No expense was spared when this Grade II listed mansion, which is now for sale, was renovated - right down to the wine cellar.
Meet the wedding chaperone making the big day even more special for dog-loving couples.
From outdoor trails to diving discoveries and stream trains to white witches - it's all on this half term in Kent. Here's our guide to what's on:
Madness frontman Suggs will be telling tales of his life in the music business at two theatres in Kent.
Snowdrops are set to spring up across the county. We've found seven super spots to spy them in Kent this month...
What are your goals for the year? If getting fit and having something to aim for are part of them, we've found nine ways to get off the mark in 2022.
A show giving inspiration, tips and advice for people wanting to extend and improve their homes or build from scratch comes to the county this week.
This seven-bedroom house is on the market for just under £7m and has a second, four-bedroom home. Here's what you'd get for your money...
You can help wildlife by looking out of your window for an hour this weekend, with the annual garden birds survey, the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch.
Entertainer Julian Clary and actor Matthew Kelly talk touring, lockdown and taking on two of the most coveted actors' roles in theatre here in Kent.
Katherine Jenkins, UB40 and a sparkling LGBT+ event are coming to a Kent park this summer.
An exhibition taking visitors to the seabed to learn more about the Royal Navy's darling HMS Invincible, sunk two centuries ago, is to open in Kent.
Take a look round the most expensive house on the market on Sheppey which would be right at home in Bath, Belgravia or Brighton.
A Kent heritage railway has launched its first Whisky and Steam experiences by joining forces with two South East whisky makers.
Nigel Havers will star in his first Noel Coward show, with his own production company, at a Kent theatre this week.
If your walks need some extra interest, try looking for blue plaques to famous folk near you. We highlight some of the big names remembered in Kent.
The man in charge of a Kent theatre has big plans for its 40th anniversary – and none of them include ugly sisters or magic lamps.
Organisers of an exhibition delving into drawers through the ages, from corsets and knickers to string vests, want your memories to help complete it.
A music festival which should have celebrated its 10th anniversary before the pandemic hit is set to bring live music back to town centre venues.
An exhibition being held at Sir Winston's Churchill's home during the Queen's Platinum Jubilee will explore the special relationship the pair had.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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