Stacks Image 1164
Stacks Image 3688

What's On in Kent?
Look through month by month to see what's happening in Kent

Map
Directory
Route Finder

KENT - WHAT TO SEE AND DO - WHERE TO STAY - EATING OUT - INTERACTIVE MAP

PLAN YOUR VISIT
TOURISM BROCHURES

FILTERFIND© regularly updates these pages for Kentpoi

78%
There is no charge to promote your event on the Kentpoi What's On pages.
If you send us details of forthcoming events, What, When, Where, and Contact Details, we will do our best to insert them for you on these pages.

KENTPOI
Kent - Places of Interest | Kent - Points of Interest | Kent - People of Interest

Stacks Image 1106
Passing Through - Diana Harrison
Exhibition of Photo Montage and Collage.
Friday March 1st - 4th April 2016
The exhibition space is part of the Dover Big Local hub in the Charlton Centre, a small shopping centre on the right in Dover High Street. DBL recently won £1m funding over 10 years for community development projects in central Dover.
Charlton Centre
High Street
Dover
CT16 1TT

www.doverbiglocal.org

PARKING - take the first turning on the right after you pass the Charlton Centre where there is Morrisons.
Stacks Image 1137
Tenterden Folk Festival 2016
Thursday 29th September to Sunday 2nd Ocotber 2016

Plans for this year’s festival are already well advanced. The guest list reads a bit like a who’s who of the real folk scene and includes many old friends such as The Claque, Jim Mageean and Graeme Knights, Keith Kendrick and Sylvia Needham, Nick Dow, Pete Castle, Steve Turner and local barn dance band The Tonic with caller Keith Leech. We are very pleased to welcome back by popular demand Scolds Bridle who visited Tenterden for the visit time last year. On the guest list for the first time this year are Phil Hare, and Mike Wilson and Damien Barber. Guests appearing on the free music stage or in showcase events in pubs and other venues will include Ashford Folk Band, Dennis Holmes, Direction Corsairs (our friends from Belgium), Earwig Corner, Endless Knot, The Invicta Ukulele Club Band and The United Folk Orchestra. In addition there will of course be all our regular and local guests including Adrian O, Bob Kenward, Chris Roche, Gavin and Julie Atkin, Malcolm Ward, Mark Gibson, Marsh Warblers, Morrigan, Peter Collins, Roger Resch, Spare Parts, Sue Watson and Lizzie Stephens, Travelling Folk and Vic and Tina Smith.

Dance sides already confirmed include Boughton Morris, Dacre Morris, East Kent Mixed Morris, Kent Korkers and Pork Scratchin's, Kits Koty Morris, Mad Jack's Morris, Priory Morris, Royal Liberty Morris, Sompting Village Morris, Wolfshead and Vixen Morris plus many more still to be confirmed.

MIKE WILSON & DAMIEN BARBER
Mike and Damien are two of the finest exponents of traditional folk song on the UK folk scene and between them they have over 40 years experience of performing at folk venues. Damien was raised in Norfolk and heavily influenced by such earlier Norfolk singers as Walter Pardon and Peter Bellamy. Damien is a stylish and distinctive singer, either unaccompanied or when using guitar or concertina. Although he has lived for a long time in West Yorkshire he still retains a strong East Anglian identity.
Mike is the youngest member of the Wilson Family who are well known on the folk scene right across the country. The Wilsons are a Teeside family of powerful singers who have raised the rafters at many festival and folk clubs. Mike’s musical heritage is emphatically that of the rural and industrial North East of England and includes both traditional and modern folk songs. Damien and Mike, with their rich shared repertoire of traditional songs plus the work of the more modern folk writers such as Pete Bellamy, Ewan MacColl and Mike Waterson, where nominated as best duo in the 2010 BBC Radio Two Folk Awards. We are thrilled to have them at Tenterden.

