75th anniversary of VE day
The government announced today revised plans to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day on 8th May in a manner consistent with the current measures to contain the spread of coronavirus.
The new programme will allow members of the public to remember and give thanks to the Second World War generation from the safety of their own homes.
To find out more about how they can take part, members of the public can visit: https://ve-vjday75.gov.uk/get-involved/
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The year is 1929 and although a new decade of change is on the doorstep the 20's is still roaring!!
The Story of The Searchers with Spencer James of The Searchers, featuring The 60's Explosion.
An American inspired two course menu and live entertainment at The Appleyard
The band faithfully recreates the energy, excitement and emotion of a classic Queen concert!
Saturday is the Commercial Vehicle Display and FREE Vintage Bus rides . Sunday is the main car show.
‘The Story and Music of Rodgers and Hammerstein’
Look forward to a new pilot festival, a range of entertainment, events and activity at venues in...
Chickenstock Music Festival in July 2021, get your tickets now!
Independent beer and music festival located on Faversham Town Football Club.
A three day festival in the beautiful setting of Mount Ephraim Gardens.
Save the dates - hopefully the festival will return in 2021. Watch for updates.
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Those attending this grafting course will be shown how to graft their own maiden tree using...
Enjoy a varied programme of shows and entertainment - book early.
Taking you through the basic steps and process of making delicious elderflower cordial at home
Join Goldilocks and the three bears for this fun-filled, porridge-packed, all-singing, all-dancing...
Get hands on a practical and learn the skills you need to work with willow and make baskets
The course is run by Michael White who has a passion for foraging and wild food and is a well-known...
One day courses will appeal to novice, improvers and experienced gardeners, run by RHS lecturer...