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30
JUN
5
JUL
EXHIBITION: Colourways
Creek Creative, 1 Abbey Street, Faversham
Enjoy vibrant, colourful art in an exhibition at Creek Creative, Faversham, by two local artists, Catriona Campbell and Patricia Wilson Smith.  On Saturday, 4 July, you can combine your visit with a gluten-free lunch in Creek Creative’s café and visits to Faversham Nautical Festival and properties in the Faversham Society’s Open House.
When: 10am to 4pm      Contact: catriona@createinkent.co.uk
3
JUL
4
JUL
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham
“Can’t Stop It”, a new jukebox musical featuring songs by the Californian ska band Suburban Legends, documents the rites of passage of a group of teenage friends on an ill-fated and farcical trip to Spain.
When: 7.30pm to 10pm      Contact: info@cantstopit.co.uk

3
JUL
4
JUL
FLOWER FESTIVAL: Celebrations
Alexander Centre, Preston Street, Faversham
Faversham Flower Club returns to Faversham’s Alexander Centre to host its ever-popular flower festival.  This year, the club is focusing on “Celebrations” as it celebrates its own 55th year. Free entry. Tombola and stalls of produce, plants and nearly new goods, as well as lots of flower arrangements to admire.
When: 10.30am to 5pm (Friday); 9.30am to 3.30pm (Saturday)      Contact: fabulousflowers@hotmail.com
4
JUL
Purification Art Show
The Purifier, Morrisons Wharf, North Lane (Morrisons car park), Faversham
The Purifier Building will be open during the Faversham Society’s three Open House Days on 4, 11 and 18 July. Today there is an exhibition by local artists who are using the theme of purification for their inspiration.
When: 10am to 4pm      
4
JUL
Queen Elizabeth’s School Summer Fete
Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, Abbey Place, Faversham
School fete with strawberries and cream, Pimm’s bar, barbecue, cakes, music, tombolas for chocolate and bottles, and a driving school. Entry by donation.
When: 12 noon to 4pm      Contact: office@queenelizabeths.kent.sch.uk
4
JUL
Ospringe Primary School, Water Lane, Faversham
Summer fair promising family fun, with games, prizes to win, tombolas and craft stalls, as well as the popular local attraction Creepy Claws Animal Displays, dance displays and a steel band. Look inside new classrooms as they are officially opened. Barbecue and refreshments. Entry by donation.
When: 12 noon to 3pm       Contact: Elaine Johnson, elaine-johnson@hotmail.co.uk

4
JUL
5
JUL
Faversham Town Quay and Front Brents
The Kentish Sail Association once again stages the Faversham Nautical Festival, now firmly established as a popular annual Faversham event. As well as invited vessels moored on Faversham Creek, the festival features live music, food, a beer tent, stalls and children’s entertainment.
When: 10am to 6pm      Contact: Lena Reekie

4
JUL
‘Best of Faversham’ Market
Preston Street, Faversham, Kent
Traditional town-centre market selling the best arts, crafts and food products from the Faversham area. Details at www.favershammarket.org. The market is only a short stroll from Faversham Railway Station and pay car parks. The Saturday general market will be in its usual location in Market Place and Court Street.
When: 9.30am to 3.30pm       
4
JUL
Gigs in the Garden 2
The Bull Inn, Faversham
Charity music festival in aid of the Pilgrims Hospice, Canterbury. Eight bands playing throughout the day and evening. Open 12 noon, with the music starting at 1pm. Raffle and barbecue. Wristbands available now at £5, or £7 on the day.
When: 12 noon until 11pm      Contact: 01795 534740
5
JUL
Faversham Antiques and Vintage Market
Market Place and Court Street, Faversham
Antiques and vintage market held on the first Sunday of the month. More than 50 traders. See what finds you can pick up and check out beautiful Faversham.
When: 8am to 3pm      
5
JUL
Open Gardens
Newnham, Kent ME9 0LN
Newnham, set in the Syndale Valley in an area of outstanding natural beauty, holds an Open Gardens event, with about a dozen village gardens open, including that of Calico House. Cream teas, Pimm’s, ice-creams and children’s treasure hunt. Entry £5 by programme available from participating gardens. Children free.
When: 1pm to 6pm      Contact: bruce.leckie@live.co.uk / 01795 890550
5
JUL
Summer Sing
Boughton Parish Church, Boughton-under-Blean
Music for a summer afternoon by the three lively groups that make up Canterbury Vocals: Canterbury Ladies’ Choir, Canterbury Voices and Canterbury Girls’ Choir. With their high standards and a repertoire of short pieces to appeal to all tastes, this promises to be a memorable occasion.  Refreshments will be served afterwards and there will be a retiring collection in aid of Boughton Parish Church repairs.
When: 5pm      Contact: Sue Owen, 01227 750203
8
JUL
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham ME13 7RH
Faversham Business Partnership stages a presentation on food safety and health and safety in the workplace. Opportunity to meet the Swale Council environmental health officers responsible for food safety and get free advice and find out about their role in the community.
When: 9am (to 11am) and 3pm (to 5pm)      Contact: heather@faversham.org

