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24 Mar 2015

Kent Cartoonist: Gary Northfield

Gary Northfield is a Kent-based cartoonist and writer who has worked on well-loved children’s publications such as the Horrible Histories Magazine and The Beano. Now he has created his own comic book

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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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02 Mar 2015

Town Spotlight on Orpington

Orpington, part of the London Borough of Bromley and one of the 35 major centres of Greater London, is still completely Kentish in its history and its inhabitants. Surrounded by orchards, hop

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27 Feb 2015

Geocaching

If you are looking for a new hobby that will not only get your brain working, but will get you out into the fresh air as well, then geocaching could be exactly

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26 Feb 2015

Grow Your Own

Although the idea of growing your own fruit and vegetables might sound like something other people do, it’s not as hard as you first think. Once you’ve done the initial planning and

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26 Feb 2015

Acupuncture Awareness Week

This year, Acupuncture Awareness Week takes place from 2nd-8th March, and is highlighting the effects of stress. The event is supported by the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC); a voluntary register accredited by

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26 Feb 2015

Exclusive interview with the talented Tracey Brook

Kent is a breeding ground for homegrown talent, and there’s no greater example of this than singer-songwriter, Tracey Brook. Having recently released her first single “Star Struck” with Warner Bros Records, insideKENT

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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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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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