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Sam Lawrie

Sam Lawrie joined the KM Media Group in 2022, working as the Feature Writer for What's On, covering arts and entertainment. Sam previously worked at the Daily Telegraph as part of the Subscriptions team.

21 ways to salute the Queen over the bank holiday weekend

28 May 2022
21 ways to salute the Queen over the bank holiday weekend

We've a bumper list of the best things to do in Kent to celebrate the Queen's Plaitnum Jubilee.

Not long left to nominate your chosen charity for a special award

28 May 2022
Not long left to nominate your chosen charity for a special award

The deadline for the Kent Charity Awards 2022 is fast approaching, so make sure you submit your entries soon.

Kickstart a career in journalism with a KM apprenticeship

27 May 2022
Kickstart a career in journalism with a KM apprenticeship

Become a KentOnline apprentice and discover the exciting world of print, digital, radio and TV broadcasting.

Three huge festivals are coming to Kent for the bank holiday

27 May 2022
Three huge festivals are coming to Kent for the bank holiday

UB40, Judge Jules and 5ive are just some of the artists who will be performing at these incredible concerts.

Classic cars return to country park

25 May 2022
Classic cars return to country park

Discover more than 700 stunning vintage vehicles and live music from ‘00s band Toploader.

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The £4m home with underground swimming pool and steam room

24 May 2022
The £4m home with underground swimming pool and steam room

This seven-bedroom country home has many impressive features - including one hidden below its surface.

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Escape on a short break across the Channel

23 May 2022
Escape on a short break across the Channel

Win an incredible short break to Calais, including a four-star hotel stay and tickets to top attractions, with DFDS.

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Patrick Kielty is walking the borderline in his new show

23 May 2022
Patrick Kielty is walking the borderline in his new show

The comedian and presenter is returning to his satirical stand-up roots with his first live tour in seven years.

Celebrate the bank holiday with a feast fit for royalty

22 May 2022
Celebrate the bank holiday with a feast fit for royalty

Tuck into some of the county’s best dishes as this food and drink festival opens up over the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Weekend.

Kent’s most inspiring teachers are recognised with awards

21 May 2022
Kent’s most inspiring teachers are recognised with awards

The Kent Teacher of the Year Awards celebrated the hard work of dedicated teaching staff from across the county.

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Get your groove on at this funky weekend festival

21 May 2022
Get your groove on at this funky weekend festival

The Soundcrash Funk and Soul Weekender will see legends of funk, soul, disco and acid jazz take to the stage.

Our guide to a marvellous May half term

21 May 2022
Our guide to a marvellous May half term

Whether it's arts and crafts activities, nature trails or wildlife walks, we've got lots of ideas to keep your kids busy this half term.

Sugababes announced as headliners for Pride Festival

20 May 2022
Sugababes announced as headliners for Pride Festival

The Sugababes’ original trio will be bringing all their biggest pop hits to the pride celebrations this summer.

Uncover the secrets of Kent’s rebel poet

20 May 2022
Uncover the secrets of Kent’s rebel poet

The incredible life of wartime poet Siegfried Sassoon is being explored in one of this summer's biggest movies

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We had lunch at all-you-can-eat - despite online reviews

19 May 2022
We had lunch at all-you-can-eat - despite online reviews

This restaurant has racked up over 160 one-star reviews on Tripadvisor - but how did our writer rate it?

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FEASTival set to welcome foodies from across Kent

18 May 2022
FEASTival set to welcome foodies from across Kent

The FreeWheelin FEASTival will be serving unique street food, delicious drinks and artisan produce for the first time since the pandemic.

Stunning Earth art exhibition to open inside historic cathedral

18 May 2022
Stunning Earth art exhibition to open inside historic cathedral

Gaia, the latest breathtaking installation from Luke Jerram, uses NASA imagery and a seven-metre globe to capture our planet from a new perspective.

For sale: the mansion that was home to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

17 May 2022
For sale: the mansion that was home to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

This spectacular Grade II listed property, featuring seven bedrooms and 12 acres of land, was once home to one of the most famous cars in history.

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The mods are coming to town

17 May 2022
The mods are coming to town

Slip into your suit jacket and rev up your scooters as the Mods Mayday concert crash-lands in Kent.

Tuck in! 8 of the best veggie eats in Kent

16 May 2022
Tuck in! 8 of the best veggie eats in Kent

It's National Vegetarian Week, so why not treat yourself to a meat-free meal at one of these top restaurants, cafes and pubs?

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