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a town in Kent in southeastern England

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Flowers are left at the entrance to the scene around Reed Pond in Canterbury, Kent, following the discovery of two bodies, one believed to be that of missing 17-year-old Hugo Wenn (inset)
The body of Karen Barton, 51, was discovered by dog walkers in Chartham, near Canterbury, Kent, shortly after midnight on Sunday.
Kalia Scarman, 35, drunk a mug of vodka before getting behind the wheel to pick her daughter in Canterbury, Kent, on June 8.
He was employed as a resident boarding assistant and sports coach at St Edmund's School in Canterbury, Kent, in 2005 and applied for a work permit.
The bricklayer, from Woodland Avenue, Canterbury, Kent, was arrested in the hotel by police officers who found him in his room in a drunken state.
Contact B Hunt, 4 Forrester Close, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1DY or at barbara.
His funeral will be held at Barham Crematorium, Canterbury Road, Canterbury, Kent, at 10.
Ms Ferguson was appearing as the Fairy Godmother in a production of Cinderella at a theatre in Canterbury, Kent, when the incident happened.
Roads and footpaths in the centre of Canterbury, Kent, were closed off in the early hours by police called to the scene.
Five adults and three children were taken to hospital suffering burns and shock following the blast which destroyed four flats and a terrace house in Canterbury, Kent,at about 7 last night.
A MAN arrested by police hunting the so-called Trophy Rapist was remanded in custody yesterday at a court in Canterbury, Kent.
Situated near London and various seaports, home to the diocese of Canterbury, Kent proceeded along its own historical trajectory while making essential contributions to England as a whole; moreover, while nor itself uniform from town to town, Kent nevertheless produced--according to one of the book's primary themes--a certain "identity or mythology," which was firmly in place by the mid-seventeenth century.
She lost grip of her friend's arm and instead was left holding on to her hair as she dangled above the A28 near Canterbury, Kent.
Nathaniel, who lives near Canterbury, Kent, took time off only to be threatened with the boot when he returned.
The soldiers, from 5 Scots, The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, used their freedom of Canterbury, Kent, to parade in front of onlookers and delighted family members.