9
JUL
11
JUL
Arden Theatre, Central Car Park, Faversham
BRB (2010) Limited presents a new murder mystery play, “Appointment to Murder”, written by Brian Booth as his 19th murder mystery.
When: Start 7.45pm, finishing at about 10pm      Contact: Brian Booth, 07808 068468

9
JUL
10
JUL
Quay Quilters Quilt Show
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Quay Quilters display their quiltwork at a show in aid of Pilgrims Hospices. Admission £2.50. Free parking. Refreshments, lunches, traders, raffle and tombola.
When: Thursday, 10am-4pm and 5.30pm-8.30pm; Friday, 10am-4pm      Contact: Vanessa Sherston-Baker, 01303 840846
10
JUL
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
Belmont House and Gardens, Throwley
William Shakespeare’s comedy is performed in the beautiful grounds of Belmont House. Access the grounds from 6.30pm. Performance at 7.30pm. Adults £19.50, children (under 16) £8. Family ticket (two adults and two children under 16) £50.
When: Performance starts at 7.30pm      Contact: 01795 890202
11
JUL
The Freewheel, Head Hill Road, Graveney
Adrian Oliver, of The Freewheel (formerly Four Horseshoes), Graveney, is organising a sponsored cycle ride in aid of Faversham’s Swing the Bridge Fund.
When: 9.30am start at The Freewheel      Contact: Adrian Oliver, The Freewheel, Graveney

11
JUL
Craft Fair
Alexander Centre, Preston Street, Faversham
Locally made handicrafts on exhibition and for sale, including greetings cards, children’s knitted items and toys, plus a “collectables” antiques stall.
When: 10am to 3.30pm      Contact: Anita Walker, 01795 531192
14
JUL
Bookshare Faversham
The Yard, Jacob Yard, off Preston Street, Faversham
Regular bookshare evening. Take a book, talk about it, share it, and pick up a new one! Share books, recommendations and booky banter. Food and drink available to buy.
When: 7pm for 7.30pm start (until 9pm)      Contact: tinahagger@gmail.com
18
JUL
Swing the Bridge Dinner at The Brents Tavern
The Brents Tavern, Upper Brents, Faversham
The Brents Tavern, Faversham, hosts a dinner in aid of the Swing the Bridge Fund. Tickets are £30 for a four-course meal, and a wide variety of wines, beers and spirits will be available. The Brents Tavern is donating the full ticket price to Swing the Bridge. Places are limited. Book by phoning the Brents Tavern on 01795 532282.
When: 7.30pm for 8pm      Contact: Angie Simmons, 01795 532282 / angiedoesitnow@yahoo.com
18
JUL
Friends of Cottage Hospital Summer Fair
Alexander Centre, Preston Street, Faversham
The Friends of Faversham Cottage Hospital hold a summer fair at the Alexander Centre, Preston Street, Faversham. The event coincides with a ‘Best of Faversham’ Market in Preston Street.
When: 10am to 12.30pm      Contact: Joan Young, 01795 534075
18
JUL
Organ Recital
Faversham Parish Church of St Mary of Charity, Church Road, Faversham
The third in the 2015 series of organ recitals being given at the Faversham Parish Church of St Mary of Charity is by Richard Moore (London). Retiring collection for the organ fund. The fourth recital will be on 29 August by Kris Thomsett (Salisbury Cathedral).
When: 7.30pm      Contact: directorofmusic@stmaryofcharity.org
18
JUL
Preston Street, Faversham, Kent
Traditional town-centre market selling the best arts, crafts and food products from the Faversham area. Details at www.favershammarket.org. The market is only a short stroll from Faversham Railway Station and pay car parks. The Saturday general market will be in its usual location in Market Place and Court Street.
When: 9.30am to 3.30pm      

