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As well as browsing a tempting array of locally produced food and drink stalls, visitors to this year’s three-day long, free festival on St Mary’s Island, Chatham, will be able to watch local teams, as well as Countryside’s very own team, competing in the fun and furious Dragon Boat race. Festival goers can also enjoy a must-see line up of local bands playing blues, folk and jazz tunes, plus Kent DJs. The festival is an ideal event for all ages, you’ll find a range of activities for children will also be available, including arts and crafts.
Iain McPherson, Director of Countryside Maritime, who is delighted to be sponsoring the Food & Drink Festival once again this year, comments: “Countryside is a significant developer at St Mary’s Island. Sponsorship of the Food & Drink festival last year allowed our brand to be very publicly seen and positively associated with the life of the area. We are keen to support activities that demonstrate that St Mary’s Island is a vibrant place to live work and play. As our investment in St Mary’s Island continues we are very happy to continue our sponsorship.”
Parklands at Azure is the latest phase of homes at St Mary’s Island. The Admiral B house design is an impressive four bedroom home boasting light throughout the open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. The middle floor is host to a guest room with en-suite and a further two double sized bedrooms with family bathroom. On the second floor you will find the master bedroom, dressing area and en-suite
In addition to Parklands, the new Water’s Edge collection of homes at Azure has also been recently placed on the market, offering residents impressive waterside views from their very own homes; perfect for those summer nights entertaining guests.
Prices for the four bedroom Admiral house design start at £475,000 and are available through the Help to Buy scheme. The new Water’s Edge collection of homes is also now available for off-plan sales. To register your interest, please call 01634 891200, email email@example.com or visit www.stmarysisland.uk.com.
Information correct at time of publication.