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All You Need to Know for Tuesday 13th February 2018
OK, two days into the working week and plenty happening in Kent as usual. Here is a round up of latest news, sports and events in Kent. Plus for good measure we have included some more interesting information to get you through the day.
Heart attack victim from Sevenoaks meets crews who saved his life.A grandfather from Sevenoaks has been reunited with firefighters and ambulance staff who helped save his life after he suffered a cardiac arrest.Alan Rogers, from Riverhead, collapsed while watching his favourite local team playing an away game at the grounds opposite Paddock Wood fire station.One moment, the 70-year-old was chatting with friends and the next he fell to the ground.But thanks to the combined efforts of the crew, the community and paramedics, he was successfully resuscitated.Firefighters Dave Franks and Dave Turner, who were temporarily located at the station, immediately put in a call to mobilise other crew members, and ran across the field with their medical bags to help..For more on this Full Story KentNews.Co.UK
Volunteering booming at The Woodville, Gravesend.Volunteers love giving their time for free at The Woodville Theatre, Gravesend.From April 2017 to December 2017 the total number of volunteer hours was 3,324 – 610 hours more than for the same period the previous year.The theatre in Wrotham Road has a limit of 50 people it can take on at any one time for volunteering, which has also led to a demand as the waiting list currently stands at 15.Gravesham Council leader, Cllr David Turner, said: “Our volunteers are a key part of the way The Woodville is run. The time they give is very much appreciated and we cannot thank them enough for helping to make The Woodville a great place to visit.”…For more on this KentOnline.Co.UK Full Story
Cricket :Kent Cricket announce fixture at Tunbridge Wells after issues with ground addressed by council.Kent Cricket have announced they will play at The Nevill Ground in Tunbridge Wells in the 2018 season.The club will face Warwickshire in the County Championship from June 20-23 at the ground.It had not been included in the original fixture schedule because of issues with the ground that needed addressing by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.However, Kent have announced the improvements have been successful and the annual festival at the ground will go ahead, subject to the standard ECB pre-match inspections.Kent Cricket interim CEO Ben Green told the club’s website: “We’re delighted to continue our proud tradition of playing cricket at Tunbridge Wells despite all the challenges of playing outground cricket in the current county cricket schedule..Full information Inspire Kent Events for Full Story
Events Coming Up
Wedding Open Day @ Whitstable Castle – Sunday 18 February 2018.Wedding Open Day @ Whitstable Castle.Come and see our beautiful castle set for a wedding ceremony!Come and see the castle set for a wedding ceremony, meet the wedding team and a few recommended local suppliers. Free parking, free entry and free goody bag!A fantastic opportunity to view the Castle setup for a wedding, tour the beautiful landscaped gardens & roof terrace; chat to a few local wedding suppliers and our events team. You will see that Whitstable Castle is the perfect setting for your dream wedding! Free entry & goodie bag!Wedding Suppliers please Contact Tiffany at the Castle on 01227 281726 to book your stand..Full information Inspire Kent Events for Full Story
Whats on at the Movies
The main movie playing across all Kent cinemas this week isFifty Shades Freed
It scored<strong 11% by Rotten Tomatoes. Read the full review here Full Movie Review on Rotten Tomatoes
Whose Number One in Music Charts this week?
GOD’S PLAN – DRAKE
Weather Today and Tomorrow
4 Celsius today peak with chance of rain, tomorrow should at 6 Celsius peak with chance Scattered Showers.