The Kent high streets booming after Covid – with Rainham, Medway, and Cheriton, Folkestone, seeing footfall soar

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By rgriffiths@thekmgroup.co.uk (Rhys Griffiths) During the tumultuous three years since the emergence of Covid, businesses across the county have faced a series of shocks – from lockdowns and staff shortages, to soaring bills and the cost of living crisis. But some Kent high streets have emerged from the pandemic in rude health, thanks to a surge in people moving from London, along with changes to working patterns and shopping habits, as Rhys Griffiths and Brad Harper report… After a bumper Christmas which saw shoppers queuing out the door and up the street, it is unsurprising to find butche…

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