19
JUL
Cherry Fair
Brogdale Farm, Faversham
A chance to relax at Brogdale Farm, Faversham, enjoying some of the juiciest cherries around! Find out more at brogdalecollections.co.uk.
When: 10am to 4pm      Contact: info@brogdalecollections.co.uk
19
JUL
The Basin, Bridge Road, Faversham
Faversham Creek Trust holds its third annual dinghy race in the basin of Faversham Creek. Countess Sondes is to start the race and present the prizes.
When: From 3pm. Estimated start, 3.15pm      Contact: favershamcreektrust@yahoo.co.uk

19
JUL
Eastling School, Kettle Hill Road, Eastling, Kent ME13 0BA
Traditional summer fete at which the nationally respected antiques expert John Ainsley will be offering valuations of any small antique items brought along by visitors, in exchange for a donation to the Friends of Eastling School.
When: 12 noon to 3pm      Contact: www.eastling.kent.sch.uk

21
JUL
Healthier Business and Fire Safety Talks
Creek Creative Studios, 1 Abbey Street, Faversham ME13 7BE
Faversham Business Partnership event. A Kent County Council representative offers businesses free advice on how to maximise turnover and keep a business healthy, and Kent Fire & Rescue Service gives a presentation on fire safety in the workplace.
When: 8.30am to 10am      Contact: heather@faversham.org
24
JUL
Bingo
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Another of the popular bingo-and-raffle nights at West Faversham Community Centre.
When: 7pm for a 7.30pm start      Contact: 01795 537321
25
JUL
The Champion Hall, Painters Forstal, Kent ME13 0RT
Painters Forstal Gardeners’ Club holds its 36th summer show, with classes for flowers, fruit, vegetables and floral art. Staging of exhibits takes place in the morning, and the show opens to the public at 1.30pm.
When: 1.30pm to 3pm      Contact: 01795 537622

26
JUL
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Clairvoyant Tracy Fance presents her second Mind, Body, Spirit Fair at West Faversham Community Centre, with psychic readings, holistic practitioners, clinical therapists, organic bodycare products, and nutritional advisers. Entry £3 (under-16s free).
When: 12 noon to 5.30pm      

1
AUG
Preston Street, Faversham, Kent
Traditional town-centre market selling the best arts, crafts and food products from the Faversham area. Details at www.favershammarket.org. The market is only a short stroll from Faversham Railway Station and pay car parks. The Saturday general market will be in its usual location in Market Place and Court Street.
When: 9.30am to 3.30pm      

1
AUG
OPEN-AIR THEATRE: Hay Fever
Belmont House and Gardens, Throwley
The Changeling Theatre Group presents Noel Coward’s “Hay Fever”. Tickets for this comedy of bad manners are £19.50 for adults and £8 for children (under 16). Family tickets (two adults and two children under 16) are £50. Take chairs and blankets.
When: Performance starts at 3pm      Contact: 01795 890202
2
AUG
Faversham Antiques and Vintage Market
Market Place and Court Street, Faversham
Antiques and vintage market held on the first Sunday of the month. More than 50 traders. See what finds you can pick up and check out beautiful Faversham.
When: 8am to 3pm      
5
AUG
Tea Dance
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Ballroom and sequence dancing. Cream teas and homemade scones available. Admission £4 per person or £3 for members of West Faversham Community Association.
When: 2pm to 4.30pm      Contact: 01795 537321
15
AUG
‘Best of Faversham’ Market
Preston Street, Faversham, Kent
Traditional town-centre market selling the best arts, crafts and food products from the Faversham area. Details at www.favershammarket.org. The market is only a short stroll from Faversham Railway Station and pay car parks. The Saturday general market will be in its usual location in Market Place and Court Street.
When: 9.30am to 3.30pm       
16
AUG
Plum Day
Brogdale Farm, Faversham
Orchard walks and tractor-trailer tours, the best selection of plum varieties on display and a try-before-you-buy of the seasonal fruit. Details at brogdalecollections.co.uk.
When: 10am to 4pm      Contact: info@brogdalecollections.co.uk
16
AUG
Plum Day
Brogdale Farm, Faversham
Orchard walks and tractor-trailer tours, the best selection of plum varieties on display and a ‘try before you buy’ of the seasonal fruit.
When: 10am to 5pm      Contact: info@brogdalecollections.co.uk
21
AUG
Bingo
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Another of the popular bingo-and-raffle nights at West Faversham Community Centre.
When: 7pm for a 7.30pm start      Contact: 01795 537321
23
AUG
Belmont House and Gardens, Throwley
Alive with music and song, “The Secret Garden” promises to capture the spirit of Summer. Enjoy a picnic in the beautiful walled garden and indulge in a cream tea after the show. Adults £14, children (under 16) and students £10. Families (two adults and two children) £42. Parties of 10-plus, 10 per cent discount.
When: Performance starts at 2pm      Contact: 01795 890202

