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IT’S A BUSY weekend ahead with lots on and something for everyone whatever the weather.

Jumping Beaneys

Friday July 18, 10.30am-11.30am – A fun introduction to the museum. Fun Roman-themed storytelling, mini archaeological dig, try on costume and craft activity for the under 5s and their carers. £3.50 per child, accompanying adult free. Advance booking required. Canterbury Roman Museum, Longmarket, Butchery Lane, Canterbury, 01227 785575

Guestlist Rock Choir – The Choir That Rocks

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Friday July 18, 8pm – Local Rock Choir members come together to perform their specially arranged and choreographed repertoire. Tickets £12.50. The Gulbenkian Theatre, University of Kent, Canterbury, 01227 769075

Rock n Rat Pack live

Saturday July 19, 7.30pm – An evening of rock ’n’ roll favourites and classics from the kings of swing. We are delighted to welcome back Kent powerhouse band The Rockin’ Decades (formerly The Wrinklies) and popular local entertainer Martin Farbrother. Tickets: £10 in advance/£12 on the door. Horsebridge Arts and Community Centre, 11 Horsebridge Road, Whitstable, 01227 281174

Cherry Festival

Saturday July 19, 10am-5pm – Festival celebrating everything cherry. There will be 80 varieties on display, with a chance to try before you buy, and The Spitacular lets you attempt the longest cherry pip spit! Brogdale Farm, Brogdale Road, Faversham, 01795 536250

Craft Fair

Saturday July 19, 10am-4pm – Locally made handicrafts on display and for sale Alexander Centre, Preston Street, Faversham. Contact Anita Walker 01795 531192

Antiques & Collectables Valuation day

Saturday July 19, 9.30am-12.30pm – Tickets: £5 for 3 items that can be brought for valuation. Valuations will be carried out by The Canterbury Auction, they do not value autographs, records or stamps. Kent Enterprise House, The Links, Eddington roundabout, Herne

Vintage Summer Fayre

Sunday July 20, 11am-5pm – Step back in time and find everything from retro sweets to kitchenalia, and from vintage clothing to handmade gifts and accessories, plus a tea tent serving delicious homemade cakes, flap jacks and brownies. Admission to fair and gardens £5 per person (children under 12 free). Normal house tour admission applies. Belmont House and Gardens, Throwley, Faversham, 01795 890202

Go Tribal Family Challenge

Sunday July 20, 10.30am-4pm – Go tribal and challenge your family with our ultimate day of team-building and adventure. £25 per family of four (2adults & 2 children). Must book – limited spaces. Wildwood, Herne Common, Herne Bay, 01227 712111 www.wildwoodtrust.org

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