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  • 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 ...

  • Get Maidstone working

    JOBSEEKERS can meet local employers, find out about job opportunities and get advice on applying for work at a jobs fair organised by Golding Homes, Maidstone Council and Jobcentre Plus. The ...

  • Competition is a piece of cake

    The Olde Thirsty Pig pub in Maidstone is hosting a charity baking competition to raise money for the Blackthorn Trust. Bakers are invited to bring their finest creations to the pub by 7pm on April ...

  • Celebrating England and St George

    An afternoon of entertainment has been arranged in Jubilee Square, Maidstone, to mark St George’s Day. As well as Morris dancing, there will be dramatic piece on all things English by ...

  • TRY Angle award nominations invited

    Do you know a young person who deserves to be recognised? The Try Angle Awards, now in their 20th year, area great way of recognising the achievements of young people who TRY their ...

  • Hadlow student in regional final

    A STUDENT at Hadlow College has made it through to the regional finals of the Young Horticulturist of the Year competition. Billy Stott (19) is a residential studenttaking a BSc (Hons) in ...

  • Dog Whisperer course

    “DOG Whisperer” Glen Sandford will be helping dog owners with their pets on a two-day course at Coxheath Village Hall. The course, which costs £99, runs from 8am to 5pm on May 3 ...

  • Top boss joins Sport Relief run

    LARKFIELD-based staff from Sainsbury’s ran with the company’s chief executive Justin King in his Sport Relief mile challenge at Aylesford. The supermarket boss completed several laps ...