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All You Need to Know for Friday 17th November
Lots always happening throughout the country and to make it easy here is a quick round up of latest news, events, movies, sport and weather in Kent. Have a good weekend.
Police continue Grenfell investigation as final death toll put at 71.Police will continue their complex investigation into the Grenfell Tower fire, as it was confirmed 71 people including a stillborn baby make up the final death toll.Met Police officers are carrying out one of the force’s largest ever investigations into the fire, which tore through the 24-storey block in west London.A search operation is expected to come to an end in December, but forensic teams believe all victims of the fire have been recovered and identified.As well as 70 adults and children, a baby, Logan Gomes, who was stillborn, has been recorded as a victim..For more on this Full Story KentNews.Co.UK
Ashford: Veteran hurls abuse at Remembrance service volunteers.Police could be asked to patrol Ashford’s Remembrance service next year after an angry veteran hurled a torrent of abuse at volunteers on Sunday.Leaders of the town’s Royal British Legion branch say the man – who was trying to get into the Memorial Gardens through the Church Road gates – called two female marshals “vile names” after they shut the entrance to prevent overcrowding.Police or uniformed service personnel may now be asked to man the gate next year following the incident, which happened just moments before the two-minutes silence at 11am on Sunday..For more on this KentOnline.Co.UK Full Story
Football :Gillingham manager Steve Lovell keen to extend Sean Clare’s loan from Sheffield Wednesday.Gillingham caretaker boss Steve Lovell is keen to see Sean Clare stay for the remainder of the season.Clare has been a hit since joining the Gills on loan from Sheffield Wednesday – initially until January 3.The 21-year-old, signed by former manager Ady Pennock on transfer deadline day, has made 14 appearances for the Gills and his forward-first approach has endeared him to fans and management alike.Lovell knows Clare well, having first coached him as a youngster in the Charlton Athletic academy.
He said: “Sean is having a good run with us and doing well.“If Sheffield Wednesday are OK with (extending the deal) then great. We are pleased to have him here.“He is enjoying his football and he’s a good lad, very professional and a good athlete..Full information Inspire Kent Events for Full Story
Events Coming Up
Fashion show at Romney Marsh Day Centre – Friday 24th November 2017.Fashion show at Romney Marsh Day Centre.Travelling Trends Fashion Show.Clothes, Buy on the night, pay cash/credit card. Book in advance 01797 363888 or in person at the Romney Marsh Day Centre, New Romney Day Centre presents Travelling Trends Fashion Show, High Street clothes, all prices slashed, bargains galore.Entry includes 1st drink and nibbles. Refreshments and snacks available to purchase. Ladies Only. Doors open 6pm, show starts 7pm. For tickets contact 01797 363888 or call in..Full information Inspire Kent Events for Full Story
Whats on at the Movies
The main movie playing across all Kent cinemas this week isMurder on the Orient Express
It scored<strong 58% by Rotten Tomatoes. Read the full review here Full Movie Review on Rotten Tomatoes
Whose Number One in Music Charts this week?
HAVANA – CAMILA CABELLO FT YOUNG THUG
Weather Today and Tomorrow
9 Celsius today peak with chance of sunny, tomorrow should at 8 Celsius peak with chance rain.