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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 WAIT IS OVER: DREAMLAND WILL RE-OPEN THIS JUNE

The wait is over! Dreamland Margate, the UK’s original pleasure park, will re-open its doors on Friday June 19th 2015. The old fashioned, yet oh-so-fashionable destination, boasts a host of stylishly restored,

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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 Apr 2015

The benefits of children’s yoga

Yoga is designed to create a balance of mind and body, to ease stress, to create physical flexibility, and to transform lives. Once it was the domain of the middle classes, those

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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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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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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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13 Apr 2015

New headmaster at Northbourne Park School

Northbourne Park School is delighted to announce the appointment from September 2015 of Sebastian Rees as the new headmaster of the school. Sebastian is currently the headmaster of Seaford College Prep School

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26 Mar 2015

Tunbridge Wells Circular

Fancy a challenge? This popular long-distance route showcases the variety of landscapes in the High Weald. From patchwork fields and small hamlets to steep-sided wooded valleys and fast-flowing streams, it’s easy to

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