (01634) 844008 

Email harrisonj@ 

sirjosephwilliamson.medway.sch.uk 

Sir Joseph Williamson’s 
Mathematical School 

German/Spanish 

Full Time and permanent 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing Date: 12 March 

To apply/more information 

Ms Jacqueline Harrison 

Sir Joseph Williamson's 

Mathematical School 

Maidstone Road 

Rochester 

Kent ME1 3EL 

Telephone - (01634) 844008 

Email harrisonj@ 

sirjosephwilliamson.medway.sch.uk 


www.medway.gov.uk/teachingcareers 


Chatham South School 

English 

Full Time and permanent 

Salary: MPS/UPS 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing Date: 14 March 

To apply/more information 

Mrs M Chipperfield 

Office Manager 

Chatham South School 

Letchworth Avenue 

Chatham 

Kent ME4 6NT 

Telephone - (01634) 404277 

Email chipm002@medway.org.uk 

Rainham Mark Grammar 
School 

MFL Spanish/French 

Full Time and permanent 

Salary: MPS/UPS 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing Date: 13 March 

To apply/more information 

School office 

Rainham Mark Grammar School 

Pump Lane 

Gillingham 

Kent ME8 7AJ 

Telephone-(01634) 364151 

Email office@ 

rainhammark.medway.sch.uk 

Graduate Teacher 
Programme 

Sir Joseph Williamson’s 
Mathematical School 

Graduate Trainee - Science 
Full Time and Fixed Term 
Contract: 1 Year 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing Date: 10 March 

To apply/more information 

Ms Jacqueline Harrison 

Sir Joseph Williamson's 

Mathematical School 

Maidstone Road 

Rochester 

Kent ME1 3EL 

Telephone - (01634) 844008 

Email harrisonj@ 

sirjosephwilliamson.medway.sch.uk 

Head of Department 
Greenacre School 

Subject Leader in English 
Salary: MPS/UPS + TLR 1b 
(£9,981) 

Full Time and Permanent 
Required From: 1 September 2008 
Closing date: 10 March 2008 


Any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau check 


To apply/more information 

Mr A J Reese, Headteacher 
Greenacre School 
(A Specialist Sports College) 
Bradfields Avenue, Chatham 
Kent ME5 OLE 
Telephone - (01634) 861593 
Fax- 01634 869246 
Email 

off ice@greenacre. medway.sch. u k 

Chatham South 

ICT 

Salary: MPS/UPS + TLR c 

Full Time and Permanent 

Required From: 1 September 2008 

Closing date: 14 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Mrs M Chipperfield 

Office Manager 

Chatham South 

Letchworth Avenue 

Chatham 

Kent ME4 6NT 

Phone: 01634 404277 

Fax - 01634 869246 

Email headteacher@ 

chathamsouth.medway.sch.uk 

SPECIAL SCHOOLS 


Rivermead 

General Subjects 

Salary: MPS/UPS + SEN Allowance 
£1818 

Full Time and Permanent 
Required From: 1 September 2008 
Closing date: 14 March 2008 
To apply/more information 
Mrs Karen Watkin, Office Manager 
Rivermead, Forge Lane 
Gillingham 
Kent ME7 1UG 
Telephone-(01634) 338348 
Email 

off ice@ri vermead .medway.sch. u k 

Abbey Court Community 
Special School 

SEN 

Salary: MPS/UPS + 2 SEN points 

Full Time and temporary 

Required From: 21 April 2008 

Closing date: 14 March 2008 

To apply/more information 

Linda Taylor, Business Manager 

Abbey Court School 

Rede Court Road 

Rochester 

Kent ME2 3SP 

Telephone - (01634) 338224 

Email 

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Structural and Civil 
Engineers 


Tony Gee and Partners is a high profile, nationwide firm 
of Consulting Engineers with a regional office in Ashford, 
Kent. 

With a buoyant and growing workload, we are seeking to 
recruit degree qualified Structural and Civil Engineers at 
all levels of experience in the Building, Geotechnical and 
Marine Civil Engineering sectors. Candidates should have 
strong technical skills and an interest in design. 

We offer competitive salaries plus excellent benefits in a 
professional and supportive environment with good pros¬ 
pects of career progression within our expanding practice. 
Visit our website for further information. 


Please send your CV to aipt@tap.co.uk for the attention of 
Gavin Thom (ref KOS) or by post to Tony Gee and Partners, 
Trafalgar House, Elwick Road, Ashford, Kent TN23 1PF. 


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Cecil Road Primary and Nursery School 

Cecil Road, Gravesend, Kent DA11 7BT 

Tel: 01474 534544 headteacher@cecil-road.kent.sch.uk 


Investors in People Healthy Schools 

Headtecher: Mr Andrew Sparks 


Deputy Head L4-10 

(Salary negotiable) 

A wonderful opportunity to join a very successful school. We are a popular 
oversubscribed two-form entry school. Ofsted judged the school to be 
outstanding/very good in all areas and, due to the retirement of the present 
postholder, the Governors will be appointing a new Deputy Head for 
September 2008. 

The new Deputy should: 

• Have strong leadership and management skills, which will enable us to 
move forward, combining excellence and enjoyment within the curriculum; 

• Be an exemplary classroom teacher who has a commitment towards 
collaboration, team-working and inclusion; 

• Be able to manage change and inspire others; 

• Have excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills; 

• Have expertise in assessment and experience of data management as a tool 
for raising standards; 

• Have a proven track record of ICT, management skills and financial 
experience would be an advantage. 

For further information and details please contact the Headteacher. 

Visits welcomed. 

Please visit our website, www.cecil-road.kent.sch.uk 
Closing date: 14 March 
Interviews: 25/26 March 



All Saints Sure Start Children's Centre has the following 
vacancies based at our centre in Magpie Hall Road, Chatham. 

