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Contents 6 28 33 42 The team


Interview 6–7


Personality Profile – Giles Clark


Editor’s Choice


9–18 A selection of hand-picked events and great days out around the county throughout the spring months


Leisure & Tourism


19–21 Tourist Profile – explore Maidstone River Park


24–25 Walks – The Osprey Trail


Leisure & Tourism 42


Garden to Visit – Pashley Manor


Lifestyle


28-33 Good Food 34-35 Mind, Body & Soul 36-41 Senior Living 43-52 Property, Homes & Gardens 53-58 Sales & Services 59-61 Motoring 62 Competitions


Mid Kent Living is published by Mail Publications Ltd (which also publishes the Downs Mail newspaper),


Forge House, Bearsted Green Business Park, Bearsted, Maidstone, ME14 4DT.


Tel: 01622 630330


email info@downsmail.co.uk www.downsmail.co.uk


Chairman: Claire Procter Editor: Simon Finlay


Publishing Manager: Jo-Anne Brown Sales Manager: Bill Brett


Advertising Sales: Tel 01622 630330


Front page cover Allington Castle 24


Living Mid Kent Covering the


Mid Kent area Mid Kent Living is published every three months with a free circulation in Maidstone, Medway, Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge and Malling, Ashford and Sittingbourne. It is available at selected pick-up points throughout the area including major supermarkets.


Subscription copies are posted (£8 annually).


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