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Is your school up to the challenge?

Ben Roddy is an honorary patron of the KM Charity Team.

10 May 2017

Pupils dedicated to eco-friendly travel will take a walk on the wild side this term to win absolutely fabulous prizes.

Still time to sign up for summer fun

The Cornwallis It's a Knockout Challenge will put teams through a dozen foam-filled challenges.

09 May 2017

Fun for all the family at the Cornwallis It’s A Knockout Challenge on Sunday, June 4 so why not book your place today?

Introducing the Year of Walking 2018

09 May 2017

The KM Group has joined forces with the KM Charity Team in taking steps to help families improve their health and wellbeing in 2018 and beyond.

Hundreds march to victory at Buster's Big Bash

Martin Vye of the KM Charity Team starts the Walking Bus record attempt at Buster's Big Bash in Dane John Gardens, Canterbury.

08 May 2017

Families came out in their hundreds to set a new record on Saturday (May 6) for the biggest walking bus to march down a Kent street.

Charity golf day raises £5k for literacy project

The KM Charity Golf Day at Chart Hills was a great success.

05 May 2017

Children’s literacy and road safety projects received a cash boost from teams taking part in the annual KM Charity Golf Day. Sixty golfers raised...

Bumper fun to be had at sold-out Buster’s Big Bash

The 2016 event saw then Lord Mayor of Canterbury Cllr Sally Waters try out the Mini Babybel Space Hoppers.

05 May 2017

Families will enjoy top prizes, storytelling, and exciting activities for children at tomorrow’s free mini festival Buster's Big Bash.

Song contest open for entry

Wincheap Primary School, Canterbury were crowned champions of last year's KM Walk to School Song Contest.

03 May 2017

Top school choirs will get the pop star treatment thanks to the KM Walk to School Song Contest.

Step out for charity this summer

The KM Charity Walk 2017 official launch attended by representatives of Gullands Solicitors, Glosrose, Simply Ice Cream, League of Friends, and Audley Mote Management Ltd at Mote House, Maidstone.

02 May 2017

Join hundreds of participants including families, friends, walking groups - and dogs! - at the highlight of the summer the KM Charity Walk.

One day left to nominate your school for an award

Sarah-Jane Leipnik and Camilla Braybrook of Golding Vision which is backing the Kent Literacy Awards 2017.

30 April 2017

There's still time for staff and families to trumpet their school’s best reading and writing schemes for a Kent Literacy Award by Monday's deadline.

Knockout way to support charity

The Cornwallis It's a Knockout Challenge will put teams of between eight and 10 people through a dozen foam-filled challenges.

29 April 2017

Sign up now for family friendly wacky races, inflatables and foam filled fun at the Cornwallis It’s A Knockout Challenge on Sunday, 4th June.

Champion your school’s top literacy schemes and projects

Kate Rumsby of Beanstalk which is supporting the Kent Literacy Awards 2017.

28 April 2017

A children’s literacy charity has made a final appeal for nominations for the Kent Literacy Awards with just days left before the deadline.

Deadline extended for book review contest

Phil Gallagher (star of CBeebies' Mister Maker) and KM Charity Team mascot Ted the bear.

27 April 2017

Youngsters still have the chance to win top prizes for writing a brilliant book review.

Walk to school scheme steps up activity

The walk to school scheme Walk on Wednesday (Wow) has been reinvented as Active Wow.

26 April 2017

A leading environmental initiative used by 140 schools to tackle child obesity and traffic jams has had a major makeover.

Students take on world’s super bugs

The Graphene Water Filter team from Canterbury High School will be taking part in the KM Bright Spark Awards. Left to right: Auryn Memmott, Jack Wimble-Roberts and Alice Shaw.

25 April 2017

A group of students will showcase their project to tackle super bugs at the exciting dragons’ den style event the KM Bright Spark Awards 2017.


KM Bright Spark Awards open for entry

The formal launch of the KM Bright Spark Awards at Discovery Park. (l-r) Emma Gibbons of BAE, Steve Smith of Astro, Jane Barlow of Benenden Hospital Trust, Robert Crook of Pfizer, Becky Lipscombe of ITL, and Kimberley Anderson of Discovery Park.

24 April 2017

Youngsters with a flair for science have the chance to win £500 at the dragons’ den style event the KM Bright Spark Awards.

Bumper Big Bike Ride

Melanie Rogers and Vattenfall team at the KM Big Bike Ride 2017 where 500 riders took part supporting 60 charities and raising £15K for good causes.

24 April 2017

Event organisers were bowled over by the biggest ever turnout for the KM Big Bike Ride on Sunday (April 23) which raised a bumper £15,000 for charity.

Time’s running out to nominate in Kent Literacy Awards

Leigh Jones and Karen Gray of McCabe Ford Williams which is a key partner of the Kent Literacy Awards 2017.

23 April 2017

Kent business McCabe Ford Williams is counting on families and schools to help develop child literacy across the county while there’s still time.

Moomins snatch victory in tense tiebreak

Rebecca Hadley of Barclays (front centre right) presents The Moomins with the trophy for winning the Canterbury heat of the KM Big Charity Quiz.

22 April 2017

A nail-biting climax to the KM Big Quiz saw just one point separating the top four teams with the Moomins coming out on top in the end.

Enter now for the Perfect Packed Lunch Awards

Overall champ Alex Lycett for last year's Perfect Packed Lunch Awards with his winning artwork.

22 April 2017

Budding young artists have a golden opportunity for their artwork to be displayed at a prestigious Kent art gallery – but they must act fast.

Write a brilliant book review

Phil Gallagher aka Mister Maker from the CBeebies TV show reads to KM Charity Team mascot Ted the bear.

21 April 2017

There’s no time to waste for young bookworms to write a prize-winning book review. The winner will get to meet the star of CBeebies' Mister Maker!

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