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BEACH HUT DAMAGE NEWS SPINNER IMAGE Increased patrols to tackle beach hut break-ins Police and Council officials are stepping up patrols along Folkestone's seafront after reports of break-ins and damage to beach huts. LEAS PAVILION NEWS SPINNER IMAGE Council demands repairs to historic Leas Pavilion Folkestone & Hythe District Council has given the owners of the Leas Pavilion two months to carry out repairs to the listed building - or risk being forced to sell. SPRING PLANTING NEWS SPINNER IMAGE A touch of spring Members of local campaign group, Go Folkestone, helped bring a touch of spring to the town on Friday (1 March). EU FUNDS LOGO NEWS SPINNER IMAGE Grants will help businesses to grow Three quarters of a million pounds is up for grabs for projects aimed at supporting small businesses to grow and expand in Folkestone. TATTOOIST NEWS SPINNER IMAGE Fine for unlicensed tattoo artist A woman who ran an unlicensed tattooing business in Folkestone has been fined following a prosecution by Folkestone & Hythe District Council. FINED NEWS SPINNER IMAGE Fined for failing to respond to council investigation A former kebab shop owner has been fined £750 for failing to co-operate with an investigation by Folkestone & Hythe District Council environmental enforcement staff. PARKING TICKET NEWS SPINNER IMAGE Ignore parking fines at your peril, council warns Drivers who persistently flout parking laws and then ignored the resulting fines are risking their vehicles being clamped and towed away. GENDER PAY GAP NEWS SPINNER IMAGE Council reports reduction in gender pay gap Folkestone & Hythe District Council has published the latest gender pay gap data, showing a reduction in the average pay gap between male and female employees. AREA OFFICERS NEWS SPINNER IMAGE Council's Area Officer team scoop two top awards They have been in post for less than six months, but Folkestone & Hythe District Council's team of Area Officers have already scooped two national awards.
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