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Families living near a Kent nightclub favoured by celebrities and say thumping dance music in the evening is making their lives a misery.<br>The Cave Hotel and Golf Resort in Faversham is a celeb hotspot, with Love Island’s among the trendsetters who use it as a haunt.<br>It is also a popular wedding venue, with a 41-bedroom hotel and an outside bar. <br>But residents in Boughton-under-Blean, half a mile away, say the tranquility of their village life is being ruined, The Sun reports.<br>Neighbours were up in arms when the club reapplied for its licence, while seeking to remove its capacity limit of 160.<br>No fewer than 52 locals sent comments about the application to Swale Borough Council’s licensing committee, which approved the proposal on October 10.<br>Retired scientist John Perfect, 83, said: ‘[The noise] affects a great many people in the village.<br>’They have no peace… It’s particularly bad on Fridays and Saturdays.'<br>’You don’t have to have these events, so loud, so often, with fireworks that disturb so many people and their pets.'<br> Neighbours say late-night ‘throbbing’ from The Cave club in Faversham, popular with partying celebrities and footballers, is keeping them awake<br> Jesy Nelson and Katiue Price are celebrities known to visit The Cave hotel<br>An anonymous resident wrote: ‘My wife and I have been disturbed by the constant thump of bass (not music) across the valley from the Cave.
The idea that they should be able to disturb numerous people over a large area of countryside is not acceptable.'<br>Another stated: ‘Trying to enjoy our garden or sleep with the windows open is impossible and utterly unpleasant. Even watching the TV, we have to endure the background boom of bass.'<br>But not all residents’ comments were negative.<br>One enthusiastic supporter of the club wrote: ‘There are a lot of sad, lazy people who have nothing better to do but try to prevent this license from being issued.
I am a resident of Boughton and have been here for 20 years – I have no objection to this license being issued because I am not a busybody.'<br> Luke Elford, a solicitor with John Gaunt & Partners, argued the case for The Cave’s application, Kent Online reports.<br>’We are applying for a licence that befits the kind of operation we are, which is a hotel and golf resort,’ he said.<br>’It’s not for members of the public to come to Cave Hotel and drink 24 hours a day, seven days a week.'<br> The Cave Hotel and Golf Resort in Faversham is a celeb hotspot, with Love Island’s Jack Fincham among the trendsetters who use it as a haunt.<br> RELATED ARTICLES
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‘In summary what we’re applying for is not a great deal different to what we have now.'<br>Johnathan Callister, CEO and co-owner of The Cave, said that he would limit the noise out oput under the new license.<br>He said: ‘One of our key components to the hotel is that we give people a good night’s sleep.<br>’If you are providing music until one in the morning you will not do that.'<br>Mr Callister added that an emergency number had been set up to raise concerns over noise, and residents had been invited to email his directly with complaints.<br>The licensing sub-committee granted the licence, with fireworks limited to New Year’s Eve, Guy Fawkes Night, and ten optional occasions throughout the year.<br>The Cave also stated it would not play live music after 10pm, daftar judi online24jam so the condition allowing it until 1am was deemed unnecessary and rejected.<br>