All buildings on the University of Kent's Canterbury campus have now reopened following a security alert in the Templeman Library earlier today.
Kent police attended the incident and said:
"Throughout, our main priority and concern was the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff, and visitors to the campus."
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A charity football match will take place in Sittingbourne today to raise money for the Canterbury-based John Graham Trust.
The centre is for adults with learning disabilities to give them the chance to experience outdoor life and healthy living through activities and life skills.
The football match is to raise funds to buy an all weather sports playing surface for the 150 adults with learning difficulties .
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A service for parents who have lost a baby during pregnancy, at birth or in infancy is being held at Canterbury Cathedral today.
It's part of a series of services in cathedrals and minsters across the country.
The Saying Goodbye services have been established by Zoe and Andy Clark-Coates, who have suffered the loss of five babies.
The services aim to remember and acknowledge the lives lost or cut short in a reflective service that is open to people of all faiths or no faith.
The Canterbury service begins at 12.30pm
Kent Police and other emergency services are currently dealing with a serious road traffic collision on the A2050 in Canterbury.
A coach has been involved in a collision with a car and a truck. SECAMB and KFRS are also at the scene.
Road closures are in place on the exit slip for Canterbury from the A2 onto the A2050 and the London Road roundabout near the Victoria Hotel.
Drivers heading into Canterbury are being advised to find an alternative route.