25
AUG
Bookshare Faversham
The Yard Cafe, Jacob Yard, off Preston Street, Faversham
Bookshare Faversham presents an author’s talk by Brian Dillon about his book “The Great Explosion - Gunpowder, The Great War and a Disaster on the Kent Marshes”. Food and drink available to buy. Email tinahagger@gmail.com to book a place.
When: 7pm to 9.30pm      Contact: tinahagger@gmail.com
29
AUG
Organ Recital
Faversham Parish Church of St Mary of Charity, Church Road, Faversham
The fourth and final recital in the 2015 series of organ recitals at the Faversham Parish Church of St Mary of Charity is given by Kris Thomsett (Salisbury Cathedral). Retiring collection to aid the organ fund.
When: 7.30pm      Contact: directorofmusic@stmaryofcharity.org
29
AUG
‘Best of Faversham’ Market
Preston Street, Faversham, Kent
Traditional town-centre market selling the best arts, crafts and food products from the Faversham area. This regular event is a week early because of Faversham Hop Festival on the first weekend of September. Details at www.favershammarket.org.
When: 9.30am to 3.30pm       
29
AUG
30
AUG
Artisan Cider Festival
Brogdale Farm, Faversham
Music and an amazing range of the best local artisan ciders. Enjoy local food and entertainment over the whole weekend. Tours of the Brogdale Farm orchards will be running and the craft and produce village will be full of local products. There are plenty of activities for little festival-goers, too. Details at brogdalecollections.co.uk.
When: 10am to 5pm      Contact: info@brogdalecollections.co.uk
31
AUG
Abbey School, London Road, Faversham
Kent Chrome and Cruisers, having outgrown its Sittingbourne location, comes to the playing fields of the Abbey School, Faversham, with Kent’s best collection of classic and custom cars and bikes.
When: 10am till late      Contact: Ian (Stumpy) Maggs, 07903 339466

2
SEP
Tea Dance
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Ballroom and sequence dancing. Cream teas and homemade scones available. Admission £4 per person or £3 for members of West Faversham Community Association.
When: 2pm to 4.30pm      Contact: 01795 537321
5
SEP
6
SEP
Faversham Hop Festival
Faversham Town Centre
Thousands will be following the hop-pickers’ trail to the ancient hopping and brewing town of Faversham for one of the biggest free street festivals in southeast England. The historic town centre offers music stages, dancers and buskers, Shepherd Neame brewery tours, a fun fair and family area, a street market and fantastic Kentish food and drink. The festival campsite and local B&Bs let visitors make a weekend of it.
When: 10am to 5.30pm both days      Contact: www.favershamhopfestival.org
5
SEP
6
SEP
Craft Fair
The Assembly Rooms, Preston Street, Faversham
Craft fair, held in conjunction with Faversham Hop Festival, with locally made handicrafts on exhibition and for sale, including jewellery, greetings cards, toys and children’s knitted items.
When: 10am to 4pm      Contact: Anita Walker, 01795 531192
12
SEP
Model Railway Exhibition
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RJ
Model railway exhibition hosted by Faversham Model Railway Club. Seventeen layouts, 11 trade stands and related society stands. Admission: adults, £4; seniors, £3; children, £2. On main bus route from town centre and railway station. On-site parking and cafe. More information at www.favershammrc.org.uk/exhibitions.
When: 10am to 4.30pm      Contact: 07931 589001
13
SEP
The Country Fair
Belmont House and Gardens, Throwley
Family day out with activities for everyone interested in country life. Attractions include ‘The Galloping Acrobatics’, falconry, ferret racing, terrier racing, a fun dog show, great shopping and fine foods. Dogs should be kept on a lead. The house will be shut.
When: 10am to 5pm      Contact: 01795 890202
14
SEP
Dahlia Show and Competition
The Champion Hall, Painters Forstal, Kent ME13 0RT
Painters Forstal Gardeners’ Club stages a dahlia competition for members. There are seven classes, and staging takes place between 6.15pm and 6.45pm. Judging starts at 7pm.  If you would like to take part in this competition, telephone the chairman, Frances Moskovits, on 01795 537622, for schedule advice and information on joining the club.
When: 6.15pm to 9pm      Contact: 01795 537622
18
SEP
20
SEP
Faversham Town Centre
Faversham Food Festival, from 18 to 20 September, includes produce stalls and tastings at Faversham Market and the ‘Best of Faversham’ Market, as well as special menus and activities in shops, restaurants, pubs and attractions.
When: 9am to 4pm       Contact: davidselves@selvesgroup.co.uk

