As autumn approaches in the UK, the annual flu vaccination campaign takes centre stage in our healthcare system.
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This global awareness month encourages individuals to make mindful choices about what they consume and the impact it has on the environment.
Tunbridge Wells stands out as a haven for antique aficionados, hosting a variety of events that showcase unique pieces from the past.
In the UK, where maritime culture runs deep, seafood is more than just a meal – it’s a tradition, a source of sustenance and a delicacy celebrated from coast to coast.
Afternoon Tea Week is a much-loved annual event that pays homage to a tradition that blends elegance, indulgence and camaraderie.
Every year on July 28th, chocolate enthusiasts all over the world come together to celebrate a National Milk Chocolate Day.
Established with the aim to raise awareness of the phenomena that is jazz music; one of America’s most popular cultural achievements and global exports.
Ensure a household of happy bunnies this Easter courtesy of The Pantiles. Our stores and services are choc-a-block with tempting treats, spring styles, beauty booty and eggs-cellent gadgets.
Back for its eighth year, The Great British Spring Clean is run by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy.
The fortnight is dedicated to engaging, informing and educating people across the globe about the importance of Fairtrade, climate change and the future of our food.
Flipping fantastic – it’s nearly Pancake Day! It is the chance to grab your mixing bowl, whisk and frying pan and dish up a mouth-watering meal for the family.
Even though we are edging toward Spring, February has started with a distinct chill in the air – meaning there is no better time to celebrate Hot Breakfast Month!
January is the perfect opportunity to shrug off post-Christmas blues, get socialising and improve your dog’s wellbeing as well as your own.
The period between Christmas and New Year often sees our usual routines out the window and our homes decidedly messier.
On the day, the nation is encouraged to ‘shop small’ and support local business.
The festival of delights is a testament to the incredible quality and wide variety of food available locally and further afield.
Following on from the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen’s funeral will take place at Westminster Abbey on Monday 19th September.
On the first Friday of every August, it is International Beer Day (IBD). The purpose of the day is to discover and enjoy beer, and to acknowledge the people who make and serve it.
With children about to break up from school for the summer holidays, Kent libraries are calling for youngsters to sign up to the Kent Summer Reading Challenge and read six library books.
Large parts of England will be experiencing a heatwave this week, and heatwave alerts have been issued across the country.
The aim is to help thousands of local businesses and increase footfall into town and village centres.
From supermarkets to pubs and independent wine merchants to restaurants, it is the perfect time to enjoy the vast array of English wines on offer at a variety of venues.
This week commemorates The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and a four-day UK bank holiday weekend of celebration will take place from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th June 2022.
April is Jazz Appreciation Month and is the perfect time to celebrate Jazz on The Pantiles.
Children across Kent are being invited to take part in The Kent Big Writing Challenge, with a prize-giving ceremony at Canterbury Cathedral in August.
This annual awareness week, which aligns with Lyme Disease Awareness Month, provides the opportunity to learn about prevention and protection against ticks.
Dedicated to engaging, informing and educating people about the importance of Fairtrade, climate change and the future of our food.
A level two cold weather alert was announced for Kent by the Met Office last week.
Next weekend is Christmas Day and seasonal festivities are well underway in and around The Pantiles.
Those eligible for the free flu vaccine are being urged to book their appointment as soon as possible in a new film campaign.
Two new services providing support to people who have been bereaved are being launched in Kent.
In this week’s blog, we’re exploring ways in which you can pamper your pooch on their special day.
The Government recently announced that it was extending its grant funding until September this year.
Plastic Free July is a global movement that aims to minimise plastic pollution so we can enjoy cleaner streets, oceans and communities.
The week explores the work of everyone associated with the Armed Forces.
In this week’s blog, we’re here to give you some ideas on what you can do to share the love with your old man.
That’s right – as of Monday 17 May, England entered Step Three of the Government’s roadmap.
On Monday 12th April, the majority of non-essential shops, as well as hairdressers, gyms and outdoor hospitality, reopened in England.
With a mere 11 days until the big day, there’s no better way to get into the Christmas spirit than with The Pantiles! From gorgeous gift ideas to tempting treats, be sure to pay the historic street a visit this December.
For customers to shop at our essential retailers, The Pantiles will remain open throughout the lockdown.
Offering 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic beverages to eat or drink in any restaurant – the offer is in operation every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout the month of August!
Shop doors reopened greeting a flurry of customers; it was a resounding success for the retail sector.
One in ten people in the UK have experienced it at least once, but for around 10% of the population the persistent sound never goes away.
Rescue dogs are being overlooked due to the public’s preoccupation with fashionable breeds.
Christmas should be a time for festivities and fun, but dog owners must also be on their guard.
On the day, the Nation is encouraged to ‘shop small’ and support local business.
With performances, street theatre, talks and workshops from local, national and international artists – there’s something for the whole family to enjoy!
The Honey bee is the world’s most important pollinator of food crops and it is estimated that one third of the food that we consume daily relies on pollination, mainly by bees.