The authority is considering moving to new purpose-built premises.
The broadcaster no longer understands the purpose of comedy, argues Alex Claridge.
An application is going before the council’s planning committee.
Teams from across the UK will be attending the event in Canterbury.
Force holds its largest passing out parade for 20 years.
Alex Claridge reflects on his morning in Canterbury’s biggest pub.
City council announces timetable for first stages of the controversial project.
Twenty lay-outs will be on show.
There are calls for the Chancellor to act to arrest the decline of UK high streets.
If enough money is raised, there will be a switch-on next month.
A Canterbury seat at county hall will be contested next month.
Thieves have been busy breaking into cars.
Alex Claridge has been a journalist for nearly 20 years and won the 2016 Kent Press and Broadcast Award for columnist of the year.
The Canterbury Journal