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COVENTRY College moved into second place in Division One after a pulsating final quarter brought an 80-67 home victory over Aylesford Hawks.
The Environment Agency has installed flood risk reduction measures to Aylesford houses.
Lord and Lady Aylesford welcomed guests to Packington Hall in Meriden to help raise awareness of the Heart of England Community Foundation and the Belgrade Theatre's Belgrade Unplugged project.
FIRWOOD Waterloo ladies suffered their first defeat in 18 months to Championship South winners Aylesford Bull - and with it went their chance of the Premiership.
But providing transfer facilities at Aylesford means waste can be assessed and treated on site, or stored, bulked up and transported on larger vehicles to its final destination.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 2, 2012-Mondi and SCA sell Aylesford Newsprint at a loss(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The blaze in Aylesford, Kent, spread to a Carpetright shop and a total of 80 customers were evacuated.
A FORMER Lord Lieutenant of the West Midlands, the Earl of Aylesford, has died at the age of 89.
IN OTHER NEWS: TietoEnator has acquired the entire share capital of Pentec Ltd, Aylesford, Great Britain, Pentec is a provider of IT solutions for the paper and corrugated board industry.
Jonathan Shaw, Labour MP for Chatham and Aylesford, in Kent, claimed that the programme, hosted by Richard Whiteley and Carol Vorderman, had lost more than half its viewers since it was moved from its traditional 4.