Following the Shepway Sports Trust’s Active 50 launch day, two of the most popular sports will be starting next week.
One of the world’s great sporting events will return to the south east of England in 2020 when The 149th Open is played at Royal St George’s in Sandwich, Kent.
A group of Folkestone Rugby Academy students have appeared on BT Sport’s live TV show, ‘Rugby Tonight’.
Brockhill Performing Arts College in Hythe has been able to install a new synthetic wicket strip thanks to being awarded £2,856 KCC Members Grant from Green Party member Martin Whybrow.
Ashford’s new state of the art sports centre, Spearpoint Pavilion, has been officially opened with help from The Mayor of Ashford, Cllr George Koowaree.
Folkestone's very own basketball team has a new kit sponsor for this season.
Etchinghill Golf Club
have a chance to etch their name in the history books next week as the first
ever winners of the WPGA Lombard Trophy.
Young Hawkinge tennis player, Michael Owen may have started his summer season a little late due to a full compliment of GCSEs at the Harvey Grammar in June, but he is now in top form.
By Mark Finnis
This year's Dover
Primary Schools Tag rugby tournament was the largest sporting event in the
district for primary schools.
A major new indoor facility, offering a range of challenging sports for Folkestone town centre, has been awarded planning approval by Shepway District Council.