A new climate forum in Dover calls on the District Council to listen. Its aim is to speak on behalf of a variety of community groups.
Racism, sexism and misogyny are endemic within our institutions. Jan Fuscoe believes that a new law, CHIS, is a threat to the rule of law.
Southern Water has been found guilty and given a hefty fine for allowing raw sewage into swimming water around Kent and Sussex shores.
“The Larkins” is a reboot of the 1990s ITV series “The Darling Buds of May”, about a family of farmers living in a Kent village in the 1950s.
Kent Scouts use Shelterbox to mark World Habitat Day. Scouts taking part are encouraged to design and build their own temporary shelter.
During Covid, a food bank which used to supply 200 food parcels per month had to hand out the equivalent of 200 food parcels per week
This year the annual Tenterden Folk Festival took place in torrential rain. But undaunted by the weather the music and dancing went on.
Concerned citizens of the Medway Towns have established Towards Plastic Free Medway to seek ways of achieving a river clear of plastic.
We present two poems, plus reference to one published earlier to celebrate the big poetry weekend, in the wake of National Poetry Day
Out of sight, out of mind. The Invisible workers who clean our offices, slaughter our cattle, make our sandwiches. Poetry Week.