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May 15th 2020 - Healthy Travel Information

Stay at home... In the interest of the health and safety of our residents and visitors during the COVID-19 outbreak, we are currently Safer staying at home.
Visitors are asked to NOT visit the Beach at this time, but rather reschedule or plan for a future visit when this health threat passes.

Currently Thanet has no provisions for visitors.
- no public toilets, they are closed..
- limited parking for local resident..
- shops are closed..

We ask you to not visit the beaches at this time.

Stay at home

Due to the ongoing lockdown and covid 19 we have to announce that visitors are not currently welcome to Thanet at this time. However, do know that Thanet will still be here when this is all over and we all look forward to seeing you then. We would also urge local residents to exercise...

Micro Pubs in Thanet

There are many Micro Pubs in Thanet they offer a small freehouse which listens to its customers, mainly serves cask ales, promotes conversation, shuns all forms of electronic entertainment and dabbles in traditional pub snacks’ There may be differences between the pubs; they may or may not have a bar, they might serve beer...

Things to do at the Beach

Things to do at the Beach Go for a swim Swimming is relaxing and fun, just remember the sea can be a bit colder than you expect even on the hottest day.  Some people just go for it and others slowly ease in, what ever you do just remember to enjoy it! Surfing Thanet...

Thanet Easter Beer Festival April 2017

Thanet Easter Beer Festival April 2017 Thanet Beer Festival 2017 The festival will feature 200 real ales, ciders & perries Live music Friday afternoon and evening and Saturday afternoon and evening Souvenir glasses, hot and cold food available at all times Children allowed when accompanied by well-behaved adults welcome until 7.00pm Friday 12 noon...

Why do we have high and low tide tides?

Why do we have high and low tide tides? Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of gravitational forces exerted by the Moon, Sun, and rotation of the Earth. See our live Thanet High Tide Timetable Some shorelines experience two nearly equal high and low tides each day,...

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