Events and Tourist Information
Broadstairs & St. Peter’s Town Council sponsors a programme of Summer Entertainment.
The Town Council has resolved that "Busy Broadstairs" will not be published for the year March 2014 - February 2015. However, an events booklet entitled "Discover Broadstairs" will be available at the end of March 2014.
A monthly sheet, listing what's on in Broadstairs and St. Peter's, continues to be produced and put up on Noticeboards and at the Visitor Information Kiosk. A monthly information sheet or flier listing what's on in Broadstairs and St. Peter's will be sent to the Visitor Information Kiosk for distribution to visitors and residents.
An up-to-date monthly events diary listing all the entertainment taking place in Broadstairs & St. Peter’s can be viewed by clicking on the link above.
Please note the information contained in these listings has been published in good faith on the basis of information supplied to Broadstairs & St. Peter's Town Council by the various organisations and associations in the town. The Town Council cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information given and accepts no responsibility for any error or misrepresentation. All liability for loss, disappointment, negligence or other damage caused by reliance on the information contained in these listings is hereby excluded.
Stormy Broadstairs and St. Peter's
Stormy weather can feel very exciting, and there are some great photo opportunities at this time of year, but please do not put yourself or your family at risk: respect the power of the sea and understand that parts of our shore are being actively eroded at present.
You should check for and take action based on severe weather warnings issued by the Met Office. Should a weather warning be issued, please avoid the lower promenades particularly at high tide and do not venture close to the shoreline.
There is an increased the risk of chalk boulders falling from the cliffs, and chalk arches or stacks collapsing. Kingsgate Arch on Kingsgate Bay is particularly fragile after the recent storms.
Signs along the Thanet coastline alert beach users to the general fragility of the chalk cliffs and advise the public not to sit beneath or walk close to the bottom of any chalk cliffs. Please follow this sensible advice.
Thank you for your co-operation and understanding.