Full Weekend Tickets and camping passes for Tenterden Folk Festival 2016 are already on sale by post and online at www.tenterdenfolkfestival.btck.co.uk/TenterdenFolkFestival2016/Buytickets

Find out more about the festival at www.tenterdenfolkfestival.org.uk
LIFE ON THE BELGIAN FRONTLINE
01 Aug 2014 - 31 May 2016

This exhibition tells the story of life on the western front for British and Belgian soldiers, from 1914 – 1918. Using objects loaned from the In Flanders Field Museum, Ypres, the exhibition focuses on the daily grind of soldiers as they lived and worked in the trenches, under terrible conditions and with few comforts.
The exhibition is split into three parts: Army Life, the Horrors of War and Care on the Frontline. With artefacts used by men on the battlefields of Flanders, discover how many of these objects became vital parts of soldier’s experiences, to both survive the discomfort of war and to boost morale. The exhibition also explores the links between the people of Kent and the landscape of Flanders, building on Kent’s connection to this portion of the Western Front.
Adults £8, Child £6 includes entry to the Museum, House and Gardens
Powell-Cotton Museum, Quex House and Gardens Quex Park Birchington CT7 0BH
Tel: 01843 842168

Avenue Theatre, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne, ME10 4DN
Box Office: 01795 471140 or online at www.avenuetheatre.co.uk
Avenue Theatre Office Manager
Avenue Theatre, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne, Kent. ME10 4DN
Tel: 01795 471140
E-mail: admin@avenuetheatre.co.uk
Website: www.avenuetheatre.co.uk


Admin/ Box Office Hours
Mondays,Wednesdays and Thursdays 9.30am-1.30pm


Screen @ The Avenue ‘The Martian’ (12A)
Friday 19th February at 7.45pm
Tickets: £4.00
Box Office: 01795 471140 or online at www.avenuetheatre.co.uk.

During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive.
Starring: Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig
Adventure/Drama/SciFi
144 mins


Screen @ The Avenue ‘Brooklyn’ (12A)
Friday 4th March at 7.45pm.
Tickets: £4.00
Box Office: 01795 471140 or online at www.avenuetheatre.co.uk.

An Irish immigrant lands in 1950s Brooklyn, where she quickly falls into a romance with a local. When her past catches up with her, however, she must choose between two countries and the lives that exist within.
Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen, Domhnall Gleeson
Drama/Romance
111 mins

Screen @ The Avenue ‘The Lady in the Van’ (12A)
Friday 18th March at 7.45pm and also Wednesday 13th April at 2pm
Tickets: £4.00
Box Office: 01795 471140 or online at www.avenuetheatre.co.uk.

A man forms an unexpected bond with a transient woman living in her car that's parked in his driveway.
Starring: Maggie Smith, Alex Jennings, Jim Broadbent
Biography/Comedy/Drama
104 min

‘The Talk Back Spirit Tour’ A Demonstration of Mediumship
Tuesday 22nd March at 7.30pm
Tickets: £10.00
Box Office: 01795 471140 or online at www.avenuetheatre.co.uk

Hazel Lee returns to the Avenue Theatre along with Eddie Morgan and Jay Love for a demonstration of Mediumship in 'The Talk Back Spirit Tour'


Name of Event: ‘The Roy Orbison& Del Shannon Story’
Saturday 18th June at 7.30pm
Tickets: £10 (£9.00 concs)
Box Office: 01795 471140 or online at www.avenuetheatre.co.uk Tickets are on sale now.

Roy Orbison and Del Shannon had much in common; distinctive sound, exceptional vocal styles, dramatic song structures – plus their intrinsic links to The Traveling Wilburys.
This unique, one-man, multi-media show includes 30+ songs – and spans 5 decades of some of the most dynamic songs of joy and pain ever expressed in popular music – with Mike VanDetta singing all the hits and more – complemented by a biographical narrative – giving a rare insight into Roy and Del’s truth-is-stranger-than-fiction personal lives.
Mike has been a session singer – a published songwriter – and performed with such diverse acts as jazz-pop maestro Georgie Fame and folk-blues legend John Martyn.
So, if you’re a fan of these pop icons from the golden age of the 60’s – treat yourself to a double helping of their never-to-be-forgotten music including: Only The Lonely, In Dreams, It’s Over, Runaway, Little Town Flirt, Hats Off to Larry.....
plus many more!

