Archive for the ‘Leisure’ category

Artist creates ‘full-size’ sculptures for The War and Peace Revival

Artist creates ‘full-size’ sculptures for The War and Peace Revival There’s something new for this year’s War and Peace Revival! Exploring the art world, there will be a display of ‘full-height’ statues depicting soldiers and civilians from the war time period. The organisers of The War and Peace Revival are delighted to be able to […]

Kent Tourism & Culture Chiefs Drive National Debate

Kent Tourism & Culture Chiefs Drive National Debate A team of culture and tourism heavyweights from across Kent is making their voices heard during a two-day Tourism Society Symposium marking the start of the International Festival of Business (IFB) in Liverpool. Prime Minister David Cameron will officially open the IFB, which runs from June 2 […]

Edifier Launches Extreme Connect

Edifier Launches Extreme Connect Since its inception in 1996, Edifier has developed a worldwide reputation for developing and Marketing visionary speaker systems that combine state-of-the-art design with a sound quality reflecting one of their core strengths: ‘Passion for sound’. Edifier announces its latest addition to its Image range – the Extreme Connect. The Extreme Connect […]

Dover Marina Open Day

Dover Marina Open Day. Back by popular demand, Dover Marina Open Day returns on Saturday 17th May to provide both budding mariners and those already enjoying the fantastic community benefits of sailing at the Port’s award-winning marina with the chance to try something new. In partnership with the Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club (RCPYC) and […]

Dover Port sees growth over key Easter period

Dover Port sees growth over key Easter period The timing of Easter might ebb and flow like the tides, but what is clear is that the flow of tourist customers choosing Europe’s busiest ferry port is growing as the Port of Dover’s work to transform customer service continues. Comparing the March-April period for 2013 with […]

A Fresh Look for Kent’s Coastal Hotel

A Fresh Look for Kent’s Coastal Hotel This Grand Old Lady, otherwise known as the Mercure Imperial Hythe Hotel & Spa, was designed and built in 1880, offering a ray of sunshine serving the ultimate seaside destination hotel experience. She has now received an injection of R&R (restoration and refurbishment) to bring her back to […]

Tourism Minister Full of Beans at Kent Hotel

Tourism minister Helen Grant discovered the secrets behind making a wide range of coffees and running a busy reception desk when she joined three apprentices at Hilton Maidstone as part of English Tourism Week. Mrs Grant, MP for Maidstone and The Weald, was welcomed to Hilton Maidstone on Friday (April 4) by hotel general manager […]

Samplitude Music Studio 2014 Launch

Samplitude Music Studio 2014 is the all-in-one solution for creating sophisticated music productions on the PC and is specially designed to meet the needs of ambitious musicians, bands, and producers. Enjoy all the advantages that come from using professional quality studio tools and intuitive workflows! This software features multitrack recording, precise audio editing, sound design, […]

Shepherd Neame Plans Major Investment In Landmark Sheppy Pub

One of the Isle of Sheppey’s most iconic buildings, the award-winning Royal Hotel, Sheerness, is to be given a refurbishment costing more than £100,000 by brewers Shepherd Neame. It is the brewery’s second major recent investment on the island following the successful £350,000 relaunch of The Aviator, Queenborough, and Shepherd Neame is seeking a new […]

PXS Distribution Secures Nakamichi

PXS Distribution, a prominent specialized distributor for the IT industry, has announced a key partnership with Nakamichi, the audio and visual brand that epitomizes uncompromising quality and performance. Under the terms of the agreement, PXS Distribution will bring to the UK market a range of Nakamichi products to satisfy different price points from Bluetooth wireless […]