Find out more about Faversham in north Kent
Faversham residents and visitors enjoy a charming bustling ancient market town which has more than 400 listed buildings, a 16th century Guildhall, and is home to Britain's oldest brewery and Shepherd Neame Visitor Centre.
Local traders are proud to boast an impressive range of independent shops selling unique gifts, local crafts and artisan products. Whether shopping for groceries or a special gift, you'll get a great service from independents and national chains.
If you need a break, there's a fantastic choice of restaurants, cafes and pubs, many of which serve locally sourced food and drink.
As well as being home to Kent's oldest market - the Charter Market - Faversham hosts a range of themed markets such as the Best of Faversham and Antiques & Vintage Market. And if all of that isn't enough, the town has an extensive programme of festivals and events including the famous Faversham Hop Festival, Faversham Transport Weekend, Food Festival and Nautical Festival to name just a few.
To find out more about the Faversham story visit the Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre and Tourist Information Centre in Preston Street, which is managed by knowledgeable volunteers from the Faversham Society.
If you are looking for a particular trader 'Faversham Traders Association Members' can help you "Find it in Fav", as the Faversham business community extend a welcome to visitors and regular shoppers alike.
Take a closer look at some of the Faversham Town Centre offer...