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  • Hunt for missing giraffe

    ORGANISERSof a nearly new sale at Cornwallis Academy are appealing for help to find a child’s lost toy. The stuffed giraffe went missing at the sale on Saturday, June 21. Sellers who ...

  • No Limits back at Wonderland

    No Limits, a fortnightly event for people with disabilities, is back at Wonderland, Maidstone. The nights, run in conjunction with Topaz community charity, had to stop after flooding hit the ...

  • Drop in for a dog's dinner

    Dog owners can enjoy a meal out with their pets while supporting a life-saving cause when they visit the Cock Inn in Boughton Monchelsea. The pet-friendly pub, which is a regular stopping point ...

  • Keep your eye on the ball

    ONEfootball fan could be celebrating on World Cup final day, whether or not their team lifts the trophy. The Village Optician in Holborough Road, Snodland is running a spot the ball ...

  • Gardens open for hospice

    THE large cottage garden at The Dairy House in Loose will be open as part of the Heart of Kent Hospice Open Gardens Scheme from 2 to 5pm on June 22. The suggested donation is £5, and ...

  • Air ambulance lottery prize

    THE £247 weekly Air Ambulance lottery prize landed in Maidstone this month.David Richardson was the lucky winner when his lottery number was drawn. The 24/7 Club lottery is just ...

  • Family fun day

    MidKent College is holding a family fun dayat its Maidstone campus. A bouncy castle, barbecue, live music and lots more fun and games will be on offer, as well as the opportunity for ...

  • Funding for community projects

    RESIDENTS of High Street ward can vote for their favourite projects to receive a share of £5,500 in the latest round of Community First High Street funding. Four applications were judged by ...