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Beauty, History, Fun. Its all at Hever Castle

We are almost embarrassed to admit in 18 years of living in Kent we have never been to Hever Castle before. One of the Worlds most historically significant sites, it lies just North of Edenbridge. Now we have been to Edenbridge Read More

An Ode to Oad street

If you have never heard of Oad street let us fill you in! Oad street is a tiny Hamlet between the Sittingbourne Villages and the A249, and is most famous for the pub The Plough and Harrow ( review to Read More

Magical Margate making Kent World Famous.

When we started this Blog, Helen and I wanted to Big up Kent! Not because we are blinkered (we have both lived in other counties and countries ) but because we both passionately believe its the best county in the UK to Read More

Is The Foundry, Canterbury, a copper bottom success or scrap metal?

The Foundry in Canterbury is a unique dining experience, part brewery, part pub and part restaurant. Do all these things add up to the unique dining experience that they promise, or is it a jack of all trades novelty? That Read More

Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, Canterbury. Go There. Immediately.

  After our last blog featured the pop culture of America, not to mention massive burgers, we thought we’d feature something a little more refined! For the first time ever we visited the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge in Read More

Elsie Mo’s Diner, American Dining spectacular in Canterbury

As regular readers will know, we love a good American themed Diner, but too often in this country they are more Cliff Richard than Elvis Presely. When we heard about a new New York Diner in Canterbury we had to Read More

The Ship Inn, Conyer. A hidden treasure

Time for the Pub of the week, ( a made up feature to justify spending an unhealthy amount of time going to the pub) This week we are featuring a Pub in a small quayside hamlet called Conyer, a couple Read More

Blown away by the Windmill, Hollingbourne!

Some of our regular readers may remember that we visited the Richard Phillips gastro pub The Pearsons Arms in Whitstable some time back and found the food to be amazing and the view even better! So now we are doing Read More

The Return to the Grain Store Studio

  Last weekend we had the pleasure of visiting our fav gallery at The Grain Store Studio ,Brenley farm near Faversham. Some of you may recall that this independent studio runs art workshops, pottery and glass kilns and of course Read More

The Best of Faversham, bringing a community of creatives together.

The first and third Saturday of each month see’s an eclectic mix of traders crop up along Preston Street in Faversham for the Best of Faversham Market. The small yet enticing market brings together some of Favershams finest homemade food, Read More