Tuesday September 1, 2015

What's On in and around Herne Bay


Today to 29 Sep 2015 - by distance

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Heritage Open Day: Probably the smallest theatre in the Canterbury district. Created from a Catholic holiday home for deprived children. Auditorium seats 72 and fully set up for live theatre and films. A TALK ON THE RISE OF THE KENTISH SEASIDE... View more details - Herne Bay Little Theatre
44 Bullers Avenue, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 8UH
Fri 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Replacing the original East Cliff Pavilion on the site, the King’s Hall, with its original Edwardian features, is an architectural gem, with idyllic seafront views. Opened on 10th July 1913 by Princess Henry of Battenberg,... View more details - The King's Hall, Herne Bay
Beacon’s Hill, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 6BA
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Come and join the fun with Pilgrims Hospices Moonlight Walk 2015, a night to remember! Choose between two flat routes – a 10k or 15k walk from The Kings Hall, Herne Bay, along the seafront to Whitstable. Visit the events section at... View more details - Moonlight Walk 2015
The Kings Hall, Beacon Hill, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 6BA
Sat 12 Sep

Join us on a sponsored walk and help us to raise pounds for our hounds! The walk will begin at 10.30am on Sunday 13th September at The King’s Hall in Herne Bay and take you to The King Ethelbert Inn, Reculver, and back - approximately 6 miles or... View more details - Dogs Trust Canterbury Sponsored Walk
The King’s Hall, Beacon Hill, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 6BA
Sun 13 Sep

Tracy Fance Clairvoyant Medium Presents: An Evening of Clairvoyance with International Mediums Pauline Mason & Tracy Fance We’ve all lost loved ones, this is your opportunity to reconnect with those loved ones in spirit as International Mediums... View more details - An Evening of Clairvoyance with International Mediums Pauline Mason & Tracy Fance
The Plough Inn, Swalecliffe, Whitstable, Kent CT5 2RN
Thu 24 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Climb the 12th century towers (weather permitting) for stunning views along the coast and visit the Country Park and Visitor Centre. An archaeological tour of the Roman Fort and remains of the church will be led by Brian Philip of... View more details - Reculver Towers
Reculver Lane, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 6SS
Sun 13 Sep

Open to everyone a 1940’s night which promises to be full of fun and where possible totally themed 1940’s. Costume optional but prizes will be given, a quiz, a raffle in aid of Help for Heroes, sing-a- long and dance. Dinner is Cottage... View more details - 1940's Dinner and fun
All Saints Church Hall, Church Street, Whitsable, Kent CT5 1PG
Sat 12 Sep

We are now offering Boat Trips from Whitstable to the Redsand Forts at £45 per person every Saturday and Sunday. Please visit our website for full details. www.operationredsandforts.com View more details - Operation Redsand Forts - Boat Trips
Whitsatble Kent CT5 1AB
Sat 5 Sep

Late and Live Sessions comes to Whitstable! With 3 fantastic solo-artists and bands from the local music scene performing! We bring an evening of live music, dancing and... View more details - Late and Live Sessions - Saturday 12th September
Whitstable Umbrella Centre, Oxford Street, Whitstable, Kent CT5 1DD
Sat 12 Sep

Do you love vintage treats or handmade goodies? If so you need to visit Oyster and Pearl Vintage in Whitstable. At these fairs you will find a brilliant mix of vintage clothing and accessories, kitchenalia / retro homeware, handmade goods,... View more details - Oyster and Pearl Vintage Fairs Whitstable
Umbrella Centre (St Marys Hall) Oxford Street, Whitstable, Kent CT5 1DD
Sun 20 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Built in 1544 during the reign of Henry VIII, this brick and timber framed building was once used as a court room and jail. The Town Hall is still used by the present Town Council for meetings, and it is the oldest and smallest... View more details - Fordwich Town Hall
Fordwich Town Hall, King Street, Fordwich, Canterbury, Kent CT2 0DB
Thu 10 Sep to Sun 13 Sep

Take a ride on the Kent Wheel this summer. Enjoy panoramic views of the city of Canterbury and see from coast-to-coast, spotting local landmarks including Canterbury Cathedral and the Maunsell Sea Forts at Whitstable. The Kent Wheel is 33m... View more details - Kent Wheel
University of Kent Canterbury Campus, Canterbury CT2 7NZ
Today to Mon 7 Sep

Join in a fun-filled weekend of activities at the University of Kent’s 50th Festival on 4, 5 and 6 September. There is a packed programme of musical, sporting and academic activities - from street entertainment and science experiments to live... View more details - 50th Festival
University of Kent Canterbury Campus, Canterbury CT2 7NZ
Fri 4 Sep to Sun 6 Sep

This year the British Heart Foundation are organising a new event for Kent, the Kent Cycling Festival. It is an event which offers four different ride options; an road route around the beautiful Kent countyside with distances of either 50 or 65... View more details - Kent Cycling Festival 2015
Sports Pavilion, University of Kent, Park Wood Road CT2 7SR
Sun 13 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Old Synagogue, built in 1847, was designed by Hezekiah Marsham in an Egyptian style and functioned for divine services until 1931. In 1982 the building was sold to the King’s School who undertook a large scale... View more details - The Old Synagogue
King Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2AJ
Sun 13 Sep

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