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01 Oct 2018

Kent’s first ever LinkedIn Local event comes to Maidstone

LinkedIn Local, a global campaign aiming to unite people with their LinkedIn connections, is coming to Kent on Thursday 25th October, 6pm, at The Great Danes Hotel in Maidstone. The free, non-profit

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29 Sep 2018

Dinner and a show at the Orchard Theatre

Going to the theatre is always a treat, and yet there is always one problem that needs to be solved when it comes to the timing of your visit: food. With evening

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29 Sep 2018

National Apple Festival at Brogdale

Apples galore at Brogdale! Celebrate over 2,200 different apple varieties on 13th and 14th October with a breathtaking apple display like you’ve never seen before, then pick your favourites from a range

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29 Sep 2018

Kent Charity Profile: The Bereavement Café

Bereavement is something that will affect us all at some point and we will all react to it in different ways. Something that is common to all, however is the need to

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29 Sep 2018

Kent Artist Profile: Emily Tull

Emily Tull is fascinated by faces and it is this fascination, as well as her love for nature, that has inspired her to produce some incredible works of art. insideKENT spoke to

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29 Sep 2018

The Giggling Squid Sevenoaks hits all the right notes

Thai is my favourite food, which makes me a bit of a discerning diner when eating at Thai restaurants. Sadly, so many seem to throw all of the right adjectives at you

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27 Sep 2018

Competition: Win Tickets to Leeds Castle’s Fireworks Spectacular

Get your ‘dancing’ shoes on for this year’s Leeds Castle Fireworks Spectacular  25,000 starbursts will fill the sky over Leeds Castle in Kent this Bonfire Night for the biggest firework display in

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27 Sep 2018

Spotlight on Deal

Deal is a beautiful coastal town and its historical importance is something that makes it a hugely fascinating place to visit as well. Its military history is particularly interesting, and is perhaps

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27 Sep 2018

Warming Seasonal Recipes

Chunky knits, blankets on the sofa and the crunch of fallen rust-coloured leaves underfoot can mean only one thing: glorious autumn has arrived. Time to switch from summer salads to more hearty

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