Building Operations Manager Rekcsosggs 

Grade 02. Salary £18,907 - £25,320 
37 hours per week. 

With responsibility for everything from health, safety and security to repairs, 
maintenance and cleaning - you will ensure that our building and grounds 
are a safe and pleasant place for our staff and the 700+ visitors that use the 
centre every week. With a team of administrative staff and caretakers, you 
will maintain the high quality of support services that everyone has come to 
expect at our busy centre. Previous experience of managing buildings and 
staff is essential, as is a flexible and innovative style. 

Catering Assistant - 

Healthy Eating Community Cafe Rekcsogoos 

Grade D1. Salary £12,291 - £15,842 
37 hours per week. 

You will be involved with the day-to-day running of the cafe, including 
preparing and cooking food, stock control and serving. Other duties will 
include handling cash and cleaning the cafe and kitchen areas. You will also 
help provide meals to our on-site, full day-care facility and prepare and 
deliver refreshment orders to the rest of the centre. Previous experience 
of working in catering required. 

Administrative Assistant Ref: csogois 

Grade D1. Salary £12,291 - £15,842 
37 hours per week. 

As part of a small and busy administrative team, you will undertake varied 
duties to support staff in the centre. These will range from reception work 
and taking notes at meetings to filing and maintaining office systems. 

Good customer service skills and administrative experience are essential. 

Any offer of appointment will be subject to a Criminal Records Bureau 
enhanced disclosure. 

For more information on any of these posts, 
please contact the centre on 01634 338833. 

Closing date for all applications is Friday, 7 March 2008. 

Interviews are likely to take place at the beginning of April. 

All posts will be open to part-time and job share applicants 
unless designated as an exception. 

To apply 

visit www.medway.gov.uk 

call 01634 333333 Mon to Fri 8am - 8pm, Sat 9am - 1pm. 

01634 332843 24-hour answerphone. 

email jobs@medway.gov.uk quoting the appropriate reference. 


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Salary up to £18063 pa 

Plus enhanced payments for working on 

Sundays/Public Holidays 


We have a vacancy in our Parking Services team for a fit, reliable, energetic 
person who enjoys the outdoor life and has the ability to deal tactfully with the 
public, sometimes in challenging situations. 


You will help in the important traffic management task of enforcing the Council's 
waiting and parking restrictions, issuing Penalty Charge Notices. Most importantly 
you will represent the Council in a positive and helpful manner by answering 
enquiries and providing assistance for visitors and residents 

of Ashford. 


You will receive comprehensive training in all aspects of the 
job, leading to a nationally recognised qualification. 
This role involves working shifts and it is a requirement of the 
job to have a full clean driving licence. 
For an application form and further details, please 
contact: Personnel and Development, Civic Centre, 
Tannery Lane, Ashford, Kent TN23 1PL 
or e-mail recruitment@ashford.gov.uk 
or you can download details form the 
jobs page of our website quoting ^ 

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Closing date: 

Monday 10th March 2008 

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Accounts Assistant 


MACK 


Circa £19,000 per annum plus benefits 
Based at Paddock Wood 


As the largest independently owned Fresh Produce Distributor in the UK, we 
service the large multiple retailers with an extensive range of fresh fruit and 
vegetables, with a group turnover in excess of £350 million. 

The successful candidate will need a good head for figures; preferably having 
qualified or part qualified at AAT or equivalent, an ability to pay attention to 
detail, time management skills to prioritise workloads and ensure that 
deadlines are met. 


Main duties include: 

• Co-ordinate completion and distribution of monthly management accounts. 

• Responsible for the accurate completion of monthly P&L expenditure analysis. 

• Assist in completion of the year end accounting pack. 

• Accurate processing of supplier invoices and employee expenses. 

• Ensure that all processing is completed in time for month end. 

• Reconcile company bank accounts regularly. 

• Assist with the development of new computer accounting systems. 


CLOSING DATE FOR ALL APPLICATIONS: 15/3/08 


To apply, please email your CV to 
recruitment@mackmultiples.com or 
send it to Recruitment Team, Mack, 
Transfesa Road, Paddock Wood, 
Kent TNI 2 6UT 
www.mwmack.co.uk 
Telephone 01892 835577 

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the University of Greenwich at Medway 


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 


Ref: 00935/K3 

ased in the University’s Partnership Division you will undertake a 
range of secretarial and administrative duties to support the 
Partnership Division with a primary focus on the administration and 
development of Widening Participation activities and projects. 

You will have a good level of secondary education, strong IT skills with 
a sound knowledge of Microsoft Access, Powerpoint and Word and the 
ability to work with a wide range of client groups, staff and students. 

You will need experience of working to tight deadlines, be prepared to 
travel to other University campuses, work flexible hours at peak times 
and be able to work on your own initiative with a minimum of 
supervision. 

Salary Scale: £18,702 - £21,682 per annum inclusive. 

We aim to be an equal opportunities employer and welcome 
applications from all sections of the community. 

Further particulars and application form can be obtained from the 
Personnel Department, University of 
Greenwich, Avery Hill Road, London, 

SE9 2UG Email: Jobs@gre.ac.uk 
quoting the job reference. 

Applications should be returned by 
5:00 pm on 14 March 2008. 



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Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School 
Maidstone Road, Rochester, Kent ME13EL 
Tel: 01634 844008 

www.sirjosephwilliamson.medway.sch.uk 


An 11-18 Boys’ Grammar School of 1000+ pupils 
with 300 in the Sixth Form (including 40 girls) 


ARE YOU A WELL QUALIFIED 
SCIENCE GRADUATE? 

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A CHANGE 
OF CAREER? 

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN TEACHING? 


We have a vacancy on the Graduate Teacher 
Programme (in conjunction with Canterbury Christ 
Church University) beginning in September 2008. 

