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Problem Plans: Maximising floor space, minimising cost

Need more space but can’t afford to extend? Architect Louise Priestman shows how reconfiguring an existing footprint can be cheaper and quicker.


A Feast for all the Senses

We had an exclusive look at the Pig at Bridge Place, now that this beautiful 17th Century Manor House has been transformed into its new incarnation as lifestyle restaurant with rooms.


Building on the Past

A T Palmer Ltd, respected historic building, conservation and restoration specialist contractors, undertook the renovation of Little Smarden House.


Kent Farmers’ Markets

Where to buy fresh seasonal produce – upcoming market days in Kent, through to August 2019


Gregg’s Italian Family Cookbook

Gregg Wallace has fallen in love with Italian cuisine. Along with his wife Anna, and a little help from her Italian parents, he has created a simple Italian cookbook so we can all enjoy traditional Italian cuisine at home.


A Cherry on Top

Of all tree fruits the cherry stands head and shoulders above the rest for sheer juicy indulgence and lip-staining goodness. These tempting teasers fill the mouth with their moreish aroma, an almost addictive experience that’s led to many a sugar rush.


Oxney Court

The story of one of Kent’s most atmospheric estates


Beautiful Belmont

Named for its elevated site above panoramic views of the North Downs, Belmont House – literally ‘Beautiful Mountain’ – is an elegant Georgian home with an interesting history and much to offer visitors inside and out.


Summer Gardening

It’s suddenly the season of sweet peas, strawberries and summer sowing. This is a wonderful time in the garden, when flowers are starting to appear in abundance and there’s plenty to harvest in the vegetable patch.


Family-owned business celebrates 40 years

One of Kent’s best known food & drink businesses is celebrating its 40th birthday this June.