Things to do this weekend in Kent including The Battle of Britain Air Show in Headcorn and music in Mote Park

Live music, wartime house tours, a raft of drive-in movies and a three day airshow.
Just some of the events happening in Kent this weekend...

Concert goers last year in Mote Park
Concert goers last year in Mote Park

Revival in the Park, Mote Park

Saturday, September 26

If your family are missing the sounds of live music then this socially-distanced music event could be just the ticket.

Groups will be isolated to their own pods to ensure social distancing which each come with their own pub style bench. The event has been given the all clear to go ahead by Visit England.

To learn more please click here .

Visit the Old Forge Wartime House for an authentic Home Front experience
Visit the Old Forge Wartime House for an authentic Home Front experience

'Hedgerow Harvest' at The Old Forge Wartime House, Sittingbourne

Saturday, September 25

Finding food in wartime will be the theme of tours around this fantastic living history attraction in Sittingbourne this Saturday.

Pre-booked visits to the fully decorated Second World War house take place every Saturday where families can learn about life on the home front. A family ticket is just £15, adults £5 and concessions £4.

To book call 07561 647827. You can even pair your visit with a trip the the neighbouring Old Forge 1930s Tea Room. To learn more about that click here .

Planes will take to the skies this weekend for the Battle of Britain air show
Planes will take to the skies this weekend for the Battle of Britain air show

Battle of Britain Air Show, Headcorn

Friday, September 25 until Sunday, September 27

The 2020 Battle of Britain event is going ahead at the aerodrome this weekend with pre-booked tickets available only.

Choreographed Battle-of-Britain-era aircraft displays alongside attractions and re-enactments will all be on offer to visitors alongside all of the required safety measures in place related to the coronavirus pandemic.

Anyone wishing to visit must have already booked and paid for their ticket online in advance. No admission at the gate is available.

To understand more about the precautions and arrangements for coming to the event please click here .

Trolls World Tour is being shown in Canterbury this weekend. Picture credit: PA Photo/DreamWorks Animation LLC./Universal Pictures. All Rights Reserved.
Trolls World Tour is being shown in Canterbury this weekend. Picture credit: PA Photo/DreamWorks Animation LLC./Universal Pictures. All Rights Reserved.

Kent Drive in Cinema, Canterbury

Saturday, September 26 and Sunday, September 27

Trolls World Tour, Jurassic Park, Grease, Toy Story 4 and The Greatest Showman are amongst the blockbusters on show this weekend at Canterbury's drive in cinema.

Films are being shown across the weekend and tickets are still available which are £30 per vehicle plus a booking fee.

To grab your family's spot at the drive-in for a weekend movie experience with a difference please click here .

Knole has reopened some indoor areas to visitors
Knole has reopened some indoor areas to visitors

Knole House, Sevenoaks

Saturday, September 26 and Sunday, September 27

One of the county's most popular stately homes and now reopened its doors to visitors.

Families wishing to step inside Knole House once again, which has been closed since the start of the pandemic, must have a pre-booked National Trust ticket to go inside.

The house will open from 11am to 4pm, with last admission at 3.15pm, though the parkland is open dawn to dusk and the car park from 10am to 5pm. To learn more about the reopening please click here.

Looking for more events this autumn and winter? Learn how to book your families pumpkin picking slot here. And tickets for Bluewater's new Christmas event Believe are also now on sale .

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