We can offer you an opportunity to work with bright, 
talented youngsters in a school where you will receive 
full support as you achieve Qualified Teacher Status. 
For more information and an informal discussion 
please contact Mr Eliot Hodges (Assistant 
Headteacher) at the school. 

Closing date for applications - Monday, 10th March 2008 


UKt&LAWi&zimsf 

im smr mm m m 

Require 

Sales Representative for the South East 

Competitive rates of pay including car 

UK Platforms provides a full range of powered 
access equipment for hire. As a result of the 
continuing growth in our market we are looking to 
expand our sales team in the South East. 
Operating from our Crawley location, we are looking 
for a self-motivated sales person with an outgoing 
personality, excellent communication skills and the 
ability to work well under pressure. 
Responsibilities will include primarily winning new 
business as well as supporting and developing 
existing customers. You will have a sales 
background not necessarily in a plant hire 
environment although this would be an advantage. 

For more information about UK Platforms go to 
www.ukplatforms.co.uk If you are interested in this 
position please send your CV to: 

Ben Cross, UK Platforms Ltd, 

Unit 3 Dialog, Fleming Way, Crawley, RH10 9NQ 
Or email to bencross@ukplatforms.co.uk 

Closing date for applications: Friday 14th March 2008 



CC INSTALLATIONS 
LIMITED 

Company No. 05137484 

Notice is hereby given pursuant to 
Section 98 of the Insolvency Act 1986 
that a Meeting of the Creditors of the 
above named Company will be held at 
the offices of McCabe Ford Williams, 
Bank Chambers 1 Central Avenue 
Sittingbourne ME10 4AE, on 
18/03/2008 at 10.30 am for the 
purposes mentioned in Sections 99 to 
101 of the said Act. Creditors wishing to 
vote at the Meeting must (unless they 
are individual creditors attending in 
person) lodge their proxies at the 
registered office above, not later than 
noon on 17/03/2008. A creditor will not 
be entitled to vote at the meeting unless 
his proof of debt has been lodged and 
admitted for voting purposes. A proof 
may be lodged at any time before voting 
commences, however creditors are 
requested to submit them with their 
proxies. For the purpose of voting, a 
secured creditor is required (unless he 
surrenders his security) to lodge at Bank 
Chambers, 1 Central Avenue 
Sittingbourne ME10 4AE, before the 
meeting, a statement giving particulars 
of his security, the date when it was 
given and the value at which it is 
assessed. Notice is further given that a 
list of the names and addresses of the 
Company’s creditors may be inspected, 
free of charge, at Bank Chambers 1 
Central Avenue Sittingbourne ME10 
4AE between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on 
the two business days preceding the 
date of the meeting stated above. 
Dated: 22/02/2008 
MATTHEW D LOVETT, Director 

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COMPLETE BATHROOMS 

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Mums and dads fail to 
make most of vouchers 

THOUSANDS of parents working for 
small businesses in Kent are missing 
out on financial help which could save 
them more than £1,000 a year. 

New research has shown that only one 
in 100 working mums and dads em¬ 
ployed by small or medium-sized enter¬ 
prises have signed up for childcare 
vouchers. 

The study by Childcare Choice 
revealed the vast majority of parents do 
not have a clue how much money they 
could be saving. 

Childcare vouchers were introduced in 
their current form by the Government in 
2005 to help working parents. 

Most mums and dads who pay for 
childcare are entitled to savings of up to 
£1,195 a year. 

If both parents are working, this figure 
doubles to £2,390 a year. 

Employers are also missing out by 
their staff not embracing the Govern¬ 
ment scheme. 

Bosses offering vouchers can save up 
to £373 per year for each worker taking 
advantage of them. 

The study also found that eight out 
of 10 employees did not know if their 
companies had the scheme in place. 

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Agency to put the fizz 
back into Silver Spring 



NEW BEGINNINGS: Jim Ludlow, managing director of Silver Spring (left), shakes on the deal with Charles Hagger 


■ BY ROB LIVINGSTONE 


ONE of Folkestone’s oldest compa¬ 
nies has appointed a leading mar¬ 
keting agency to oversee a whole¬ 
sale corporate review of its brand¬ 
ing, sales and communications. 

The Silver Spring Mineral Water Company 
has hired Folkestone-based Sagittarius Mar¬ 
keting to act as its marketing department. 

Sagittarius will evaluate the company’s 
signs, product design, sales promotions and 
internet presence to ensure that Silver Spring is 
equipped for the 21st century. 

Geoff Ludlow, executive director of the Silver 
Spring Mineral Water Company, said that 
Sagittarius had an excellent track record and 
client base. 

“They were able to demonstrate a thorough 
understanding of our industry and we look for¬ 
ward to working with them preparing Silver 
Spring for the next 100 years,” he said. 

Exciting 

Silver Spring was founded in Folkestone in 
1890 and the company has its own natural 
spring source at its Park Farm site. The spring 
is more than 2,000 years old. 

It supplies water to several premier UK 
drinks brands, including Virgin Cola and nat¬ 
ural fruit drink maker Perfectly Clear. 

Silver Spring also provides several super¬ 
markets with branded soft drinks. 

Charles Hagger, managing director of 
Sagittarius, said: “We are thrilled to be work¬ 
ing alongside Silver Spring and it adds to an 
exciting list of wins for the agency. 

“Silver Spring is one of Kent’s best-kept 
secrets and has played an enormous role in 
shaping the UK soft drinks market. 

“It has a terrific story to tell and we are 
excited to be a part of it.” 

‘We are always excited working with nation¬ 
al brands and are looking forward to using our 
marketing skills across all media to bring the 
fizz and sparkle back into Silver Spring.” 

The rebranding of the company would be 


comprehensive, said Mr Hagger, and would 
begin with a wholesale review of Silver 
Spring’s activities. 

“After we have completed the strategy and 
planning, we will be concentrating on a 
refreshment of their current logo.” 

