The Kent Website since 1999
Taking an overview of our sucessful pages, we find our local job and employment pages; independent recruitment resources featuring employers sorted by district or recruitment sector. Our coverage is not exhaustive and is still expanding, we welcome your input. Rather than just offer listings of local employers and vacancies we also aim to add some value to support your job search.
Welcome to the Kent website - Yourcounty home of the Kent website since 1999. In the last 15 years we have experienced a great many changes. However in some respects our philosophy remains the same; we still aspire to be fiercely independent, a little quirky and committed to excellence. We aspire to be a user driven website so your feedback is welcome.
Yourcounty publishes local news and business features covering a wide range of subject matter, anything in fact that might be of interest to our audience. Recent stories have included: Exciting developments at Kings Hill and record sales, acclaimed sitarist kicks off a new season of lunchtime concerts, Law Commission Report into the future of divorce law , the launch of Murston Community Bank the first such venture in Kent, the latest news about the Newnham Court Shopping Village Scheme, new services from Lydd Airport and new jobs created by the Giggling Squid group. Also watch out for our strange but true and Kent 51 features covering perplexing national news including a possible identification of the Yeti!
We run local What's On pages which follow the idea of suggesting something for everyone. The Kent Diary provides information on an eclectic mix of interesting events covering all parts of the county such as the Combined Ops event at Headcorn Aerodrome, Brogdale's Cherry Festival, the Rotary Club Raft Race at Barton's Point, the Comedy Club Night at the Ashford International Hotel or a Fun 'Day Out with Thomas'™ setting off from Tenterden Station or how about an evening of Folkestone Baroque at St Leonard's Church. Our pages also hold a directory of selected tourist attractions as well as pub and restaurant listings. The coverage is not static and is constantly evolving.
Yourcounty maintain a wide range of business related features and resources through the publication of local business news, free business listing contained in the business directory where we feature local firms working in areas such as: Personal Finance, Accountancy, Car Dealers, Bakers and Bakeries, Hotels and Guest Houses, Kent Florists , Photographers, Solicitors and much more. We provide free value added estate and letting agent information within our Kent property pages. We also publish product listings for car insurance, not to mention our free job ad service.
Kent has been an important centre of food production for thousands of years. The Romans valued Kentish (Whitstable Natives) oysters so much that they exported them back to Rome. Kent has long been one of the UK's most important centres for soft fruit, hops, apples and pears. A county town lent its name to one of the finest flatfish in the world in the Dover Sole. A sheep bred on the Southern Marsh is now being reared in many parts of the world. And what about those excellent filberts!
The Longest Coastline
You can find things of historical importance in all four corners of the county. Outstanding natural beauty is commonplace, even today you can walk for miles in unspoiled countryside in parts of the Downs and Weald. We also enjoy one the longest unbroken coastlines of any county in England; a coastline of incredible diversity. Kent boasts saltwater marshes, estuary nature reserves, dramatic cliffs, popular sandy beaches and hidden shingle coves and bays.
Almost every form of cultural event and artistic expression can be found in the county. Kent boasts several major theatres and performance spaces able to attract world class entertainment in all its forms. There are a significant number of intermediate and small theatres and halls. In essence whereever you find yourself there will be some interesting entertainment opportunities nearby. Not to mention sporting events and sites of great spiritual significance.