I managed to get on the East Malling Research site for sunrise but only had 20 minutes to see what was about. No Waxwings unfortunately, but a couple of flocks (60+ in total) of Lapwings over south, and then unexpectedly 2x Raven, playing in flight east.
A quick sortie at lunchtime found five Waxwings feeding, distantly, on apples in the orchard behind (east) of the churchyard. I pointed these out to a visiting birder from East Peckham (sorry didn't catch your name) who must have got some cracking shots of two birds feeding on some apples (I didn't have my camera with me at this point!). More Lapwings were found sitting out in newly ploughed ground with Common and Black-headed Gulls and an Egret (that looked too big for a Little!) flew east mid-afternoon
Birding today totalled 30 minutes, so not a bad day at all!
Also interesting to read this evening that Alan Woodcock had relocated some of the Waxwings in Ditton Court Quarry today.