18
SEP
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Another of the popular bingo-and-raffle nights at West Faversham Community Centre.
When: 7pm for a 7.30pm start      Contact: 01795 537321

19
SEP
Pear Day
Brogdale Farm, Faversham
Orchard walks and tractor-trailer tours, the best selection of pear varieties on display and a try-before-you-buy of the seasonal fruit. Details at brogdalecollections.co.uk.
When: 10am to 4pm      Contact: info@brogdalecollections.co.uk
19
SEP
Pear Day
Brogdale Farm, Faversham
Orchard walks and tractor-trailer tours, the best selection of pear varieties on display and try-before-you-buy of the seasonal fruit.
When: 10am to 5pm      Contact: info@brogdalecollections.co.uk
26
SEP
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Play the fast-and-furious British party game Beetle and enjoy a buffet. Places £3 per person.
When: 7pm for a 7.30pm start      Contact: 01795 537321

7
OCT
Tea Dance
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Ballroom and sequence dancing. Cream teas and homemade scones available. Admission £4 per person or £3 for members of West Faversham Community Association.
When: 2pm to 4.30pm      Contact: 01795 537321
10
OCT
Wine and Wisdom
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Quiz night for table teams of eight people. Places £7 per person (including buffet).
When: 7pm for a 7.30pm start      Contact: 01795 537321
10
OCT
11
OCT
Wood Fest
Belmont House and Gardens, Throwley
Two-day event for all the family, celebrating all aspects of the woodland. See why horses are still one of the most effective means of logging, and learn why wood is an efficient source of fuel. Exhibitors from the wonderful world of wood will demonstrate traditional skills and craftsmanship, and there will be live music, food stalls and craft stalls.
When: 10am to 5pm. Entry £10 a person (under-12s free)      Contact: 01795 890202
14
OCT
TALK: Under Billowing Sails
Fleur de Lis Hall, Gatefield Lane, Faversham
A talk by Wilf Lower organised by the Faversham Branch of the Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men. Non-members welcome for an entry fee of £1.
When: 8pm for about 90 minutes      Contact: Anne Salmon, 01795 537701 or annesalmon62@hotmail.co.uk
16
OCT
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Another of the popular bingo-and-raffle nights at West Faversham Community Centre.
When: 7pm for a 7.30pm start      Contact: 01795 537321

17
OCT
18
OCT
National Apple Festival
Brogdale Farm, Faversham
Display of about 400 apple varieties and a try-before-you-buy. Tractor-trailer and walking tours of the orchards, and craft and produce stalls offering unique gift ideas. Enjoy live music and local food and take a miniature train ride to see the farm from a new angle. Children can get crafty and have their faces painted. Details at brogdalecollections.co.uk.
When: 10am to 5pm      Contact: info@brogdalecollections.co.uk
17
OCT
Craft Fair
Alexander Centre, Preston Street, Faversham
Locally made handicrafts on exhibition and for sale, including Christmas crackers, greetings cards, jewellery and children’s knitted items.  Also including a collectables and antiques stall.
When: 10am to 3.30pm      Contact: Anita Walker, 01795 531192
24
OCT
Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School Playing Field, Abbey Place, Faversham
Lantern procession leading to a full-scale light-sculpture performance revealing Faversham Abbey’s location and size with dramatic stage lighting effects, live medieval plainsong, ambient soundscape, and refreshments.
When: 7pm to 9pm      Contact: info@creek-creative.org / 01795 535515

