It may be midsummer, but highlights of a Christmas light trail which had to be cancelled mid-run last year, have been revealed as tickets are on sale.
We aren't even out of May yet organisations are already issuing invitations to Christmas events still seven months away. Is this a record?
The Polar Express Train Ride, based on the popular children's story, is pulling into Kent this Christmas. Here's how to get your golden tickets:
Customers say they have still not received refunds from a Winter Wonderland of woe which caused traffic chaos in Kent.
A mean-spirited vandal has left families scratching their heads after snipping outdoor Christmas lights using wire-cutters in the dead of night.
A secret guerilla knitter has put his or her stamp on a village by decorating a bright red pillar box.
Two train companies worked late into the night on Christmas Eve to deliver food to stranded lorry drivers.
There were tears of joy this Christmas as children who couldn’t see Santa due to coronavirus restrictions were visited by Saint Nick and his sleigh.
Two musicians from Kent have gone under the needle after their catchy Christmas song raised more than £1,000 for charity.
It only takes a minute to read our review of Jingle Jangle, now streaming on Netflix. Hear it here:
Vets miraculously pulled tinsel out from a dog in one piece after he swallowed the Christmas decoration at home.
A university student who was nervous about spending the festive season on her own has been bowled over by an outpouring of support from the community.
With just one more sleep to the big day, you can fit in a few more Christmas films - but how's your movie knowledge? Take our quiz and find out:
A children's ward is to receive thousands of pounds worth of gifts after neighbours raised money from people looking at their Christmas lights.
As the Twelve Days of Christmas approach, the RSPB is calling on people in Kent to help Operation Turtle Dove research and protect turtle doves.
Staff and pupils at an academy have prepared festive hampers to be given out to members of the community.
With Kent centre stage in a new lockdown in the form of Tier 4, political editor Paul Francis offers some analysis.
Hundreds of people were spotted piling into Kent's biggest shopping centre to buy last-minute supplies before the county was plunged into Tier 4.
Organisers of a winter wonderland say tonight's event will go ahead as planned - despite sparking traffic mayhem last night.
A festive event held at Kent's biggest shopping centre has been cancelled as coronavirus cases continue to rise across the county.
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