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The West Kent Mind Spectacular Fundraising Online Auction!

West Kent Mind is a local mental health charity, with a mission to enrich lives through better mental health by offering support to Get Well, Stay Well, Thrive. Having been unable to run the usual programme of fundraising events, the charity is running an online auction to raise vital funds to continue providing responsive and

Announcing The Tenterden Folk Festival 2021 !

Thursday 30th September to Sunday 3rd October   With some very special events lined up for you to enjoy as well as a near normal mix of concerts, song and music sessions, workshops, sea songs and shanties session, meet the guest events, dance displays, procession, crafts and stalls, free music stage, etc! Big WOW and

What’s On At The Sinden Theatre This Autumn?

The Sinden Theatre announces its Autumn programme ! A 231 seated venue located within the grounds of Homewood School in the heart of the Weald, with a wide variety of shows from local Stage schools, Dance academies and Drama groups. As well as hosting regular school productions The Sinden provides a wide diversity of entertainment for the area, from

The Cranbrook Literature Festival is back !

The Cranbrook Literature Festival is back this year having been Covid postponed last September. The event takes place on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th September bringing children and adult authors, poetry, creative writing workshops, discussion, and competitions to Cranbrook. The Cranbrook Literature Festival is a two-day, biennial event held to celebrate Cranbrook’s literary heritage and

Cranbrook Music Festival

Come and join us in Cranbrook this September for Cranfest 2021 !   Cranbrook Music Festival begins on the evening of Friday 3rd September and continues all day on Saturday 4th September. There will be an amazing array of different artists playing throughout plus local school bands and, with the exception of the two headline

The Rye International Jazz & Blues Festival 2021

Celebrate the Best of British Live Music by the Seaside ! The Rye International Jazz & Blues Festival has announced a series of headline concerts on an outdoor stage on the beachside South Lawn of the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea from 26th to 30th August 2021. There are limited tickets available, so

Spitfire Diamond Nine’s Flying Over Kent

The annual Battle of Britain held at Headcorn Aerodrome this Summer will feature the Spitfire Diamond Nine Planes and the striking Silver Spitfire. Organisers have announced that planes including these will be soaring through Kent’s skies during Spitfire Diamond Nine! The Battle of Britain celebration of the British WW2 victory in the skies of the

Where Can We Go In Kent?

With many restrictions lifting this week, many of Kent’s parks, attractions, take aways and pubs are finally re-opening their doors. But where can we go in Kent? We’ve put together a list of great places to visit across the county. Hop Farm Family Park The Hop Farm is Kent’s iconic and historic landmark. Featuring the world’s

Get Together For A Picnic This Spring

Time to get together for a picnic this Spring. Now that we are able to meet in a group of 6 or with another household outside, its time to enjoy the Spring sunshine. Whilst we can’t eat in just yet, picnics are the perfect substitute! So make up your hamper or look out for take

Easter Days Out In West Sussex

With the gradual easing of lock down restrictions in the coming weeks, we are planning ahead for Easter! There are some great places to visit in West Sussex this Spring, many with large outdoor spaces and social distancing rules in place.   Staunton Country Park With 3 family friendly nature trails and a 1,000 acres

Historical Architecture In The South East

Now is a great time to explore the historical architecture on your doorstep. Throughout the Weald, we are fortunate to have a variety of stunning Castles, Clock Towers, Towers and houses all over Kent, Sussex, Hampshire and Surrey. Whilst many may still be closed to visitors for the next few months, most have open grounds

LIVE Animal Webcams You Can Watch From Home

Are you missing being able to see animals in our wildlife and safari parks across the South East? Everybody loves animals, especially children but sadly we’ve not had many opportunities to visit in recent times. Whilst we can’t see the animals in person this half term, we can still get up close and find out

Local Lockdown Walks In The South East

Lockdown walks in the South East   Looking for lockdown walks in the South East ? As 2021 gets underway, its important to stay local and adhere to national guidelines. Luckily there are plenty of stunning locations across the South East to walk around during lockdown. Now is a great time to explore the countryside

Kent and Sussex still up for some spooky half-term fun !

Everything feels a little different this year. However, it can be fun finding new ways to celebrate the season while keeping yourself and others safe. We’ve loved exploring all the fun activities still available to enjoy this Halloween across Kent and Sussex, and we hope you do too! Wicked ways to be spooked! Penshurst Place

Getting away from it all this Autumn

Autumn is a truly stunning season as we watch the leaves turn from green to golden yellow and red. As Government guidelines continue to encourage us to stay apart, where better to do this than across some of Kent and Sussex’s most secluded beauty spots. Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside! For

How to keep the kids entertained as we emerge from lock down this Summer.

No one deserves a pat on the back more than those who’ve been stuck indoors with young children during lockdown! Over the past four months, we’ve learnt to become expert bakers, den makers, painters and of course skilled influencers and negotiators. Suffice to say, it’s been challenging at times! As we emerge from lockdown and

Cheaper days out this summer thanks to the VAT slash !

In a recent post, we explored eateries across Kent and Sussex who were participating in the latest ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme, as part of the Government’s £5bn support initiative to sustain jobs and aid economic recovery across the hospitality and tourism sectors. As part of the deal, the Chancellor also announced a six-month