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Walks will be held at locations across the country in memory of much-loved mum and PCSO Julia James - as an investigation into her murder continues.
A musical Kent family have released a pandemic-themed rendition of The Lion Sleeps Tonight in which they sing about lazy lockdown eating habits.
A dad has created a 'dummy tree' in the woods as a way of encouraging children to part with their dummies.
An artwork made of hundreds of pebbles decorated by villagers during the lockdown has been turned into a permanent memorial to mark the pandemic.
An alternative Christmas lights event will allow people to mark the start of the festive season from the safety of their own gardens.
Kent's biggest theatre has opened its doors to audiences for the first time since March.
Archbishop Justin Welby will be leading the first service at Canterbury Cathedral as it reopens with stringent social distancing measures in place.
A football club hit with financial losses during the Covid19 pandemic have transformed their home ground into Kent's 'biggest beer garden'.
As drinking spots are finally set to reopen, we've pulled together some of the county's finest riverside pub walks.
A driving school is offering free driving lessons as a way of thanking care workers for their efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Famous faces have delighted youngsters at a Kent nursery by recording special lockdown messages.
More than 80 wellbeing packages have been delivered to young people to help them stay positive during lockdown.
A 10-year-old boy will have his drawing feature on the side of ambulances across Kent.
An engineer is buying and delivering food parcels for those struggling to get by.
A Kent duo has assembled 40 musicians from across the county and globe to promote unity.
A hospital has opened a convenience store to ensure time-strapped staff fighting on the coronavirus frontline are able to pick up essential groceries.
A curry restaurant is among those who have donated meals to frontline staff working in a hospital.
An Emergency Hardship Fund has been launched for families caring for children with complex needs struggling because of the coronavirus outbreak,