Sagittarius would work both online and 
offline to market Silver Spring, said Mr 
Hagger. 

‘We have already started a national PR cam¬ 
paign which will carry on throughout the year, 


both nationally and locally. Expect a new era 
for Silver Spring with new livery, new packag¬ 
ing and new brands. 

“It’s an exciting time for both of us.” 

The Silver Spring Mineral Water Company 
is the latest high-profile client acquired by 
Sagittarius. 

The agency’s impressive roster of clients 
includes Eurotunnel, Rizla, Suzuki Motor- 
sport, Kent County Council, Think London 
and Pantone Connextions. 



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Gloss taken of Dover win by Stanley's bad break 


A SECOND successive promotion 
is still on the cards for Dover, after 
they dug out a crucial London 3 
South East win against a deter¬ 
mined Eastbourne side, though the 
win was marred when Ricky 
Stanley’s ankle was broken in 
three places and dislocated in a 
freak accident. 

The home side made the better 
start, but blew an early chance 
when a simple pass on the overlap 
to Ricky Mackintosh went astray. 

This typified an error-strewn 
game, with both sides struggling to 
come to terms with a fierce wind. 

The exception was Dover’s open¬ 
ing try in the lOth-minute. The ball 
POSSIBLE PROMOTION: Dover's routine league victory kept the pressure on Gravesend was switched from left to right and 




Dover 19 Eastbourne 8 

then back infield, where Mackintosh 
dived under the posts, allowing 
Beaumont a routine conversion. 

The home side remained in con¬ 
trol, but Eastbourne’s admirable 
defence kept them at bay and frus¬ 
tration began to mount. 

Their play became forced, but 
with Ricky Stanley’s pack in awe¬ 
some form, the Sussex side were 
restricted to a solitary penalty 
before the break. 

Dover effectively won the game in 
the opening 15 minutes of the sec¬ 


ond period. From the whistle they 
drove up the field in a number of 
phases and won a 44th-minute 
penalty. The pack won the ball from 
the line-out and drove 25 metres 
before Jon Foster touched down. 

Centre Lee Tonks then set up the 
third try with a perfect pass to 
Beaumont, who found a massive 
gap and went under the posts. 

The conversion made it 19-3, but 
just as the home side were threat¬ 
ening to run away with it 
Eastbourne seized on an error to 
score an unconverted try and get 
back within two scores. 

Eastbourne kicked deep to good 
effect and created several chances, 
but Dover’s resilience kept them out. 


Deal fail in semi 
at Thamesmead 

TWO early goals dashed Deal Town’s 
hopes of a place in the Kent Senior Trophy 
final, as they lost 2-1 to Thamesmead. 

In front a meagre crowd of 50 at 
Bayliss Avenue, the home side grabbed a 
fifth-minute lead through Mulholland. 

Rikki Cable doubled the Londoners’ 
advantage just after the quarter hour 
mark and the Mead held their lead until 
ten minutes from time, when Mark 
Munday converted a penalty. 

Town must now hope they can end a 
run of three league games without a win 
when they travel to Greenwich Borough 
on Saturday. 


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style of training for county's young 

Stones smashed 
at Bognor Regis 

LONDON 4 South East leaders Bognor 
Regis showed Folkestone no mercy on 
Saturday as they hammered them 50-3 
in West Sussex. 

The Stones were swept aside by a side 
who seem to be cruising to the title. 

Every time they entered the 
Folkestone 22 they seemed to score and 
the visitors’ substandard tackling made 
life even easier for them. 

The Stones now face a struggle to stay 
in the division and face a daunting trip 
to second-placed Hove next week. 

Their final home game is against fel¬ 
low strugglers Whitstable on March 29. 



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IN TOUCHING DISTANCE: Dover Athletic are 13 points clear at the top of the league following their victory over title rivals Tooting & Mitcham in Saturday's crucial six-pointer 

Hess focused despite 
going 13 points clear 


THE Ryman Division One South 
title is almost in Dover Athletic’s 
reach following their victory 
against nearest challengers Tooting 
& Mitcham at Imperial Fields. 

The Whites increased their lead at the top of 
the league to a commanding 13 points and have 
just nine more games to play. 

More than 500 Whites fans made the trip to 
Tooting to cheer on their side in this crucial 
match, thanks to six coaches from Dover, all 
paid for by Athletic chairman Jim Parmenter. 

Dover boss Andy Hessenthaler was forced to 
change his line up on Saturday following an 
injury to defender James Rogers on Thursday. 

Sam Gore replaced him in defence and he 
was partnered by Laurence Ball. The 
player/manager also featured for the second 
week in a row in the midfield. 

In a cagey first half, it was Dover who creat¬ 
ed the best chances and they took the lead on 
18 minutes from a comer. Hessenthaler took it 
short and rolled the ball into the path of Matt 


FOOTBALL 


■ BY YOURSHEPWAY REPORTER 


Tooting & Mitcham 0 Dover Athletic 1 

Fish, who whipped a ball into the danger area. 
Craig Cloke met the cross and his bullet header 
flew in the bottom comer, sending the travelling 
support into raptures. 

Doubled 

They could have doubled their advantage six 
minutes later in a similar fashion. This time 
Fish’s cross from the right wing fell for Jimmy 
Dryden. However, the striker was unable to get 
his shot under control and the ball went wide of 
Dave King’s goal. 

Just before the hour mark Tooting almost lev¬ 
elled the scores. A cross from the left found 
Jason Byatt free in the area and his lopping 
header produced a stunning save from John 
Whitehouse. The chance was the home side’s 


best effort of the afternoon. 

It was Dover who looked the side most likely 
to score for the remainder of the half, but strong 
defending from the home side prevented any 
real clear cut chances. 

The Whites now look destined to claim the 
league title and will only have themselves to 
blame if the fail. 

