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Japanese Bookbinding Workshop with Esther Miles

Saturday 1 July I 9.30am-12.30pm
St Edmund's Art Department

Tickets: £25 including all materials

Join artist and St Edmund’s former pupil, Esther Miles, for a workshop on Japanese Bookbinding. Learn how to create hand-stitched notebooks using traditional binding techniques. Participants will create one paper back with their own brusho painting and one hardback with a case binding. Minimum age: 16. Limited to 12 places. All materials included. Refreshments will be provided by the St Edmund’s Leiths Academy students.

Tennis Booking

Open Tennis Tournament

Saturday 1 July I 10am
Tennis Courts
Entry Fee: £5

We are delighted to present the first ever St Edmund’s Open Tennis Doubles Tournament. Matches will be played on first-class courts set in the splendid grounds of the school. The competition is open to all tennis players aged 11+ including adults. Trophies will be awarded to the winners. Come and enjoy a morning of friendly but competitive tennis! Advance registration is essential.

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Football Fest

with Chelsea Football Foundation Development Team

Saturday 1 July I 10:30am
​Astro Pitch

Participation fee: £5

Calling all footballers in Years 2 – 6! Come and experience a fun coaching session and mini tournament with expert staff from Chelsea Football Club’s Foundation Development Centre. Participants will learn new skills and develop their technique. All levels of expertise are welcome. All participants will receive a medal. Advance registration is essential.

The Counterfeit Stones


Saturday 1 July I 8.30pm
Tickets: £29.50 adult I £19.50 child/student U21

Stones Booking

Why pay a fortune to see ants in a stadium when for a fraction of the price you can get up close and smell the faking brilliance of the Counterfeit Stones - described as a Rolling Stones’ hooky masterpiece. Their latest fast shuffle promises yet another night of utter Copy-Rock. Now in their 32nd year, these fraud-stars continue to deliver the best mock ‘n’ roll show on the circuit. Packed with big hits, retro fashion, vintage guitars and a huge dollop of Spinal Tap humour, it’s Satis-fiction guaranteed. So Come On all you Honky Tonks, Let’s Pretend The Night Together!

“The most famous Stones band in England” SIR MICK JAGGER

“Your contribution was much remarked upon”


“Better than the originals” THE GUARDIAN


Come early and enjoy the best views of Canterbury. Festival Bar and BBQ will be open from 6:30pm.


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