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The AeroSPARX display team will be in action. Picture: Toni Tejon

Air show set to be best yet

Organisers of a popular air show say this year's line-up is their most impressive yet, with more than a dozen jets signed up.

Edge-of-your-seat family fun

The circus will be in Deal, Tunbridge Wells and Folkestone

The world famous Moscow State Circus heads to three Kent towns with its nerve-tingling new show.

Festival will host some of Kent's finest

Riskee and the Ridicule will be at the Create festival Picture: Gary Browne

A music festival comes to a Kent park this weekend with more than 40 bands, DJs and acts from the area.

A weekend of wild adventure

Meet some birds of prey at Betteshanger Park in Deal

Some close encounters of the feathered kind, wild cooking and foraging are all part of a Wild Weekend at a country park in the county.

I'm a Celebrity star touches down

Funnyman Joel Dommett

Comedian Joel Dommett will be swapping the jungle for the Kent coast this weekend

For the love of writing

Keira Knightley as Jane Austen

Go on the trail of author Jane Austen and her family links across Kent during the 200th anniversary of her death.

Relive the miracle of Dunkirk

The film Dunkirk is scheduled to be released on July 21

Immerse yourself in the drama of the Dunkirk evacuation at a pop up exhibition tying in with the summer movie blockbuster.


Kent recognised for fantastic parks with Green Flag Awards

The Green Flag will continue to fly over Whitstable Castle

Nature lovers in Kent are sure to be celebrating today after parks and gardens across the county have been recognised for their excellence.


The Whitstable Oyster Festival returns at a new home

Last year's festival

The world is your oyster this weekend when the annual celebration of the mighty mollusc moves along the coast.

Punk duo to play sell-out set

Former Oakwood Park pupil Laurie Vincent and former Hugh Cristie pupil Isaac Holman of Slaves

Kent's own punk duo Slaves will play a sold-out gig at Dreamland this weekend.

A drink with a view: seaside pubs across Kent

Enjoy a drink right by the sea at The Coastguard, St Margaret's Bay

Here's our pick of seaside pubs across Kent to try, come rain or shine.


Slaves go back to where it all began

Slaves from Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells

Kent punk band Slaves are staging a fifth anniversary gig to mark their first release back where they recorded it in the county.

S Club set to bring it all back

Tina Barrett, Jo O'Meara and Bradley McIntosh are S Club Party. Picture courtesy of Gravesham Borough Council

S Club Party, featuring members of the original line-up, are just one of the headliners at a Kent festival

Summer lovin' across Kent

There were plenty of thrills for young and old alike. Picture: Gary Browne

From battles to board games and beaches and walks to walls of death, dive in to the six-week school summer break with these events across Kent.

Knock yourself out: enjoy some summer cinema under the stars

Catch open air cinema across Kent this summer

Summertime cinema under the stars brought a little bit of 80s pleasure to hundreds, thanks to two enterprising Kent mums.

Life at the coalface

A still from the film, A Century of Coal

A film featuring life on the Kent coalfield and the impact of the closure of the collieries premieres this weekend.

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