Despite the victory, Hessenthaler knows how 
quickly a lead can disappear and chose not to 
over celebrate the win as his side still have nine 
games to go. 

After their last home game against 
Chipstead, Hessenthaler revealed he was look¬ 
ing for another striker to replace the injured 
Lee Browning. 

However, he was unable to capture his target 
in time for the crunch match against Tooting & 
Mitcham. 

Hessenthaler said: “Unfortunately, I have not 
been able to get the striker in time, but I hope I 
can get him to the club in time for the match 
against Molesey.” 

This Saturday, Dover will look to increase their 
lead, when they host basement side Molesey. 


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Invicta show their 
mettle against City 


FOOTBALL 


■ BY YOURSHEPWAY REPORTER 


Folkestone Invicta 0 Chelmsford City 0 

HONOURS were even at a sunny, 
but windy Buzzlines Stadium, as 
Folkestone Invicta held runaway 
Ryman Premier League leaders 
Chelmsford City to a goalless draw 

The best chance of the game fell to the visitors 
in the 41st minute, when striker James Lawson 
shot wide from close range after Chris Duffy had 
played the ball across from the left. 

Invicta held their own and gained a valuable 
point in their fight to avoid relegation. 

The home side gave a debut to Tom Webb, a new 
loan signing from Championship club Colchester 
United. 

Deilghted manager Neil Cugley told 
Yourshepway: “We are really pleased to sign Tom. 
Our strikeforce has been a problem all season as 
we have not been able to replace some of the good 
strikers that have left the club. 

“He will give the strikers at the club competition 
for places. He is an out-and-out goal scorer. He has 
a reputation of scoring a lot for the reserves and 
he can hold the ball up well. He should be able to 
play six games for us in his loan period and there 
is a chance we can extend the loan.” 

Cugley has been working hard trying to bring a 
striker to the Buzzlines Stadium and his contacts 
have come up trumps. 

He said: “I have got a contact at Colchester and 
I have been on the phone to many clubs trying to 
find players. There are lot of league players that are 
going on loan to Ryman clubs and it is always good 
to keep in favour with the big clubs, especially with 
Gillingham being the only big club in the county.” 

Invicta’s best moment came in the 76th minute, 
when a James Corbett shot was touched over the 
crossbar by visiting goalkeeper Danny Gay fol¬ 
lowing a good crossfield ball from Webb. 

The result has moved Folkestone a point above 
the relegation zone. 



NEARLY MAN: Folkestone's Janies Corbett almost broke the deadlock in a hard-fought draw at the Buzzlines 


Michaels' stunner helps Lions to win 



TWO tries from Adam Michaels 
helped Deal & Betteshanger 
secure another victory to boost 
their chances of making the 
play-off positions. 

Ike game did not start well for 
the home side as Lewes gath¬ 
ered a 10-0 lead in the opening 
minutes of the half. 

A successful penalty and a 
converted try shocked the Lions 
side into action. 

Shortly before the end of the 
half they registered their first 
points of the match with a penal¬ 
ty, kicked by Tom Best. 

In the second half, Michaels 
cut the deficit to just two points. 

After a couple of five-metre 
scrums he broke away from 
the pack and went over in the 
corner. 

The Lions took the lead for the 
first time in the match through 
captain Mick O’Donnell. Best 
picked up the ball and used his 
pace to outfox the Lewes defence 
before passing to O’Donnell for 
SHOW OF STRENGTH: Deal & Betteshanger's strong pack help them to victory over Lewes an easy try. 



Deal & Betteshanger 29 
Lewes 13 

Best was involved once again 
and helped put the match out of 
reach of the Sussex side, with 
three successful penalties. 

The game was sealed with a 
stunning individual try from 
Michaels. He ran 50 yards, dum¬ 
mied to pass creating a gap in 
the defence, and powered over 
the line. Best converted to make 
the final score 29-13. 

The result has put the Lions 
fourth and only behind third- 
placed Aylesford Bulls on points 
difference. 

This Saturday Deal & 
Betteshanger take on struggling 
Old Mid-Whitgiftians, who are 
second from bottom in London 
South East 3. A win would help 
the Lions close the gap on the 
top two of Dover and Gravesend. 



IN CONTROL: Hythe boss Paul Fisk was satisfied 

Hythe go six points 
clear at top of table 


FOOTBALL 


Erith Town 2 Hythe Town 3 

TWO late goals from Erith Town were not 
enough to deter Hythe as they went six 
points clear at the top of the Kent Premier 
League. 

Town’s defence was strengthened for the 
encounter with the return of Sam Marsh 
and Gavin Ransley back from injury. 

However, it took until the second half for 
the deadlock to be broken. 

Lee Winfield’s cross was met by Buster 
Smissen’s head, sending the ball into the 
roof of the net. 

The league’s top scorer found the target 
once again on 67 minutes with a stunning 
strike from outside the area. 

Smissen also had a hand in the third goal. 
He was brought down in the area and 
Winfield dispatched the spot kick with ease 
to put Hythe in the driving seat. 

Hythe manager Paul Fisk said: “The first 
half was quite tough, quite windy and I 
think we probably gave them a little bit too 
much respect. 

“In the second half we wanted to raise our 
game a bit. We went out for 20 minutes and 
played to our potential. We were a bit too 
comfortable at 3-0. On the whole it was a 
great result because Erith Town have only 
lost three times in the league this season.” 

Concentrate 

With two goals in the last ten minutes 
from Erith, Fisk was slightly worried his 
side were going to lose their cool. 

He said: “It goes through your mind 
because at 3-0 it was a good result, but 3-2 
looks like a close game. 

“I didn’t think we would let in a third goal 
although the other team got a bit excited 
when their second went in. 

