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Kent Enterprise Trust has been up and running since 1983 and is a charity which helps people get into or back into employment, education or training. The charity works closely with many other local organisations. We have an excellent track record in helping people to develop and grow. We have two sites where we support people – Kent Enterprise House, The Links, Herne Bay and Stream Walk Community Garden, Stream Walk Footpath, Whitstable.

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