Name of Event: My Dalek Has Another Puncture!
Friday 24th June at 7.30pm
Tickets: £12.50 (£10.00 concs)
Box Office: 01795 471140 or online at www.avenuetheatre.co.uk Tickets are on sale now.

Simon Fisher-Becker returns to the the Avenue Theatre.
Famous for playing Dorium Maldovar in Doctor Who, The Fat Friar in Harry Potter, Tony Fazackerley in Puppy Love.
Second in a trilogy of hysterical self deprecating anecdotes from the crazy life of this amazing actor including what happened when he first met William Shatner, Steven Moffat and Matt Smith.

Alison
Avenue Theatre Office Manager
Avenue Theatre, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne, Kent. ME10 4DN
Tel: 01795 471140
E-mail: admin@avenuetheatre.co.uk
Website: www.avenuetheatre.co.uk

Admin/ Box Office Hours
Mondays,Wednesdays and Thursdays 9.30am-1.30pm
REVELATION ASHFORD
Revelation presents
SUNDY AFTERNOON SERIES – FIRESIDE
(All 3.0pm doors for 3.30pm)

GENERAL ADMISSION £10/£12 (door)
UNDE 16S £6/£8 (door)
Revelation St Mary's introduces a new Sunday afternoon series - Fireside - offering tea, cake and musical revelations! Extraordinary music performed by world-class musicians in the intimate, open-hearted atmosphere of this amazing venue. It's a series lovingly put together for virgins and veterans of the concert-going experience and all delivered with trademark warmth and crackle!
Upliftment and a cuppa - what could be better on a Sunday afternoon?!

Free parking all day on Sundays in

REVELATION
St Mary the Virgin, The Churchyard, Ashford, Kent TN23 1QG
The church is situated at the heart of Ashford town centre. It is easily accessible by bus, train and car.


If you are an artist looking to perform at St Mary’s, are a promoter thinking of hiring the venue or if you have have any other questions regarding events at St Mary’s contact Karen Trimmings, General Manager:
Email: manager@revelationstmarys.co.uk
Tel: 07548 679199
Stacks Image 1051
Saltwood Castle Open Garden & Plant Sale & Crafts - Saturday 30th April 2016 10am - 4pm
In Aid of Air Ambulance and restoration of this ancient monument.
An annual Open Garden and Plant Fair and Crafts in the historic grounds Saltwood Castle, Saltwood, with the kind permission of Mrs. Jane Clark.
Saltwood Castle was the much loved home of the military historian and diarist, the late Rt. Hon. Alan Clark MP. The grounds of Saltwood Castle are not normally open to the public so this is a rare chance to see this romantic, medieval castle. There is a moat, battlements, a secret garden, peacocks, and this year you can view the Rt. Hon Alan Clark’s classic cars.
Stacks Image 1068
The Best Of British Contemporary Craft Returns To Canterbury
Canterbury from 8-10 April 2016 at Kent College

A stunning selection of contemporary craft and art can once again be seen in Canterbury from 8-10 April at Kent College. This popular annual event returns with some new exhibitors and a number of regular exhibitors all selected for the quality and individuality of their work.

The event provides an opportunity to buy unique products for yourself, your home or garden of a quality that is rarely seen amongst the mass produced items on the high street. Everything at the event is ‘Made In The UK’ by the country’s finest professional contemporary artists and craftsmen. Visit to see and purchase from a wide selection of work including sculpture, handbags, artwork, glass, silverware, jewellery, ceramics, clothing, furniture and interior accessories.

