Published: 00:00, 01 September 2014
| Updated: 09:14, 01 September 2014
Organisers of the Faversham Hop Festival are cheering a successful year with bumper crowds over the weekend.
More than 30,000 are believed to have visited the events and activities to enjoy the music, dancing and variety of ales in the sunshine.
The festival had been under threat earlier in the year and the date had to be brought forward a week early because of Network Rail maintenance on September 6 and 7.
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Festival managing director David Thompson believes the family friendly format proved a winning formula.
He said: "I'm highly delighted with the way the festival went. Despite the change of date the festival was still fantastic.
"We have had positive feedback from traders, councillors and local people. I would like to thank all the volunteers who gave their time to ensure the festival's success.
“Event management provided a safe,comfortable environment for residents and visitors alike. This is my first year in charge and I couldn't be happier.”
Full pictures and reports from this year’s festival will be in Thursday’s Faversham News, so make sure you grab your copy!
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