Wild food experimentalist and educator Fergus Drennan is coming to Betteshanger. Regularly appearing on radio, television and in magazines, Fergus has become a wild food guru and foraging icon. Now, he’s bringing his expertise to the Park for a set of exclusive workshops as part of Deal Music & Arts at Betteshanger (Sunday 30 June).
We recently caught up with Jo Miller, Sound Therapist and Artist at Solasta Sounds. Jo has been frequenting the Park in preparation for her Sound Bath Meditation sessions, running during Deal Music & Arts at Betteshanger on Sunday 30 June.
This International Women’s Day, Betteshanger is honouring the humble heroes of the Kent Coalfield. With the help of the Kent Mining Museum team, we’ve pieced together a picture of life for local miner’s wives – thanks to those in our local community who’ve taken the time to share their stories.
The concept of “new year, new you” is often overused in January. But how many people set realistic goals for the year? And are they regularly reviewed or even achieved? We’re just two weeks into 2019, are your good intentions are already starting to wane?
Betteshanger and MY/PT joined forces for SURVIVAL2 on Saturday, October 6 2018. Together we jumped, swam, swung and battled our way to victory.
Mental health is just as important as physical health but it often still feels like there’s some resistance in talking about and tackling mental illness.
We love our Park. It is our home. It is the home to native plants, animals and insects. Betteshanger is a place of history, a place to play and a place to be with family and friends. And this week, we’ve been thinking about International Mother Earth Day and our responsibility to protect our Park […]
Easter. A time for family, community, adventure and fresh air. For many, and we include ourselves in this, it’s a time for chocolate.