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  • Peppa Pig to visit Aylesford store

    KIDS’ favourite Peppa Pig is to visit Smyths Toys Superstore on the Aylesford Retail Park. The loveable, but slightly bossy little pig, will be taking a break from jumping in muddy puddles ...

  • Join the big dig at villa site

    WHILE some of us will be out hunting for eggs over Easter, others have a more historic kind of "dig" in mind. The KAFS (Kent Archaeological Field School) is continuing its excavation and ...

  • Pupils take on 24-hour basketball challenge

    Children at Sutton Valence Prep School gave up their sleep to help raise funds for Sport Relief. The whole school – from the nursery upwards – joined in a 24-hour basketball ...

  • Sports club plans car park

    WEST Farleigh Sports Club has applied to build a car park on the opposite side of the road to its clubhouse in Charlton Lane. Motorists have complained about their cars being damaged while trying ...

  • Come to charity's May fair

    Visitors will be invited to tour the farm and gardens when Dandelion Time holds its May Fair from 1-4pm on May 10. There will also be stalls, games and races, craft, woodworking, a barbecue and ...

  • Roundabout lights return

    DRIVERS are being warned about lane closures on Stockbury roundabout as the traffic lights’ system is re-introduced. The Highways Agency says it accepts some motorists will be disappointed ...

  • Capture spring in a picture

    KENT County Council’s latest project - Six Ways to Wellbeing - is inviting everyone to upload a photo of a spring view which lifts their spirits. "Taking notice" of the world ...

  • Parking proposals for Tonbridge and Malling

    A PROPOSAL to implement double yellow lines in Aylesford has been criticised by residents. The restriction on both sides of The Oaks would help to prevent parking problems caused by Aylesford ...