By Dana Wiffen
Dungeness Station on the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway (RHDR) welcomed a special visitor earlier in the month.
On Saturday 3rd September head for the Bandstand in Folkestone for a fun-filled and Banger-tastic day!
Canterbury Christ Church University is celebrating the history of its North Holmes Campus and its connections with Canterbury as a World Heritage Site through beer, bread and honey.
The wartime medals of a Battle of Britain pilot have found a new home at the Battle of Britain Memorial in Kent, thanks to the generosity of an Australian couple who flew them half way around the world.
Detectives investigating a robbery at an Ashford bingo hall have released CCTV images of man they want to speak to.
Ashford’s North School has praised the dedication of staff, the support of parents and the determination of its students after achieving its best ever set of GCSE results.
On one of the busiest weekends of the year, a large chunk of the trouble-torn M20 motorway has been closed in both directions after a footbridge near Leybourne has collapsed.
The Tunbridge Wells branch of Marks and Spencer is pushing the boat out in their support of local children’s charity, Tree of Hope.
A further six men have been jailed for their involvement in violent demonstrations in Dover last January.
If you had to leave your home, what one thing would you take? That is one of the questions being asked by an exhibition of photos, artwork and video animations created by asylum seekers and refugees on display at St. Mary’s Church in Dover.