The event brings together the very best examples of contemporary designer craft in the UK. Visitors can also discover how the work is created and what provides the makers with their inspiration. Many makers are happy to take commissions should visitors require a bespoke piece for their home.

Although exhibitors attend from throughout the UK, local makers include CAR Designs from Maidstone showing their silverware and jewellery, Daniels Handcrafted from Rochester showing their kiln formed glass work, jeweller, Elizabeth Everett from Woodchurch, silversmith, Gabriella Lane from Newington, Juju Art from Ashford, mosaic artist Kate Baker from Deal, stained glass artist, Brenda Norrish from Ashford and leather worker, Rosanna Clare from Cobham.

Don’t miss this stunning event for inspiration and to see and purchase something truly unique.
Craft in Focus has earned an enviable reputation for selecting only the very best designers, artists and craftmakers - rarely is such a wealth of talent seen in one place.

Opening times are: 8-10 April, 12 noon – 5 pm Friday; 10 am – 5 pm Saturday and Sunday. Admission is £4. Accompanied under 14s free. Free Parking. For further information contact Craft in Focus on 01622 747 325 or visit their web site at www.craftinfocus.com

Venue address: Kent College, Whitstable Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 9DT
Stacks Image 1041
New Festival For Folkestone
Profound Sound 2016
12 & 13 February 2016
Sound - Music - Workshops - Projections - Performances - Panel Discussion - Experimental - Sound Installations - Food

Mixing live music and sounds, projections, performances, spoken word and sound installations. Folkestone Fringe, Lime Bar & Hot Salvation Records presents a brand new experimental 2 day festival. Bringing you extraordinary theater, alternative bands, song, synth and sound loops as Kent based artists, musicians and performers play across 3 venues in Folkestone.

PROFOUND SOUND
The 12th and 13th of February brings you a two day sound event that mixes audiences and pushes expectations of what sound is and what sound can do to our senses. Come and join us at our Festival venues - The Quarterhouse, Brewery Tap and the Lime Bar for workshops, live music, sound, performance, film and spoken word.
We are offering a Festival Pass for £25 which will bring you over 20 music and sounds delights and a special food and drink deal at the Lime Bar on Saturday. Lime Bar will also be providing you with an eclectic mix of DJs and live music from 8pm to midnight on both evenings as the Festival official late night stop!

MONTROSE COMPOSER'S CLUB
Montrose Composers' Club are headlining our Saturday night at the Brewery Tap. Founded by local composer, Anna Braithwaite, they're a group of like-minded composers with backgrounds in jazz, folk and cabaret. The strong five collective will premiere seven genre-defying new pieces at their debut concert 'MCCI'.

THE BULLET & THE BASE TROMBONE
Opening this brand new festival at The Quarterhouse at 19.30 is The Bullet and the Base Trombone - a concert orchestra, trapped in a city during a military coup. As violence erupts, with pitched battles breaking out around them, the orchestra become separated, with the composer left to tell the story.
This is a must see piece - read its latest 4 star review from What's On Stage.
The Bullet and the Base Trombone is included in our Festival Pass or you can buy individual tickets for £10, £8 concession.

LIFTED
We're delighted to present to you Lifted which is a lift installation created and composed by Emily Peasgood, and performed by a choir - in a lift. It recently debuted at The Margate Turner Contemporary and is set to travel across the country. Don't miss your chance to catch it early and book a place as an audience member. Venues include ASDA & Rocksalt - this is a FREE event.
Take a little look at the trailer for Margate Turner Contemporary.
White Cliffs Countryside Partnership
Sue Bradford
Assistant Partnership Officer (volunteers and events)
White Cliffs Countryside Partnership
c/o Dover District Council
White Cliffs Business Park
Dover
Kent
CT16 3PJ
01304 872066


