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  • Halloween pumpkin party

    CHILDREN are invited to attend a free spooky Pumpkin Party at a Marden garden centre. Millbrook at Highgrove is hosting the event, which includes a fancy dress competition and refreshments, from ...

  • Spooky night at Kent Life

    A SPOOK-TACULAR bonfire and firework display on November 2 marks the start of the winter season at Kent Life, near Maidstone. Visitors can watch fire breathers lighting the bonfire and join in the ...

  • Inspiring the future

    Maidstone Council has teamed up with Inspiring the Future to recruit volunteers to go into schools and colleges to help young people understand the working world and the jobs it has to offer. The ...

  • 100 Voices sing for hospice

    A fundraising concert in Maidstone on Saturday, October 12, will be a poignant occasion for singer Keith Bevan who has recently been admitted as a day patient at the Heart of Kent Hospice. For ...

  • Celebrating Black History Month

    Black History Month will be celebrated in Maidstone with a day of music and workshops at Jubilee Square, Maidstone, on Saturday, October 12. A full programme of song, dance, art and history will ...

  • Focus on spring bulbs

    There will be a talk on spring bulbs by Janine Doultonat the meeting of Maidstone Horticultural Society . Visitors and new members are welcome at the event at the Baptist Church Hall, ...

  • Demand high for fruit show stands

    Organisers of this year’s National Fruit Show have experienced the highest ever demand for tradestands for their “celebration show”. The 80thanniversary show is at the Kent ...

  • Farmers' market

    East Farleigh’s October farmers’ market will be held in The Old School Hall, Lower Road, from 9-12am on Sunday, October 6. Stalls will include Sutton Park sausages and pork, Something ...