Lottery winners from Maidstone who clinched a £1million jackpot in August celebrated their daughter’s first birthday by delivering some Christmas cheer to the neonatal unit where she spent the first two months of her life. Adam and Amy Pryor returned to Tunbridge Wells Hospital 12 months after Charlotte's birth on Thursday to deliver some supplies for patients and staff to ease the strain of the festive period and thank them again for their care last Christmas.
The universities are looking to the government to help fund 100 medical student places to help address a regional shortage of doctorsPlans for a medical school in Kent moved a step closer this week after the county’s two major universities joined forces to submit an ambitious bid for government funding.
The metro-style timetable linking the county town to the capital has been pushed back until December 2019The full introduction of new rail services from Maidstone into central London has been delayed by up to a year, the Whitehall spending watchdog has said. A metro-style timetable linking the county town to the capital was scheduled to be in place by the end of next year, but the National Audit Office (NAO) revealed this has now been pushed back until December 2019.
@BeltransMole23 And even that’s not a guarantee of quality as we’ve seen with Mustafi. Don’t understand it with Chambers especially who has only looked shaky at RB. Can’t remember a single bad game he’s had at CB off the top of my head
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