From bouncy castles to wigwam sleepovers and animatronic dinosaurs - what does lockdown mean for Kent's party providers and who is now able to reopen?
Earlier this month we asked for messages from grandchildren. But now it's the turn of Kent's grandparents to tell their families they're missing them.
A popular tourist attraction in Kent is appealing for help to survive as it struggles to meet costs.
Almost £200,000 has had to be injected into food distribution projects since lockdown began as more help is needed to feed cash-strapped households.
Are you recording your family's time in lockdown? We've 7 easy ways, including some fantastic downloads, to help you craft a quick time capsule.
We're collecting children's lockdown messages to their grandparents for a special pull-out being published next month. Here's how to send yours.
As we mark a month of lockdown we've been finding out how young people in Kent are coping.
An Emergency Hardship Fund has been launched for families caring for children with complex needs struggling because of the coronavirus outbreak,
A father and son from Kent have designed their own video movie quiz in which players must guess the family films made out of Lego.
From family games to fun with your pets, you've been sending in your entries for our competition, Snapshot Kent. Here's some that we've had so far:
Here are some of the pictures we've had of Kent families coping with lockdown for our photographic competition, Snapshot Kent. Plus how you can enter:
A Kent attraction has announced it is closing its doors for good after 35 years in a city centre.
From virtual games to video calling and pets behaving badly - how is your family getting through lockdown? We want your pictures for Snapshot Kent.
A heart-warming story about the world catching a cold is helping youngsters understand social distancing ahead of the Easter holidays. Watch it here.
A primary school pupil has found a collection of Roman artefacts during her first week of lessons from home.
Nic chats to My Kent Family editor Lauren on the challenges of home schooling during the lockdown.
Did your child's picture feature in one of our My Mum supplements? Here's how to purchase a permanent copy of their artwork.
Halfway through their first week and Our Kent Family took a virtual school trip.
The RSPB, which runs the Big Garden Birdwatch, has launched a new #BreakfastBirdwatch to cut down on anxiety and get us all enjoying nature.
A budget hotel chain says it has a career path for parents requiring flexible working as it attempts to recruit thousands of new staff.
A popular event, which usually welcomes around 10,000 people, will no longer go ahead to try and curb the spread of COVID-19.
Kent doctor and TV presenter Dr Ranj has created a video for children to help them understand the coronvirus outbreak and how it might affect them.
Children will no longer be able to head footballs in training under new FA guidelines, which are of 'no surprise' says a University lecturer.
A Kent secondary school teacher has been shortlisted for one of the biggest prizes in children's literature.
Children as young as five are looking after their parents, a charity has revealed.
Thousands of drawings of Kent mums by their children will once again be printed in special keepsake Mother's Day supplements. All the details here:
Southeastern passengers going to London in half term are being told to check before travelling as engineering work will close a line to the capital.
Take the kids for a free meal with a tasty offer from Britain's oldest brewery. Details of all the restaurants taking part here:
Outgrown shoes are now walking on the feet of children in 45 countries around the world thanks to the work of one mum and her small Kent charity.
A teenager with tens of thousands of followers on social media says the TikTok app has changed his life.
A weather warning in place ahead of Tuesday's afternoon school run has led the Met Office to advise against travel unless 'absolutely necessary'.
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One of Kent's most popular wildlife parks is planning to reopen its gates to about 500 visitors each day.
Kent's Elmer sculpture trail may have been postponed until next year but there's plenty of fun to be had with youngsters this weekend for Elmer Day.
Teens who love photography, writing, art or performing arts are being encouraged to join a county-wide competition with top prizes up for grabs.