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Kent offered loan for development

Kent have been loaned £1.5 million from Canterbury City Council to help fund their ground development.

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England & Wales Cricket Board

Merchant named Groundsman of Year

Matt Merchant from Old Trafford has been named the 2009 Groundsman of the Year by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).

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County news

Lights go out Kent's day/night matches

Kent won't play any one-day matches under floodlights during the 2010 season after twice having matches interrupted by high winds during the last two summers

County cricket

Canterbury feels the crunch

The St Lawrence at Canterbury, the ground on which Colin Cowdrey once wrote that he would choose to spend his last moments on earth, hosts the oldest cricket festival in the country this week

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Kent County Cricket Club

Kent suffer redevelopment delays

Kent's ambitious ground redevelopment plans have been delayed, leading to concerns for the future of the £10million overhaul at the St Lawrence Ground

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Major redevelopment of the St Lawrence Ground

Kent get Canterbury go ahead

Kent's members have voted in favour of plans to substantially redevelop the county's base at Canterbury

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County news

Kent get Canterbury go-ahead

Kent have been given planning permission by the local council for extensive redevelopment of their Canterbury headquarters

October 2006

Sub lime to the ridiculous

After an act of God an act of human expedience threatens the end of the old Kent mode. Ivo Tennant on a financial dilemma not exclusive to Canterbury

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Chairman warns of difficult times

Kent report £300,000 loss

Kent have reported a loss after tax for the year ended October 31, 2005 of £309,998. This compares with a small profit of £5,548 in the previous 12 months