It’s that time of year again. The sun is shining, the days are getting long, and your thoughts start drifting away to lazy afternoons with the sand between your toes, the blue open sky stretching as far as you can see and the gentle lapping of the waves upon the shore slowly lulling you towards a cheeky afternoon snooze. If you close your eyes you can almost smell the salty sea breeze. So why not check out the Whitstable Oyster Festival, a week-long celebration blending rich Kentish heritage and sun-filled fun for all the family?
As the days grow shorter and the leaves begin to turn, there’s plenty to see and do in Whitstable this autumn, especially for music fans and gig-goers, as the town gears up for an incredible season of live music by the sea.
Starting at 18.30 on the 11th Dec 2015 (the band is expected on stage at 20.30 this night is expected to be a great evening of jazz, swing and a unique twist of pop. Taking place at East Quay Bar in Whitstable the admission is £29.95 pp and includes a 3 course Christmas menu and mulled wine on arrival.
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