Three visitor attractions in Kent have been saved from closure following a re-think by the city council.
The Roman Museum, Westgate Tower and Herne Bay Museum were among those at risk as Canterbury City Council looked at ways of saving £3m over two years.
The proposals sparked a public campaign to keep them open, with more than 2,000 people signing an online petition.
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