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Mon, 11:26

Visitors to Sissinghurst this winter can enoy the bonus of an exhibition of garden, plant and landscape photography

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February 2019

Kent Gardens Trust reveals new discoveries about landscape gardener Humphry Repton’s influence in Kent in his bicentenary year

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February 2019

Originally an elegant Georgian leisure resort, it remains one of our county’s best-regarded towns

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February 2019

Welcome to the second in our series of walking trails written and researched by Discovering Britain. Let’s explore Sandwich

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February 2019

Oozing history and as charming as ever, we take a walk down the medieval streets of Sandwich

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February 2019

Wildlife

Remote Polhill Bank is our oldest and most treasured nature reserve and now you can help secure the future for its precious wildlife

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April 2018
Tuesday, August 1, 2017

If you are planning a staycation this summer, then why not discover the real Kent – unspoilt countryside, coastline and hidden beauty spots?

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July 2017

An historian who wrote a book devoted to dendrology in Britain and Ireland has revisited some of the magnificent specimens to retell their stories

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July 2017

Our parks, public gardens and green spaces are a much-loved part of life in our communities, but with many neglected and underfunded, a movement to mobilise local volunteers has come to the rescue. We meet the groups proving that all an unloved park needs is a few good ‘Friends’

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June 2017
Monday, April 10, 2017

In our fast-moving modern world, it’s good to remember that some aspects of traditional country life have changed very little over the past centuries. We meet the new woodsmen who are making their livings from coppicing Kent’s ancient woodland and keeping traditional crafts alive and kicking. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque

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April 2017

Events

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If you’re wondering what’s on this weekend in Kent, we have picked five exciting events that we’re sure you’ll love!

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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Our selection of top events and diary dates for this month in Kent

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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Our selection of top events and diary dates for this month in Kent

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Friday, November 16, 2018

Wandering through a festive market with mulled wine in hand is one of the pleasures of the season, so we have picked some of Kent’s best Christmas markets to do just that

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The National Trust is gearing up for the festive season and its houses, gardens and shops are already feeling decidedly Christmassy

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November 2018

Walks

Welcome to the second in our series of walking trails written and researched by Discovering Britain. Let’s explore Sandwich

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February 2019
Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Explore the wonderful Faversham with the ‘Footsteps of Romans and Royalty’ walk

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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Counteract all that festive over-indulgence with a winter walk through National Trust-owned Kentish countryside

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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Enjoy a delicious lunch or a few cosy drinks after one of these countryside strolls. Here are five great pub walks in Kent

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Monday, December 3, 2018

This walk is the best way to take in the majestic beauty of the Weald of Kent, linking the North Downs Way at Trottiscliffe with the South Downs Way near to Eastbourne

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