What's On on Romney Marsh
Events November 2019
Time: 5pm unless stated differently
Rotary Club of Romney Marsh - Santa Sleigh Collections
The Rotary Club of Romney Marsh are gearing up for Christmas! Routes have been decided (see places and dates here) and collection buckets cleaned ready for the annual sleigh runs which will commence this year on Monday 2nd December. We will be out and about for three weeks, with our last collection night currently scheduled for Friday 20th. We are also delighted to once again be part of the New Romney Lantern Parade on 13th December and to have the opportunity for Santa to park his sleigh outside Sainsbury’s on 14th December. Monies collected from the sleigh runs are used to support mainly local charities, organisations and good causes.
Time: 7.30pm intil 10.00pm
Charity Concert with Ploughmans Super - £10.00 per ticket
Rebecca from Radio, Stage and the Karen Carpenter Story.
Barry from Opera and the West End
Time: 10.30 am to 12.30 pm
Book Sale, cakes, refreshments and games
Please come along to our second hand book sale with delicious cakes and refreshments available. Saturday 2nd November at 10.30 am. All types of books available - fiction, non-fiction, cookery, gardening, hobbies and Children's books. Raising funds for the European Jamoboree in Poland 2020. We look forward to seeing you.
Time: 7pm to 10 pm
Hobby Horse Race Night
Please come along to the Hobby Horse Race Night hosted by Gary Fagg. Tickets are £10.00 for adults and £8.00 for children. This also includes a fish/pie and chips supper (children's options available) Bring your own drinks. Come along for a fun filled evening and back a winner!
Time: 12 noon till 3pm
Great gifts ready for Christmas. Wood, glass, pickles, smellies, novelties and lots more.
Come and browse and enjoy a tea or coffee with a slice of cake or bowl of soup and roll.
To book a table phone the above contacts
Time: 10am - 2pm
Christmas Market for St Peter & St Paul Church, Dymchurch.
Early Christmas presents for all the family with a fantastic choice of goods under one roof.
Free entry to all.
Church and other stalls. Gifts, Tombola, Children's Luck Dip, teas, coffee, cakes & refreshments.
Sale tables are available at only £10 to sell your local produce or handicrafts.
Previously these markets have proved to be an excellent place to meet loads of family and friends and buy some excellent bargains.
To book a table please contact Christine Clark on 07740 395497.
Make a note in your diary or place on your fridge magnet. See you there.
Time: 10.00am - 12noon
Bacon Butties & Bingo.
Fantastic morning out for all the family meeting loads of family and friends, with a great breakfast to start the day.
Entrance fee only £3 to include yummy bacon butties with tea or coffee, then Bingo from 11.00am.
Bingo tickets for great prizes will be on sale and there will also be a raffle during the morning.
Bring your family, children & grandchildren for a great two hours entertainment whatever the weather.
Strange Concords: Words & Music Time Machine Event (2003 & 1723 - England & Germany)
Join us at St Eanswith Church for Campo Santo by W G Sebald, read by actor Toby Jones (Detectorists, The Hunger Games, Harry Potter) and selected Cello Suites by J S Bach, performed by former BBC Young Musician of the Year, Natalie Clein.
Part of Folkestone Book Festival.
Inspired by The Time Machine novel by H.G. Wells (who was a Folkestone resident for thirteen years), this year’s Folkestone Book Festival curators have brought together musicians and writers in a series of events titled Strange Concords: Words & Music Time Machine Events.
Set in atmospheric venues, the events will transport the audience to specific moments in time when great works of art were created, bringing together musicians and writers separated by centuries, but sharing an artistic outlook.