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'We knew how important it was, even then'

'We knew how important it was, even then'

06 June 2019

A 93-year-old veteran recalls his memories of the Normandy landings on the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

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Why has no one adopted this dog?

Why has no one adopted this dog?

31 May 2019

A "lovely and playful" dog that had to have a leg amputated is in desperate need of a home.

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Fundraising in Matt's memory continues four years after Nepal earthquake

Fundraising in Matt's memory continues four years after Nepal earthquake

30 May 2019

Family and friends of the only British man to die in the 2015 Nepal earthquake are raising money in his memory.

Race hate crimes on children at three-year high

Race hate crimes on children at three-year high

30 May 2019

More than 300 race hate offences were committed against children in Kent, according to the latest figures.

Toddlers brighten up new coffee morning

Toddlers brighten up new coffee morning

27 May 2019

Toddlers surprised elderly people at a new coffee morning.

Law firms back charity will campaign

Law firms back charity will campaign

24 May 2019

A military charity is being backed by five law firms in a campaign to promoting the importance of having a will.

Bride-to-be asks for donations in ex's memory

Bride-to-be asks for donations in ex's memory

23 May 2019

A couple is asking for donations instead of wedding gifts, in memory of one of their former partners.

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Piers Morgan donates £1,000 after Big Ben costume found

Piers Morgan donates £1,000 after Big Ben costume found

14 May 2019

Presenter and former editor Piers Morgan has stayed true to his word and donated £1,000 to a marathon runner.

Thousands raised in memory of 'loving family man'

Thousands raised in memory of 'loving family man'

12 May 2019

A fundraiser has been set up in memory of a "loving family man" to build his family their dream home.

'Without the surgery she will die'

'Without the surgery she will die'

12 May 2019

Parents of a teenager suffering from a rare illness are fighting to get her the operation she needs to survive.

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Hundreds raised after house fire

Hundreds raised after house fire

12 May 2019

A fundraiser to help a man whose home was destroyed in a fire has been set up by villagers.

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Top marks for Kent teachers

Top marks for Kent teachers

11 May 2019

The KM Charity team announced the winners of the annual Kent Teacher of the Year Awards.

Dad's trek to buy equipment that saved daughter's life

Dad's trek to buy equipment that saved daughter's life

09 May 2019

The father of a girl saved from death with a pioneering brain surgery technique is walking through the night.

Villagers who bought back pub celebrate Lotto grant

Villagers who bought back pub celebrate Lotto grant

09 May 2019

A community which clubbed together to buy back their local pub is celebrating a new £10,000 grant which will help build a disabled toilet.

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Campaign launched to stop child sex abuse images

Campaign launched to stop child sex abuse images

02 May 2019

Police across the South East will now work with a child protection charity in a bid to reduce the number of child sex abuse images shared online.

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Big Ben costume runner describes 'mental' press attention

Big Ben costume runner describes 'mental' press attention

01 May 2019

A marathon runner has spoken of being thrust into the limelight thanks to his oversized costume, which was later stolen.

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School's sleepout raises £13k for homeless

School's sleepout raises £13k for homeless

30 April 2019

A Kent school's annual sleepout in aid of homelessness has raised a staggering £13,000 with donations still pouring in.

Bus to help revellers turns 10

Bus to help revellers turns 10

30 April 2019

A charity providing medical support to drunken revellers has renamed its iconic bus in memory of its founder.

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Mum who had eye removed raises cancer cash

Mum who had eye removed raises cancer cash

30 April 2019

A cancer survivor keen to remind others that looks are "very temporary" has raised money for Cancer Research after shaving her hair off.

Barber's pledge to match RNLI donations

Barber's pledge to match RNLI donations

29 April 2019

A barber in Kent has pledged to match all RNLI 5p pot donations made at his shop during the charity's May Day appeal.

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