A Bluewater toy shop is celebrating the reopening of its store on Monday after lockdown with a goody bag giveaway.
Drive-in cinemas are making a comeback with the lighter warmer evenings. Here's where you can catch a family film from this month.
Blankets and chairs at the ready! Outdoor theatre is returning to Kent and there's some fantastic open air shows for families this spring and summer.
Have your children enjoyed getting creative in lockdown? Art lessons for children and teenagers are beginning in Kent this April. Learn more here:
From nature trails to egg hunts, we round up all of the Easter activities happening in Kent this weekend and throughout the school holidays:
Families are being encouraged to join in with thousands of girl guides at their spring social event, taking place virtually on YouTube next month.
As parents continue to find unique ways to make children's lockdown birthdays magical, one party company in Kent believes it has the answer.
We may still be eagerly anticipating the official start to spring, but Christmas at Bedgebury tickets are available to buy from this week.
Pop star Olly Murs has announced his tour date in Kent has had to be pushed back, but will still go ahead this year and tickets are still available.
Children's entertainers who would ordinarily be running parties in Kent are turning to Zoom to set a world record and need your help!
Axel Scheffler's Pip and Posy books are being turned into a television series by the makers of The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom.
We are getting ready to publish thousands of children's My Mum drawings ahead of Mother's Day. Here's how to get your copy of the special pull-out:
A colourful art trail based on a world famous children's book character is back this summer bringing some much needed joy to a town centre.
A brave little boy from Kent is being given a prestigious Gold Blue Peter badge alongside celebrities Marcus Rashford and Greta Thunberg.
Is your child passionate about the planet? This competition, where winners' work will be shown to world leaders, may be the ideal lockdown activity.
Not sure how to keep the kids amused during half term? Here's 50 suggestions of things to do for anyone in need of fresh inspiration...
From jewellery design to becoming a museum curator - a Kent museum is trying to help parents keep kids busy with some fun activities to do at home.
A performing arts group is supporting children's mental health by offering free singing classes, which has proven benefits for wellbeing.
A charity is seeking family ambassadors to join the launch of mile-long community walking events in Kent towns this summer.
Are you ready to rock out? Tickets have gone on sale to see popular musical School of Rock in Kent at the end of the year.
Encouraging better mental health is a big part of Children's Mental Health Week but how best can this be achieved?
The largest wildlife survey in the world is happening this weekend - the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch - and anyone in Kent can take part. Here's how:
From online panic rooms to giant balloon models and virtual magic. We look at ways to celebrate a lockdown birthday in Kent...
Kent Fire and Rescue Service is holding a virtual open day to show youngsters in lockdown around one of its fire stations.
One of Kent's most popular classes for children is opening its classes to all children under six, free of charge.
The Tom Gates book series is to be turned into a television series starting later this month.
Kent's biggest theatre has created a free stream of its pantomime this year which is available to watch until January.
Families are being asked to ring bells on their doorstep on Christmas Eve as part of a campaign to combat loneliness and help Santa on his way...
A festive lights trail has decided to extend its run further into January due to overwhelming popularity.
Disney's Bedknobs and Broomsticks is being brought to life in a magical new musical and will stop at two Kent theatres next year.
A Kent village is unveiling 24 festive windows this month to give families a covid-secure Christmas outing to enjoy.
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Wild animal parks in Kent have been given the green light to reopen on Monday, April 12. Here's all you need to know about visiting one in Kent:
A Kent vaccine centre is opening to teenagers next week who have missed a routine school injection because of lockdown.
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