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Ketchup ice cream 'an acquired taste'

A seaside cafe has shocked customers with ketchup and mushy peas-flavoured ice cream and promises to divide opinion more with a Marmite variety soon.


Kent in all its glory goes on display

A summer campaign featuring images of Kent looking picturesque have gone on display to entice Londoners to visit the county.

Watch The Lion King under the stars

The chance to watch a Disney classic under the stars is coming to towns in Kent.


Scissor Sisters star to DJ at park

Revellers will feel like dancing when Scissor Sisters star Ana Matronic plays a DJ set at a Pride event.


The Hoosiers to headline village fete

Indie band The Hoosiers are set to take a village by storm this summer.

Three-day blues festival to be staged at a Kent farm

The line-up includes Dr Feelgood, King King and Grammy-award winning guitarist Martin Barre.

Celebrate girl power with an all-women fashion event

Indulge a passion for fashion this International Women's Year with a Clothes Show event this weekend.

A Kent castle fit for a Bard

A Kent castle plays host to world class Shakespeare this weekend and a popular annual fun run.

Kent Garden Show set to bloom this weekend

More than 300 exhibitors will be displaying their floral treats at a garden show across the bank holiday weekend.

Get down to Diggerland for half term fun

With 20 rides and drives, Diggerland has an offer you won't want to miss out on this half term holiday.

Top country act The Shires come to the county

They're Britain's most successful country act to date and - fresh from releasing their third album - The Shires are coming to Kent.


Look out - David Walliams' Awful Auntie's coming

BGT's David Walliams' children's book Awful Auntie stage adaptation is coming to Kent, and features a local star.

A castle's right royal wedding treat

A Kent castle with historic royal links will be getting the wedding bunting out and welcoming in those called Harry and Meghan.


Competition to name park's new ride

A competition is being run to name one of Dreamland's new rides, with the winner being among the first to have a go on it.


Peggy Lee tribute cancelled

This afternoon's tribute to sultry singer Peggy Lee at Sittingbourne's Avenue Theatre has been cancelled because of poor ticket sales.

Fly high this half term and bank holiday with events across Kent

From high-flying circus acts to fairytales and storytelling, there's something for everyone this half term and bank holiday. Here's our guide:

Wartime setting for classic fairytale

Award-winning choreographer Matthew Bourne brings his production of Cinderella, set in the Second World War, to the county.

Stepping out: Kent days out with the dog

No-one gets left behind with our guide to exploring the Garden of England with your dog from eating out, nights away and plenty of walks.


Your guide to the royal wedding

Don't miss a moment of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day with this guide on where and how to watch the royal bride and groom tie the knot.


We're going to need bigger buns: Calendar Girls musical will head to Kent

Their tale inspired a book, play, film and now a musical of the same name, with music by Take That's Gary Barlow.

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