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17 Jan 2020

VEGANUARY COMES TO THE WHITE LION

This Veganuary, The White Lion are helping you get the most out of your New Year’s health kick, with a delicious NEW Vegan Menu that will leave you spoilt for choice! Breaking

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16 Jan 2020

Salomons Estate expands its offering of dog-friendly amenities

Salomons Estate, set amongst 36 acres of stunning parkland on the edge of Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent, now offers a range of dog-friendly amenities and services. From a doggy treasure trail

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08 Jan 2020

New Year, New Challenge – Kent’s 2020 Charity Challenges

WHETHER IT’S TO TICK OFF A BUCKET LIST WISH, TRY SOMETHING TOTALLY NEW, AID A LONG-TERM FITNESS GOAL, OR SIMPLY TO TEST YOURSELF FOR 2020; MAKE IT YOUR MISSION TO STAND UP,

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07 Jan 2020

My Farmers Markets in Kent

Attending a farmers market is a real day out for all the family – there’s an enormous range of locally produced food, drink and craft to buy, with lots to look at.

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07 Jan 2020

Veganuary at Bill’s

Come to Bill’s to enjoy their new Veganuary menu! www.bills-website.co.uk  Beetroot steak and tiger fries

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05 Jan 2020

Veganuary – Skin & Hair Care

Since 2014, Veganuary, a UK non-profit organisation, has inspired and supported more than half a million people in 178 countries to try vegan for January – and beyond. Whilst food and drink

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05 Jan 2020

Kent Artist Profile: Peter Rushton

FORCED TO GIVE UP A HIGH-FLYING CAREER AFTER HAVING A STROKE, BIRCHINGTON-BASED ARTIST PETER RUSHTON, WHO HAS USED HIS LOVE OF ART TO HELP REBUILD HIS LIFE, PREPARES FOR HIS FIRST EXHIBITION

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04 Jan 2020

The 2020 Wellness Revolution

Are you fed up of the old ‘new year, new you’ mantra? Making resolutions that you only manage to stick to for a few weeks, which then leaves you feeling depressed and

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04 Jan 2020

Discover intimate, relaxed and inspired fine dining in a warm, charming and unpretentious setting: Thackeray’s

Housed within the oldest building in Tunbridge Wells, Thackeray’s, named after its nineteenth-century owner English novelist William Makepeace Thackeray, sits in a Grade II listed building, built around 1660, which offers plenty

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