FeaturedPreview-Halloween-iK
28 Sep 2015

Kentish Halloween Haunts

If there is one thing that October is known for (apart from the clocks going back giving us an extra hour in bed – hooray!), it’s Halloween. 31st October has long been

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FeaturedPreview-Historical-Kent
28 Sep 2015

Historical Kent

We can all agree that Kent is the most beautiful place to live with its lush green woodland, fertile fields, and gorgeous coastal villages. However, it seems as though the modern Kentish

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FeaturedPreview-Comedy
28 Sep 2015

Comedy in the South East

It’s an oldie but a goodie (like many jokes, when you think about it) because this saying actually has its roots in fact. Laughter – be it loud LOLs or quiet little

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TheArtsIssuePreview
26 Apr 2015

The Arts Issue

Art is wonderful. Art is freeing. Art is the essence of life brought down to its purest form, a form that has many different faces and many different outlets. Art can bring

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CyclePreview
26 Apr 2015

Kent’s Top Cycle Trails

by Visit Kent, in conjunction with Explore Kent There’s no better way to explore Kent than on a bicycle; this season, discover charming countryside and quaint villages, pass alongside hop fields, orchards

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MusicFestPreview
26 Apr 2015

A Summer of Music

Music and the county of Kent have always been a good match. This is where Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman, and Keith Richards hail from. It’s where Kate Bush, Paul Oakenfold, and Joss

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RestorationArtPreviewSmall
24 Mar 2015

The skill of Restoration Art

Restoration art is a very specific – and sought after – skill. In today’s fast moving, modern world, there’s a wave of consumers and artists who prefer things a little slower, a

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KentVineyardsPreviewSm
24 Mar 2015

A directory of Kent’s vibrant vineyards

The vineyards in Kent, of which there are many, are vibrant, thriving and growing fast, which is great for Kent producers. Not only are the conditions in the Garden of England ideal

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SpringHealthPreviewSm
24 Mar 2015

Top Tips for spring health

It’s wonderful to leave the sniffles and snuffles of winter behind once spring starts appearing, but while we might like the idea of being well enough to enjoy the warmer days and

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RowhillSlider
26 Feb 2015

Relax and Recharge at Rowhill Grange

It’s always a pleasure to embark on the leafy drive up to the 18th-century manor house that is home to Rowhill Grange and its award-winning Utopia Spa. Whilst guests at the hotel

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MothersDaySlider
26 Feb 2015

Mother’s Day Treats

Mother’s Day, or Mothering Sunday, began in North America in 1908 – although it wasn’t officially recognised as a celebration until 1910. It was Anna Jarvis, an intelligent and fascinating college-educated businesswoman

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WinterWalksPreview
18 Dec 2014

The National Trust’s Guide to Kent’s Best Wintry Walks

Whether you’re seeking a bracing walk or relaxing stroll around landscaped gardens, naturally rugged outdoor sites, or parkland, wrap up warm this season and follow the National Trust’s guide to the best

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