Folkestone Rowing Club is based in Sandgate. The Rowing Club welcomes new members who have rowed before or would like to try. It is a very popular place with the locals as it has a good bar that overlooks the beach and they have events throughout the year. They welcome social members if you don’t want to get wet!
Leisure activities in Sandgate include music, yoga and meditation sessions and live music and theatre performances. The Tower Theatre has productions and shows. Many of the pubs have DJ’s and live music. Check out the Eat and Drink section to get information on pubs and restaurants that have live music and events. Sandgate is home to the Sandgate Sea and Food Festival each August. Folkestone Rowing Club welcomes new members and holds the Folkestone Regatta every year which is a great event for all the family.
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Purely Yoga by Samantha based in Sandgate.
She Teaches Hatha yoga which is a branch of yoga that starts off with physical postures that eventually lead you to a better meditation practice.
Purely Yoga classes are held at St Pauls’ Church Hall, Sandgate.
There are many benefits of yoga for example:
The newly refurbished and totally wheelchair accessible Sandgate Library has a wide range of books (including large print books), audio books, DVDs and CDs to borrow.
Our range includes an extensive selection with Sandgate and Folkestone connections, including on HG Wells who lived in Sandgate for some years.
Sandgate Member’s Club is located under the Chichester Hall.
There is a fully licenced bar, two full sized snooker tables and a dart board. There are also large TV screens which show Sky Sports & BT Sports. Come and join the social events such as live music, bingo and karaoke nights.
Entertainment / Venue for Hire
The Tower Theatre is a community theatre and venue in Folkestone, owned and run by the charity Folkestone and Hythe Operatic & Dramatic Society (FHODS). The Tower provides a wide range of entertainment throughout the year, both professional and amateur, including a Pantomime. The theatre was converted from a former Garrison Church in the Shorncliffe Camp,