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Burtons Are Expanding
mywebman
5th April 2017
Burtons have just taken on an extra building in Pattenden Lane, Weald House opposite the entrance to Wheelbarrow Ind Est. Over the last couple of years we have developed two additional strings to our business bow. We now stock and distribute an extensive range of products for canine beauty professionals (dog grooming) as well as an ever growing range of products and feeds for Koi ponds, including ...
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Marden Post Office
mywebman
5th April 2017
On behalf of the Marden Business Forum, we'd like to wish Will & Jill Welby a happy retirement from the Marden Post Office and thank them for all their hard work over the past years. 'Good Luck' to Nav in Crowhurst & Tompsetts (The Premier) in taking it on. Having lost our Bank, it was vital that our Post Office should remain open, it appears to be in safe hands! What will happen to the ...
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Stolen Equipment
mywebman
13th October 2016
Just after midday on the 10th October 2016 a thief took a rental truck owned by Mobitech Lift Trucks from an address in Goudhurst Road, Marden, Kent. Mobitech Lift Trucks are offering a £500 reward to be paid to the person who provides the information that leads to the successful recovery of the equipment. Truck details: 4WD All Terrain forklift Make: Agrimac Model: Th-175c Serial no: 2612A As...
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Medway River Flood Management
mywebman
11th December 2015
Newsletter from Helen Grant MP, Member of Parliament for Maidstone and The Weald It is now almost two years since the floods of Christmas 2013 and in the wake of the dreadful flooding in Cumbria last weekend I thought it might be a good time to review our preparedness for future events here in the constituency of Maidstone & The Weald. I am delivering this letter in hard copy to one randomly...
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Battery Theft – 12 November 2015
mywebman
16th November 2015
There were approx. 12-14 batteries stolen from a business unit in Pattenden Lane yesterday (12th Nov) between 1-2pm.  Two males with baseball caps were seen to take the items.  Vehicle believed to be a Fiat Doblo white van, perhaps someone did take down the number plate? Nicola Morris PCSO Marden & Yalding nicola.morris@kent.pnn.police.uk
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Marden in Bloom – ‘Planting the Seed’!
mywebman
13th November 2015
A group of residents have recently come together to form a ‘Marden in Bloom’ Group which has the endorsement of the Parish Council and whose aim is to enhance the appearance of the village The Group's first step is to become a member of 'Britain in Bloom', an organisation set up by the Royal Horticultural Society who get involved in various projects such as caring for local parks and squares, hel...
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Marden Cubs Need You
mywebman
22nd October 2015
Cub Leaders & Assistants required Our Cub Scout Leader, Matt Causer, has decided to step down from his role at the end of this year. Over the last 9 years he and his assistants have ensured that Cubs have enjoyed a varied, challenging & fun experience with highlights including Shelter building, pond dipping, Chinese cooking, kayaking, wide games, Camps and Water Fun Days. With Matt's immi...
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Marden’s Big Musical Picnic 2015
mywebman
18th May 2015
Marden ‘Big Musical Picnic’ As I am sure you are aware, every year Marden Village has a picnic in the park – on Marden’s Southons Field, which is a cross between a family fun day, a fete and last night of the proms!! Though naturally not in the Royal Albert Hall! It is a charity fundraiser for the Friends of Marden’s Heritage. We raise funds for the History Group and the Heritage Centre, please vi...
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Emergency Road Closures
mywebman
13th May 2015
KENT COUNTY COUNCIL EMERGENCY CLOSURES,VARIOUS ROADS, MAIDSTONE TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF DRIVING Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 – Section 14 (2) as amended by The Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991 Kent County Council gives notice that various roads in Maidstone will be closed to through traffic as per the schedule below. These are necessary for emergencyrepairs to the carriageway....
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