Schools and nurseries in Kent are seeing cases of hand, foot and mouth disease says Public Health England.
It's popular Christmas Show is watched on repeat by youngsters and for the first time ever the production is heading for Kent cinemas.
Still not sure what to get the kids for Christmas? The toy experts have released the ultimate independent list.
A prominent Kent roads campaigner is calling for a ban on dedicated parent and child car parking spaces.
Orlando Bloom reads his bedtime story on Cbeebies this week.
Is your child due to start school next September? Applications are now open for families wanting a primary school place in Kent.
Snap up the bargains and get them delivered in time for Christmas with a budget supermarket's new online toy shop.
Lord of the Rings star and Kent-born actor Orlando Bloom has been announced as the latest famous face to settle down with a Cbeebies Bedtime Story.
GP and Strictly star Dr Ranj explains to My Kent Family why families should sign their children up to this year's winter flu vaccination programme.
It's the song that has been driving parents mad since it became an internet hit. But now Baby Shark could have a far greater purpose - saving lives.
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Tunbridge Wells - December 12
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The number of children and teenagers seeking support for anxiety has almost doubled in the last two years, according to a charity's latest figures.
Children are having to practise lockdown drills to prepare for gunmen, terrorists, or intruders in Kent Schools.