Wednesday August 31, 2016

What's On in and around Herne Bay


Today to 28 Sep 2016 - by distance

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Heritage Open Day: Herne Windmill: a Grade 1 listed 200 year old smock mill. Now a museum of milling technology with working machinery. Run by volunteers.
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Herne Windmill, Mill Lane, Herne, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 7DR
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Climb the 12th century Reculver Towers (weather permitting) for stunning views along the coastline and learn about our Roman history. Visit the Country Park and Visitors Centre. Rockpooling at 1300 (bring wellies or boots)....
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Reculver Lane, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 6SS
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: A glorious landmark building on the seafront between Whitstable and Tankerton. Formerly a Victorian family home, Whitstable Castle and gardens have been restored by the Heritage Lottery and Canterbury City Council for the...
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Tower Hill, Whitstable, Kent CT5 2BW
Fri 9 Sep

The greatest fictional sleuth of all time springs back into life in these stirring adaptations of the Conan Doyle classics. A high energy one man show featuring a plethora of dashing heroes, villainous rogues and vintage thrills! The Singular...
View more details - The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes
Whitstable Castle & Gardens, Tower Hill, Whitstable, Kent CT5 2BW
Sat 10 Sep

*-* As seen on BBC’s Dragons Den *-* After the summer break Mum2mum Market is back in CANTERBURY! SELL all your outgrown kids stuff and keep 100% of the proceeds! Come along and BUY some bargains at a fraction of the high street...
View more details - CANTERBURY mum2mum market
Hersden Chislet Colliery Welfare Club, The Avenue, Hersden, Canterbury, Kent CT3 4HX
Sun 18 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Visitors will be given a tour of the theatre including dressing rooms, stage, costumes, workshop and control room areas. They will be given information on the theatre, it`s history and what goes on. There will be make-up, lighting...
View more details - Playhouse Theatre
Playhouse Theatre, 104 High Street, Whitstable, Kent CT5 1AZ
Sat 10 Sep

Do you love vintage treats or handmade goodies? If so you need to visit Oyster and Pearl Vintage in Whitstable, St Mary’s Hall, Oxford Street, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 1DD At these fairs you will find a brilliant mix of vintage clothing and...
View more details - Oyster and Pearl Vintage Fairs Whitstable
Umbrella Centre (St Marys Hall) Oxford Street, Whitstable, Kent CT5 1DD
Sun 11 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...
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Fordwich Town Hall, King Street, Fordwich, Canterbury, Kent CT2 0DB
Thu 8 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Tower House is built around one of the twenty one bastions that were part of Canterbury’s mediaeval city wall, and buildings have existed on this site since 1400s. The existing house is Victorian of about 1850. It is now...
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Westgate Gardens, Canterbury, Kent CT2 1DB
Sat 10 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Quaint Victorian chapel in rural setting, built in 1867 as a ’mission station’ by the Congregational Church in Canterbury. Part of the Countess of Huntingdon’s Connexion, one of the very few in Kent. Also used...
View more details - Broad Oak Chapel
Chapel Lane, Broad Oak, Canterbury, Kent CT2 OQH
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: England’s largest surviving medieval gatehouse, built in 1380, to guard the road into Canterbury. It was the city’s prison for 416 years, mainly used for thieves and debtors, with cells in its two drum towers. It has...
View more details - The Westgate
One Pound Lane, 1 Pound Lane, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2BZ
Sat 10 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 11 Sep

A miscellany of piano music, songs and instrumental solos, including works by Handel, Mozart, Elgar, Weber, Debussy, Franz Strauss and others, performed by members of Canterbury Musicians. Proceeds to the local branch of Diabetes UK,...
View more details - Annual charity concert
The Old Synagogue, King Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2AJ
Thu 22 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Friendly Society Meeting Room with honours boards, old chains of office and information about the origins and history of the Oddfellows.
View more details - Oddfellows Hall
Loyal City of Canterbury Lodge, Oddfellows Hall, 15 Orange Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2JA
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Follow in the footsteps of Queen Bertha of Kent, who prayed here in the 6th century AD. Part Roman, part Saxon, part medieval, St Martin is the oldest church in continuous use in the English-speaking world. Here St Augustine...
View more details - St Martin's Church, Canterbury
North Holmes Road, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1PW
Thu 8 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

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