Folkestone’s annual Blessing of the Fisheries – Sunday, 23rd June 2019
St. Peter’s Church, North Street, Folkestone is delighted to announce details of the annual Blessing of the Fisheries on Sunday 23rd June 2019.
Read the latest Hythe Handbook – Spring 2019
Welcome to the latest edition of the handbook. What a lot there is going on locally over the coming months! From farmers markets and car boot sales, to the 2019 Venetian Fete. There’s lots of other water-related fun too, including the annual ‘Push the boat out’ weekend at Saltwood and Hythe S
Hythe & Saltwood Sailing Club
Hythe & Saltwood Sailing Club has been providing great facilities for sailing and windsurfing in an informal, friendly environment on Hythe beach since 1971. Being a family club, we welcome visitors and new members alike and with a wide range of water sports and social events on offer, there is some
Read the latest Hythe Handbook – Winter 2018
Welcome to the latest edition of the handbook. We’ve all kinds of things in this edition, including news of some local youngsters off to The World Scout Jamboree in America, news from Hythe Community Cinema, Folkestone Jazz Club and the latest on forthcoming events for you to get involved in.
Discover the magic of ‘live’ at Folkestone Quarterhouse this autumn!
Kicking off the autumn season at Folkestone Quarterhouse, SALT Festival of the Sea & Environment returns for its fourth year from Friday 13 – Sunday 22 September, inviting you on a creative and inspiring journey through the landscape and culture of the coast. Celebrating 10 years of National T
Shepway Rotary Clubs organise Hog Roast and fun afternoon for young carers
50 Shepway Young Carers and their families thoroughly enjoyed the annual Hog Roast and Games Day organised for them by the Rotary clubs of Romney Marsh, Folkestone, Folkestone Channel and Hythe at Warren Golf Course, Littlestone.
Littlestone volunteers spend 24 hours at sea in a life raft to raise vital funds
This year's Littlestone Lifeboat Station's Emergency Services Day raised almost £7,000, thanks in no small part to crew members Wayne Black and Josh Spiers who endured 24 hours at sea as part of a life raft challenge to raise money for the RNLI.