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News Reynolds ban


A WOMAN driver who was stopped in Maidstone with twice the legal limit of alcohol in her body has been banned. Samantha Reynolds (49) of Har- rietsham admitted driving along the Ashford Road on February 16 while over the limit. She was stopped by police in a Citroen C4 and that a breath test showed she had 77mg of alcohol in 100ml of breath, when the legal limit is 35. She banned for 20 months and fined.


Chairman call


A NEW chairman is being sought by Hunton Village Club as Phil Nichols would like to step down. The voluntary position involves


about five hours a month and Phil is happy to continue with much of the work he undertakes at the club and offer support to his successor. Call Phil on 10622 820804 or email pk.nichols@btinternet.com.


Suspect remand


ASUSPECTED jewellery thief from Maidstone will stand trial at the crown court. Shane Dawkins, 55, of Edmett Way, was charged with two counts of receiving stolen jew- ellery and three burglaries in Maid- stone. Dawkins was remanded in custody.


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Plans unveiled for secondary school


PLANS for a secondary school for Maidstone, providing 1,200 places, were shown at a public meeting at Valley Park School. The free school, which would be


run by Valley Invicta Academies Trust (VIAT), is intended to be a cen- tre of excellence for science and tech- nology. It would be built on its land near Vinters Park, with a proposed access road off New Cut Road. The trust, which runs secondary schools Valley Park and Invicta Grammar, as well as four primary schools in the area, first considered plans for the Maidstone School of Science and Technology three years ago. Approval was granted by the Department of Education (DoE) for a free school to open in September. The proposed intakewas 120, but


the datewas put back a year and the DoE asked for the number of pupils to be increased. The school, which will cater for 11


to 18-year-olds, will now open in September 2018, with an intake of 180 pupils. A trust spokesman said: “The school will help to meet the Kent


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County Council predicted shortfall of secondary school places in the area from 2018 onwards. Current plans are that it will be built on the VIAT campus, which houses Valley Park School and Invicta Grammar School. The curriculum will focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM subjects).” The school’s industry partners will include Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, and its proposed international educational partner is the School of Science and Technol- ogy in Singapore. Kent County Council’s education commissioning plan forecasts a sur- plus of year 7 places in Maidstone until September 2018, when there will be a significant deficit. It says:


“We anticipate that the proposed 180 year 7 places at the free school will meet the majority of the forecast de- mand for non-selective places in Maidstone town from 2018-19. However, any further delay in open- ing of the school would lead to a sig- nificant shortfall in places and little time in which to respond.” The trust outlined the proposals at


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