Archaeologists and volunteers in Folkestone have unearthed an ancient watercourse, said in legend to have have been created by an Anglo-Saxon Princess.
The engineering was so complex people believed the 7th century Princess had performed a miracle because the water appeared to flow uphill.
The water travelled for two miles towards St Eanswythe's convent in the heart of the town.
The water-course provided Folkestone with water for centuries and is believed to be one of the reasons the town was situated there.
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To save a historic tourist attraction in Kent diners are being given the chance to donate with their meals. The Victorian era Leas Lift in Folkestone was closed down last year until new safety systems can be installed.
During September a crowd funding campaign is giving people the chance to help re-open the lifts, by adding a donation to their restaurant bill in the town.
Built in 1885, the water balance lift at Folkestone is one of the last of it's kind in the country. The Victorian era lift was forced to close down last year, when health and safety rules dictated that it needed a second brake system.
Campaigners need to raise half a million pound to re-open the lift. The money will pay to restore it to it's Victorian glory, get it in line with current safety legislation and pay to keep it running for the first year.
Our goal is to get the lift back in operation and in future deliver something even more fabulous to Folkestone
To find out more or donate you can visit the Leas Lift page
A 23-year-old man arrested in connection with the shooting of a pub landlord in Kent has now been released from bail.
Fifty-eight-year-old Joe Daniels was shot at the Red Cow Pub in Foord Road, Folkestone, on Wednesday 22nd November 2017. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The 23-year-old man in question remains under investigation.
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It's been ten years since the high speed line between Folkestone and London St Pancras was completed.
But it was talked about for 30 years before it was built. And one of the biggest sticking points was the route it should take.
There were several different options proposed over the years - through Sussex as well as Kent.
Abigail Bracken's been looking back at the rows over the route. Her report includes interviews Charing Parish Council's Cllr Tylden Reed and the former Conservative MP for Maidstone and the Weald, Ann Widdecombe.
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a car smashed through a Tesco store in Folkestone during a robbery early this morning.
Officers received reports that a car had been used to force entry to a shop in Foord Road around 6am.
A quantity of cash is reported to have been stolen.
No arrests have been made, and enquiries are ongoing.
Three further arrests have been made in connection with the death of a man in Folkestone.
54 year old Steve Holton, was found with serious injuries near the harbour wall on Saturday.
A 28-year-old man, a 24-year-old woman and a 25-year-old man are all currently in custody as part of an investigation by the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate.
They are all from the Folkestone area.
A total of seven arrests have now been made in connection with the incident.
Two people have been released pending further enquiries while the other five all remain in custody.
Anyone with information is urged to call 101 quoting reference ZY/39012/17.
Alternatively contact Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.