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5 easy plants kids can grow this half term

5 easy plants kids can grow this half term

JLS star and Kent farmer JB Gill says he loves gardening with his children. With more sun and no school here's 5 plants the kids could grow this week.

Garden show makes it a blooming bank holiday

Garden show makes it a blooming bank holiday

A huge garden show is set to make a return after a year's break this bank holiday weekend with plants, garden displays and crafts on offer.

Six events to try in Kent this weekend

Six events to try in Kent this weekend

Events are happening both inside and out across Kent this weekend, from contemporary dance and art to heritage railways and cycling trails.

What's on this bank holiday weekend across Kent

What's on this bank holiday weekend across Kent

Does a bank holiday weekend put a smile on your face? Here's our guide to what's on in Kent from tractor rides and lambs to festivals and bluebells.

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Record numbers join Big Garden Birdwatch

Record numbers join Big Garden Birdwatch

Record numbers of people across the county took part in an annual nature survey looking at garden birds.

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Beautiful blooming bluebells

Beautiful blooming bluebells

Bluebells are set to come into bloom soon across Kent. We've found six places to spot them, but make sure you tread carefully as they are protected.

The blooming Garden of England

The blooming Garden of England

Looking for somewhere special to meet a friend for the first time in months outdoors? Here are the luscious gardens across Kent reopening their gates.

Take a peek at daffs at their peak

Take a peek at daffs at their peak

Thousands of new daffodils which have been planted in the gardens and grounds of a Kent castle are set to come into full bloom for visitors.

Gardens across Kent set to open their gates

Gardens across Kent set to open their gates

The first step in easing restrictions when we can meet one person outside socially is coming. So we look at the Kent gardens you could visit together.

An extra special blooming display for visitors

An extra special blooming display for visitors

Thousands of extra tulips have been planted at a Kent castle after last year's display bloomed behind closed gates due to the first national lockdown.

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