We’re all familiar with blue plaques, but could Kent Life come up with 10 notable births in our county – avoiding the most obvious ones? See if you agree
It’s the perfect time to get out in the garden and get some motivation. Here is a roundup of all the fun and relaxing activities you can do in your garden.
It’s not all about crossing your legs and humming, you can meditate anywhere and at anytime – even when putting the kettle on.
We may be stuck indoors and the clubs and gyms may be shut for now, but we can all still stay active and healthy.
Bethany School in Kent shares its Philosophy of Learning
Social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t get your much needed Arts fix. You can now enjoy the magic of theatre from the small screen!
From mindfulness and relaxing music, to digital detoxes and body positivity, there is a wealth of great things to immerse yourself in and listen to while working in isolation.
Take a step back in time to the good old days with these vintage videos from around Kent
Meet the winners of Kent Wildlife Trust’s 2019 Wilder Kent photography competition
The vinyl revival is hitting all the right notes for Kent’s music lovers. We speak to some passionate independent record store owners
Love doesn’t always run smoothly, but here are four Kent couples at different stages of their lives and relationships who believe it really is worth fighting for – and celebrating
There will be a year-long programme of events marking the 850th anniversary of the murder of Thomas Becket
A lawyer from Canterbury has launched a new Sunday afternoon tea party for senior citizens in the city who live alone
Kent Life spends a festive morning with Christmas Bake Off star Jane Beedle in her Faversham home
Playing Fairy Goodfeather in Mother Goose at The Marlowe in Canterbury – her first-ever pantomime role – meet Whitstable actor Jenna Russell
Kent Life meets some of the people working hard to save our historic vessels from the scrap heap
A scream pierced the foggy night, then all was silent, save for the sound of scurrying footsteps. Murder had been committed. Dare you read on?
Barn or castle, golf club or famous public school - the choice is endless for couples looking to tie the knot in Kent
Meet the young man determined to take his family’s fruit and cobnut farm into the future
Unveiled at the Turner Contemporary on 10th October, the new note will match the polymer £10 and £5 notes