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  • Only girls allowed at Guiding centenary celebration

    YOUNG women from Maidstone joined thousands of Girlguiding members in London to mark the centenary of Senior Section. Mote Rangers were among the 5,000 girls and young women aged from five to 25 ...

  • Eggstra special day

    MAIDSTONE Football Club sent a special team to visit young patients at Maidstone Hospital today. The players, an Easter chick and a representative from Tesco, which provided the eggs, passed ...

  • Building the future

    A CONSTRUCTION firm from Maidstone says more needs to be done to promote the value of apprenticeships to fuel the growth in the building industry. Julie Anderson, from RAP Interiors - whose head ...

  • Volunteers meet organisations to share ideas

    Voluntary and community groups joined public and private sector organisations from across the county to learn more about each other and find opportunities to connect and share ideas. About 100 ...

  • Volunteer to help victims of crime

    If you have been thinking about volunteering your time, now is the ideal time to take action, according to Victim Support. The organisation is looking for dedicated people who are looking for a ...

  • Bags of help for pond project

    A POND-dipping project at Leybourne Lakes Country Park was chosen to receive funding as part of Tesco’s Bags of Help initiative, with the public voting on how much it should receive. Tesco, ...

  • Bridge cash on offer

    ORGANISATIONS are invited to apply for grants to bridge the gap in their funds for heritage projects, with £200 to £25,000 on offer from one of the country’s oldest ...

  • Free wifi at all libraries

    VISITORSto any of Kent’s 99 libraries can now get online with free wifi. It has been made possible after Kent County Council secured full funding from Arts Council England to complete ...