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Destination Kent 2018 to be published before Easter

By KentOnline reporter

A guide to family days out and the best-kept secrets in the county is due to launch before Easter.

Destination Kent will be a glossy magazine and website packed with ideas of things to do and places to stay.

The 2018 edition follows on from the successful launch of the guide last year – and there is still time for businesses to make sure they appear in the comprehensive annual.

The 2018 edition of Destination Kent will be released before Easter

The 2018 edition of Destination Kent will be released before Easter

From campsites to caravan parks and pubs to posh hotels, Destination Kent will reveal where is best to stop off for a break in the county.

It will explore the stunning sandy bays along 350 miles of coastline and detail links to royalty and aristocracy through historic castles and houses.

Alongside a roundup of top attractions, it will also feature hidden gems tucked away off the beaten track.

Available in supermarkets, tourist attractions, hotels, KM offices and outlets across Sussex, Surrey, Essex Cambridgeshire and East Anglia, it will be equally helpful for first time visitors or seasoned inhabitants of the Garden of England.

Neil Webster, commercial director at KM Media Group, which produces Destination Kent, said: “This really is the complete guide to finding the very best things to do in this wonderful county.

“Destination Kent was a huge success after its launch in 2017 and we’re really excited to update the magazine and website with more exciting events and attractions.”

More details can be found at destinationkent.co.uk

Businessses in Kent that would like more information on how to be part of Destination Kent 2018 can email talktome@thekmgroup.co.uk or DM the @KM_Commercial account on Twitter.

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