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Estate view of Penshurst Place frosty morning (c) Tim Jordan

Father Christmas makes an early delivery to Penshurst Place –weekends in December
Saturday & Sunday 1st & 2nd , 8th & 9th , 15th & 16th , 22nd & 23rd December 2012
10.30am – 12.30pm and 1.30pm – 3.30pm. Step through the garden gates into Father Christmas’s magical grotto. Tickets £5 and no booking required. Should snow descend, on the weekends do ring 01892 871256 to confirm Father Christmas has arrived safely (last year his reindeer got him there every day!).

Christmas shopping at Penshurst Place & Gardens
Christmas Shop from 4 November – 24th December 10.30am-4.30pm
Gifts for all members of the family with local Kentish and Sussex produce hampers, Christmas trees and estate grown mistletoe. Parking is free with complimentary coffee and mince pie. Free entrance. Located next to the hard stand coach parking and visitor entrance.

Late night shopping
Wednesdays: 21st & 30th November and 5th, 12th & 19th December until 8pm.
Do some peaceful shopping in our Gift Shop, with 10% off all purchases made on late night evenings (excluding tickets, stamps and vouchers). Free parking and refreshments

Christmas Farmers’ Market at Penshurst Place
Saturday 1st December 9.30am-12 noon.
Penshurst Place car park – outside the visitor entrance.

The monthly Rochester Farmers’ Market will be pitching up in Corporation Street Car Park from 9am to 1pm this Sunday, 20 May.

Traders from across Kent who make, bake and grow their own goods will head to Rochester with a selection of fresh, local produce designed to tickle the tastebuds.

On offer at this weekend’s market will be a selection of fresh local meat, including sausages and bacon, bread, savoury pies and pasties, jams, pickles and fresh eggs.

There’s also specialist traders selling Indian and Russian cuisine, olives and French chesses and a selection of tipples including Kent cider and locally infused spirits.

The Farmers’ Market has been running since 2000 and is held on the third Sunday of every month, selling seasonal organic and non organic goods direct from the producer.


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