Culture Hub: Our edit of the most entertaining events in August

Wild child

Bore Place near Bough Beech will be holding a den building and campfire fun event on August 21 from 9.30am to midday. So why not get your kids away from their screens and into the great outdoors. Hot chocolate and marshmallows will also be served. Suitable for children aged 6-11. Go to

Fringe benefits

Trinity are hosting their first fringe festival this month. The ArtsBox Festival celebrates local talent, putting emerging artists firmly in the spotlight. With both free and ticketed events there is a chance for everyone to be involved, be creative, and be entertained. For more details see

Movie magic

The UK’s first open-air cinema for children comes to Dunorlan Park this month. Celluloid classics will be screened alongside more contemporary offerings such as Dumbo, Peppa Pig and The Lego Movie 2. Find out more by visiting

I scream, you scream . . .

On August 26 Kent Life in Maidstone hosts its popular Ice Cream Festival. Visitors will be able to sample a taste from a total selection of 20 ice cream flavours and there’s also a traditional Punch and Judy show to enjoy. Ticket prices are £9.95 for adults, £8.25 for children aged between three and 15, and for a family of two parents and two children £32.95. For more details go to


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