in Herne bay

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A new leisure pool, a sculpture trail and a thriving Saturday market ensure there is something for everyone at Herne Bay. Don’t miss the Herne Bay Festival, every August, when the town overflows with fetes, fun days and fireworks. Nearby are the ruins of the Roman fort and Saxon church at Reculver with delightful views from the cliff top at Bishopstone and Beltinge.


Once the haunt of smugglers, later a fashionable Victorian watering place, Herne Bay today is an hospitable seaside town, with miles of safe beaches and good fishing and sailing water, eight miles north of Canterbury. Hooray for Herne Bay and traditional seaside holidays.


Strolling along the promenade, pausing for a while to enjoy a ‘Punch and Judy’ show, hunting for shells on the seashore - or just relaxing on the tranquil lawns of the seafront gardens. The Neptune’s Arm is a draw for both fishermen and small boat owners, not to mention admirers of beautiful sunsets over the bay.


Entertainment & Activities in Herne Bay


Cinema: The Kavanagh Cinema, William Street, (01227) 362228


Entertainment: Kings Hall, East Cliff, (01227) 374188


Theatre: The Little Theatre, 44 Bullers Avenue, (01227) 366004


Sports: Pier Sports Centre, Central Parade, (01227) 366921


Swimming Pool: Herons Swimming Pool, William Street, (01227) 742102