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It's Christmas Jumper Day! Tweet us your pics

It's Christmas Jumper Day! Tweet us your pics

It's that time of year again when good taste goes out the window in aid of charity - tweet us your best Christmas jumper photos!

Boutique owner and kids add sparkle to precinct

Boutique owner and kids add sparkle to precinct

Boutique owner Amanda Goring has added festive cheer to her end of the High Street, thanks to children from Deal Parochial school.

Ho Ho Ho at community fayre

Ho Ho Ho at community fayre

The community has banded together to create a stunning Christmas Fayre in Deal tomorrow in aid of good local causes

Hey, big spender

Hey, big spender

Make a day of it by heading from Kent to the bright lights of London for a Christmas shopping experience.

Review: Dick Whittington

Review: Dick Whittington

Shane Richie headlines a delightful production of Dick Whittington at The Orchard Theatre.

Santa's sleigh goes on tour

Santa's sleigh goes on tour

Find out where you can see Santa as the streets of Canterbury welcome a very special visitor this month.

More bus strikes next week?

More bus strikes next week?

Bus drivers could walk out for a second time this month if talks between Arriva and Unite the Union fail to solve timetable issues.

Santa’s unsung helpers have Christmas sorted

Santa’s unsung helpers have Christmas sorted

Royal Mail will deliver millions of parcels and cards this month, and the postmen and women in Medway are busy making sure yours arrive on time.

Panto is a beauty, says Sue

Panto is a beauty, says Sue

Panto season is upon us and the stars of this year's shows, actress Sue Holderness and S Club 7's Tina Barrett, cannot wait for opening night.

Sharing the joy this Christmas

Sharing the joy this Christmas

It’s not just mulled wine that will give you a warm glow this Christmas, here's the carol services which rejoice in the true spirit of the season.

'Scrooge' ruins Christmas spirit

'Scrooge' ruins Christmas spirit

Scrooge has been out in force during the Dickensian Christmas Festival say motorists who saw council parking attendants handing out penalty tickets.

Dickensian characters come alive for Christmas

Dickensian characters come alive for Christmas

Fagin, Bill Sykes and Bulls Eye the dog join the crowds in Rochester at the Dickens Christmas Festival which has had the best turnout in recent years.

We’re feeding the food bank

We’re feeding the food bank

With more people asking Medway Foodbank for emergency food supplies, the Medway Messenger is urging readers to support the cause this Christmas.

Sheerness all lit up

Sheerness all lit up

Sheerness Christmas Market and Lantern Parade went ahead as planned despite fears that high winds might have cancelled the event.

Cathedral gets ready for Christmas

Cathedral gets ready for Christmas

Preparations are under way at Rochester Cathedral for Christmas but ongoing building work means the Midnight Holy Communion will be ticketed again.

Christmas is here - oh no it's not!

Christmas is here - oh no it's not!

kmfm presenters and the cast of the Tunbridge Wells pantomime turned on the Christmas lights at west Kent's largest shopping centre this year.

Calling the tune at Christmas lights switch on

Calling the tune at Christmas lights switch on

The Headcorn Ukulele Group take centre stage at this Friday's festive celebration

Peppa Pig is heading to town

Peppa Pig is heading to town

The children's favourite is coming to Ashford as the star attraction at Saturday's festive family fun day.

Sheerness Christmas Lights Need You

Sheerness Christmas Lights Need You

Sheerness Town Team has appealed for help to put up the town's Christmas lights

Cheers, not boos, as panto villain turns on Christmas lights

Cheers, not boos, as panto villain turns on Christmas lights

Hundreds of people packed onto Chatham High Street last night to watch panto villain, Sue Holderness, switch on the Christmas lights.

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