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Line-up announced for Music on the Farm

Line-up announced for Music on the Farm

15 May 2021

A music festival returns to the Kent countryside with a strong line-up promising a great day out for families.

New format for out-of-lockdown exhibitions

New format for out-of-lockdown exhibitions

14 May 2021

Marsh views seen on the way home merge under one roof with specially loaned work from the estates of two late artists on display at one Kent gallery.

Smelly loos, hit and miss booze - but the girl's a star

Smelly loos, hit and miss booze - but the girl's a star

14 May 2021

The Elephant is a bit of a grey area for Secret Drinker - but it's a big up to the multi-tusking hostess

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Welcome back inside

Welcome back inside

14 May 2021

Kent's attractions are ready to welcome visitors inside again next week. From castles to clip 'n' climb centres and cinemas, here's what's reopening.

Line-up revealed for Deal Festival

Line-up revealed for Deal Festival

13 May 2021

A popular 16-day music and arts festival will celebrate women in the arts as it returns to Kent post-lockdown.

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Taste of Kent Awards 2021: Winners revealed

Taste of Kent Awards 2021: Winners revealed

12 May 2021

During a virtual live ceremony on Tuesday night, the winners of this year's Taste of Kent Awards were unveiled.

A rare find: Kent's poshest PYO

A rare find: Kent's poshest PYO

12 May 2021

Kent's PYO asparagus farm is so rare, people come from far and wide to pick theirs. But they only have until Midsummer's Eve to do it. We took a look:

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Get ready to rock out

Get ready to rock out

11 May 2021

The smash hit tour of the School of Rock musical, with songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber, is coming to a Kent theatre next year.

'Patience' urged over refunds for cancelled music festival

'Patience' urged over refunds for cancelled music festival

11 May 2021

Music fans are being urged to be patient as they seek refunds for tickets to a classic rock festival which was due to take place this summer.

Paddle boarding business opens on unexplored stretch of river

Paddle boarding business opens on unexplored stretch of river

11 May 2021

A new paddle boarding community designed to bring physical and mental health benefits to those looking to learn a new skill has arrived in Kent.

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Rooms with a view for £800k

Rooms with a view for £800k

11 May 2021

House hunters can take in the sea air with these high-spec two & three-bedroom new homes by the coast - but the price tag could take your breath away.

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Ramblin' Man Fair scrapped for second summer

Ramblin' Man Fair scrapped for second summer

10 May 2021

A classic rock festival has been cancelled for the second summer running as live events continue to fall foul of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Here's how you can win a new 50 inch TV

Here's how you can win a new 50 inch TV

10 May 2021

We've teamed up with a top Kent hotel to give away a £2,000 prize package which includes taking home a brand new 50 inch Smart TV. Find out more here:

Me and My Pet: 'It sounds silly but they are actually my little best mates'

Me and My Pet: 'It sounds silly but they are actually my little best mates'

10 May 2021

kmfm DJ Laura Crockett tells us all about her cockapoos Betty and Barney in our new weekly pets column.

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Rekindle summer vibes with your family tribe

Rekindle summer vibes with your family tribe

10 May 2021

Organisers of the Neverworld festival have unveiled the smaller family festival weekend on offer in a Kent woodland this summer.

What you can watch at cinemas from May 17

What you can watch at cinemas from May 17

07 May 2021

Cinemas are set to reopen on May 17, but with a pandemic-induced blockbuster drought what exactly can you see?

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Secret wedding witnesses sought by festival organisers

Secret wedding witnesses sought by festival organisers

07 May 2021

The few people in on a celebrity's secret wedding in Kent back in the 60s are being sought for a festival which will celebrate the event next month.

You couldn't make it up: Lamb pie's the special but the barman's mutton

You couldn't make it up: Lamb pie's the special but the barman's mutton

07 May 2021

Secret Drinker heads to a seaside pub packing 400 years of history.

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Kent County Show replacement event announced

Kent County Show replacement event announced

06 May 2021

A 'scaled back' version of the Kent County Show is set to be held this July, organisers have confirmed.

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The shows Kent's theatres will have for curtain up

The shows Kent's theatres will have for curtain up

06 May 2021

As the county's theatres prepare for curtain up once again, we take a look at their reopening dates and what live shows they will have for audiences.

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