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Life on the Home Front

1940s performer Lola Lamour

20 September 2013

Experience life on the Home Front at this year’s Salute to the ’40s at Chatham Historic Dockyard

Time for a tipple

Leas Lift Beer Festival

20 September 2013

Local beers, ciders and wine will be on offer at the second Folkestone Leas Lift Beer Festival of the year

Celebrating Man's Best Friend

Paws in the Park

19 September 2013

Paws in the Park, the UK's largest outside event for working, trained and pet dogs, returns to Kent County Showground this weekend

Gurkhas delight big crowd on Walmer Green

Gurkhas perform on Walmer's memorial bandstand

13 September 2013

There were trumpets, flutes, drums and lots of dancing took over the Deal Memorial Bandstand when the Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas performed.

Celebrating a century of scientific discoveries

A lab at East Malling Research, now known as NIAB EMR, where scientists are developing the next generation of food technology

12 September 2013

East Malling Research is marking its 100th anniversary by opening its doors to the public for the first time in a decade

Model show returns to the county’s skies

Steve and Matt Bishop will be flying their ¼ scale 22kg Red Arrow Hawks

12 September 2013

After a year’s absence, the Southern Model Show makes a welcome return to the county this weekend

Drummer fears downside of bungee jumping

Liam Fackrell beat a dog to death

12 September 2013

A musician will be facing his fears when he takes part in a charity bungee jump this weekend.

Children invited to audition for Kent panto

Samatha Womack who is playing the Good Fairy in Jack and the Beanstalk in Canterbury

10 September 2013

Budding young stars have the chance to work alongside EastEnders actress Samantha Womack in the Christmas panto at Canterbury's Marlowe Theatre

The One Show's Jay Rayner is coming to Kent

Jay Rayner

09 September 2013

Award-winning writer, journalist and broadcaster Jay Rayner will be talking about his latest book

The world on the street

Maidstone Mela

06 September 2013

A feast of music, food and dance with an international flavour will be on offer at the 11th Maidstone Mela

Barrels of fun at beer festival

East Malling Beer and Cider Festival

06 September 2013

Enjoy an unusual tipple or two and some great live music at the 4th East Malling Beer and Cider Festival

Roll with it

Acrojou, who will be performing at Folkestone's Quarterhouse garden party

06 September 2013

Circus and theatre group Acrojou will be rolling their Wheelhouse into Folkestone for a special party this weekend

G-Fest starts on Friday

04 September 2013

The second annual G-Fest music and entertainment festival promises a fun weekend in Garlinge.

Celebrate 200 years of Pride and Prejudice

Keira Knightley as Jane Austen

04 September 2013

The special anniversary is to be marked with a weekend of events at one of Jane Austen’s favourite places, Godmersham Park, near Canterbury

Dionne's Queen of the Castle

28 August 2013

17-year-old singer songwriter Dionne Bromfield, goddaughter of Amy Winehouse, will be headlining a concert at Whitstable Castle this week

Bestselling children's author coming to Bluewater

Author Derek Landy

28 August 2013

Derek Landy will be signing copies of the latest book in his Skulduggery Pleasant series for young people

Cheers for the beers!

Celebrating Kent's hops

28 August 2013

Enjoy a tipple at two special events organised to celebrate Kent's hop heritage

Birthday celebrations at the annual Lotus Festival

Clive Chapman, son of Lotus founder Colin Chapman, driving a Lotus 49B from 1969

22 August 2013

This year's Lotus Festival at Brands Hatch will mark the 50th anniversary of the Lotus Cortina

Enjoy a weekend of cider drinking

More than 50 ciders will be on offer at Brogdale near Faversham

22 August 2013

More than 70 different tipples will be on offer at Brogdale Farm's annual cider festival in Faversham

Bringing Kent's Great War heritage to life

First World War trenches on the Hoo Peninsula taken from the air. Picture: Bryn George

20 August 2013

A project which aims to celebrate Kent's coastal heritage during WWI has been granted a £100k award.

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