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  • Barn dance to support charity

    A barn dance is to be held at Fant Community Hall in Fant Lane on Saturday, April 11 in aid of the RNLI. The event starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £6, which includes a cold supper. Guests ...

  • Apprentices compete for title

    A TEAM of apprentices from Kent County Council are hoping to be recognised as the best in the country. The nine apprentices have been entered into the Brathay Apprentice Challenge, competing ...

  • Easter egg hunt

    THERE will be an Easter Egg hunt in Mote Park Maidstone from 2-4pm on Easter Sunday, April 5. Entry costs £2 and the hunt starts from the Salvation Army gazebo near the pitch and putt ...

  • Red nose day fun at school

    Five Acre Wood School’s student council organised a day offun to raise money on Red Nose Day. Pupils and staff were invited to come to school wearing something red and the fun events ...

  • Gardens open to help hospice

    A NUMBER of private gardens are opening their doors to the public this summer to raise money for the Heart of Kent Hospice. The garden of Gallants Manor, in Gallants Lane, East Farleigh, will be ...

  • Cash for victim support

    KENT’S Police and Crime Commissioner has awarded a grant of £829,000 to deliver victim services in Kent to Victim Support, a charity with 40 years of experience. The grant was agreed ...

  • E-fit image issued after sex assault

    Detectives investigating allegations of a sexual assault on a teenage girl in Maidstone have released this e-fit image of a man they want to talk to. The alleged attack happened as the girl was ...

  • Youth commissioner post up for debate

    KENT Police and Crime Commissioner Ann Barnes will speak with youth representatives before deciding whether or not to replace Kerry Boyd, whose contract as youth commissioner ended on March 5. The ...