May Day traditionally marks the start of British summer! May Day revelries were at their height in the Middle Ages but later went on to become a target for the Puritans, who banned it in 1644! Luckily for us, in 1660, Charles II restored both Maypoles and May Day behaviour! Picture of Hever Castle is courtesy of Visit Kent.
Date: 1st May 2017
Charting the History of Britain in 30 models, The centrepiece of this amazing exhibition is an eight metre long model of Flying Scotsman the world's most steam locomotive, and three pullman carriages!
Date: 13th April 2017
Start the Hop celebrations early in Faversham this weekend by supporting local bands and raise funds for the 2017 Hop Festival, which takes place on 2nd & 3rd September in Faversham
Date: 4th March 2017
Enjoy some seasonal food and drink this Sunday at Ashford's Farmers Market - free parking too!
Date: 5th February 2017
January 26 1788 saw the arrival of the First Fleet of 11 convict ships from Britain in Australia
Date: 26th January 2017
Burns Night celebrates the Scottish Poet Robert Burns usually by eating & drinking Scottish food.
Date: 25th January 2017