Debate has raged for centuries over which pub is the oldest in the county – here we look at those with the strongest claims...
From a 'Dolphinarium' to Dickens World - We take a stroll down memory lane and reminisce about the county's best-loved former visitor attractions.
The circumstances surrounding the death of a world-famous pilot off the Kent coast remain a mystery to this day.
The county's rich supply of coal meant it was once a Mecca for miners. We look at the history of an industry that has left its mark on Kent.
Here's how you can pay your respects to the great and the good whose final resting place is right here in the county.
Looking out over the county, Kent's man-made chalk landmarks have caught the eye for generations, but not everyone knows the history behind them.
The pub – a humble British establishment entrenched in our national psyche. Here we look at some of Kent's with the strangest and most unusual names.
The extraordinary life of a woman engaged to one of the world's richest men was tragically cut short at the age of 27.
Florence Nightingale played a crucial role in setting up health and training facilities - we take a closer took at her strong ties to Kent.
As Kent's libraries turned 100, we delved into the archives to see how far the service has come.
From flight to Miss World, we take a look back at world firsts which happened right here in Kent.
While some have become Italian restaurants or bargain stores, many of Kent's oldest pubs are still going.
Kent has been home to a number of genuine pioneers who broke the mould and, for better or for worse, wrote themselves into the history books.
Chances are you drive by a former workhouse every day - we take a look back at the grim reality for generations of the county's poorest people.
We take a look at how policing in Kent has changed over the last two centuries.
When a writer called the town of Deal 'villainous', 'filthy' and 'upon the perish' something had to be done to make the most of its best asset: the seafront.
The county is home to a number of pubs with fascinating histories - with some even dating back to the 1100s. Does your local feature?
Just what happened to some of the county's most high profile politicians when they stepped down from the House of Commons? We find out...
We remember a popular, but freezing cold, open air pool in Kent - and the humiliation of the woollen costumes patrons had to wear.
It's more than 60 years since the closure of one of Kent's biggest visitor attractions - Maidstone Zoo.
A remote pub demolished to make way for a major Kent bridge had a macabre reputation.
Memories of bacon slicers, cheese cut with a wire, butter patted into shape with wooden paddles and sugar weighed into blue paper bags.
Pictures of a church built in 1853 where a shopping centre now stands.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
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