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Plan a Faversham Staycation

Faversham is a quaint, medieval, creekside town, perfect town for a short break.

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My Facade - Faversham Artworks including Macknade, Grain & Hearth, Faversham Guildhall & One Gatefield

My Facade, celebrating local businesses, is now based in the historic market town of Faversham where Ryan Leedham and his family now live.

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10th Annual Faversham Safari

Properties holding table top and garage sales throughout Faversham between 9am and 4pm, over 150 homes and Mini Markets around Faversham Shopping - Shop Local

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Walking with History in Faversham

What better way to discover more about Faversham’s fascinating and sometimes surprising past than to be guided personally by an enthusiastic and experienced local historian?

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Weddings at The Guildhall Faversham

The Guildhall is a licensed venue for civil marriages and partnerships to take place in the Council Chamber.

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Standard Quay - Faversham

Provides visitors a truly unique experience, creek side walking, shopping and living history.

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Faversham Golf Club

FAVERSHAM..... When it comes to your golf, you deserve the very best!

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RHS reveals Faversham as one of the 2023’s Britain in Bloom finalists

The proud ancient market town of Faversham has been confirmed as one of the ten finalists in the ‘large town’ category.

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The Cafe at Macknade Faversham

Drawing real inspiration from the unique opportunity of having Macknade as a kitchen larder.

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Faversham Pub Achieves Two AA Rosettes

The Phoenix Tavern is currently Faversham’s only town centre establishment with the prestigious two Rosette AA accolade.

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