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  • Pub of the Week: The William Caxton, Tenterden

    08 July 2014

    The William Caxton in Tenterden is a pretty, traditional Inn, found in the centre of this historic market town.  With cosy traditional bar areas, a restaurant for more formal dining, and a secluded, sunny garden on offer, it is the perfect place to visit whatever the British weather brings.  There are also 3 double en-suite rooms, should you choose to stay a little longer.

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  • Tasty Honour for Shepherd Neame Pub

    07 July 2014

    The Sportsman in Seasalter has been named the UK’s No.2 gastropub in the National Restaurant Awards.  Now in their seventh year, the National Restaurant Awards, organised by Restaurant magazine, recognise the top 100 restaurants in the UK, as voted for by industry experts.

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  • Enjoy an Evening of Country Hits

    06 July 2014

    If you didn’t bag tickets to see country legend Dolly Parton at Glastonbury last weekend, you can still enjoy an evening of her greatest hits closer to home. Acclaimed tribute artist Kelly O'Brien will be performing as the Southern superstar in Faversham on Saturday, July 12.

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  • Featured Recipe: King Prawn Skewers

    05 July 2014

    King prawns on skewers, stuffed with Thai spices. Ideal for barbecuing or as a starter with mixed leaves and citrus mayo.

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  • It’s toodle pip to cor-blimey as modern slang becomes totes amazeballs

    03 July 2014

    If words such as LOL, tidy, selfie and innit mean nothing to you then it might be time you brushed up on your modern slang, with a new poll from Spitfire Ale showing these new terms are catching up with old traditional British sayings. The premium ale brand asked people which slang words and terms – old and new- they use in everyday speech and while almost half still surveyed admit they still say things such as ‘cock-up’ and ‘get your knickers in a twist’, only one in ten at most use terms such as balderdash, cor-blimey, golly gosh, toff and spiffing.

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