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Let the power of pictures encourage you to do bigger and better things in and around Kent this summer
Royal Warrant-holding glass restorer and chandelier maker Wilkinson PLC on its proud family history
Whether it’s a stately country manor house or seafront hotel, Kent has the perfect venue for your ceremony
Jane Austen, 1775-1817, whose bicentenary we mark this year, has many Kent connections and visited the county and her relatives here throughout her short but hugely significant life
Lighten the load of an expensive wedding by putting your main honeymoon off until you can afford it, and take a ‘mini-moon’ in Kent instead
Kent-based actress Pam Ferris is voicing the part of Grandma in a new adaptation for TV this Christmas of a children’s classic. Words by: Sarah Sturt. Pictures: Channel 4 Television
The skateboarding firefighter from Great British Bake Off reveals how a batch of perfect macarons led to his bid for the baker’s crown.
She has survived cancer and a kidnapping at knife point, appeared in everything from Macbeth to Quadrophenia and Hi-de-Hi! and writes successful crime novels. Meet the unstoppable Linda Regan-Murphy.
After star baker Marie was compared to Rod Stewart this week, we couldn’t help but spot that many of the other contestants shared some spooky similarities with celebrities too…
The star of ‘Vera’ discusses her love for her childhood home of Ramsgate and her enduring work ethic
Kent Life’s chosen charity ellenor gives vital care in all settings for babies, children and adults and it’s reliant on your continuing generosity to be able to continue to help thousands of families facing terminal illness in Kent each year
A giant poppy will be a focal point of the Remembrance Sunday ceremony planned by Kings Hill Parish Council
SERV Kent provides a service that can literally make the difference between life and death and yet receives no government funding and is run entirely by volunteers.
Safer Kent’s director Bryn Price combines a love of sport with a desire to make his adopted county a better place for us all.
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