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Kent has miles upon miles of meandering country lanes and bridle paths, encased by chalk ridges and the valleys of the North Downs Ways and the ancient coastline of the Saxon Shore Way. Immerse yourself in Kent's rich past, or simply take a ride and let steam take the strain on the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway and watch the awe-inspiring coastal scenery go by.Try Europe's largest shopping mall Bluewater near Dartford; Designer fans will find De Bradelei Wharf and McArthur Glen simply irresistible. Discover the 17th Century Pantiles at Royal Tunbridge Wells for antiques and specialists shops. Many villages and towns offer a mix of old world charm, modern shops and colourful markets.

Less than 90 minutes away you can even try your hand at Tax Free shopping by spending a day out in either Belgium or France travelling by catamaran, ferry or simply hopping in the car and going through the Channel Tunnel.Kent is easy to reach either by road rail air or ferry. There are regular train and coach services to all major towns. Whether walking the coastline or discovering the hidden towns set amidst the beautiful scenic Kentish Landscape.

With a wealth of fine restaurants and country pubs, food is a real pleasure in Kent; enjoy shellfish at fish restaurants in Deal for authentic Kentish food look out for the 'Kentish Fare' symbols in pubs and restaurants.



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The latest Kent News from bbc.co.uk:

30/07/2014 12:11 PM
Man 'shoots himself dead in siege'
A man is believed to have shot himself dead during an armed stand-off at a flat in Kent.

30/07/2014 12:59 PM
Ofcom awards new local TV licence
A licence to run a local television station serving Maidstone and Tonbridge is awarded by Ofcom.

30/07/2014 08:20 PM
Beaches open after sewage discharge
The beaches around Thanet are re-opened despite claims that sewage from Monday's pumping station discharges can still be found in the sea.


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