Coming together in extraordinary times
June will see the arrival of two new TV shows for kids. We take a look at what's in-store for young viewers.
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Famous faces have delighted youngsters at a Kent nursery by recording special lockdown messages.
Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling will publish new children's book The Ickabog from this week and is looking for youngsters to illustrate it.
Kent's Elmer sculpture trail may have been postponed until next year but there's plenty of fun to be had with youngsters this weekend for Elmer Day.
A country park packed full of history has said it is now welcoming visitors again.
Stables and yards can now gradually reopen as a result of changes in lockdown rules - enabling some children to also now resume their riding lessons.
An eight year old boy, who is completely blind, is enjoying virtual life skills lesson during the coronavirus lockdown.
Earlier this month we asked for messages from grandchildren. But now it's the turn of Kent's grandparents to tell their families they're missing them.
More than 80 wellbeing packages have been delivered to young people to help them stay positive during lockdown.
A popular band has reformed to record a lockdown parody of a Britpop hit which they have dedicated to key workers
Children and teenagers in Kent can now text qualified counsellors for free to offload and seek support as lockdown continues.
A midwife who recorded a Covid-19 parody version of a hit song says she is delighted after it received 10,000 views.
Plans are still in place to open Kent and Medway Test registration in a matter of weeks say those behind the exams.
A 10-year-old boy will have his drawing feature on the side of ambulances across Kent.
The grandchildren of a Sumatran Orangutan Society voluntary ambassador have raised more than £300 for apes thanks to a coronavirus obstacle course.
An engineer is buying and delivering food parcels for those struggling to get by.
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Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe has recorded himself reading the first chapter of the first book especially for fans isolating at home.
Party kits especially for a lockdown birthday bash can now be ordered online - including some virtual props for adults too.