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There’s a fresh new look to Kent on Sunday

12:44 23 September 2013

New look Kent on Sunday

New look Kent on Sunday

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Kent’s favourite free weekend read has got even better

Your favourite free Kent newspaper has got even better with a fresh new look that was unveiled at the weekend.

We are still bringing you all the latest news and views from across the county, but in addition we are ushering in a whole series of in-depth features on the issues and people who impact on our daily lives.

We are confident that not only does it make KoS an even more essential part of everyone’s weekend but it also sets a new gold standard for local journalism.

So whether it is news, culture, sport or business, you will find everything you need inside our pages.

Explains editor Chris Britcher: “We are all very excited by the new approach we are taking as we believe it will deliver even greater value to our readers and loyal advertisers.

“Kent is such a vibrant county and we believe this new, improved, look will provide us with a platform to showcase just what it is like to live and work here.

“Along with our website - www.kentnews.co.uk - we believe we offer the most fantastic value; especially as both the newspaper and access to our website is completely free to access.”

Kent on Saturday and Kent on Sunday are both free newspapers and available to pick up from stockists such as supermarkets, petrol stations and newsagents.

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