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Free Festival

For Health and Well Being

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Thanks to our collaboration with Social Enterprise Kent (SEK) we are able to present 2 free to attend workshops, "You Are What You Eat" hosted by Chef Mike Spackman and an "Urban Wild Food Adventure" hosted by Amy from Forth and Forage as well as an uplifting "Some Voices Choir" performance and a Sahaja Yoga Meditation.  


These SEK events have opened up new communities for Ramsgate Through The Senses to benefit those dealing with the impact of the cost of living crisis, that live in isolation or deal with mental health issues. 

If this resonates with you or someone you know, please registering via the "Join Us" buttons below

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You Are What You Eat....

Cookery on a budget workshop 

11.00am - 1.00pm Friday 17th May

Come and join Mike Spackman in a free to attended workshop designed to give you a hands on experience as well as tips and handy hints on how to shop smarter -

"The Canny Shopper".


Throughout the workshop he will also give you ideas on how to preserve and "stretch" food to make your budget go further.

You will be invited to stay to enjoy what you have prepared as a "family style" lunch.

Registrations closed on TUESDAY 14TH MAY

Waiting list now available








Urban Wild Food Adventure

11.00am Sunday 19th May

Join Amy from Forth and Forage on a free to attend discovery walk around Ramsgate.

Forth and Forage offers delightful foraging tours. Whether you’re a curious beginner or an adventurous cook, these tours are perfect for everyone! Let’s explore the delicious wild edibles together.  From fragrant elderflowers to spicy, aromatic herbs and gorgeous coastal greens, there’s something for all nature enthusiasts.





Waiting List Available







Some Voices Choir

The Queens Head

12.30pm Saturday 18th May


Come along and hear the choir sing....

SOME VOICES began in 2010 when founder Laura Howe started meeting with a small group of friends to sing and socialise in London. Since then, it has grown to over 1,400 members, rehearsing in 15 locations across London and now in Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge, Margate, Newcastle, Portsmouth, St Albans, Stroud, Wimborne and York. And from Spring 2024, Some Voices is going international with brand new choirs in Amsterdam and Paris!

Musical Directors Laura Howe and Curtis Stansfield have developed Some Voices’ signature sound and style with their original arrangements of popular tracks. Our eclectic repertoire spans disco, pop, folk, hip hop, rap, indie and more, all brought together with stunning harmonies

and a Some Voices twist. 

The Margate choir is fairly new, very friendly, and meets at ARK Cliftonville on Thursday evenings. For more information about how to come and join us visit

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Sahaja Yoga Meditation

11.00am Sunday 19th May

Join Tina Cesbron, one of several Sahaja Yoga Practitioners in South East Kent.


Tina has been practicing Sahaja Yoga meditation for many years, travelled to India several times, and had the good fortune to have met the founder of Sahaja Yoga, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.


What is Sahaja Yoga Meditation?


Firstly, there are no exercises, it’s an 'inner yoga'.


This involves the (very subtle) awakening of an innate energy that we all have within us.


This gives us a 'connection' by which we can start to experience a true state of meditation, beyond thought, as well as an awareness of our own subtle centres...known as chakras.


Through the regular practice of this unique meditation, we learn how to clear our own chakras, understand their qualities & experience a deeper state of meditation’s a journey of inner transformation!


Importantly, Sahaja Yoga is always Free.

You cannot pay for it, and once you 'get it', you can pass it on

Click here to find our more about chakras


Waiting list available


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