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ALL SET FOR LOUNGE ON THE FARM

Music fans will be flocking to Lounge on the Farm for the most Kentish of festivals this weekend. Catch up with the headline acts - and a few of the rising stars you won't want to miss.

We also look a head to a royal visit as part of the First World War commemorative events, something new at the Whitstable Oyster Festival and find out about local lad Shaun Williamson's latest play. Plus if it does happen to rain on your parade this weekend - don't worry we've got it covered with our Rainy Days Activity Guide.

PLUS here's what we are giving away this week

VIP tickets to kmfm Ladies Day at Canterbury Cricket Week

An exclusive Faversham Hop Festival experience - with hotel stay

A luxury night away for two on the South Coast

10 pairs of tickets to Feast - Kent's newest food and drink extravaganza

A Canoe Wild experiences in the heart of the county

Recipe of the Week

Forget fancy terrines and delicate jus, if you want to impress TV chef Tony Singh, just heat up some baked beans and offer him some sparkling company. While the Scottish chef, one half of BBC Two's The Incredible Spice Men, has tucked into some of the finest food in the world, for him, fancy fodder is nothing without good people to enjoy it with. "Food is half of a good meal," explains the Scottish chef. "You could have a basic cheese sandwich or a roast chicken which is a little bit dry, but if you're in the right company, who cares?" If you fancy finding out if Tony is right, here's a brilliant recipe from his new book Tasty...