April 21, 2017
Art Trip to the Dulwich Picture Gallery
Wednesday 17th May 2017
A Trip to see the paintings of the artist Vanessa Bell (née Stephen; 30 May 1879 – 7 April 1961) an English painter and interior designer, a member of the Bloomsbury Group and the sister of Virginia Woolf.
A minibus will depart from Herne Bay at 9:00am, Tankerton 9:15 and Hernhill village hall 9:30.
Approx. arrival time at the gallery is 11:30am, for a 3 hour visit.
Cost for bus and entry fee is £46
Please contact Alice for further details and to book
01227 751583 / 07732938005 firstname.lastname@example.org
April 4, 2017
The Fun Dog Show returns to the Hernhill Village Fete on 13th May 2017. Come and show off those lovely family pets. It’s just for fun! All proceeds to the Village Hall & St. Michael’s Church.
April 1, 2017
This year’s fete will be on 13 May, please volunteer to help with a stall, put up or take down, or just come along and spend your money! All proceeds to the Village Hall & St. Michael’s Church.
Stalls, music, games, food, ponies and a fun dog show.. a great afternoon for all!
March 21, 2017
Hernhill Horticultural Society Spring Show will be held on
Saturday 25 March.
Entry & Staging of exhibits from 9.45am – 11.15am.
Open to the public from 2.00pm.
Prize-giving and auction of produce at 3.00pm.
Free entry, tea, coffee and biscuits.
Please come along and support your local society.
October 31, 2016
Come and bag an early seasonal bargain at the Hernhill Christmas Craft Fair next week.
Between 10.30am – 4pm on Saturday 12 November, St Michael’s Church will be hosting the event, and there will also be refreshments and light lunches served, with all donations and profits in aid of the church.
There will be additional parking in the yard opposite the village green on the day; get ahead of the crowds and find an early Christmas gift! Find out more about the church and its location here.
October 3, 2016
Sunday 9th October, 11am – 3pm
Come along to Hernhill Village Hall for the
Family Fun Day in aid of Alzheimer’s Research!
September 15, 2016
Hernhill School Fete will be held this Saturday
17th September, 12.30 – 3.30pm
Lots of stalls and family fun!
August 31, 2016
Foodies are in for a treat next week, as the annual Faversham Food Festival returns to the Market Town of Kings from 16 – 18 September.
Celebrating the best of locally-produced food and drink, the festival, this year the festival also includes the Ale Trail, a new venture inviting you to explore the beers and pubs of Faversham. Amongst a rich plethora of tempting events, the market will be offering food tastings, demonstrations and talks; St Mary’s church will host stalls and tea and cake; live jazz in the Abbey Physic Community Garden, followed by a Teddy Bear’s Picnic; local MP Helen Whateley will be presenting the festival’s Food Hero Award during a dinner at the Phoenix Tavern; champagne-tasting at the Creek Hotel; and a Gala Dinner at the Red Sails Restaurant. You can also vote for your favourite sausage on the Sausage Trail.
Details about all these and more can be found on the festival’s website here, or you can download the brochure here; between 16-18 September, there’ll be something to really get your teeth into…
August 30, 2016
This year, for the first time, Faversham’s Arden Theatre will be bursting with stand-up comedy, spoken word, poetry, theatre and more in the first Hop Fest Fringe.
Better Together: at the Hop Fest Fringe
From 2 – 4 September, alongside the annual Hop Festival, the Arden will froth with creative life, including ancillary events such as ‘Prose at the Purifier’ bringing theatre and poetry to the Purifier Building. Family-friendly events include ‘The Little Girl Who Was Sold With The Pears’ as a double-bill with ‘Baby,’ a dance-theatre performance using pop music to explore the joys of pregnancy and motherhood.
‘Better Together’ uses slapstick, acrobatics and physical comedy as it asks how you become best friends with someone, while ‘Water-Watcher’ weaves folk, fable, alchemy and ancient rites through spoken word as it investigates the north Kent coast.
Find out more about all these events here; tickets are a mere snip at £5 each, and the Hop Fest Fringe runs from Friday 2 to Sunday 3 September. Toi toi toi to the first Fringe Fest!