Sevenoaks Soroptimists are restoring the Vine Sensory garden and surrounds. Last year, they started work on restoring the herb garden
The first Soroptimist club was set up, by 80 women, 100 years ago (1921) in California to improve the rights and status of women in a male dominated world.
Help the Canterbury Soroptimists find the Inspirational Woman of 2021
In the early Anglo-Saxon era , “double houses”, were for both males and females dedicated to life in a religious order.
Would Dovorians benefit if Dover became a Free Port?
Should the town own the Port of Dover
Photographers on both sides of the Channel are being obstructed in their legitimate public interest pursuit of what is happening in and around migrant camps.
Guston residents, in their fight against Government plans to build an inland border facility (IBF) lorry park, have been given new hope.
The current Prime Minister apparently models himself on Churchill. In turn, Churchill’s admiration for Napoleon was not as unusual as it now appears.
The UK’s first ever job advert for two Bison rangers has seen a huge amount of applicant