Teams and individuals from all over Kent gathered at Hempstead House hotel and spa in Bapchild for the Kent Volunteering Awards
While the magic money tree’s existence may be doubted, some stunning sunflowers have won a Kent secondary school £500 in free training.
Young winners of green-travel and literacy challenges enjoyed a celebratory event at Leeds Castle yesterday.
Some of Kent’s best young trainee cooks provided a taste of feasts to come during the final of a Masterchef-style competition last week.
One of the judges of a schools environmental awards scheme has praised their ability to make tangible unseen threats to children’s wellbeing.
It’s a case of green is good but multi-coloured is better at a fun family challenge event taking place next month.
Cyclists of all abilities are invited to raise money for good causes while promoting a cleaner, greener planet at the KM Big Bike Ride.
Time is running out to register a table for the KM Big Charity Quiz.
Two charities providing support for people affected by multiple sclerosis are seeking teams for the KM Assault Course.
Shoppers in Medway can support young readers this spring just by dropping a token into a box.
The unsung heroes of the district’s voluntary sector gathered last night for the inaugural Thanet Community Awards.
A veteran of two Kent Michelin-starred restaurants will be masterminding the food at the Thanet Community Awards ceremony.
Time is fast running out to register for dare-devil Guy Fawkes event Buster’s Charity Firewalk.
Time is running out for 2019 KM Group Charity of the Year applications.
A primary school is celebrating its stunning success in a pair of environmental initiatives.
It’s not just the winning charities that will be celebrating at the Thanet Community Awards.
A stunning hotel with a unique mandate for creating hospitality-sector talent has been chosen as the venue of the Thanet Community Awards.
A Medway primary hopes to experience a green travel spike or two by taking on walk to school challenge Hedgehog Hikers.
A primary pupil has his eyes on a full-time job at Diggerland after enjoying a prize day behind the wheel at the leisure attraction.
Secondary school pupils keen to enter a cookery contest needn’t worry about the competition leaving them with too many pots on the hob.
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