28 Apr 2015

Award-winning dining at The Corner House

It is said ‘a lot can happen in a year’, and in the case of The Corner House in Minster, this ol’ proverb could hardly ring truer. Since my initial visit exactly

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28 Apr 2015

The remarkable Broadditch Farm

For centuries past, working farms played an integral part in the economy and workforce, particularly in rural communities that heavily relied on crop rotation and livestock. And for Southfleet and its neighbouring

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26 Mar 2015

Dine in style at TUDOR PARK

Nuzzled amid Maidstone’s idyllic villages and set in over 200-acres of striking parkland, there are few local retreats better than Tudor Park Marriott Hotel and Country Club. Regarded as one of the

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24 Mar 2015

Discover a night out on the Thames with City Cruises

With so many iconic attractions in the capital, sightseeing in London is boundless; however, the determining factor between an ordinary and an extraordinary experience can quite simply rely on how you choose

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24 Mar 2015

10 THINGS YOU (PROBABLY) DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT ORGANIC FOOD

Organic food is everywhere these days; from farmers’ markets to the supermarket, it is possible to pick up food and drink grown and manufactured in the organic way. But how much do

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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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03 Mar 2015

Daytime dining at the Twig and Spoon

Far from your run-of-the-mill garden centre eatery, the Twig and Spoon in Ash is fast becoming a destination restaurant celebrated for its distinctive British cuisine and unreserved commitment to the discerning daytime

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25 Feb 2015

Vitamins

Our bodies are incredible machines; they allow us to do so much, to experience everything we could possibly want, and we often take them for granted, sometimes only noticing them particularly when

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13 Feb 2015

A rising star: The Bull Hotel, Wrotham

What do you get when you cross a 600-year-old coaching inn with an ambitious owner, a team of culinary geniuses, and an index of wines that puts even the most seasoned of

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29 Jan 2015

The unique OAST TO HOST

Specialising in gluten-free, wheat-free and dairy-free table treats, Kent-based producers, Oast to Host, aspire to create some of the most scrumptious savoury and sweet dishes on the market. photography by Lloyd Pestell

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27 Jan 2015

Plan Your Seasonal PYO

Fresh fruit and vegetables, pulled straight from the ground or plucked from a tree have a certain magic about them that can be lost once the supermarkets get hold, clean them up,

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27 Jan 2015

The Benefits of Herbal Tea

Herbal tea is often seen as a ‘trendy’ thing to drink, but there is much more to it than that. For one thing, it tastes good, and there are so many different

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