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Don't flip out - Pancake Day is on its way

Races, recipes and some tasty facts to tempt you in the run-up to Pancake Day.

M&S planned for new shops

A Marks & Spencer Foodhall is to move into new shop units at a retail park.


Hard work pays off as takeaway reopens

Owners of a town centre takeaway have reopened their business little more than a year after it was destroyed by a fire.

Outraged customers pay more ‘Bucks’ for a coffee

Furious coffee fans feel ripped off after discovering they pay up to 40p more for their caffeine fix than customers at other Starbucks stores in Kent.


Bierkeller to open in town centre

A popular nightclub which closed in 2015 will reopen as a German bierkeller next month.


Dishing up a taste of the Mediterranean in Kent

Italian chef Angelo Napoleone is dishing up a taste of the Mediterranean in the heart of Kent, as he opens his first business venture.


Your ticket to ride, sail and sightsee

From castles to animals and railways to wineries - everyone in Kent has the chance to snap up free tickets for attractions with the Kent Big Weekend.

Kent’s best tables for two

Stuck for Valentine's Days ideas? Here's our guide to some of the best tables, at the best restaurants in the county


Joinery boss turns Caribbean rum king

Becoming a Grenadian rum baron felt like a logical step for an entrepreneur who has refurbished properties for royalty.


A real treat for ale lovers

Some 60 real ales from Kent breweries and independents further afield, will line up at an annual CAMRA festival this weekend.

Sweet success for Louis

An entrepreneurial teenager has taken his sweet treats to be tried and tested at a popular farmers market.


Wine launches with party in Paris

Winemaker Chapel Down marked the launch of its wines in France with an event on the opening night of Paris Fashion Week.

Supper the Scottish way, but with a surprise

Tradition stipulates haggis, whisky and kilts for the Scottish knees-up Burns Night, but one Ashford business has whipped up a surprise ingredient.

Jay's journey to the culinary promised land

Well known food critic Jay Rayner brings his new show the Ten (Food) Commandments to the county.

Locals pull together to save village pub

Villagers have joined forces in an attempt to save their local pub.


Belgian bistro to replace art cafe

A café and gallery is to close after five years making way for a Belgian bistro boasting 50 different beers.


Kent's first cereal cafe to open in a few weeks

New venue will host cereal cafe, boutique cinema, restaurant and hair and nail salon.


A second serving of Kent country pub for husband and wife team

Pub owner and chef Dane Allchorne opens a second foray into the food business with a country pub, The Barrow House.

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