Coming together in extraordinary times
An artwork made of hundreds of pebbles decorated by villagers during the lockdown has been turned into a permanent memorial to mark the pandemic.
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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.
As drinking spots are finally set to reopen, we've pulled together some of the county's finest riverside pub walks.
One of the biggest providers of online learning materials has ended the free access it gave parents to its resources at the start of the pandemic.
Parents worried about the impact lockdown could be having on their child's development are being encouraged to sign up for fresh help.
A photographer gives a glimpse into family life on lockdown with a series of heart-warming “doorstep portraits”.
Small groups of players can now meet for fitness or football training under new rules for grassroots football set out by The Football Association.
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.
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.
Budding young firefighters will love this fire station open day, with action-packed tours and demonstrations, when it is held online this week.
Teens who love photography, writing, art or performing arts are being encouraged to join a county-wide competition with top prizes up for grabs.
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.
A family-run village pub has been transformed thanks to a group of tireless volunteers.
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.