“We keep saying we can only concentrate 
on ourselves, but as soon as the VCD result 
came through (a 0-0 draw with Erith) every¬ 
one was doubly pleased. All we can do is 
keep putting points in the bag. It is up to the 
other teams to catch us. We are more than 
happy with everything at the moment.” 

Hythe will hope to extend their advan¬ 
tage when they entertain high-flying 
Beckenham Town on Saturday. 


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KENT ESCAPES STAND 42 

We specialise in holidays and flights from Kent 
International airports to a number of destinations 
including Palma Majorca and new for this year we 
are offering amazing packages to Las Palmas, 
Grand Canaria, www.seguroholidays.com 

KENT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT STAND 31 

Situated at Manston, Nr Ramsgate. Flights to a 
number of European destinations, and a hassle free 
flying experience! Once you’ve experienced Kent 
International Airport for yourself...you wont want to 
fly form anywhere else! 
www.kentinternationalairport-manston.com 

KENT & SUSSEX RAILWAY STAND 59 

England’s finest rural light railway enables visitors 
to experience travel and service from a bygone age 
aboard beautifully restored coaches and 
locomotives dating from Victorian times. Visit our 
stand to discover what’s new for 2008. 
www.kesr.org.uk 

KOSMEDIA STAND 1 

Organisers of today’s event. Publishers of the 
award winning Kent on Sunday,local midweek 
titles, and websites, as well as 
www.jobsforkent.co.ukwww.carsforkent.co.uk 
www.propertyforkent.co.ukwww.kentnews.co.uk 
and the new www.yourkenttv.co.uk 
www.kentnews.co.uk 

LEAF HOTELS & EXPRESS STAND 36 

BY HOLIDAY INN 

The 4 Star Ramada Hotel Dover and the Express 
by Holiday Inn Canterbury belong to Kent’s newest 
hotel group, Leaf Hotels. These environmental 
friendly hotels offer a warm welcome. Both hotels 
have excellent facilities including meeting rooms. 
www.expressbyholidayinncanterbury.co.uk . 
www.ramadadover.co.uk 

MARRIOTT TUDOR PARK HOTEL STAND 25 

As part of a £4M renovation Marriott Tudor Park 
has: 120 luxury NEW guestrooms, NEWLY 
renovated leisure club changing facilities, Cardio¬ 
vascular gym, Resistance Gym and Dance Studio. 
We are licensed for wedding ceremonies in our 
Marquee and Thurnham Suite and can 
accommodate wedding receptions for up to 150 
guests. 

www.marriotttudorpark.co.uk 

NCL FREESTYLE CRUISING STAND 7 

Leave deadlines, schedules, clock watching, dinner 
sittings and dress codes on the pier and take a 
fabulous cruise where you’re free to whatever. Play 
when you want, wear what you want and dine 
when you like with who you like in up to 12 
distinctive restaurants and dining rooms. 
www.ncl.co.uk 

NORD-PAS DE CALAIS STAND 50a 

If tourism means discovering other regional 
cultures, a different architecture; the pleasure of a 
ride on a sand yacht along immense beaches; 
being in another country, on the other side of the 
sea, in an hour, and being back in your bed and 
breakfast for the evening, then come and visit us 
as, in our region, we are hospitable and we will 
welcome you with open arms as long as you come 
as a friend, wanting to get to know us. 
www.northernfrance-tourism.com 
<http://www.northernfrance-tourism.com/> 
www.realfrancerealclose.fr 
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NEWMARKET AIR TRAVEL STAND 41 

Offering 10 different holiday destinations from Kent 
International Airport. Carefully selected hotels, and 
well planned itineries. All backed by over 25 years 
of experience, /www.newmarketholidays.co.uk 

NORFOLKLINE STAND 9 

Discover the future of ferry travel, the result of a 
multi-million pound investment, our revolutionary 
fleet of three vessels, offer the channels most 
sophisticated sailing experience with up to 24 
sailings a day on the Dover-Dunkerque route. 
www.norfolkline.com 

OCEAN VILLAGE STAND 4 

With Ocean Village you won't find any of the 
stuffiness that goes with traditional cruises. Leave 
the UK behind and fly to the sun to join one of our 
cruise holidays - they are as action-packed or laid- 
back as you like and as dressed-down as you 
choose to make them. An Ocean Village cruise is 
as much about exploring ashore as being on board 
- perfect for trying things you've never done 
before. 

www.oceanvillageholidays.co.uk 

OLD LIGHTHOUSE, DUNGENESS STAND 66a 

Learn how the lighthouse works and about the men 
who use to operate it. We are also pleased to offer 
the Old Lighthouse as a unique venue for weddings 
or any special occasions. We welcome you to visit 
us on our stand at the Travel & Leisure show for 
further information. 
www.dungenesslighthouse.com 


PENSHURST PLACE STAND 64 

Set in the beautiful Weald of Kent, this stunning 
family owned house and historic Tudor gardens, 
also has on offer to visitors a toy museum, 
fantastic venture playground, a gift shop and 
traditional Garden Tea Room. Visit the awe¬ 
inspiring Baron’s Hall, built in 1341, recently used 
in the filming of The Other Boleyn Girl. Tel: 01892 
870307. 

www.penshurstplace.com 

P & O CRUISES STAND 4 

At P&O Cruises we give new meaning to the word 
holiday. When you step on board one of our six 
magnificent and uniquely different superliners, you 
can not only explore the globe, but you can also 
enjoy a world of extraordinary experiences. 
www.pocruises.com 

THE PORT OF DOVER STAND 10 

The Port of Dover is Kent's leading gateway for 
travel and tourism.The port offers ferry departures 
to the French ports of Calais, Dunkerque and 
Boulogne on average every 25 minutes 24/7 with 
leading operators Norfolkline, P&O Ferries, 
SeaFrance and SpeedFerries. It also operates two 
cruise liner terminals with opportunities to cruise all 
over the world, www.doverport.co.uk 

