Monthly Archives: January 2015

Show your support for our Sevenoaks Minor Injuries Unit

From: Cllr Merilyn Canet We read scary reports of the difficulties faced by people trying to get treatment, some for minor problems, but needing help. In Sevenoaks we still have a small community Hospital with a Minor Injuries Unit which is … Continue reading

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Learning from the Holocaust

From: Bullion, Alan To: ‘editorial@kosmedia.co.uk’ Subject: Holocaust Memorial Day Dear Sir, Holocaust Memorial Day provides a time for everyone to learn lessons from the Holocaust, Nazi persecution and subsequent genocides and apply them to the present day to create a … Continue reading

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Stuck at Sevenoaks station…

To: editor@sevenoaks-chronicle.co.uk Subject: Train delay info Dear Sir, Tony Clayton and the Sevenoaks Rail Travellers Association are absolutely spot on about giving passengers adequate and timely information. The other day I was stuck on a train at Sevenoaks station, with … Continue reading

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When things go wrong on the railways

  Local Lib Dems are backing calls by Sevenoaks Rail Travellers Association for adequate compensation and better information for passengers. (1)       10% discount as compensation for annual season ticket holders Until a few years ago, annual season ticket holders used to … Continue reading

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Lib Dems pledge to plug the NHS funding gap for local hospitals

The Liberal Democrats have set out plans to plug the NHS funding gap in England by ploughing the proceeds of economic growth into public services. Chancellor George Osborne has pledged an extra £2 billion for the NHS in 2015-16. Labour … Continue reading

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Rural Manifesto for May 2015

Better bus services Improve provisions for rail passengers on Darenth Valley line – better disability access at Bat & Ball and other stations Tackling Rural crime – more police and special constable visibility Providing faster Rural broadband Keep farming and village … Continue reading

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