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08 Nov 2016

MOTE HOUSE CLOCK TOWER RESTORATION COMPLETE

Audley Mote House, the luxury retirement village near Bearsted, Kent, has reached a significant milestone in completing the restoration of its iconic Clock Tower. The historic Tower has been returned to its

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07 Nov 2016

HEART RADIO PRESENTERS TO OPEN THE ROYAL TUNBRIDGE WELLS ICE RINK!

Heart Radio Breakfast Presenters James Heming and Becky Ives will open the Tunbridge Wells Ice Rink on Friday 18 November 2016.  The presenters are well known for brightening up mornings across Kent

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11 Oct 2016

Get your dancing shoes on with The Ragroof Players’ ‘Happy Feet’ at Canterbury festival

The second wave of The Ragroof Players’ Happy Feet – “a hundred years of dance crazes in a hundred minutes” show is coming to audiences Canterbury on the 15th October. The Ragroof

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22 Aug 2016

Citygate Food Plus brings Bromley together for a week of charitable celebrations

August 22nd – 28th marks the beginning of a more united Bromley as Citygate Food Plus brings the community together through ‘We Are Bromley Week’. With the support of intu Bromley and

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17 Jun 2016

3 weeks to go til JAM on the Marsh 2016

JAM on the Marsh 2016 opens on 7th July and there’s already a fever of activity; artists are making finishing touches to their pictures and sculptures and photographs are in production.  Musicians

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14 Jun 2016

A UNIQUE LUXURY SHOPPING EXPERIENCE COMING TO TUNBRIDGE WELLS IN JULY FOR 2 DAYS ONLY

After the huge success of their Luxury Gift Fairs in East Sussex, Country Lifestyle Fair organisers announce their expansion in to Kent with two fairs taking place this year at the breath

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27 May 2016

The Vine, Sevenoaks, Offers Something For Everyone

The Vine Restaurant in Sevenoaks offers something for everyone. Whether you want a fun night out with friends, a romantic meal for two, an executive lunch or a family dinner, there will

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10 May 2016

Celebrate Kent’s Tudor film and heritage with the Tudor(ish) Trail

He once wrote ‘all the world’s a stage’. And in the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, Kent County Council’s Film Office will launch the Tudor(ish) Trail on Friday (May 6). It will

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09 May 2016

Hundreds flocked to intu Bromley in support of Record Store Day

Bromley music fans queued since 4.00am on Saturday 16th April to put their hands on limited edition vinyls and enjoyed a day of live independent music at intu Bromley as part of

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05 May 2016

Gravesend’s iconic Market refurbishment is underway

At the heart of Gravesend Town Centre, close to the main independent and high street retailers and accessible from the town’s car parks and public transport hub, Gravesend Borough Market is undergoing

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29 Apr 2016

Canterbury’s Most Unusual Artefacts

If there is one thing Canterbury’s residents and visitors can agree on; this city has culture in abundance. The city wall houses a collection of treasures from all around the globe. Here

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28 Apr 2016

Normal? Festival of the Brain

This May Folkestone Quarterhouse turns its attention once again to the extraordinary workings of the brain. With co-curators Susanna Howard of Living Words, and Diane Dever of Folkestone Fringe, they have kept

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