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My WeekendNotes - 26
The Creative Quarter in Folkestone is an area found around the harbour and along the Old High Street. Considered the hea... [more]
Birdies restaurant is in Harbour Street in Whitstable located right in the heart of town. It's a French restaurant with ... [more]
Harbour Garden Cafe has an enviable location. It's in the centre of Whitstable Harbour overlooking the colourful fishing... [more]
There are 4 public toilets in Whitstable. It's handy to know where to find them if you're spending time shopping or at t... [more]
Catman is an award-winning graffiti artist whose thought-provoking works are regularly compared to Banksy. His art can b... [more]
Inside the bandstand building found on the sea-front of Herne Bay is a wonderful Italian place that serves coffee, ice-c... [more]
Whitstable has plenty of places to eat, but as it's a seaside town, many people come here for fish and chips. You can or... [more]
Whitstable is famous for its oysters and every year this seafood is celebrated with a festival. The dates of the Whitsta... [more]
24/07/2020 - 27/07/2020
Whitstable is a seaside town well known for its oysters. The shellfish are harvested just metres off the beach. There is... [more]
Whitstable is on the north coast of Kent and is one of the closest seaside towns to London. The town is a popular weeken... [more]
The grand entrance to the grounds of Canterbury Cathedral is called Christ Church Gate and it has stood in its place sin... [more]
Wymondham is a market town in Norfolk. At the heart of the town is Wymondham Abbey. The abbey dates back to 1107 when it... [more]
Tankerton is a small seaside town walking distance from Whitstable in Kent. Tankerton Slopes is a grassy area overlookin... [more]
The Norfolk Broads is a protected network of rivers and lakes. They were formed in Medieval times when peat excavations ... [more]
Winterton-on Sea is a small village in Norfolk. The beach here is sandy and wide, and it's where grey seals come onto th... [more]
Roughly half of the world's Grey Seal population feeds in the sea surrounding the UK. Many of them can be seen in the wa... [more]
Catman has been called the Banksy of Kent. His graffiti art is becoming widely appreciated and his original works on can... [more]
Located in the middle of Whitstable, the Umbrella Centre is a community hub offering a whole host of activities, classes... [more]
Anthony Gormley is a living artist who is, perhaps, best known for creating the Angel Of The North statue in Newcastle. ... [more]
For somewhere to enjoy a pub lunch in Canterbury, The Millers Arms hits the spot. It's friendly and accommodating with a... [more]
What could be better than roast beef, carrots and peas drizzled in gravy and wrapped inside a large Yorkshire pudding? H... [more]
Riverside Park in Canterbury Westgate Gardens park can be found alongside the Great Stour river just footsteps away f... [more]
The Prettiest Park in Canterbury Dane John Gardens has all the essentials of a quintessential English park. There is ... [more]
Take a Tour the Oldest Brewery in the UK For a great afternoon out in Faversham, near Canterbury, book a tour of the ... [more]
Open from 8.30 am to 5.00 pm, the Veg Box Cafe serves super healthy breakfasts, lunches and mid-afternoon treats. Th... [more]
The Lady Luck pub is right in the middle of Canterbury on the pedestrianised St Peters Street. Claim a chair at one ... [more]