FEBRUARY 2016

Saturday 6 February 2.00pm
WINTER TREES AT FOLKESTONE WARREN

A gentle afternoon walk to learn how to identify trees in winter and hear about the folklore and traditional uses of our native trees. Suggested donation of £2 per person appreciated. LEADER: Kirk Alexander, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 241806 or 07885 599182). MEET: Harbour Cafe (formerly The Pavilion), Wear Bay Road, Folkestone, CT19 6BL (TR 239 364). DISTANCE: 4 miles (2.5 hours). GRADE: 3

Sunday 7 February 2.00pm
SOUTH FORELAND AT WAR

A walk to explore the wildlife and history of the South Foreland Valley, especially the military remains. Please bring a torch and wear suitable footwear for rough ground as we hope to explore some of the easy-to-reach underground structures (please note that we will NOT be going deep underground and that we will be going underground only briefly each time). Suggested donation of £2 per person appreciated. LEADER: Kirk Alexander, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 241806 or 07885 599182). MEET: Car Park in St Margaret’s-at-Cliffe Village, off High Street,(near the Church and not the car park at St Margaret’s Bay). DISTANCE: 3 miles (2.5 hours). GRADE: 4 (some rough ground). NO DOGS

Saturday 13 February 2.00pm
BRIDGE, BEKESBOUNE & PATRIXBOURNE

Join us on a walk that goes through woodland, fields and country lanes. Return along Nailbourne Valley (floods permitting!). Please bring water to drink. Suggested donation of £1 (to WCCP) appreciated. LEADER: Julia, Collyer’s Companions (01304 241806). MEET: Bridge church (TR 177 438). DISTANCE: 4 miles (2 hours). GRADE: 3. Dogs on leads.

Sunday 14 February 11.00am
ART IN THE SHELTER – CAVE ART (Please book)

Humans may have witnessed the Mega flood that cut Britain off from the mainland. Imagine you are a cave person witnessing the mega flood. Using cave art methods we shall paint what it must have been like to have been there. Suitable for all ages, all abilities. Wear clothes appropriate for the weather. Suggested donation of £5 per person towards materials appreciated. LEADER: Steve Walker, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 225649). MEET: Samphire Hoe Education Shelter. Samphire Hoe is sign-posted off the A20 from Dover to Folkestone (CT17 9FL) (pay and display car park). DURATION: 2 hours.

Sunday 14 February 1.30pm
SNOWDROP WALK

An afternoon walk in the beautiful Alkham Valley up to the site of St. Radigund's Abbey to see the snowdrops. Donation of £2 per person appreciated. LEADER: Marion Dowie for White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 241806). MEET: Café, Kearsney Abbey Gardens, Kearsney, Dover (TR 288 438). DISTANCE: 5 miles (3 hours). GRADE: 4 (2 steep hills).

Saturday 20 February 1.00pm
ASH TO NASH – WING COMMANDER TUCK

A walk from Ash to Nash, remembering Wing Commander Tuck, and visiting apple and pear orchards. Suggested donation of £1 (to WCCP) appreciated. LEADER: CJ, Collyer’s Companions (01304 241806). MEET: Ash library car park, off Queens Road, Ash (TR 288 584). DISTANCE: 4 miles (3 hours). GRADE: 3. Dogs on leads.

Sunday 21 February 2.00pm
DISCOVER THE SCIENCE OF THE MEGA FLOOD (Green Gang)

Join us on a walk and interactive talk to discover the science behind this truly staggering story. 400 Olympic sized swimming pools of water per second poured over a waterfall, for seven months to create the English Channel. Suggested donation of £2 appreciated. LEADER: Paul Holt, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 225649). MEET: Samphire Hoe Education Shelter. Samphire Hoe is sign-posted off the A20 from Dover to Folkestone (CT17 9FL) (pay and display car park). DISTANCE: 1 mile (2 hours). GRADE: 2

Saturday 27 February 1.00pm
MARTIN MILL MEANDER

A country walk from Martin Mill, taking in the villages of East and West Langdon and the village of Martin, using footpaths and country roads. Suggested donation of £1 (to WCCP) appreciated. LEADER: Sue Bradford, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership for Collyer’s Companions (01304 241806). MEET: Martin Mill railway station, Station Approach, Martin Mill CT15 5JU (TR 342 465). DISTANCE: 4.5 miles (3 hours). GRADE: 3. Dogs on leads.

