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  • Charity for hearing impaired needs volunteers

    Hi Kent, the charity that supportsdeaf and hard-of-hearingpeople throughout Kent, is looking for volunteers to help with hearing aid maintenance at its clinics in Wateringbury. No ...

  • Train takes the strain out of learning

    CHILDREN about to embark on the next stage of their education have been given some confidence-boosting tips on train travel. The Kent Community Rail Partnership, supported by KCC, took year 6 ...

  • Gigging with Maidstone Town Team

    Gigging with MaidstoneTown Team Following the success of the Maidstone Arts Festival in June and July, Maidstone Town Team has been given additional funding from Maidstone Borough Council to ...

  • Residents get with the rhythm

    RESIDENTS at a Wateringbury rest home are getting into the groove with music and movement. The monthly sessions are a huge success with all residents at Greensted, who claim they enjoy the social ...

  • Beer and cider festival

    CAMRA’S East Malling Beer and Cider Festival will take place in the grounds of East Malling Research, from 11am to 8pm on Saturday, September 7. There will be a free shuttle bus service running ...

  • Six-a-side league needs players

    Six-a-side league needs players The Maidstone 6-a-Side Football League is looking for teams now for the new Autumn-Winter 2013 Season starting this September. Games are played on the Astroturf ...

  • Recruitment agency expanding

    MAIDSTONE recruitment firm Adapt Resourcing is diversifying into the contract market following a cash boost from NatWest and RBS invoice financing (RBSIF). The firm, which has been in ...

  • Summer fayre raises £5000

    Summer fair raises £5,000 MAIDSTONE Mencap ‘s grand summer fayre made an expected profit of at least £5,000.to help continue the work of its playschool and clubs for adults and ...