By Dana Wiffen
It is well known that Kent became the cushion for London as the Germans tried to bring the capital to its knees.
Canterbury City Council has agreed to allocate £150,000 of developer funding to a scheme to provide a walking and cycling path on part of the former Crab and Winkle
railway in Whitstable.
By Ray Duff
One of Folkestone's most famous residents of the past, Samuel Plimsoll has been remembered in the town.
A review of the historical character of the Waterloo Crescent Conservation Area near Dover Seafront has been carried out by Dover District Council, as it continues to plan for the future of the district – and your views are sought.
A £500 KCC Members grant from Kent County Councillor Susan Carey has gone to support urgent roof repairs at Lympne church.
Dover’s 800-year old Maison Dieu, also known as Dover Town Hall has been upgraded from a Grade II* to a Grade I listing by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
The Leas Lift Community Interest Company which took over the running of the town's historic seafront attraction is handing it back to the owners after a damning report on its condition by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
A major bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund for a multi-million pound restoration of the Maison Dieu in Dover has been given the go ahead at a meeting of Dover District Council.
By Ray Duff,
Canterbury Archaeology Trust has just launched a specific website to cover the on-going excavations at Folkestone, East Cliff ancient site.
By Ray Duff
A new Channel 4 TV series, 'Britain's Ancient Tracks' with Sir Tony Robinson begins on Saturday 15 October at 8pm and features 'Icknield Way'.