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Revelation St Mary's Present: Villagers + Support

Buy tickets at Advance: Adult - £16 / Under 16s - £12 Door: Adult - £18 / Under 16s - £14 2010 Mercury Prize nominee Conor J. O’Brien, known as Villagers, specializes in atmospheric indie folk/chamber pop that balances the youthful exuberance of contemporaries Jens Lekman, Eugene McGuinness, and Johnny Flynn with the classic rock and pop of artists like Paul Simon and Robert Wyatt. This will be the last performance of his UK tour featuring music from his new album 'Where have you been all my life?', which will be released on Friday 8th of January. There was a quiet buzz about O’Brien’s new project from the music critics and fans, which eventually transferred into..

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The Furrow Collective + Worry Dolls

Buy tickets at Advance: Adult - £10 / Under 16s - £6 Door: Adult - £12 / Under 16s - £8 Double nominees of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, The Furrow Collective is four accomplished folk musicians interpreting traditional folk music with an innovative approach using voice, guitar, harp, viola, concertina, saw and banjo. This performance will kick start their 2016 spring tour, doubling as the premiere live performance of music from their most recent album, 'Blow Out The Moon', released in September last year. The Furrow Collective will be supported by Worry Dolls, a London-based indie-folk duo that channel a strong Americana style with mesmerising harmonies, witty lyricism and inventive arrangements. Emily Portman is a singer, writer and concertina player originating from Glastonbury and hailed ‘one of the new..

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Children's Fairy Garden Flower Arranging Classes

Pop along and have fun in the holidays and learn the art of floristry in a relaxed fun environment. Children will learn about flowers while arranging them. This half terms theme is a Fairy Flower Garden with pretty..

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Plans for Elwick Place get the go ahead

The proposals for Phase one for the old Ashford Market site and adjacent land were unanimously approved by by Ashford Borough Council’s Planning Committee on 16th December. The plans contain Mixed use development comprising •A multi-screen cinema •A family hotel to support Ashford's growing tourist economy..

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Ashford's Right Track Music wins Small Business Saturday

Right Track Music, based in Javelin House, Henwood, were one of the 100 winners of the Small Business Saturday event - as part of that owner Chris Bailey was invited to a special small business Christmas Fair at The Treasury’s Internal Drum attended by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne Ashford MP Damian Green also visited Right Track on Small Business Saturday. Chris and Su Bailey were delighted to have been chosen as..

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Welcome to REAL Socialising's latest newsletter

Start planning your 'days out' diary, check out the range of activity on REAL Socialising offers days out with a difference, local pick ups and excellent service. REAL Socialising sends out a monthly..

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Weatherman Windows

Great job. Fitter very professional, tidy and friendly. Thanks very much.

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