TV weathergirl Kaddy for city festival
THE outlook will be bright at a Canterbury beauty spot, where former TV weather-girl Kaddy Lee-Preston is due to make a guest appearance.
The popular meteorologist, who forecast the weather for BBC South East Today for 11 years, will be heading to Hambrook Marshes in Wincheap for the fourth annual Haymaking Festival on Saturday, July 14.
Live music, drama performances, children's activities and art workshops will be on offer at the free event, which is run by Herne Bay-based charity Kent Enterprise Trust.
Visitors will also be able to watch raptor displays and heavy horses demonstrating hay cutting, and try their hand at survival techniques, first-aid skills, scything and woodcrafts.
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Tea and coffee stalls and CAMRA's real ale, cider and wine tent will keep guests refreshed, as well as Kentish food stalls, which will include a hog roast and barbecued Godmersham game.
Proceeds from the event, which will run from 11am to 4pm, will allow Kent Enterprise Trust to help the unemployed or those with learning difficulties to find training or employment opportunities.
Funds raised will also help the social enterprise to maintain Hambrook Marshes as a public amenity and wildlife reserve.
The meadow boasts the Canterbury to Chartham riverside path and a footbridge over the River Stour, which opens up access to the secluded corner of the city.
Parking will be available at the Riverside Retail Park near Wincheap Park and Ride.