Another popular pantomime has been forced to postpone this year's shows due to the coronavirus crisis.
Tickets have gone on sale for ice skating this Christmas - and there's a special treat for young skaters who turned 10 this year.
A charity has launched a new festive event in a bid to save Christmas 2020 for families.
A Christmas lights switch-on event will be held virtually with crowds discouraged from gathering to witness the action, it has been announced.
Ongoing uncertainty surrounding Covid-19 has resulted in a popular Christmas event being cancelled.
Business owners have hit out against Kent County Council over plans to shut off a major access route into a town in the lead up to Christmas.
A festive illuminated trail, which is to return for a third year, is proving more popular than ever this year.
You can now book tickets for the chance to meet Santa on board one of the county's heritage railways this winter.
An appeal for unwanted dolls - including those with matted hair and pen tattoos - is to help families already worrying about Christmas after Covid-19.
Pantos and firework displays are collapsing like dominoes amid the pandemic - we look at what events might actually still go ahead this year.
Plans for an annual ice rink have been scrapped by the council as uncertainty over when the coronavirus pandemic will end continues.
A coach company is asking people to nominate their NHS heroes for a free trip to the Bruges Christmas Markets.
The longest-running pantomime production in the county is set for its final, festive curtain call and there's still time to catch some tickets.
Despite an age gap of more than a century, an eight-month-old and her 102-year-old great-great-grandmother have formed a special bond.
Kind-hearted children helped fill a record number of boxes filled with essential items for people with no home of their own.
Restaurants donated food and drink to ensure those on their own weren't left out this Christmas.
A jeweller has introduced a scheme to make sure no Christmas gifts are wasted in the new year.
A Boxing Day Dip will take place at 9.30am instead of 11am tomorrow due to high tide fears.
A recently unearthed letter sent by the great author has thrown doubt on whether Dickens spent his last Christmas meal without a turkey.
From a single mum with five children at home to the soldier suffering PTSD, we've spoken to those who rely on the food bank.
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