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Seven sets of twins start at one school

28 October 2015
Seven sets of twins start at one school

Teachers at a Kent primary are facing double maths as a record number of twins start at the small school.

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Couple fined for dropping cherry stones

01 October 2015
Couple fined for dropping cherry stones

A couple say they were left "terrified" when heavy-handed litter wardens slapped them with fines of £160 - for dropping a handful of cherry pits.

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Bach to Baby: Classical concerts for the kids

18 April 2015
Bach to Baby: Classical concerts for the kids

Babes bopping in the aisles and tots miming to Mozart - a new series of concerts is attracting a whole new generation to classical music.

Beautiful gardens thrown open for charity

16 April 2015
Beautiful gardens thrown open for charity

Open gardens for the Heart of Kent Hospice range from grand 18th century landscaped grounds to a safari of village gardens.

Toys, silverware and sculpture show

16 April 2015
Toys, silverware and sculpture show

Craft is in focus at an exhibition that offers chance to buy unique products from local creatives.

TV historian talks on 'architectural wonders'

16 April 2015
TV historian talks on 'architectural wonders'

Dan Cruickshank visits seaside Kent to share his knowledge on ornate buildings around the world.

Confessions of a movie icon

07 April 2015
Confessions of a movie icon

Joe DiMaggio, Clark Gable and Arthur Miller all play a part in the new stage show based on the life and loves of actress Marilyn Monroe

Stars come out for charity fundraiser

19 March 2015
Stars come out for charity fundraiser

Twist and Pulse, Bobby Davro, Stavros Flatley and Gareth Gates are among the stars lining up to appear in a charity gala in Kent this weekend.

Turning the pages of history

12 March 2015
Turning the pages of history

A gripping new adaptation of the Diary of Anne Frank comes to the Kent stage this weekend to recall one darkest times of the 20th century.

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American classic returns

25 February 2015
American classic returns

Greatest novel of the 20th century, To Kill A Mockingbird, on stage at the Dartford Orchard Theatre stage

Broadchurch barrister’s award-nominated play

25 February 2015
Broadchurch barrister’s award-nominated play

Olivier Award-nominated show Fleabag is coming to a Kent theatre this week.

Folk is all at sea this weekend

25 February 2015
Folk is all at sea this weekend

Walmer's Lighthouse venue hosts three consecutive days of live music

Rising star shines new light on a classic

19 February 2015
Rising star shines new light on a classic

Film star Dakota Blue Richards appears in a revival of Tom Stoppard’s award-winning comedy Arcadia

Relive the moves of Baby and Johnny

19 February 2015
Relive the moves of Baby and Johnny

Dance movie tribute show, A Night of Dirty Dancing, coming up at three different Kent theatres

Vintage entertainment from the Decibelles

18 February 2015
Vintage entertainment from the Decibelles

A three piece a capella girl band with a difference are ready to play their first Kent show

Home is where the heart (and soul is) for Noel McCalla

11 February 2015
Home is where the heart (and soul is) for Noel McCalla

See the former Manfred Mann’s Earth Band singer back on his home patch this weekend.

The return of the hard-hitting classic that shaped modern dance

11 February 2015
The return of the hard-hitting classic that shaped modern dance

Thirty years after its groundbreaking release, What The Body Does Not Remember is back - and it's as every bit as brutal and confrontational.

Not so nasty after all!

20 December 2014
Not so nasty after all!

TV badboy John "Nasty Nick" Altman has offered to fund a rebuild of a Kent town's pier... but only if he wins a part in a Hollywood blockbuster.

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Steps being taken to improve school after damning Ofsted report

02 December 2014
 Steps being taken to improve school after damning Ofsted report

A senior partnership has been launched to address failings at The Charles Dickens School, Broadstairs, identified in a damning Ofsted report

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Mum's miracle baby after stroke aged 8

17 November 2014
Mum's miracle baby after stroke aged 8

A woman who was told by medics she would never have children following a stroke aged eight has defied the odds to give birth to a beautiful baby girl.

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