The owners of an independent store in Kent say their shop will rise from the ashes after it was destroyed by a huge blaze.
The Webbs described the loss of their family-run kitchen and cookware shop as being like a death in the family. But they say they will re-open the store, which has had a presence in the town since 1925. Sarah Saunders reports.
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