Terrible accident by tape measure

Images below contain graphic content of injury within the article A local scaffolder from Hoo in Kent, has been signed off from work for the last six weeks, after he was left unable to move his fingers, due to an accident with a tape measure. On Friday 29 January, Harry Sawyer, 20, was taken toContinue reading “Terrible accident by tape measure”

Sledging fun at closed Snow Sports Centre

Locals have entered Chatham Snow Sports Centre during the wintry weather, to sledge on the ski slope – despite it being closed due to the current lockdown. The centre, in Kent, was forced to close again on January, due to the national lockdown and latest government restrictions. However, the site’s closure has not discouraged peopleContinue reading “Sledging fun at closed Snow Sports Centre”

Nightmare for Dream Academy

Many local businesses have struggled during the Covid-19 pandemic. After overcoming the first lockdown they are now trying to climb a second hurdle with how they will return in December, after Covid-19 restrictions are lifted. One of these businesses is Dream Academy, a local performing arts school who are based in 11 locations across Kent.Continue reading “Nightmare for Dream Academy”

Healthy shake or a big mistake?

A company behind a multi-billion pound “nutrition” scheme is under fire over the claims it makes about health benefits and staff claiming they are “health and well-being coaches” despite having no appropriate qualifications. In the last quarter of 2020, Herbalife Nutrition grew approximately 22% – with a net worth of £4.8 billion. On their websiteContinue reading “Healthy shake or a big mistake?”

Lighting up the Banks

Neighbours in Medway set up a festive trail to help people feel some Christmas spirit despite the pandemic – and have raised more than £2,000 for charity. With Covid-19 numbers rising in many areas the government announced the arrival of Tier 4 which placed many areas in the South into the highest category. Christmas forContinue reading “Lighting up the Banks”