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5 Easter Activities to Enjoy at Home

5 Easter Activities to Enjoy at Home
With the recent outbreak of Coronavirus, it’s likely that a lot of us will be spending the Easter Holidays at home avoiding busy events. Once you’ve grown tired of the traditional Easter egg hunt, why not give one of these indoor activities a go? Read More...

8 Top Tips on How to Survive Working from Home

8 Top Tips on How to Survive Working from Home
Over the next few weeks many of us will be following the government guidelines and working remotely within the family home. For some of us, this way of working could face barriers and challenges as we all have differing living environments. It’s important to consider that although this can be a popular way of working, some of us are not lucky enough to have an office set up. Read More...

9 Ways to Spoil Your Mum on Mother’s Day

9 Ways to Spoil Your Mum on Mother’s Day
This Sunday we celebrate our loved ones who play a huge part in our lives. This day is to honour a mother, father, grandparent or other family members who may be integral to our everyday lives by showering us with love and kindness. National Trust parks are due to close their pay-for-entry sites including houses and cafes, but this doesn’t stop you from getting some fresh air outdoors with your own scrumptious packed lunch! Read More...

6 Gardens to Visit in Kent This Spring

6 Gardens to Visit in Kent This Spring
Spring is on its way! As Kent bursts into life with colourful flowers, it would be a shame to miss out on the display of bluebells, daffodils, snowdrops and other beautiful flowers dotted around Kent’s gardens. Here are our 6 of our top picks of gardens and parkland to enjoy in Kent this Spring! Read More...

3 Top Healthy Pancake Recipes for Shrove Tuesday

3 Top Healthy Pancake Recipes for Shrove Tuesday
This year, why not try making some healthy pancakes with the kids? They can still be delicious and mouth-watering but without the sugar. These recipes will encourage the addition of fruit and veg to your plate and the kids will be sure to eat these all year round. Read More...

7 Museums to Visit in Kent This Half Term

7 Museums to Visit in Kent This Half Term
What’s on the agenda for half term? Fancy learning about the history and culture of the county you live in? Kent has a broad range of museums which are inspiring spots for all members of the family to explore. Read on for a few of our favourites! Read More...

8 Things to do in Kent This February Half Term

8 Things to do in Kent This February Half Term
February may bring colder, wetter weather, but with these fantastic events taking place at Kent’s top attractions, there’s no excuse to not get out of the house this February half term! Read on for our top 8 picks of things to do in Kent over the coming week. Read More...

5 Facts You Need To Know About Winnie The Pooh

5 Facts You Need To Know About Winnie The Pooh
Although many of us will have fond memories of reading the loveable collections, we often forget that Winnie the Pooh was inspired by a real bear. Read our 5 facts to find out more about the making of Winnie The Pooh. Read More...

5 Things You Need To Do In Kent Before 2021

5 Things You Need To Do In Kent Before 2021
We all like to make plans and maximise our weekends but do we really get to see the hidden beauties in Kent? If you’d like to try something new this year and want to explore various types of cuisine or sightseeing, then look no further as we have put together our top 5 bucket list for 2020! Read More...

What’s On in Kent Christmas Holidays 2019

What’s On in Kent Christmas Holidays 2019
On the lookout for the best festive events taking place in Kent over the Christmas Holidays to keep your little ones (and yourself!) entertained? From visiting Father Christmas to ice skating and train rides, there’s plenty going on in the county over the next few weeks. Here are our top picks! Read More...