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Community life is always at the hub of a town and if you live, work or play in Maidstone the community is a bound to be part of your daily routine. Whether it’s council information you need or you simply want to know what’s going on in your town, the community pages should answer any questions about life in your town.
 
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Click HERE to see our local events calendar. Packed full of local events and dates for your diary.
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The Town hall visitor information centre provides information on council services for the people of Maidstone.Situated on the high street in the centre of the town, it is ideally positioned. Town Hall Visitor Information Centre
High Street, Maidstone, Kent ME14 4TS Monday to Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm,
Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pmContact Number: 01622 602048
 
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Maidstone Community

Community life is always at the hub of a town and if you live, work or play in Maidstone, the community is a bound to be a big part of your daily routine.

If you want to know what’s going on in your town, the community pages should answer your questions.
 
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Leeds Castle Adventure Playground
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A HUGE adventure playground is set to open at Leeds Castle, just in time for the Easter holidays.  Built entirely from organic materials, the play area will be the perfect place for children (and parents!) to let off some steam, or run off the Easter egg chocolate rush.   Comprising of a scale model of the castle, complete with a chance to climb the Maidens Tower, scale the revetment wall and joust along aerial runways.  Mrs Jo Fletcher, the project assistant working on the playground said: ‘The play area is a perfect replica of the castle. There are lots of medieval elements in it, and the ideal place for children to hopefully do lots of running around!’ The area will be placed a certain distance from the castle, so as there is no intrusion on the view from the main building.  ‘We wanted it to be as sympathetic to the history of the area as it could be.’ Said Mrs Fletcher: ‘The only problem we are having is trying to come up with the perfect name!’ The playground is set to open by the beginning of April. Let’s hope there is a name in place by then!