Living in destitution: the National Institute of Economic and Social Research has released a report predicting a 31% increase in destitution.
Wheels of Time is a partnership of participating museums and heritage sites in Kent. aimed at encouraging children and families to explore.
In discussing “How Britain Ends”, Esler reminded the audience that Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland use a proportional voting system rather than FPTP. He said that the only European nations using FPTP were the UK and (strangely) Belarus.
Food on the table with fibre for healthy eating
Spring time traditions are welcoming winter and pagan celebration of life
Are you retired and available? Have you considered volunteering? Linda shares some of the joy she gets from driving clients as a volunteer.
Zoroastrianism in the Middle East On the Spring Equinox (20 or 21 March), people in Iran and many other countries of the Middle East, celebrate the festival, Nowruz. The picture above is a table laid ceremonially with the symbols of this festival: there are candles, plants, flowers sprouting seeds, bread, cheese, rosewater, wine, a mirror, […]
None of us are okay until all are okay. This is a maxim I believe. This was the prevailing attitude in the 1970s and it is something worth being nostalgic about.
From Saturday 2 April – Monday 18 April, Kent’s most egg-cellent animal park, Wildwood, will be helping visitors put a spring in their step with a host of fun activities and a line-up of furry favourites.
Everyone needs food to survive, yet we as a country actively decrease our food security by not taking food production seriously