Wants to help the local community deal with climate change and the end of cheap energy (oil and gas). The group aims to create a stronger, happier local community, which will be able to face these future challenges together and move gracefully into a more sustainable way of life. We call this process ‘transition'. There are now Transition Towns all over the world, all working on local solutions to global problems. We have a number of events and gatherings coming up.
Live Music in Faversham - Bands Playing in Faversham - Faversham Gig Guide - Live Music Venues in Faversham - Live Bands in Faversham . . . . . The town of Faversham in Kent has a growing number of venues for music, mainly pubs. It also has a large number of talented musicians and bands. This site aims to give information on when and where you can see and hear live music in and around the town. It will attempt to include all live music including rock, folk, jazz and classical.
EdTown has started to show, the National Food Hygiene Rating of businesses in Faversham on his pages. This is led by the Food Standards Agency. If you have a rating updated/added please email Ed with the link.
Faversham is a little unique when it comes to Pub’s, with “Shepherd Neame” Britain’s oldest brewery and their visitor centre in the heart of town. Plus the history of having had a Whitbread’s brewery also now a Tesco. Has definitely left a legacy of interesting Pub’s.
For example The Swan is now a cafe doing a fine trade. A number of the old Pub’s are now homes. There are still a great many still remaining some name changes such as “The Hole in the Wall is now The Old Wine Vaults.
Faversham’s Town Centre has tremondous character, with The Guildhall being the first thing that is noticed on entering the Market Place. With the historic Faversham Market held under and around The Guildhall providing the right setting for browsing at your leisure and Cafe’s & Pubs dotted around to suit that raging thirst, sweet tooth , hunger pains or that quick caffeine hit. Faversham holds and controls an original of “The Magna Carta” and as Michael Caine is always saying, not a lot of people know that.
Plus has one of the most traditional Cinema’s in the country, you can almost imagine yourself being in the movie “Last Action Hero”, when visiting. Just a stones throw away you can organise a Shepherd Neame brewery tour with one of the oldest breweries in the country. If you are a real local foodie then The Faversham Food Festival is worth a trip out. Love them or hate them Faversham has its fair share of Charity Shopsin easy walking distance from the centre.