28 Jun 2016

Review of Loch Fyne, Bluewater

I’ve been to Bluewater more times than I can count, but it’s only recently that I’ve started to explore its restaurants as well as its shops and cinema. Seafood restaurant Loch Fyne

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28 Jun 2016

The Olympics

The Olympic Games, although not in the form that we know it today, can be traced back over 2,700 years to 776BC (although it is suggested that similar games were held at

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28 Jun 2016

Kent Artist Profile: Robbie Graham

Robbie Graham has a fascinating and exciting life – not only does he paint the most exquisite pictures, but he also travels widely thanks to his passion for wildlife conservation (he has

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28 Jun 2016

Change Your Habits, Change The World

Most of us tend to think about the personal effects of changing our diets from time to time – cutting down after Christmas; losing a few pounds before a holiday – but

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28 Jun 2016

Spotlight On Whitstable

Think of Whitstable and the first thing that comes to mind is probably oysters. Delicious, succulent, fresh oysters. But this pretty Kentish seaside town is much more than the sum of its

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28 Jun 2016

Kent’s Best Beaches

Aren’t we the lucky ones here in Kent? Amongst the UK’s incredible range of beaches, the Kent coast boasts some of the very best. Not so long ago, our beautiful coastline was

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28 Jun 2016

Review: Let It Be at The Orchard Theatre

For the new generation of Beatles’ fans, Let It Be is the closest they will ever get to seeing the Fab Four perform live. And it really is close. Every costume, every

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24 Jun 2016

Shop Well For Less

Consumer and lifestyle TV show ‘Shop Well For Less?’ Is returning to our screens after a successful first series and this time you could be the star. BBC One are looking for

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23 Jun 2016

FREE Children’s Entertainment at Hempstead Valley

Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre Monday 8th until Sunday 21st August 2016 11am – 1pm & 2pm – 4pm daily FREE Admission FREE Parking www.hempsteadvalley.com Hempstead Valley has planned a packed two weeks’

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22 Jun 2016

Need Extra Space?

This might seem like a silly question with the average British home now half the size it was a century ago, however if you’re aware of the average cost of a home

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22 Jun 2016

Ambrette combines British and Indian classics for new seven-day brunch menu

The Ambrette has launched a new brunch menu, combining British breakfast classics with famous Indian-inspired morning and lunchtime dishes at its restaurants in Canterbury, Margate and Rye. From July 1st, diners will

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22 Jun 2016

St Edmund’s Big Band Plays on 27th June

St Edmund’s Big Band with very special guests, The Deptford Rivieras, play a night of Big Band Swing and groovy summer sounds. Led by Jools Holland’s Music Director Phil Veacock, The Deptford

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