Period Homes – Renovations – Interiors – Gardens – Food

Conservation News Kent is a quarterly niche publication, covering subjects that are of interest to all homeowners but with special emphasis on period and listed properties.

We pride ourselves in offering a broad mix of interesting and informative articles on all aspects of building conservation, renovations, interior design and exterior inspiration, with regular garden and lifestyle features. We also have a comprehensive Food & Drinks section with local restaurants, wines, farm shops and farmers markets along with some yummy recipes.

The majority of our A5 glossy magazines are posted via Royal Mail to a large database of Grade I & II Listed Buildings, key conservation areas and prestigious homes in and around Kent, with the remainder available for you to pick up a copy throughout our distribution area in selected Estate Agents, Hotels, Coffee Shops and Public Buildings.

Still missing out on your copy of Conservation News? You can request your own copy by post.

Eating Out

Photo © John Starns Photography

Curiouser and Curiouser…

What are the key ingredients in the recipe for success when you are creating an outstanding dish, a unique dining experience or a restaurant with just the right ambience?


A Feast for all the Senses

We had an exclusive look at the Pig at Bridge Place, now that this beautiful 17th Century Manor House has been transformed into its new incarnation as lifestyle restaurant with rooms.


Make Time for Tea

Afternoon Tea is just a little bit naughty, but a whole lot nice!


Hot Dog! Spotlight on the Dog at Wingham

Conservation News was invited to see how this unique 13th century inn has been given a new lease of life.



Working from the Garden

Working from home and flexible working hours are trends that have been gathering pace over the last few years and this beautiful garden make-over shows that having office space in the garden is a great way to have the best of both worlds.

2021 Summer

Welcome to Summer 2021

Summer’s arriving and we’re all looking forward to getting outside a bit more. This packed magazine may provide the perfect excuse to sit in the garden with a cuppa or glass of wine!


How to Care for Tiled Floors

Knowing how to maintain encaustic floor tiles is key to keeping a Victorian or Edwardian hallway in top condition.


Macknade’s Five Small Changes

The team at Macknade, Kent’s favourite food hall, is encouraging customers to make five small changes to their shopping habits for the good of the planet.


Plastic Peril

One of life’s little pleasures of sitting in a coffee shop for half an hour – maybe for a sociable catch-up or for some recuperative ‘me-time’ was abruptly put paid to by Covid 19.


Architectural Heritage – Coade Stone

First marketed in the 1700s as a remarkable new building material, Coade stone is tough, hard-wearing and extraordinary, as was Eleanor Coade, the businesswoman who brought it to the world.


Cooking on the Big Green Egg

Two amazing BBQ recipes, plus win a copy of the Big Green Egg cookbook.


Kitchens Through Time

For a kitchen to feel truly comfortable in a home, it needs to work with the architecture of the space, respecting the features for a harmonious result.