In a series of letters we learn that Guston IBF near Dover is no longer needed, and will not be completed, to the delight of local residents.
Charlotte recounts the experience of using the NHS over the Jubilee weekend, with all systems under strain, including GPs and Ambulances.
Sarah Gleave reports on the Port of Dover’s recent commitments to reduce its carbon footprint to zero by the year 2025
On the weekend of 30 April/1 May, ten panels of the developing Romney Marsh Tapestry went on display courtesy of the Fifth Continent Landscape Partnership Scheme.
Members of IMOS raised the Romney Marsh Standard in the village of Gadheim, at the geographical centre of the EU, on Tuesday 17 May 2022.
Frances Williams explores the problem of waste disposal in Kent, to recycle or especially whether to incinerate or not.
This May half-term Wildwood Kent celebrates our bugs in all their glory. Come and explore these darling creatures.
Charlotte Mbali assesses the election results for two boroughs in Kent which held elections recently. She compares parties and manifestos.
South East Water are conducting a poll among their customers, inviting them to comment on the company’s 25-year plan
“All change for Ashford” is a drama about the development of the railways through Ashford. It is enacted around the old town centre church.