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Month: February 2016

Kent art at its best in the Grain Store Studio.

We had the pleasure of being invited to Kents latest Gallery this weekend the Grain Store Studio between Faversham and Boughton, by the lovely Julian and Nick, curators of this eclectic mix in the coolest of venues. The Grain Store Read More

Art for Arts sake in Faversham.

Because of our love for art, ( and something to do for free on a winters afternoon!) the lovely people at The grainstore studio in Boughton Near Faversham have invited us to theirĀ art exhibition this Saturday and Sunday.27th and 28th Read More

Turner Contemporary Art Gallery. High concept stuff

One of Margate’s highlights is the famous Turner Contemporary Art Gallery on the seafront in the heart of Margate. The Gallery has been the cataylst for regeneration in the town, which along with the highspeed train links and relaunched Dreamland, Read More

Folkestone Creative Quarter. If only all towns had this.

If anything encapulates the ethos behind Actual Cool Kent, its Folkestones Creative Quarter. Rammed with independant shops, cafes, art galleries and artisan traders thriving in a beautiful cobbled street which drops down to Folkestones once run down harbour, which now Read More

Plough Inn ,Stalisfield perfect Valentines treat!

Ok I will be the first to admit, and Helen will back me up, I am not the most romantic man in Kent. I spent Valentines day Watching Football and nuturing a hangover from a Stag night the night before. Read More

The Rose Inn, Wickhambreaux. Kentish Pub at its best

Well now and again me and Helen get side tracked into a small village whilst trundling along the country lanes of Kent. The abundance of small villages like Wickhambreaux in Kent is the reason why. Picture post card perfect to Read More

Second visit to Canteen, but was it better???

Well you may recall our first ever visit to Canteen in Canterbury was somewhat of a let down. Yummy menu, but no service. We said then that we would give it another review, in the hope that we had just Read More

City Sound Project to kick off the Summer Festival Season!

  The South East’s largest metropolitan music festival returns to historic Canterbury as the opening of the UK Festival Season. City Sound Project is Canterburys answer to Glastonbury without the knee deep mud and outrageous ticket prices. Pre Sale tickets Read More