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English Wine Week: Kent's top vineyards to visit

English Wine Week: Kent's top vineyards to visit

19 June 2021

Plan a trip to these gorgeous Kent vineyards for amazing scenery and vino.

Pubs to open al fresco dining shacks

Pubs to open al fresco dining shacks

18 June 2021

A pub chain is set to open a series of themed outdoor dining 'shacks' aimed at giving diners a taste of adventure while they are unable to get away.

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When is a village pub not a village pub?

When is a village pub not a village pub?

18 June 2021

Every day's a school day as our Secret Drinker goes in search of the perfect country pub.

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Watery egg on a sitcom set: Is this town's worst fry up?

Watery egg on a sitcom set: Is this town's worst fry up?

17 June 2021

I searched for Tripadvisor's worst-rated eatery and was shocked to find my favourite kebab house – so how does the 'worst breakfast ever' compare?

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Card payments down at supermarket

Card payments down at supermarket

16 June 2021

Customers faced problems paying by card at Sainsbury's supermarkets this lunchtime. More details here:

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Glass milk bottles return to supermarket

Glass milk bottles return to supermarket

16 June 2021

Milk in glass bottles is returning to a supermarket's shelves - but a pint could cost you almost double.

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Plans revealed for 'revolutionary' winery designed by Wembley architect

Plans revealed for 'revolutionary' winery designed by Wembley architect

16 June 2021

Proposals have been unveiled for a multi-million pound winery in the Kent countryside designed by one of the world's most famous architects.

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American diner finally takes first orders

American diner finally takes first orders

15 June 2021

A new US diner has finally opened following a tumultuous, 19-month-long planning struggle.

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Wake up and smell the coffee at this festival

Wake up and smell the coffee at this festival

15 June 2021

A festival devoted to coffee, with a latte art zone and Espresso Martini bar, is coming to the county this summer.

'World's smallest ice cream parlour' to open in phone box

'World's smallest ice cream parlour' to open in phone box

12 June 2021

A tiny ice cream parlour promising massive, Instagram-worthy ice creams is set to launch in an old phone box outside a Wetherspoon pub.

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Claim free Greggs sausage rolls during Euro2020

Claim free Greggs sausage rolls during Euro2020

11 June 2021

It'll be rolls for goals when England kick-off this Sunday, with Greggs offering free sausage rolls for goals scored. Here's how:

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£20 million hotel opens after eight-year project

£20 million hotel opens after eight-year project

11 June 2021

A long-awaited hotel standing six-storeys high and boasting 129 beds has opened its doors to guests for the very first time.

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By Royal appointment: Secret Drinker returns to Sheerness

By Royal appointment: Secret Drinker returns to Sheerness

11 June 2021

They say never go back, but 18 months after one of his most biting reviews, our pub spy returns to the scene of the crime.

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Sneak peek inside pub opening today

Sneak peek inside pub opening today

11 June 2021

A long-vacant drinking spot is set to reopen under a new owner - who says punters can expect a 'welcoming, traditional pub with quirky features'.

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Tickets for foodie festival finally on sale

Tickets for foodie festival finally on sale

09 June 2021

Tickets for chef Tom Kerridge's popular Pub in the Park event, which is now just a few weeks away, have finally gone on sale.

Which Kent gins to pick for World Gin Day

Which Kent gins to pick for World Gin Day

09 June 2021

To celebrate World Gin Day this weekend, we take a look at some of Kent's best gins, and where to taste and buy them.

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Pour your own beers at new sports bar

Pour your own beers at new sports bar

09 June 2021

A bar with self-pour beer booths and sports ultra-HD screens is opening tonight at a leisure complex.

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Blooming June brings a bumper crop

Blooming June brings a bumper crop

07 June 2021

Kent farmers' markets have a bumper crop in June, with strawberries, raspberries and broad beans. Former MasterChef winner Julie Friend tells us more.

Undrinkable: 'The only good thing about the pint? It was served on a beermat'

Undrinkable: 'The only good thing about the pint? It was served on a beermat'

04 June 2021

Our Secret Drinker is left with a bitter taste in his mouth as he heads to a town centre pub.

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'Why I'm ditching McDonald's for my local burger van'

'Why I'm ditching McDonald's for my local burger van'

03 June 2021

As towns are now overloaded with fast-food takeaways, swanky restaurants and cafés, sometimes simple is better...

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