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Children's mystery writer to serve up A Spoonful of Murder

Children's author Robin Stevens will be at Waterstones in Bluewater

07 February 2018

Author of the popular children's book series Murder Most Unladylike, Robin Stevens, will meet fans in Kent.

Get into the groove this weekend

Record fairs are popular

07 February 2018

Take a nostalgic journey and a voyage of discovery through some vinyl - and boost local bands at the same time.

Half term fun - supplied by Mother Nature

06 February 2018

Go wild this February half term with some adventurous activities served up at National Trust properties across the county.

Family frolics this February half term in Kent

Explore at Leeds Castle this half term

03 February 2018

It may be February, but the fun starts starts here with the first school break of the year: here's what's on this half term across Kent.

Strictly Alexandra's Big Day Out in Kent

Alexandra Burke will headline Big Day Out this summer

02 February 2018

A family-friendly music festival has announced its headline acts, which include the most recent Strictly and The X-Factor stars.

'Dark period in history' being retold

02 February 2018

A poignant exhibition has been launched in Kent in memory of people who were killed by Nazis in the Second World War.

Celebrate the ash tree before it's too late, says new project

Affected ash trees on the Kent Downs

01 February 2018

A project aiming to celebrate the ash tree and highlight its plight from a deadly disease has launched its first exhibition.

Scottish brothers take to the road for country music show

Scotsman Rob Ellen, who lives in a Renault camper van converted into a mobile recording studio, and his brother Mark, a Swale councillor and former drummer with Vanity Fare, are in Sheerness promoting a Medicine Show country music revue at the Dancing Dog Saloon,Bobbing on Sunday, February 4.

31 January 2018

Kilt-clad Rob Ellen and his councillor brother Mark are to stage a country music show in a wild west pub in Kent this weekend.


Clean Bandit announced for Neverworld festival

Clean Bandit will headline Neverworld in Kent this summer

31 January 2018

Chart toppers Clean Bandit are set to headline a massive music festival being held in Kent this summer.

Turner Contemporary exhibition to celebrate The Waste Land

Margate's Shelter, part of Journeys with the Waste Land

31 January 2018

The part Kent played in inspiring one of the 20th century’s most important literary works is to be celebrated in a major new exhibition.

Your dream home advice under one roof

Transform your current home or build your own with help from experts at the show at the Kent Event Centre at Detling, Maidstone

30 January 2018

Pick up tips and learn from the experts when it comes to turning your house into your dream home with the Build It Live show.

A unique Valentine’s Day gift that will make a lasting impression

30 January 2018

Sponsored editorial: Say I love you with a unique piece of art

Latest acts announced for Ramblin' Man Fair

Steel Panther will play as special guests at Ramblin' Man Fair in Maidstone this summer

30 January 2018

Riotous rockers Steel Panther, Gun and Chas & Dave are among the big name acts heading for the fourth year of music festival Ramblin' Man Fair.


Company's lips are sealed on secretive beauty product launch

Benefit cosmetics are unveiling a top secret product at Bluewater

30 January 2018

A cosmetic company is staging a "top secret" product launch in the county involving customers trying it out in a spacecraft-style pod.

Singer Paloma Faith to play Forest Live in Kent

Paloma Faith is returning to Bedgebury Pinetum this summer

29 January 2018

She's riding high in the charts and now singer Paloma Faith is set to return to Kent to play a summer gig, three years after her last performance.

A magical night for Harry Potter fans

Daniel Radcliffe as a young Harry Potter Picture: Warner Brothers

29 January 2018

The magic lives on, as Harry Potter fans of all ages celebrate Harry Potter night. Here’s some of the ways you can celebrate across Kent.

Shakespeare's Globe's curtain up in Kent

And they're off! The Chilham Chase will follow the Shakespeare performances Picture: Paul Amos

26 January 2018

Shakespeare's Globe has announced it will launch its international tour in the county.

Town turns over new leaf with first literary festival

Carol Donaldson speaking at last year's WhitLit festival Picture: Chris Davey

25 January 2018

Crime writers, historians, children's authors and a psychogeographer are among the line-up for a town's new literary festival.

Keep your eyes peeled: it's the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch

A blue tit

24 January 2018

Get closer to nature this weekend with the annual Big Garden Birdwatch: our guide to joining in and which birds to look out for.

A town full of memories to share

Sharps toffees

24 January 2018

People with memories of one Kent town's industry in days gone by, or who can share a relative's tales, are being urged to take part in a special day.

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