Just to let you know that there are direct links to Hayes (Kent) Village Association’s and Hayes Life’s Facebook page by clicking the box on the top left-hand green triangle […]
Part Six This is the last in the series. Watch out for our next feature. Primark tunnels Hundreds of shoppers have thundered above the tunnels underneath Westwood Cross’ Primark store […]
Part Five Fan Bay tunnels Deep within a fortress nestled within the White Cliffs of Dover, 189 soldiers of varying ranks prepared to defend Kent and the South East from Nazi […]
Part Two Chislehurst Caves These caves were mined by hand for more than 8,000 years and were mined for the use of flint and lime until the 1830s. The caves […]
You can reach the whole article here. Part One Their rich history is largely unexplored by both Kent residents and visitors alike. Kent is full of remarkable landmarks that have become tourist hot […]
Fans from around the world are tracing David Bowie’s footsteps through an intimate Beckenham walking-tour exploring his pre-fame years. Founded three years ago by Kat Webb, who was born and […]
By Helen Briggs @hbriggs The conker tree has been put on the official extinction list. Ravaged by moths and disease, the horse chestnut is now classified as vulnerable to extinction. […]
The four photographs below, which were sent to me by Amy Gouldsmith, has inspired me to set up a gallery of photographs of Hayes.
A potential mass influx of butterflies to the UK has led to calls for volunteers to help count them.