From melting chicks and beehives to chocolate fruit and milkshakes - here are some of the more unusual chocolate creations supermarkets are selling.
From 'stay at home' to 'stay local' we look at what this really means for families in Kent from March 29 when lockdown rules are set to ease.
A year since the start of the pandemic, we look at what life after lockdown may feel like for Kent's children and the projects being set-up to help.
M&S chocolate family The Ombles are being voiced by a pupil from Kent in new Easter campaign adverts.
The disadvantages of lockdown now outweigh the benefits for youngsters, says doctor and TV presenter Dr Ranj, and they must be given some normality.
A brave little boy from Kent is being given a prestigious Gold Blue Peter badge alongside celebrities Marcus Rashford and Greta Thunberg.
There are plans for Easter holiday camps in Kent to take the pressure off working parents and to boost children's confidence after months indoors.
There are just days left to send us your children's Mother's Day drawings for inclusion in our fantastic My Mum supplements. Learn more here:
Demand for foster carers is rising because of the pandemic. One Kent family is sharing their story in the hope of persuading others to find out more.
Stay local, do not travel and don’t mix households is the message to parents ahead of next week's February half term break.
How do you monitor screen time and internet use at home? From toddlers to teens we share some age appropriate expert online safety tips.
Safe homes and better futures: Could you help a vulnerable young person?
PE bags full of equipment are being given free to children, by a Kent sports coaching company, to help them stay active at home during lockdown.
A charity is seeking family ambassadors to join the launch of mile-long community walking events in Kent towns this summer.
Encouraging better mental health is a big part of Children's Mental Health Week but how best can this be achieved?
It's more important than ever to look after our children's mental health and people can access free help during Children’s Mental Health Week.
One of the UK's biggest suppliers of school equipment, based in Kent, is expanding sales to parents in response to the latest school closures.
From online panic rooms to giant balloon models and virtual magic. We look at ways to celebrate a lockdown birthday in Kent...
Bosses at a wildlife park have announced they have been forced to close due to the pressures caused by the pandemic.
An urgent appeal for volunteers has been issued by Childline and the NSPCC, which are experiencing high volumes of calls to helplines.
M&S is offering to top-up the value of the £15 free school meal voucher to £20.
A toy brand, once a regular feature on Kent's high street, has launched home learning ideas and toy discounts for families at home.
With pictures of sparse food packages circulating online, we went to Asda to show what children could be getting for £30.
Schools in Kent are reporting huge increases in the number of pupils attending despite new lockdown measures.
The harsh winter weather and darker days could make the third lockdown the most difficult yet. Here's some tips for getting your family through...
Hours of curriculum-based programmes and learning will be shown through television screens from next week as part of work to help pupils at home.
Mums feeling the effects of coronavirus restrictions are being encouraged to turn to an app that will connect them with other mothers nearby.
Health chiefs are working hard to give thousands of children in Kent a flu spray who missed out because of coronavirus- related school closures.
Shop local and support Kent's producers with these gifts for children's stockings, Christmas Eve boxes or for tucking into over the festive period.
Large numbers of pupils are missing school flu sprays because of bubble closures related to Covid. Health chiefs say the situation is 'challenging'.
A toy shop, with branches across Kent, is extending its opening hours until Christmas in order to meet demand after reopening.
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