PRINCESS CRUISES STAND 4 

Princess is premium quality cruising offering an 
unforgettable experience where you can escape 
completely. From the ships' grand four-storey 
atrium, to the rich furnishings and the clever use of 
glass that brings you extraordinary views, these 
ships are in a class of their own. It’s what we call 
‘Big Ship Choice, Small Ship Feel®’ and it’s unique 
to Princess Cruises, www.dawnsunprincess.com 

QHOTELS STAND 56 

At GHotels we pride ourselves on elegant, beautiful 
and sometimes historic hotels, so you can always 
anticipate a truly unique experience - whether your 
stay is for pleasure or business, www.qhotels.co.uk 

THE ROMNEY HYTHE & STAND 39 

DYMCHURCH RAILWAY 

A 15" gauge railway 13 miles long from Hythe to 
Dungeness across the Romney Marsh. There is a 
cafe at Dungeness renown for its local fish & chips 
and a model exhibition & Museum at New Romney, 
group travel welcome, www.rhdr.org.uk 

SAGA CRUISING STAND 2 

Saga's holidays are exclusively for todays over 50's 
and span the entire globe from the UK. Our 
hallmarks of quality, value and excellent service are 
found throughout our holiday range. Come and 
discover Saga's range of holidays and those of our 
sister company, Spirit of Adventure. 
www.saga.co.uk 

SAMPLE THE THAMES STAND 16 

Small, comfortable passenger ship offering day 
excursions from Gravesend/Tilbury to 
Greenwich/London or Southend. Full commentary 
given. Refreshments available, plus fully stocked 
bar. Group lunches arranged, 
www. pri ncess- pocahontas.com 

SIBLU HOLIDAYS - STAND 29A 

DOMAIN DE LITTEAU 

Siblu owns 14 parks located all over France and 
offers luxury mobile home holidays for families. 
Domaine de Litteau is a quiet holiday park located 
in the picturesque Normandy Countryside just 20 
minutes from historic Bayeux and the D-day 
landing beaches. We have a vibrant and 
enthusiastic team on park to welcome our guests 
and provide them with everything they might need 
to enjoy a top class holiday! 
www.siblu.com/france/normandy/ domaine_ 
dejitteau.php 

SILENT EVENTS STAND 17 

See a more unusual side to this unique Georgian 
fortification, in Chatham, built more than 250 years 
ago. Its long military history has given it a 
prominent place in the local folklore. Talk to us 
about this and its military history, and possibly 
arrange a tour. 
www.silentfootsteps.com 

SOUTH QUAY TRAVEL & LEISURE Stand 29 

Established in the Group Travel market for nearly 
20 years offering a personal and efficient service to 
Group Travel Organisers in the planning of their 
holidays, short breaks and cruising. Destinations 
include; UK, Southern Ireland, Europe and all 
worldwide locations. Call 0207 510 2929. 
www.southquaytravel.com 

SWALE TOURISM STAND 33 

Explore Sittingbourne, Faversham and the Isle of 
Sheppey and pick up the new 2008 visitor guide. 
Situated on the outstanding North Kent coast, 
Swale embraces Sittingbourne, Faversham, Isle of 
Sheppey and takes in the rolling North Kent Downs 
too. http://tourism.swale.gov.uk 


SWAN HELLENIC STAND 22 

Our journeys, to some of the world's most exciting 
destinations, promise to be our most comfortable 
and rewarding yet with the addition of new and 
fascinating itineraries to our programme including 
our cruises from Dover, www.swanhellenic.com 

THISTLE HOTELS STAND 55 

Our hotel is located next to famous Brands Hatch 
Circuit. We offer excellent rooms, professional 
meeting facilities and a 2 AA Rosette restaurant. 
While visiting us at the KTL Show we give a deeper 
view into modern service standards. Offers will be 
made for interested clients. Snacks and drinks will 
be provided, www.thistle.co.uk 

THOMAS COOK STAND 4 

With a portfolio of market leading travel brands 
across Europe and North America, we are 
committed to providing the best quality products 
and services to our customers. 
www.thomascookgroup.com 

TRANS EUROPA FERRIES STAND 71 

Visit the Transeuropa Ferries stand at the Kent 
Travel and Leisure show and pick up one of our 
leaflets entitling you to a 10% discount from our 
standard fares. We are the only cross Channel 
passenger ferry service who sail to Belgium from 
Ramsgate and also offer group discounts and a 
loyalty scheme, www.transeuropaferries.com 

TRAVELUX STAND 43 

Travelux is a fiercely independent Travel Agent 
located in Tenterden. For 35 years Travelux has 
been providing quality travel arrangements & 
professional advice to discerning travellers. 
Experienced Travel Consultants & Cruise 
Specialists available to tailor make itineraries. 
www.travelux.co.uk 

VILLAGE HOTELS STAND 15 

Village Hotels & Leisure Clubs is one of the UK's 
fastest growing mid size hotel chains with 20 hotels 
by the end of 2008, 1,988 rooms, conveniently 
located across the UK all of which are situated 
within easy reach of major towns and cities. 
www.village-hotels.co.uk 

VISIT CANTERBURY, WHITSTABLE & STAND 49 
HERNE BAY 

Welcome to the beautiful District of Canterbury 
including Whitstable and Herne Bay. Canterbury's 
skyline dominated by it's stunning Cathedral and 
its abundance of history, culture and architecture. 
Whitstable, where time has miraculously stopped 
and preserved, a multitude of specialist food shops 
rarely seen elsewhere nowadays and Herne Bay's 
splendid seafront, its unspoilt beach and working 
fishing harbour, www.canterbury.co.uk 

