This year the annual Tenterden Folk Festival took place in torrential rain. But undaunted by the weather the music and dancing went on.
Author: Jacquie Stamp
Dr Jacqueline Stamp has lived in Kent since the age of 9 and is interested in the history, heritage and literature of this county as well as her native West Yorkshire. She holds a PhD in English Literature from Canterbury Christ Church University and a Master's degree in Dickens and Victorian Culture from the University of Kent. She writes and lectures on a range of topics, dances with three Kent-based Morris sides, and drives for the elder-care charity Re-Engage.
Willesborough Windmill is a landmark South East of Ashford, run by a small but enthusiastic group of volunteers