Resolutions – Be more in 2016

So we are here again, on the brink of another new year. We’re not really sure why the last year went so quick but it’s time to celebrate everything that it held. 2016 will soon roll in and is a…

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Try Something New in Tonbridge

Tonbridge: A town that has often stood in the shadow of its neighbouring Royal Tunbridge Wells. This bustling market town stands on the marshy river Medway and is home to many famous sites, including Tonbridge Castle and Gardens, The River…

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John Migden - Photography

Meet our Tutors – John Migden – Photography

This week, in our fourth Meet our Tutors interview, we’re heading to Sittingbourne Adult Education Centre to get up close and personal with photography tutor John Migden. We spoke to John just before his digital photography course on Thursday evening.…

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New Year

New Year – KAE 2015 Roundup

As we come to the end of the year, many of us turn and tend to look at the year that has gone past and evaluate (even if just mentally) what kind of year it was. Did you do the…

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Christmas Traditions

A History of Christmas Traditions

The traditions are a big part of what makes Christmas well, Christmas. Many families have their own little unique traditions whether it’s a walk on Christmas day before opening presents or allowing the children to open one present on Christmas…

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Meet our Tutors – Claudia Starbuck- Art

It is well known that, as the largest provider of adult education in the UK we run a vast array of courses in numerous locations across the county. But what about the people that make it happen? We have a…

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Recipes: Christmas Party

The Christmas party season is nearly upon us. If you’re thinking of picking up your buffet food at Marks & Spencers, Tesco or Sainsbury’s think again! Try whipping your own selection of scrumptious party treats for a more authentic taste…

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Go Potty for Pottery

Pottery is one of the world’s most ancient art forms that intrigues people generation after generation. From films showing iconic pottery scenes (you know the one we mean) to dynasties creating art with pottery that captures your imagination. Plus it’s…

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Christmas centerpiece

Christmas Craft with KAE

As we will soon be close to the one month mark Christmas moves ever closer and getting crafty can help to make you feel more Christmassy. Whether you want to indulge in some Christmas Craft to make your home feel…

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Christmas Presents: Gifts from KAE

We are constantly reminded from Halloween onwards how many shopping days are left until Christmas. Whether you try to hold out for ‘Black Friday’ to bag yourself a deal or whether you like to prepare earlier in the year to…

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Recipes- Satsuma Cake

Recipes: November Nourishment

November, the month before Christmas. Dark evenings, winter boots, chilly walks and fireworks. In this month’s seasonal recipes, we're showing you how to twist three seasonal ingredients to tease your taste buds in the lead up to the festive season.…

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Breezin’ down Broadstairs

Lying 20 miles from both Dover and Canterbury is Broadstairs, a picturesque coastal town on the fringes of the Isle of Thanet. Compared to other decaying British seaside resorts, Broadstairs is thriving, and not just in the summer months. The town hosts events…

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