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Artists, writers and musicians have long been inspired by this almost-island … Turner said Thanet had “the loveliest skies in all Europe” …for Dickens Broadstairs was “the freshest, freest place” …Rick Richards of The Georgia Satellites is here to tell you about it. Here's a little video we shot of Best Coast performing their song "Boyfriend" at our Ragbag of Jollification tour. During this time, they chat over coffee, enjoy a delicious slice of home made cake, read a newspaper or simply enjoy watching their child having fun and accomplishing feats that they never thought possible. And there is a variety of independent places to shop, eat, drink and stay.Londoners have been escaping to the Isle of Thanet for more than 200 years … Miles of low chalk cliffs edge the peninsula, sheltering a string of secluded, unspoilt sandy bays.As you leave the residential area you'll see the Quex Park welcome sign where you should turn left.Simply follow the road round until you see Jungle Jims!
These are the closest surfing beaches to the capital city: a popular choice with south-east boarders.
So that means no more fussing over finding that free spot in the town center and no more driving through the congestion zones to enjoy time with the children!
25/2/2013 Toddler Mornings 10am - 2.30pm, EVERY Weekday during term time. It's only £3.50 per child including a child's lunch.
Children may only visit Jungle Jim's when accompanied by an adult and the parents are encouraged to join their children in discovering the challenges of the indoor frame and outdoor activities. Here at the very edge of the Garden of England, three Georgian and Victorian resorts, each with its own distinctive character – Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate – cluster around the bays at the far end of a peninsula.
Once the children have gained confidence and choose to take on the challenges with their friends, the parents and carers can relax in comfort, knowing that their children are playing in a safe environment. There’s a retro feel to these harbour towns, with their remarkable 18 century architecture, their classic seaside heritage and kitsch, their eclectic attractions and live arts and music venues.