A 900-acre solar farm with 880,000 panels will be built in the Kent countryside, it has been confirmed.
A 100-seater restaurant similar to a Toby Carvery or Harvester is planned to open as part of a bold expansion plan at a community centre.
The Faversham Darts League have been doing their bit to help NHS workers over the lockdown period - and now they’ve been feeding them too.
The anxiously-awaited decision on whether the UK's biggest solar park can be built in Kent is due tomorrow.
Drivers were getting out of their cars as firefighters tended to a vehicle fire on the motorway.
Developers have submitted plans to increase the sprawling site of an approved 300-home development in the countryside.
A grandmother broke down in tears after learning thieves had stolen valuables from her home as she battles coronavirus in hospital.
Watch as PDC player James Richardson comes agonisingly close to a nine-dart finish during a guest appearance at the Faversham Virtual Darts Challenge.
A little girl suffering with incurable brain tumour has been given a shopping spree.
Animal charity bosses say financial pressures caused by the coronavirus lockdown has cast the future of creatures in their care into doubt.
Justin Luchford had to turn things around at Faversham Town before they could clinch the Kent League title.
Rural Task Force officers are advising horse owners to be vigilant following a number of burglaries involving stables and horse yards.
A huge solar power farm has caused outrage from residents, and sparked an opposition campaign.
An international dressage rider says he has lost a lifetime's collection of specialist equestrian equipment.
A Kent family who went viral with their take on a Les Misérables song have now released a lockdown-themed rendition of a Disney favourite.
Faversham Town manager James Collins says utilising the club's academy players will be one of his top priorities once football gets back underway.
As decision day looms for Britain's biggest solar farm campaigners are mounting a final push against the "dangerous" and "damaging" project.
Peter Allen turned the tables on Carl Wilson in the second Faversham Darts Virtual Stay-at-Home charity tournament.
A young football fan was left speechless after a surprise birthday treat from his favourite player.
A 17-year-old who brandished a knife as he tried to raid a store was fought off with a wooden pole by brave shop workers.
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