Sunday 28 February 1.00pm
LET’S STROLL, BUT NO TOLL!

A gentle stroll from Worth to the Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory, then to the beach, with some birdwatching and estate history on the way. Bring binoculars if you have them. Suggested donation of £1 (to WCCP) appreciated. LEADER: Chris Hall for White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 241806). MEET: Church (opposite Blue Pigeons pub), The Street, Worth CT14 0DE (TR 336 561). DISTANCE: 4 miles (3 hours). GRADE: 3. Dogs on leads.

MARCH 2016

Tuesday 1 March to Saturday 2 May 11.00am to 3.00pm daily
EXHIBITION: PAINTING WITH LIGHT

“During the years I have worked at Samphire Hoe I have seen and heard many amazing sights and beautiful stories. Using a digital tablet I create pictures inspired by these experiences. To me I am ‘Painting with light’ as these artworks are created with it. This exhibition shows some of these works.” Steve Walker Ranger at Samphire Hoe since 2008. For information please call 01304 225649. VENUE: Samphire Hoe Education Shelter. Samphire Hoe is sign-posted off the A20 from Dover to Folkestone (CT17 9FL) (pay and display parking).

Saturday 5 March 1.00pm
EASTRY TO WORTH

A walk from Eastry to Worth to see churches and countryside. Please note some stiles difficult for large dogs. Suggested donation of £1 (to WCCP) appreciated. LEADER: Yvonne, Collyer’s Companions (01304 241806). MEET: Village car park, Eastry (TR 310 547). DISTANCE: 4 miles (2 hours). GRADE: 3. Dogs on leads.

Sunday 6 March 2.00pm
EARLY SPRING WILDLIFE AT FOLKESTONE WARREN

An easy walk to discover the wildlife and history of this nationally important nature reserve, a dramatic landscape that lies below the white cliffs. Suggested donation of £2 per person appreciated. LEADER: Kirk Alexander, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 241806 or 07885 599182). MEET: Outside Harbour Cafe (formerly The Pavilion), Wear Bay Road, Folkestone (TR 239 365). DISTANCE: 4 miles (2.5 hours). GRADE: 3

Saturday 12 March 2.00pm
BARHAM TO ADISHAM WOODS

Following the footpath to Out Elmstead, then crossing road via footbridge towards Ileden and Adisham Woods. Please wear suitable footwear and bring water to drink. Suggested donation of £1 (to WCCP) appreciated. LEADER: Julia, Collyer’s Companions (01304 241806). MEET: By Barham church (green spire), off The Street, Barham, near Canterbury (TR 209 500). DISTANCE: 4.5 miles (2.5 hours). GRADE: 3

Sunday 13 March 11.00am
ART IN THE SHELTER - PAINTING WITH LIGHT (Please book)

What is the difference between painting with light and painting with pigment? It is amazing!!! Pigments tend to go grey and dirty when mixed together however painting with light can keep the drawing bright and alive. We shall have fun doing both. If you have a touch screen device with a drawing app please bring it along. Suggested donation of £5 per person towards materials appreciated. All ages, all abilities. LEADER: Steve Walker, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 225649). VENUE: Samphire Hoe Education Shelter. Samphire Hoe is sign-posted off the A20 from Dover to Folkestone (CT17 9FL) (pay and display car park. DURATION: 2 hours. No dogs

Saturday 19 March 1.00pm
APPLES & PEARS

Visiting apple and pear orchards, including the first pear orchard to be planted in Kent for 50 years. Suggested donation of £1 (to WCCP) appreciated. LEADER: CJ, Collyer’s Companions (01304 241806). MEET: Village Hall car park, Mill Lane, Preston, near Canterbury (TR 251 609). DISTANCE: 4 miles (3 hours). GRADE: 3. Dogs on leads.

