05 Nov 2021

48 Hours in… Maidstone

As Kent’s county town, Maidstone, lies at the very heart of the Garden of England. Pretty orchards and hop gardens sprawl over lush countryside, surrounding romantic English villages, must-see heritage sights, and

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17 Aug 2021

Macknade Ashford Launches Evening Dining In Time For Bank Holiday Weekend

Macknade, Kent’s food & drink experts, have announced that evening dining at their bustling Ashford store will be back on the menu, in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend. Starting on

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17 Aug 2021

Follow the Ice Cream Trail to Discover Ashford & Tenterden

Ice to See You! This summer, follow Whip & Loli on a treat-filled adventure to rediscover familiar favourites and uncover new local destinations for days of fun, treats and memories. Brought to

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03 Aug 2021

Could taking Japanese baths and drinking OSU apple cider vinegar be the secret to a long and happy life?

After over a year of challenges, OSU Apple Cider Vinegar is helping the nation unwind this summer by turning the picturesque Beckenham Place Park Lake (13-14 August), into a Japanese Onsen bathing

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03 Aug 2021

Experience the magic of Christmas at Bedgebury

The after-dark illuminated winter woodland walk – 19 November 2021 to 2 January 2022 Field of Light Lantern Tree Giant Lilies Trail highlights for 2021 – Field of light – much loved

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the white lion, tenkterden
08 Jun 2021

Free Drink’s this Father’s Day at The White Lion in Tenterden

There’s no better way to treat your dad than a good gin and tonic… especially when it’s free!   Make up for lost time and head to the pub for lunch or

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26 May 2021

Bustling Food Village At Macknade Faversham Unveils Vibrant Artwork

Kent’s food & drink experts, Macknade, have officially unveiled a striking mural at their popular Food Village in Faversham. The artwork, created by local artist Genevieve Devroey, decorates the undercover eating booths,

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24 May 2021

FULL STEAM AHEAD FOR TOURISM!

The beautiful Kent & East Sussex Railway is one of the country’s most highly rated tourist attractions. It is fitting that the heritage line’s long-anticipated reopening on Saturday 22nd May 2021 should

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10 Nov 2020

Celebrating the centenary of Canterbury’s favourite bear, Rupert.

This month the Beaney were planning to open the doors to a special exhibition celebrating the centenary of Canterbury’s favourite bear, Rupert.    Sadly, the lockdown means the Beaney is now temporarily closed and the opening

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03 Aug 2020

Eat Out to Help Out: insideKENT & Kent Staycation’s Top Picks

How lucky are we to live in the Garden of England, home to some of the best produce, producers and eateries in the country. To help you support Eat Out to Help

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26 Jun 2019

DISCOVER KENT’S COAST THIS SUMMER

Kent is the proud parent of over 50 glorious and vastly different beaches along its shoreline on the south-eastern tip of England. On the northern tip are the up-and-coming coastal towns of

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21 Jun 2019

Spotlight on Westerham

Westerham might be a relatively small town with a population of around 5,000 or so, but its enviable location close to the M25, picturesque, quintessentially Kentish surroundings, picture-postcard looks and vast range

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