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We’re moving! Find out how you can contact the Kentish Times series at our new address here

PUBLISHED: 09:25 24 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:25 24 November 2017

The Kentish Times series is moving

The Kentish Times series is moving

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Our address changes on Monday, November 27

As of Monday, please note the contact details for our editorial team will be changing - and you’ll have a new editor.

All the Kentish Times titles produced by our parent company Archant will see our reporters moving from our current office in Ashford, Kent to Archant’s London based in Barking, Essex.

It follows the decision to close our award-winning sister title, Kent on Sunday - the last issue of which is published this weekend.

You’ll still get the same great newspapers - but just make a note of our new details when you want to get in touch.

As of Monday, the new editor will be Lindsay Jones. All editorial correspondence should be sent, with the name of the paper you are trying to contact, to: 7th Floor Maritime House Linton Road , Barking, Essex IG11 8HG.

Alternatively, email us at either feedback@bexleytimes.co.uk, feedback@bromleytimes.co.uk or feedback@gravesendreporter.co.uk.

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