25
OCT
Hallowe’en at Belmont
Belmont House and Gardens, Throwley
Tricks and treats for all the family, including a spooky trail around the gardens, pumpkin carving and a scary workshop. Fancy dress is most welcome. The tearoom will be open from 12 noon for soup, cream teas and homemade cakes. Entry £5 per child (adults and children under three are free of charge).
When: 12 noon to 3pm      Contact: 01795 890202
28
OCT
St Peter’s Church, Church Road, Oare, Kent ME13 0QB
The Lithuanian sculptor Aleksandras Alekjevas gives an illustrated talk, “Unrevealed Iconography: The bronze Icons of the Old Believers”, about icons of the Old Believers, a persecuted Orthodox sect. Entry £3 on the door.
When: 7.15pm for one hour       Contact: ann.j.welch@gmail.com

29
OCT
Heart Rhythms
St Peter’s Church, Church Road, Oare, Kent ME13 0QB
Bill Lewis, the celebrated Medway poet and storyteller, reads from his latest work, with musical interludes by members of Oare String Orchestra. Wine-and-nibbles intermission included in the £6 entry fee.
When: 7.30pm for about an hour and 40 minutes      Contact: ann.j.welch@gmail.com
4
NOV
Tea Dance
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Ballroom and sequence dancing. Cream teas and homemade scones available. Admission £4 per person or £3 for members of West Faversham Community Association.
When: 2pm to 4.30pm      Contact: 01795 537321
11
NOV
TALK: The Medway Queen
Fleur de Lis Hall, Gatefield Lane, Faversham
A talk by Mark Bathurst organised by the Faversham Branch of the Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men. Non-members welcome for an entry fee of £1.
When: 8pm for about 90 minutes      Contact: Anne Salmon, 01795 537701 or annesalmon62@hotmail.co.uk
13
NOV
Flower Arranging Demonstration by Robin White
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham
Faversham Flower Club hosts its annual Christmas flower arranging demonstration with the ever-popular Robin White. Tickets are available from the club treasurer.
When: 7pm for 7.30pm start (till 9.30pm)      Contact: Tickets, 01795 536450
14
NOV
Race Night
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Have a flutter on filmed races at the West Faversham Community Centre.
When: 7pm for a 7.30pm start      Contact: 01795 537321
20
NOV
Bingo
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Another of the popular bingo-and-raffle nights at West Faversham Community Centre.
When: 7pm for a 7.30pm start      Contact: 01795 537321
2
DEC
Tea Dance
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
Ballroom and sequence dancing. Cream teas and homemade scones available. Admission £4 per person or £3 for members of West Faversham Community Association.
When: 2pm to 4.30pm      Contact: 01795 537321
5
DEC
Christmas Craft Fair
Gatefield Hall, Alexander Centre, Preston Street, Faversham
Everything you need for Christmas, with stalls offering stocking fillers, presents, crackers, greetings cards, jewellery and children’s knitted items. Just the place to do your Christmas shopping.
When: 10am to 3.30pm      Contact: Anita Walker, 01795 531192
9
DEC
Christmas Wreath Making Workshops
Belmont House and Gardens, Throwley
Make a Christmas door wreath for your home. No floristry experience needed and all floral materials will be supplied. Attenders must take secateurs and should wear warm, layered clothing. Coffee and homemade mince pies served on arrival. Places £25, including tuition, materials and refreshments. Book on 01795 890228. Deposit required.
When: 11am to 1pm      Contact: 01795 890202
16
DEC
Christmas Table Arrangement Workshop
Belmont House and Gardens, Throwley
Create a contemporary flower arrangement with local florist Julie Davies. The arrangement will incorporate lots of garden greenery and leaves. Take some candles to complete your design. All other materials and equipment are supplied. Tea, coffee and mince pies will be available to get you in the Christmas spirit. Places £45.
When: 10am to 12.30pm      Contact: 01795 890202
18
DEC
West Faversham Community Centre, Bysing Wood Road, Faversham, Kent ME13 7RH
A Christmas special of the popular, monthly bingo night at West Faversham Community Centre.
When: 7pm for a 7.30pm start      Contact: 01795 537321