Published: 15:38, 18 May 2020
| Updated: 15:51, 18 May 2020
First it was down to grandchildren to say 'we miss you' but now it's the turn of grandparents to send their messages in return.
Earlier this month hundreds of grandchildren across the county placed free messages in our KM Group newspapers telling their grandparents how much they are missed as loved ones are separated because of the coronavirus.
And as lockdown and socially distancing rules mean that the vast majority of families are still prevented from getting together, and grandparents from playing with and hugging their grandchildren, we're now asking for nans and grandads, grandmas and grandpas to send their messages and photographs for little ones and their parents to see.
Grandparents can send a personal message - free of charge - to the grandchildren they are missing, complete with a photograph of themselves and we will print them in special pages of our newspapers.
To enable us to print your wonderful messages please send your words and pictures to us by Friday (May 22).
Don't forget to include the names of the grandchildren your message is for, your names or what your grandchildren call you, and also where you live.
Please email your message, with your photograph, to the newspaper you'd like to see it published in:
Kent Messenger series email@example.com
Medway Messenger firstname.lastname@example.org
Dartford Messenger email@example.com
Gravesend Messenger firstname.lastname@example.org
Kentish Gazette series email@example.com
Sittingbourne News firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheerness Times Guardian email@example.com
Kentish Express series firstname.lastname@example.org
Folkestone and Hythe Express email@example.com
Thanet Extra firstname.lastname@example.org
East Kent Mercury email@example.com
Dover Mercury firstname.lastname@example.org
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