NEWS

Hollyrox, a new vintage clothing shop, opens its doors at the Orchards Shopping Centre from Kent Messenger

Court no-show for Dartford woman over ticket inspector assault from This is Local London

RSPCA warns animal welfare experts are ‘stretched to breaking point’ with the number of horses being abused from Kent Messenger

Pond near The Royal Oak in Bean saved following Dartford council decision from Kent Messenger

Ebbsfleet garden city quango needs CPO powers to speed up housing, says Lord Adonis from Construction News

Man appeals for return of stolen bike after Southfleet shed burglary from News Shopper

Prologis signs build-to-suit agreement for 122,500 sq ft facility at The Bridge from Property Magazine

TWEETS

Some Girl SGIUTKonstage Grab ‘last night’ tickets for @SGIUTKonstage @OrchardTheatre Dartford! http://bit.ly/1d3B3O0  #MusicalTheatre pic.twitter.com/xGi8dJAUIC.

Mfarmersmarket @mfarmersmarket #Dartford Farmers Market this Friday in the High Street, between 10am – 2pm. Local produce available.

Missing Pet Register @petregister Missing! Cat Domestic Short Hair Black http://bit.ly/1fZmUki #Swanscombe #Kent. Pls RT.

S&G Town Council @SGTownCouncil1 Street lighting. If you were not consulted on the KCC scheme and want to make any comments, please let them know: bit.ly/1etu94Q.

SaH&H Parish Council @sahpc1 DBC Deep Clean is in the parish this week until Friday. They will concentrate on excess litter hotspots, plus regular rubbish clearing.

So Let’s Go Running @SoLetsGoRunning Wow, eighty runners last night! Many wearing our #TeamSLGR vests and t-shirts.

Parents Consortium @pchextable Join us 31 March for ‘My son’s not Rainman’, an alternative look at ASD. Call for details 01322 668501, Ext 3.

About the author

Jake Etheridge lives and works in Dartford. He contributes actively to numerous voluntary activities in Dartford including campanology, litter clearance and the restoration of a WW2 airman's grave.

1 comment on “Wednesday 19th March – Dartford News and Tweets”

  1. Jeremy Reply

    Really good to see Hollyrox move into a bricks-and-mortar store. When anyone asks “what happened to the Portas money? “this is one of the answers. A small part of it was used on bursaries to help enterprising young people get on to the market and Holly and Roxanne are not the first to transfer to a fully fledged shop. Good luck to them. The Portas cash was only £80k, which isn’t that much, and I think we are spending it wisely. Particularly pleased with the community shop which is pretty much packed out with clubs and societies holding their meetings in the town centre now and the Dartford Creative arts programme which made the high street really colourful last Autumn. Much more to come.

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