Archive for Month: November 2013

  • Internet giants to block online child pornography

    Google has agreed to introduce changes which will prevent depraved images and videos from appearing for more than 100,000 different searches which should be followed by Microsoft, which operates search engines Bing and powers Yahoo. Google and Microsoft between them cover 95% of the search engine market – so this is a fantastic victory for…

  • Free Schools Tour: The History of Pantomime

    The History Of Pantomime is a Free Schools Tour, visiting Primary and Secondary schools in West Kent this month.    The show is an hour long, designed to fit into a school hall, and takes it’s audience on an interactive journey from Ancient Greece to modern day pantomime.   There is some availability on this…

  • Special Winter Challenge Ride – Sun 10 November

    Don’t let the cold winter days stop you from getting out on your bike. Keep pedalling with a special Winter Challenge Ride in Sevenoaks from Sky Ride and Sevenoaks District Council. These rides are all about making the most out of your winter riding, they’re perfect for getting out and warming up on a fresh…

  • Don't forget to vote for your favourite sausage

    To avoid that embarrassment of looking like a Turkey, don’t mince about, chop chop … VOTE … simply visit www.SevenoaksForum.com/login and register or connect with Facebook, then visit the Poll: http://www.sevenoaksforum.com/threads/who-makes-the-best-sausage-around-sevenoaks-2013.1880/   Good luck to all taking part .. may the best sausage win!    

  • Otford & District Historical Society meetings

    After a fantastic talk by Alison Weir in St Bartholomew’s Church, organised by the Otford & District Historical Society, I thought I would publicise future society events which are all held in the Otford Village Hall at 8pm: 20 November          St John’s, Sevenoaks          Ed Thompson 11 December            AGM & Christmas Social   15 January              Parliament and…

  • Wheels 2 Work – A transport solution for West Kent

    Wheels 2 Work is a moped loan scheme for residents of West Kent (resident and pay council tax to one of the following districts: Sevenoaks, Maidstone, Tonbridge & Malling and Tunbridge Wells) aged 16 or over who have a firm offer of full time work, training or education that they are unable to reach by…