VISIT KENT STAND 50 

VisitKent is responsible for developing and 
promoting the £1.8 billion tourism industry in Kent. 
On 29th March VisitKent is running the second Big 
Day Out which is an opportunity for residents of 
Kent to explore the fantastic attractions and little 
gems that are on their doorstep. Over 15,000 
tickets will be available for free online at 
www.visitkent.co.uk from the end of February. 
www.visitkent.co.uk 

VOYAGES OF DISCOVERY STAND 22 

A memorable combination of deserts, dunes and 
walled cities sees Discovery visit the Horn of Africa, 
the Red Sea and cruise on into the Mediterranean 
as she heads home to England. 
www.voyagesofdiscovery.co.uk 

WHITE CLIFFS COUNTRY STAND 34 

Welcome to White Cliffs Country - Dover, Deal and 
Sandwich Unique, Unrivalled and Unforgettable. 
Whether you want to tell the time maritime style at 
the Timeball Tower, go rock-pooling at St. 
Margaret’s Bay or simply walk up on top of the 
cliffs and enjoy the sea air - White Cliffs Country 
has so much to do and see, you’ll want to stay 
longer. T - 01304 205108 . tic@doveruk.com 

LITTLE GEMS AREA 

BENTLEY WILDFOWL & MOTOR MUSEUM 

An extensive Wildfowl Collection, Motor Museum, 
House, Formal gardens, Woodland Activities, 
Playarea, Miniature Railway, craftworkshops and 
Tearooms. See web site for more detail or phone 
01825 840573. www.bentley.org.uk 

BMC TRAVEL CLINIC 

BMC Travel Clinic can supply you with travel health 
advice, the shop has a selection of travel 
accessories e.g. medical kits, water purification, 
insect repellents, mosquito nets & travel adaptors. 
These are also available online. 01233 503666 
www.bmcmedical.co.uk 

DOVER WATERSPORTS 

Providing dinghy sailing, windsurfing, power¬ 
boating and keel-boating tuition. Experience the 
excitement of sea sailing in the safe environment of 
Dover Harbour, www.doverwatersports.com 


FARMING WORLD 

Enjoy the antics of friendly farm animals, meet 
magnificent shire horses, be enthralled by fantastic 
falconry displays. A wonderful day out for all the 
family, www.farming-world.com 

HORIZON SEA SAFARIS 

Horizon Sea Safaris is a family run wildlife boat trip 
company based in the picturesque Royal Harbour 
in Ramsagte. Our boat had been purpose built with 
both safety and comfort in mind. 
www.horizonseasafaris.co.uk 

KENTISH LADY 

Kentish Lady River Cruises licensed bar - 
Washrooms - disabled access 1 hr - 3hr Trips. 
Private Hire - For special occasions with DJ, 
buffet, decorations, champagne, licensed bar. 
Contact - 01622 753740. www.kentishlady.co.uk 

KENT WILDLIFE TRUST 

Founded 50 years ago you are never more than 10 
miles from a Kent Wildlife nature reserve. The Trust 
provides FREE access to its five visitor centres. 
www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk 

QUEX MUSEUM 

Ouex Museum contains world class collections of 
African and Asian natural history as well as one of 
the largest privately-owned collections of cannon 
and weaponry in the country. 
www.quexmuseum.org 

RIVER HILL HOUSE GARDENS 

At the show visitors can expect to receive 
information about our gardens in the form of 
leaflets and photographs. 
www.riverhillgardens.co.uk. 

SHELL GROTTO 

One of the world’s most mysterious places, the 
Grotto is a series of underground passageways 
covered by 2000sqft of shell mosaic.Visit us at the 
Show to find out more and for special offers on 
entry, www.shellgrotto.co.uk 

SHOREHAM AIRCRAFT MUSEUM 

Opened in 1988 and housing hundreds of aviation 
relics excavated over many years from crashed 
Battle of Britain British and German aircraft 
www.shoreham-aircraft-museum.co.uk 

SOUTHEASTERN 

In 2009 Southeastern will bring the UK’s first truly 
high speed service to Kent, offering brand new 
powerful trains and much faster journey times to 
London and beyond. 
www.southeasternrailway.co.uk 

SUSSEX TOP ATTRACTIONS 

We are a 55-strong group of Top Tourist Attractions 
in East and West Sussex, and our brochure gives 
details for all of them, plus an excellent Sussex 
road map. Collect at the 
Show.www.sussextopattractions.co.uk 

TAKE ONE MEDIA 

Displaying eye- catching informative literature in 
the most modern and best positioned display 
stands available. Come in and see us at the Travel 
& Leisure Show, to see how we can help promote 
your business/provide local relevant information. 
www.takeonemedia.co.uk 

THANET GREETERS 

Thanet Greeters is a non-profit making organisation 
enabling visitors to the Isle of Thanet to meet with 
local residents who are both friendly and 
enthusiastic and who are happy to share the area 
they love, www.thanet-greeters.org.uk 

TONBRIDGE CASTLE 

"History comes alive for young and old at 
Tonbridge Castle" Interactive displays and life-size 
figures, special effects and dramatic lighting, a 
vivid recreation of the sights, sounds and 
excitement of 13th Century castle life! 
www.tonbridgecastle.org 

WALK AWHILE 

Discover hidden Kent, its people and their history. 
Take a self-led or guided walking holiday into the 
heart of the Kent countryside. 
www.walkawhile.co.uk 

WEALD & DOWNLAND OPEN AIR MUSEUM 

Home to over 45 rescued historic buildings rebuilt 
in a beautiful 50 acre setting in the South Downs, 
bringing to life the homes, farms and workplaces of 
the south east over the past 500 years. Visit us at 
the Show to discover more, including details for 
group visits - discounts and guided tours available. 
www.wealddown.co.uk 

WILDLIFE HERITAGE FOUNDATION 

A specialist conservation charity where we run a 
breeding centre of excellence and educate visitors 
to our sanctuary on the issues surrounding the 
protection and preservation of the species that we 
work with, www.whf.org.uk 


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