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  • 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 ...

  • Maria captures rise of Maidstone United

    A STUDENT photographer proved her work was of championship material when she helped to document the rise of Maidstone United. Maria Coombes (18), who studies creative media at MidKent College, ...

  • Schools' summer fetes

    Tiger Primary’s Parents and Wider Support (PAWS) group is preparing for their second summer fete, from 11.30am to 2.30pm on Saturday, June 28. The event at New Line Learning Academy, in ...

  • Sculpture on show

    Visually-impaired artist Victoria Claire is holding an exhibition of her sculptures, Through the Eyes of Time, at Sessions House, Maidstone. Victoria, who has the degenerative eye condition ...

  • Allington green meeting

    The annual meeting of Allington Millennium Green Limited will be held on the Green at 19:30 on Tuesday, July 8.All interested people are invited to attend, especially those who live in Bridge ...

  • Rotary hosts annual Weald walk

    The Rotary Club of the Weald of Kent will be hosting its annual North Downs Walk on June 22. The walk starts from Harrietsham village hall between 8am and 11am, and there is a choice of three ...

  • Disney Day for Amanda

    STUDENTS and staff at Invicta Grammar School held a Disney Day to raise funds for the Royal Marsden Hospital. Former students Amanda Slann, who died from leukaemia two years ago, aged just 17, was ...

  • Kent flavour to design awards

    TROPHIES hewn from stone takenfrom Hermitage Quarry in Maidstone will be presented to the winners of this year’s Kent Design and Development Awards. The awards will be sculpted from ...