06 Mar 2017

Smurfs Lost Village at Bluewater

To promote the release of the new 3D film, Smurfs: The Lost Village, Bluewater will host the Smurfs Lost Village interactive stand, on the 18th March. Shoppers will be able to meet and greet their favourite Smurf movie characters and have

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03 Mar 2017

Be part of the energy at Betteshanger this Easter

Hop down with your little bunnies to Betteshanger Park, near Deal, for an energy-fuelled Easter holiday. Donkey Day kicks off the holiday activities. Back by popular demand, the award- winning Mike’s Donkeys

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02 Mar 2017

Hundreds of children and young people given the chance to exhibit at Turner Contemporary with leading contemporary artists and JMW Turner

This year Turner  Contemporary and Canterbury Christ Church University are offering an unparalleled opportunity for students aged between 4-19 and teachers in Kent and  Medway to exhibit their work alongside internationally renowned

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01 Mar 2017

Theatre Review: Fantastic Mr Fox at the Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Roald Dahl is perhaps one of the best loved children’s writers in the world. Ever. So coming up with a musical version of one of his wonderful stories must be a bit

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28 Feb 2017

BLUEWATER’S PLAZA SET FOR LEISURE EXPANSION

Land Securities has today revealed details of the redevelopment of the Plaza at Bluewater, Europe’s leading retail and leisure destination. Designed to enhance the Plaza experience for guests, the plans include the creation

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27 Feb 2017

Inside the World of 5 Great Poker Players in the UK

Who doesn’t think that being a professional poker player is a dream career? Although many have dreamt of it, few ending up making it in the big leagues. The UK is home

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27 Feb 2017

The Marlowe Theatre and the Canterbury Heritage Museum

THE MARLOWE Theatre plans to work with Canterbury Museums & Galleries Service, and other heritage and arts organisations, to bring new life to the Poor Priests’ Hospital (Canterbury Heritage Museum). The proposals

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24 Feb 2017

Under a blanket of blue – discover the best places to spot bluebells this year with the National Trust in Kent

Spring has arrived and what better way to delight your senses than with the sight and scent of a sea of bluebells. The National Trust has revealed the best places to enjoy

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23 Feb 2017

Weald Walks

Way back in the mists of time (in the Neolithic period, which ended in around 2,000 BC to be a little more precise), the area we know and love as the Weald

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23 Feb 2017

A TASTE OF MEXico

Walking into new Maidstone restaurant MEXIco is like walking into your own surprise party; from the outside the restaurant appears calm and quiet, but as soon as you step through the door

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23 Feb 2017

insideKENT Charity Profile: Fields of Life

Fields of Life is an inspirational charity that does incredibly important work in East Africa. This month, insideKENT spoke to head of fundraising, Debbie Cameron. What is it that Fields of Life

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23 Feb 2017

London Theatre Review: Disney’s ALADDIN

It’s likely that you know the Disney animation of Aladdin. If you have little ones, you’re a fan of Robin Williams, or even if you’re just into Disney, you may have seen

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