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The Whitstable Carnival parade office will be open from 1.30pm tomorrow to answer questions and accept late entries up to 3.30.
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Knitters, painters, potters etc - arts and crafts groups who meet regularly.
features about whitstable and its attractions/services
Photos of Whitstable.
Group dedicated to monitoring the rise and rise of Whitstable's trendiness and popularity with folk down from London (and other places, too).
Classes and activities for children
To discuss political and social issues affecting the people of Whitstable
This group is dedicated to the wonderful diversity of food and cuisines available in Whitstable.
A group to post news and views on all of the businesses in Tankerton.
Amateur dramatic groups, choirs, music groups.
Helping local traders and crafts people to sell their goods and network at an affordable venue in Whitstable whilst raising money for good causes.
Beautiful sunsets, friendly people! The sea is great and I love bumping into people I know every time I walk around town. I moved back here because I feel at home and it was absolutely the right decision. I'm the community publisher for Whitstable People, working freelance on a part-time contract. I have had lots of experience as a news journalist starting on local papers here and finishing up with the Press Association in Fleet Street. I've also worked in the computer games industry. Now I think of myself as youthfully semi-retired (!) and find this job enables me to have some time simply enjoying where I live. You may see me helping out in the Whitstable Shop (WIT) or at the Horsebridge Centre. I also have some involvement with St Alphege Church and am married to a dinghy sailor. Lots to do! I will put up a photo of me soon, but I keep shutting my eyes in front of the camera!
It's sometimes annoying to be asked if I've lived in Whitstable all my life. The answer is no - both my husband and I feel Kentish through and through, but we moved around the country a lot for work. However, while we were away, my parents lived at Studd Hill and his were in Canterbury. Anyway, I think it says more about a location when you choose to move back to it!