Gardens have always been places of great beauty, and even thought of as Paradise itself. Gardens which open for the National Gardens Scheme can offer visitors a little slice of Paradise, and are especially lovely over Easter in early spring. The NGS has a rare and simple fundraising and grant-making model. Funds are raised annually by visitors paying to attend open gardens and to enjoy home-made teas or buying plants. The totals raised dictate the amounts that are donated annually within a twelve month period.
August 27th: A full programme in the Town centre including the annual bikers meet; a 'Let's do Vintage Fair' an Italian Market in town; and on the Quay Green: Community Showcase day; Music on Green (free concert) and illuminated boat parade
August 28th: An Open Day at Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory. This will be an opportunity for visitors to learn more about the work of SBBOT, with bird ringing demonstrations, informative talks, wildlife walks, owl pellet dissection and other family activities.
August 29th: Includes a Monday Fun Day in town and classic cars on the Quay Green
27th - 29th August
WHITE CLIFFS WALKING FESTIVAL
You will find a wide range of walks to suit everyone. This festival will encourage you to take a break and get to know some of our wonderful local countryside, whether you are an experienced walker or not. For new walkers, this festival could be the start of a new and healthier lifestyle amongst a group of other warm and enthusiastic people. Have a look at the programme, there are 14 new fesOval walks, and book your walk without delay.
25th -31st August 2016
Capel-le-Ferne Established since 2003 5* Rating by Dover District Council 5* Rating by Environmental Health Department Every Tuesday 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. Run by the Village Hall Management Committee Registered Charity No. 281786 Winner Best Farmers Market in Kent 2003 and Finalist 2015
Returning to the Leas Cliff Hall following a hit show earlier in 2016, the world famous Royal Philharmonic Orchestra bring a brand new classical repertoire to Folkestone’s biggest stage.
MOZART The Magic Flute Overture TCHAIKOVSKY Eugene Onegin: Polonaise BRUCH Violin Concerto No. 1 MENDELSSOHN Symphony No.3, 'Scottish'
Conductor: Grzegorz Nowak Violin: Tamsin Waley-Cohen
Under the direction of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s Permanent Associate Conductor Grzegorz Nowak, the Orchestra return to Folkestone to perform a selection of classics from some of the great composers.
18th February 2017