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Carano Christmas Arts & Crafts Fair

Perfect to find all your Christmas gifts. Christmas Carols will be performed at The Grand on 10th December and Carano is delighted to organise a Christmas Arts..

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THE FOLKESTONE (TONTINE STREET) AIR RAID 100 YEAR MEMORIAL SERVICE 25th May 2017 On Friday, 25th May 1917, a squadron of German Gotha planes returning from an abortive raid on London shed their remaining bombs on Folkestone and its surrounding area, including Hythe, Cheriton and Shorncliffe Camp. Amongst the areas in Folkestone that were hit were the Central Station and Bouverie Road East, but the greatest devastation and loss of life was in Tontine Street when, at 6.22pm, just one single bomb fell right outside Stokes Brothers greengrocers shop and opposite Gosnold Brothers drapery. It was the Friday of the Bank Holiday Weekend, the street was crowded with civilians, workers, shoppers and children, and the deaths and injuries were terrible. In total 79 civilians (19 men, 33 women and 27 children) were killed in the raid, with a further 18 military personnel perishing at Shorncliffe Camp. The number of deaths in Tontine Street was 61. More than 100 people are also known to have been injured. THE MEMORIAL SERVICE DETAILS A Memorial Service to all those killed and injured is to be held on 25th May 2017 at..

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Carano Summer Arts & Crafts Fair

Summer Fair We are delighted to add a summer fair to our calendar of events. Come and enjoy all the handcrafted goods on display..

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KENT CASTLES original screen prints from the archive of artist designer Eddie Pond. Historic Railway prints

Paul & Karen Rennie are delighted to offer, direct from the artist's archive, original historic railway screen prints of Kent castles, Walmer, Leeds and Dover. Available in a limited number at 65 each in our shop Rennies Seaside Modern, Old High Street Folkestone. Eddie Pond was a successful graphic artist, who designed posters and publicity for Network South East. These screen prints were not used..

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Paul and Karen are excited to offer for sale both pre-war original lithographs by 20th century masters Eric Ravilious and Edward Bawden. Both 1937 large scale lithographs by Eric Ravilious, Newhaven Harbour - THIS HAS BEEN SOLD. and Edward Bawden, Cattle Market..

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Carano Arts, Crafts & Vintage Fair

Large fair to coincide with The Grand's Nostalgia Day. Carano is delighted to add The Grand in Folkestone as a venue for 2017 to present prestigious arts & crafts fairs. Built in 1899 with..

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Inside Out Dress Agency

Spent an amusing half an hour in the shop brought shoes and leather jacket

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