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  • 'Work hub' for small businesses

    Maidstone Council is considering setting up a work hub in Maidstone town centre. The space would give residents access to shared office facilities designed to appeal to the modern ways people ...

  • A249 closed for mains repairs

    South East Water is urging motorists to think ahead as essential water work along the A249 Sittingbourne Road begins next month. Following a number of bursts, a 730-metre section of pipeline is ...

  • Greens to oppose fracking in Kent

    MAIDSTONE Greens have vowed to be on the front line opposing fracking if new sites are proposed in Kent. Following the outrage in Balcombe, West Sussex, the Greens have vowed they will lead the ...

  • Tudor Park’s new man at the helm

    Michael Regenhardt is the new general manager at Tudor Park, a Marriott Hotel and Country Club in Bearsted. With almost 30 years’ experience in the German and English hospitality industry, ...

  • A century of weddings in one day

    A century of weddings in one day WEDDING frocks and flowers were in abundance when West Farleigh Church threw open its doors for a fabulous wedding-themed flower festival. Titled ‘A ...

  • Museum to offer spooky sleepover

    Museum to offer spooky sleepover IF you fancy a spooky sleepover, how about joining your ‘mummy’ for an Egyptian night at Maidstone Museum? Maidstone Museum & Bentlif Art ...

  • Calling all one-man bands

    Calling all one-man bands WOULD-be music men and women are being asked to don their thinking caps – and a range of music-making equipment to become ‘one man bands’ for a ...

  • Memory walk campaign launched

    Memory walk campaign launch A FORMER East Farleigh man has helped kickstart a national Memory Walk campaign for the Alzheimer’s Society. Brian Fuller, who recently moved from the village ...