Monday, March 20th, 2023

Shopping & Eating out


Owner Jonty Hoad is going above and beyond to keep children in comfortable shoes during these unprecedented times. Jonty explains how Hoads Kids Shoes has morphed into Hoads Home Delivery and how he can help you

The council is working with the Government to ensure the District’s most vulnerable residents, many of whom have been told to self-isolate, have an adequate supply of food.

Great Comp Gardens in Platt near Sevenoaks has appointed a new tearoom manager who has initiated a new menu and overseen a redecoration project.

Such a lovely gesture by Sevenoaks Florist. Due to the cancellation of the St Nicholas Church Mother’s Day service, The SevenoaksFlorist has 500 germini in mixed colours that are no longer needed.

The popular Kent Food Fest returns for its 5th year this summer in a new and stunning location in Ightham.

Last month the final figures for the 2020 Veganuary campaign were released and the results were quite astounding. Just over 400,000 people signed up to the month long pledge, far exceeding the target of 350,000. An impressive 150,000 more people that the 2019 figure of 250,000.

The Sevenoaks Society were left disappointed this week after members failed in their bid to resolve the future of the derelict parcel of land where the former Farmers Pub stood opposite Sevenoaks station

Tamarind Indian restaurant in Kemsing has been given the accolade of Best Curry House in the Home Counties at the Asian Curry Awards.

The Christmas Fayre menu at The White Hart in Sevenoaks, available as two courses or three courses, runs throughout December.

The former Thomas Cook outlet in High Street Sevenoaks could remain as a travel agents following the news that Thomas Cook’s chain of 555 UK travel agencies have been sold to Hays Travel.