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Faversham is a historic town of some 20,000 people located on the north Kent coast between Sittingbourne, Whitstable and Canterbury. It is world famous for it's lovely winding creek, period houses, old pubs (complete with exposed beams and open fires) and various festivals that go on throughout the year.



West Street
This is West Street. It leads from the town centre, past various shops, past The Sun Inn, over the road and eventually past the duck pond.



Faversham Creek
The town is well known for the creek that winds through various estates, under a small bridge, past two lovely restaurants, Standard Quay, the marshes and finally links-up with Oare creek before joining the Swale, which is a tidal channel of the Thames estuary that separates the Isle of Sheppey from the rest of Kent.

The creek's two banks are named "Town" and, if you go over the bridge, "Brents".



Posillipo Restaurant
A few minutes walk from the town centre is a new block of houses located by the creek including Posillipo, an Italian restaurant well known for it's traditional Neapolitan cuisine prepared using local ingredients.

In front of this restaurant is a small bridge that overlooks the creek. This is a perfect place to sit in the summer with a glass of wine and watch the boats float past while putting the world to rights with a friend.




Faversham Creek
There are many houses situated on both sides the creek, many have moorings for various types of water craft including cruisers, barges and sailing boats.

On the left (Brent side) you can see "The Reach", which comprises of three blocks of houses surrounded by a high wall. Further down are some very new houses and behind those is a small industrial estate.

On the right (Town side) there is a private walkway that allows access to some new houses.



The Albion
On the Brents side of the creek is The Albion Taverna, a Mexican restaurant in a candlelit boathouse with beams and willow tree views, plus outdoor seating.

To the left (in the photo) is a small car park and a small patch of grass. This is often the site of small festivals.




About 1Km down the creek (Town side) is Standard Quay. Here you will find a restaurant (serving coffee, tea, cake, ice-cream and small meals), a wine bar, various shops and many boats and barges.








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