This year saw the first Canterbury Folk Festival in full swing in the Dane John Gardens over the last weekend in June. A full weekend filled with sunshine and folk music, in the beautiful parkland setting of the Gardens overlooked by the bandstand where all the acts would be playing from.
Rocking Robin Robin Redbest ale (the same one that Sally is enjoying below) which was seriously yummy, a light bronze easy drinking bitter made with Kentish hops. I must admit, for a determined non-ale drinker, I am finding more and more that are quite quaffable!
Vinngoute, which lived up to the translation of its name.
We sat and chatted in the sunshine, occasionally taking it in turns to walk Jax in the shadier areas of the park under the trees where the scent of South American BBQ was drifting through the air from the newly occupied Kiosk.