Drunk fined for pub dis­tur­bance

Tastes of Italy go on sale at food mar­ket

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - OPINION -

A TRA­DI­TIONAL Ital­ian food mar­ket will be set up in Ash­ford town cen­tre next Fri­day and Satur­day.

About 20 stalls will be in the Lower High Street, sell­ing a wide range of cheeses and cured meats.

There will also be a se­lec­tion of the clas­sic Tor­rone nougat from Cre­mona, a variety of bis­cuits, cakes and sweets, many types of olive oils and bal­samic vine­gars and a se­lec­tion of olives.

Also on sale will be dif­fer­ent shapes and sizes of pasta, spe­cial­ity breads and a se­lec­tion of fine Ital­ian wines.

The event has been or­gan­ised by the Ash­ford Town Cen­tre Part­ner­ship. A DRUNK from Ash­ford who caused a dis­tur­bance in a pub has been fined.

Mag­is­trates heard that po­lice were called to Thomas In­goldsby in Bur­gate, Can­ter­bury, af­ter com­plaints about the be­hav­iour of 35-year-old Paul Briggs.

He was drunk, had been re­fused any more al­co­hol and was act­ing ag­gres­sively.

Pros­e­cu­tor Teresa Ruiz said that while the po­lice were speak­ing to Briggs, they were sub­jected to “all the usual foul and abu­sive lan­guage”.

Un­em­ployed Briggs, of Beaver Road, Ash­ford, ad­mit­ted be­ing drunk and dis­or­derly.

He was fined £60 plus £60 costs by Can­ter­bury mag­is­trates.

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