Mid Sussex Play Days and Skate Fests 2023

This summer, Mid Sussex District Council is hosting a variety of free events for the family across the whole district. The popular Play Days events until August 24th. Aimed at families with children under 10, activities at the events include puppet shows, crazy golf courses, soft play, circus skills, arts and craft stalls, and DJ Read the full article…

Fundraising auction and raffle for Whitstable Carnival

Before the Covid pandemic struck, I helped to organise a fundraising auction and raffle for Whitstable Carnival with my friend and fellow author, Chris Stone.   Those who came along agree that it was a memorable evening with a poetry recital, songs performed by Reverend Simon Tillotson and over £2,000 raised from bids for items Read the full article…

The Importance of Wellbeing and Looking After It

In today’s fast-paced and demanding world, taking care of our wellbeing has become more crucial than ever. Wellbeing encompasses both our physical and mental health, and neglecting it can lead to negative consequences in various aspects of our lives. In celebration of World Wellbeing Week from 26th June, this article highlights the importance of prioritizing Read the full article…

Help This World Environment Day

How We Can Help This World Environment Day on 5th June World Environment Day, observed on the 5th of June each year, serves as a global platform to raise awareness and inspire action towards environmental protection. We aim to highlight practical ways in which individuals can contribute to this important cause and make a positive Read the full article…

Get your tickets for Daisy Pulls it Off at The Playhouse

This May on the 11th and 13th, The Playhouse in Whitstable will be entertaining those in attendance with their production of Daisy Pulls It Off. CommunityAd sat down with the director of Daisy Pulls it Off, Justine Sewell, and the Publicity Officer, Lucie Nash to find out more about this wonderful show… What can the Read the full article…

Pack a picnic fit for a king – Coronation Weekend

Celebrate the King’s coronation weekend on the 8th May this year with a royally-tasty lunch that would fit perfectly in Buckingham Palace itself. If there’s ever a day to flourish the pinkie and delve into the English tradition of chivalry and manners, it’s the upcoming coronation weekend and what better way to celebrate than a Read the full article…

Voter ID is coming to Canterbury district’s elections

On Thursday 4 May this year there will be elections for all 39 city councillors and in some areas of the Canterbury district, elections to parish councils. The government has decided to introduce voter identification for these elections. If you want to vote at the polling station in these elections, then as well as being Read the full article…

Mr Doodle original artwork coming up for auction in Kent

A rare original artwork produced by perhaps Britain’s hottest artist of the moment, Mr Doodle, is coming up for auction in December at the Canterbury Auction Galleries. Called Doughnut Dance, the cheerful confusion of figures, shapes – and a signature doughnut – is now instantly recognisable as the work of young Kent artist Mr Doodle, Read the full article…

Remember, Remember, 5th November 2022!

Bonfire Night (5th November 2022) only comes round once a year so why not enjoy a local event in your community? For those looking to celebrate their weekend with a bang, to gather round a crackling fire with loved ones and look on as the skies above light up, you’re in the right place – Read the full article…

On Set with Deal’s David Easter and co

There’s a few perks to this reporting/writing gig, occasionally I’ll be gifted a free pass to a show or festival, occasionally I’ll receive a flattering email (it’s happened twice in five years- that warrants occasionally in my book) and I’ve even had an email offer to make me a cheesecake, sadly it hasn’t arrived of Read the full article…

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