Project Kent will welcome all local people, communities, charities and groups to nominate a project they need help getting off the ground, completing, funding or making better.
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To get involved all you need to do is head to uk and click Project Kent.
Then simply fill out the form with all the details and up to three projects.
The town was recorded in the Domesday Book 1087 as Tonebrige, which may indicate a bridge belonging to the estate or manor (from the Old English tun), or alternatively a bridge belonging to Tunna, a common Anglo-Saxon man's name.
Another theory suggests that the name is a contraction of "town of bridges", due to the large number of streams the High Street originally crossed.
The successful nominations will be announced live on kmfm breakfast with Garry and Laura at 8am on Monday, July 17.
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It is the Ashford region of the KMFM radio network (owned by the KM Group), containing local advertisements and sponsorships for the area amongst a countywide schedule of programming.
A radio station for Ashford was considered in 2001 by the Radio Authority as Ashford was the only borough in East Kent not to be granted a licence in the mid-1990s, but the applications for the Ashford licence were not advertised by Ofcom until July 2004, with six companies making the final shortlist.
This decision caused a High Court Challenge by rival bidder A-Ten FM, with the chairman claiming "Ofcom have failed in their principal duty to encourage competition and diversity of choice for listeners.