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Two sisters from Kent are on a mission to help young people cope with physical and mental disabilities via the healing power of their equine pets

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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

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A combination of the frivolous and the serious defines the work of Faversham-based children’s books illustrator Priscilla Lamont

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Folkestone-based Dee Taylor, a fan of film noir, loves the narrative in his art, which references animations such as the Gotham City of Batman comics

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March 2017

He left a stellar career in the navy to head up the top job at Leeds Castle. Kent Life catches up with Sir David Steel 18 months into his role as chief executive

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January 2017

Philip Hesketh, who became Dean at Rochester Cathedral this summer, on hidden treasures, strong communities, a calmer Christmas and a bright future

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December 2016

The Amazing Ollie Onion on the challenges he and his Dad have done to raise money for ellenor’s Children’s Hospice Care at home

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December 2016

Former JLS star turned farmer JB Gill has been busy preparing his produce for the festive trade at his 10-acre smallholding in Westerham. His three rescued pets also play a big part in his life. Words by: Rebecca Durrant. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque

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December 2016

Almost 7,000 visitors descended upon 900-year-old Leeds Castle for the annual Festival of Flowers

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November 2016

A giant poppy will be a focal point of the Remembrance Sunday ceremony planned by Kings Hill Parish Council

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Four Kent crime authors reveal some of their inspirations and writing secrets. Words by: Rachael Hale. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque

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November 2016

Bromley FC Academy footballer Trey Small on his dreams 
of turning professional. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque

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Canterbury artist Germaine Dolan on her love of colour, abstracts and the inspiration of the Sinai desert. Words by Diana Crampton. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque

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