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  • Finance team joins hospice run

    ABOUT 25 members of staff from Cabot Financial based in Kings Hill will be putting on their running gear to take part in Heart of Kent Hospice’s Brands Hatch 10k on Friday June ...

  • Show off your pet at dog show

    IS your dog the most handsome fella or the loveliest lady?Perhaps they’re the best biscuit catcher or the scruffiest mutt? Whatever their charms, you can put them to the test at a fun ...

  • School hosts summer fete

    A FAMILY barbecue and treasure hunt will be the high spots of this year’s Friends of Laddingford School Summer Fete, held on the Jubilee Field on July 27. The treasure hunt costs £10 ...

  • Childline offers help with exam stress

    THE charity ChildLine has offered advice to pupils who might be suffering from exam stress. For the first time, school and education issues have emerged as a top concern among those contacting the ...

  • Celebration walk

    THOSE of you who enjoy flexing your feet in the country are in for a treat when the North Downs Walk celebrates its 30th birthday. Walkers are invited to step out on a three-, six- or nine-mile ...

  • Business offered a sporting challenge

    Companies across Kent are being invited to take part in the county’s first ever Business Games. Teams will battle it out in adapted versions of sports such as kwik cricket, touch rugby, ...

  • Share your health experiences

    The independent voice for patients and social care users, Healthwatch Kent is bringing its high profile tour of the county to Maidstone on 9th June, parking its double decker Big Red Bus outside the ...

  • Hi-tech help

    SIGHT loss charity RNIB is leading a £5.8m project to get more deaf and blind people from the area confident about using smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers. The Big Lottery ...