Sunday 20 March 2.00pm
CHANGING LIGHT AT SAMPHIRE HOE

At Samphire Hoe we have a wonderful opportunity to experience a wide panorama of sea and sky. Come along to try your eye and hand at colour matching as we walk around the Hoe. Please bring a digital camera. Suggested donation of £2 per person appreciated. MEET: Site office, Samphire Hoe. Samphire Hoe is sign-posted off the A20 from Dover to Folkestone (CT17 9FL) (pay and display car park). LEADER: Paul Holt, White Cliffs Countryside Partnership (01304 225649). DISTANCE: 1 mile (2 hours). GRADE: 2.

Good Friday 25 March 10.00am
EASTER CROSSES WALK – DOVER

From Maison Dieu we will process through the town to St. James’ church ruin (suitable for wheel/pushchairs); there follows a steep climb up to St. Mary’s in the Castle, including 87 steps. En route we stop to sing, pray and for short bible readings to commemorate Christ’s death over 2,000 years ago. Walkers will then make their own way back. Donations appreciated. LEADER: Monica Pope, Churches Together (01304 202643). MEET: Town Council office, Biggin Street, Dover (TR 316 417). DISTANCE: 1 mile (1.5 hours). GRADE: 4

Good Friday 25 March 10.30am
PROCESSION OF CROSSES, FOLKESTONE

Easter celebration in the precinct followed at 11.30am by the annual procession of crosses walking from Folkestone town centre to Holywell Hill for a 30 minute service. Please wear suitable footwear. Please check leader for confirmation of times. LEADER: Churches Together in Folkestone (ctfolkestone@outlook.com). MEET: Outside Debenhams, Folkestone town centre. DISTANCE: 3.5 miles (1.25 hours for walk). GRADE: 4 (steep hill). Dogs on leads.

Sue Bradford
Assistant Partnership Officer (volunteers and events)
White Cliffs Countryside Partnership
c/o Dover District Council
White Cliffs Business Park
Dover
Kent
CT16 3PJ
01304 872066

Kent Tourism Guides & Maps - Click to View

My Image

Romney-Marsh-Churches

My Image

Royal-Military-Canal

My Image

Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway Timetable 2015

My Image

Battle_Guide

Kent Brochures
Kent Interactive Maps
Kent Towns & Villages
Our aim is to be a comprehensive guide to what's on throughout the county of Kent.
Encourage people to be active and involved in their communities and interests.
Provide a one-stop source of accurate, comprehensive and up-to-date family - orientated information on events and places of interest in Kent.
Allow organisers of events of all sizes the opportunity to promote their events free of charge.
"There is no charge to promote your event on the Kentpoi What's On pages.
If you send us details of forthcoming events, What, When, Where, and Contact Details, we will do our best to insert them for you on these pages".
kc-175x175
Kentculture is an online community to help promote culture in Southeast England.
Bringing together people creating and supporting a wide range of talent. Do you Sing, Dance, Paint? Play an Instrument, take Photographs, wish to show your skills? Holding an event? Find out More.
KENT CULTURE
About Us
Kentpoi is a free resource.
We seek to offer our visitors something entertaining, interesting and relevant every time they visit this website.

We are constantly updating the content of this website based on the feedback from our audience.

Advertise on this website?

Target Specific Advertising

Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Contact
Our Friends
Stacks Image 3369

Kentculture - Promoting Talent
Kentculture

Stacks Image 3373

Website designed and maintained by Themeweavers

Kent Tourism Brochures
Kent Interactive Maps
Kent Towns & Villages