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There are fears that the Aldershot Lido could be forced to close despite an increase in the numbers of people using it this year.
It costs Rushmore Borough Council £166,000 a year to maintain - and they say they just can't justify keeping it open.
However supporters say that there was a dramatic increase in people using the facility in 2013 and that the town would lose an important facility were it to close.
Pearly Kings and Queens from London are gathering in Tunbridge Wells for the funeral of Brian Hemsley.
Mr Hemsley, who was from Crowborough, was known as the Pearly King of Tunbridge Wells.
His funeral is taking place at Tunbridge Wells Crematorium.
*A bright yellow McLaren Spyder arrived at Holmesdale Technology College in Snodland to encourage more young people to consider a career in engineering. *
The idea was for engineering students to learn about the job prospects with McLaren and provide them with some work experience.**
Corporal Andrew Garthwaite, who lost his arm whilst serving in Afghanistan, has become the first person in the UK to receive a mind-controlled prosthetic limb.
Andrew has shown off his prosthetic, which was fully funded by the Ministry of Defence, to his peers during his visit to the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre in Headley Court.
Corporal Garthwaite was injured by a rocket propelled grenade on operations in 2010.
But after 18 months of world class rehabilitation, he is now able to control movement of his prosthetic arm with his mind, by focusing his thoughts on the nerves connected to muscles in his chest.
Parts of the region have been covered in fog this morning - creating a hazard for drivers. The Highway Code gives instructions on what road users must do when driving in adverse weather.
The Highway Code guidance states that before entering fog drivers should:
'... check your mirrors then slow down. If the word ‘Fog’ is shown on a roadside signal but the road is clear, be prepared for a bank of fog or drifting patchy fog ahead. Even if it seems to be clearing, you can suddenly find yourself in thick fog.'
Driving more slowly, and with greater care may seem obvious, but there are a few more tips that may be useful. The Basingstoke-based AA have compiled a list of advice for people who may have to drive in fog. Among the tips put forward are:
Familiarise yourself with your front & rear fog lights - know how to switch them on and off
Beware of other drivers not using headlights
Be able to stop within the distance you can see clearly - particularly important on motorways & dual carriageways, as vehicles are travelling faster.
The Duke of Kent has officially opened the Commonwealth War Graves Commission's museum.
HRH unveiled a plaque, inaugurating a new museum area that details the origins and work of the Commission.
The museum is to encourage the public to visit the Commission's headquarters and learn more about the work of the organisation.
Sittingbourne, A249 Maidstone Road: Has now been fully re-opened Northbound. One lane remains closed southbound Keycol Hill to M2 J5.
The search is still on for an Oxford man who has gone missing in Canada.
Tom Billings, who is 22-years old had been exploring North America.
He is thought to have headed out for a hike but failed to return.
His father, Martin Billings, has made an emotional appeal on Canadian television to help try and find his son.
Tom last made contact with his father nearly a month ago.
The A249 is closed both ways due to a serious accident between A2/Sheppey Way (Key Street Roundabout, Rochester) and M2, J5 (Sittingbourne/Stockbury roundabout)