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Canterbury kids love their city

Canterbury Cabinet Member Cllr Rosemary Doyle meets Green Champions from The Canterbury Primary. L to R: Acacia Young, 10, Kendra Ledner, eight, Thanasis Georgiou, nine, Ashley Barnson, nine.

07 November 2014

Pupils passionate about putting an end to air pollution have put politicians in the hot seat

Golding Homes helps kids to get the reading bug

05 November 2014

Ten schools are being sponsored by Golding Homes to take part in the Buster’s Book Club literacy scheme and get pupils hooked on reading

Santa's Walk to School Challenge Day

The class that is top for green travel at this month's KM Walk to School Challenge Day will win a free visit to meet Santa at Westwood Cross

04 November 2014

The class that is top for green travel tomorrow will win a visit to see Santa at Westwood Cross - and two pupils will get to turn on the Xmas lights!


Fab 50 abseil with cathedral views

 Zoe Moore of Minster, Thanet was part of the Premier Inn team taking part in the KM Abseil Challenge for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

03 November 2014

Fifty abseilers took part in the KM Charity Team’s first challenge event from the top of Canterbury’s new Premier Inn. £5,000 was raised ....

Clearing the air

Cllr Jenny Hollingsbee, Cabinet Member for Communities (centre), joins air pollution expert Wai Tse and Debbie Martin of the KM Charity Team at the launch of the Folkestone and Dover Green Champion event.

03 November 2014

School children attended the launch of a green travel drive to protect the environment and the health of the next generation

Time's running out to enter KM Kent Cooks

2013 Kent Cooks finalist, Amelia Murton, 15, shows Blaze Robson-Davis, 14, and home economics students from Castle Community College one of the dishes she is planning to create for the 2014 competition.

03 November 2014

Youngsters aged five to 18 years have until midnight tomorrow to submit their recipes online for the county's official school cookery contest

New category announced for teacher awards

Prof Richard Whitman announces the University of Kent’s support for a new category at the Kent Teacher of the Year Awards – The Politics and Citizenship Kent Teacher of the Year Award.

31 October 2014

Helping the next generation of decision makers understand how to tackle a major international crisis will be just one of the prizes on offer ...

Pupil power to prevent air pollution

Pupils from various Swale Schools with air polution officer Sue Kennedy and Cllr Mike Whitting at the Swale Green Champions launch at the Swale Borough Council Chambers in Sittingbourne.

31 October 2014

Eco aware school children attended the Swale launch of KM Green Champions to combat traffic congestion and air pollution

Confidence in the kitchen for kids

Sarah Leipnik of Golding Homes, partners for Kent Cooks, the official school cookery competition.

31 October 2014

Golding Homes is backing the county’s official school cookery contest KM Kent Cooks to boost kids’ confidence and creativity in the kitchen

Report praises eco-friendly families

Mark Isom of D Isom Printers Ltd celebrates the launch of the Big Green Footprint report and the opening of the Walk to School Awards for nominations.

30 October 2014

The small army of families walking to school in Kent has created enough carbon savings to power 1,000 homes for a year

Getting kids creative in the kitchen

Daniel Kennedy of Kent Cookery School, partners for KM Kent Cooks, the official school cookery competition.

30 October 2014

Ashford organisation, Kent Cookery School, is supporting the Kent Cooks contest in the hopes of inspiring the young chefs of tomorrow

Youngsters drive green travel scheme

Cllr Michael Claughton at Ashford Council Chamber with youngsters from Victoria Road primary school at the launch of KM Green Champions.

29 October 2014

Pupils put politicians in the hot seat at the launch of a green travel drive to cut air pollution

Grab a pizza the action!

(From left) Cezar Loghin, Joe Singh Johal (franchisee) and Manil Johal (manager) from Pizza Hut, Canterbury, celebrate the restaurant's support of the KM Abseil Challenge which is being staged at Premier Inn on November 1.

29 October 2014

Come and watch 46 brave souls as they make a giant leap for almost 40 good causes at the Canterbury Abseil this Saturday

Do you have what it takes to cook up a storm?

Jessica Pope, 12, and Daniel Martins, 15, prepare their Kent Cooks dishes, watched by pupils at the North School, Ashford.

24 October 2014

There’s still time for wannabe young chefs to show off their culinary skills and have the chance to win amazing prizes

Green travel in the spotlight

Delegates attending the Medway Green Champions launch. Simi Omoni, 10, Lucy Browne, 10, Jamie Lee, 11 and Keira Andrews, 10 of Walderslade Primary School with the panel of experts from Medway Council and KM Charity Team.

24 October 2014

Pupils had the best seats in the house when they went to The Central Theatre for the Medway launch of a green travel drive to cut air pollution

Carefree Kent Cooks

Sales director James Bradley of Strood-based Carefree Communications announces the company's support for Kent Cooks

22 October 2014

Leading telecomms provider Carefree Communications is backing the KM Kent Cooks competition to find the most talented young chefs in the county

Pupils promote green power

Sarah Revell from Maidstone-based Countrystyle Recycling launches the KM Green Champion event in the council chamber in Maidstone with Jasmine Woodridge, eight, David Smith, seven, Mya Riddell, six, and Kenan Minta, four.

22 October 2014

School children are taking the driving seat for KM Green Champions, an eco-friendly travel scheme that aims to cut traffic misery and pollution

Jade's Crossing donates £9k to road safety

Tim Fleck of the Jade Crossing Fund (right) presents Martin Vye of the KM Charity Team with a £9,000 cheque for the KM Walk to School campaign at the KM Charity Team Forum 2014

20 October 2014

Child road safety was in the spotlight when the Jade Crossing Fund announced its closure and a £9,000 donation to the KM Walk to School campaign

Two campaigns to help kids to read with confidence

Formal launch of Buster's Book Club at the KM Charity Team's annual forum at Mercure Great Danes Hotel, Maidstone, with sponsors Nicki Curry (Three R's Teacher Recruitment), Elizabeth Carr (Mini Babybel), Ruth Warren (Specsavers) and Sarah Butler (Orbit South)

20 October 2014

Reading scheme Buster’s Book Club is backing the 'Read On. Get On' child literacy campaign from Beanstalk to boost literacy levels across the county

It's Walk to School month!

Supporters of KM Walk to School cutting the ribbon at Leeds Castle are from left, Libby Lawson (KM) Hannah Lawrence (Leeds Castle), Matt Trusty and David Cavender (Specsavers), Nicholas Brook (Independent Music Productions), Elizabeth Carr (Mini Babybel), and Margaret Brook (Independent Music Productions).

17 October 2014

KM green travel supporters have cut a ribbon to celebrate International Walk to School month and the impact of Walk to School schemes across Kent

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