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Mass dog walks to be held in memory of Julia

Mass dog walks to be held in memory of Julia

11 May 2021

Walks will be held at locations across the country in memory of much-loved mum and PCSO Julia James - as an investigation into her murder continues.

Family sing about takeaways in latest lockdown spoof

Family sing about takeaways in latest lockdown spoof

19 February 2021

A musical Kent family have released a pandemic-themed rendition of The Lion Sleeps Tonight in which they sing about lazy lockdown eating habits.

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Gran makes hundreds of decorations to create 'tree of hope'

Gran makes hundreds of decorations to create 'tree of hope'

16 February 2021

A grandmother-of-six has spent the last year decorating a magnolia tree in her front garden to help lift people's spirits.

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Dad creates 'dummy tree' in the woods

Dad creates 'dummy tree' in the woods

17 January 2021

A dad has created a 'dummy tree' in the woods as a way of encouraging children to part with their dummies.

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Bikers' bid to spread festive joy to poorly children

Bikers' bid to spread festive joy to poorly children

18 November 2020

As a Christmas toy run has been cancelled due to the pandemic, organisers are appealing for donations so they can still send gifts to ill children.

The 'lockdown snake' that brought a village together

The 'lockdown snake' that brought a village together

25 September 2020

An artwork made of hundreds of pebbles decorated by villagers during the lockdown has been turned into a permanent memorial to mark the pandemic.

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Town's plan for alternative Christmas lights switch-on

Town's plan for alternative Christmas lights switch-on

23 September 2020

An alternative Christmas lights event will allow people to mark the start of the festive season from the safety of their own gardens.

First performance at theatre since lockdown

First performance at theatre since lockdown

04 September 2020

Kent's biggest theatre has opened its doors to audiences for the first time since March.

Arts festival set to go ahead despite pandemic

Arts festival set to go ahead despite pandemic

13 August 2020

Organisers behind Kent's international arts festival say the event will still be going ahead this autumn despite the coronavirus crisis.

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Cathedral to reopen - but no singing allowed

Cathedral to reopen - but no singing allowed

03 July 2020

Archbishop Justin Welby will be leading the first service at Canterbury Cathedral as it reopens with stringent social distancing measures in place.

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Football club launch giant beer garden

Football club launch giant beer garden

03 July 2020

A football club hit with financial losses during the Covid19 pandemic have transformed their home ground into Kent's 'biggest beer garden'.

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Kent's best riverside pub walks

Kent's best riverside pub walks

23 June 2020

As drinking spots are finally set to reopen, we've pulled together some of the county's finest riverside pub walks.

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Doorstep photos capture family life on lockdown

Doorstep photos capture family life on lockdown

04 June 2020

A photographer gives a glimpse into family life on lockdown with a series of heart-warming “doorstep portraits”.

Free driving lessons for care workers

Free driving lessons for care workers

01 June 2020

A driving school is offering free driving lessons as a way of thanking care workers for their efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Celebrities' lockdown messages for Kent nursery children

Celebrities' lockdown messages for Kent nursery children

26 May 2020

Famous faces have delighted youngsters at a Kent nursery by recording special lockdown messages.

Wellbeing packages delivered to children

Wellbeing packages delivered to children

16 May 2020

More than 80 wellbeing packages have been delivered to young people to help them stay positive during lockdown.

Midwife's Greatest Showman parody goes viral

Midwife's Greatest Showman parody goes viral

13 May 2020

A midwife who recorded a Covid-19 parody version of a hit song says she is delighted after it received 10,000 views.

Boy's drawing to feature on Kent ambulances

Boy's drawing to feature on Kent ambulances

11 May 2020

A 10-year-old boy will have his drawing feature on the side of ambulances across Kent.

Man uses £1,700 of his own money to help community

Man uses £1,700 of his own money to help community

11 May 2020

An engineer is buying and delivering food parcels for those struggling to get by.

Lockdown hit raises hundreds

Lockdown hit raises hundreds

08 May 2020

A Kent duo has assembled 40 musicians from across the county and globe to promote unity.

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