Faversham Life

An inside view

About Faversham Life

Faversham Life is an online magazine giving an insider’s view of this ancient Kentish market town.
With a new feature published each Friday, we will uncover fascinating Faversham people, profile shops and businesses, review its restaurants, reveal hidden gardens, explore Faversham’s architecture and culture, give recipes using locally-produced food and feature anything else that enthralls and excites us.

Faversham Life was launched in September 2016. It was the creation of writers Sarah Langton-Lockton, Amicia de Moubray and Posy Gentles, and photographer Lisa Valder. On its fourth anniversary, Sarah Langton-Lockton stepped aside and writer Justin Croft joined us. All the views we express will be personal, possibly whimsical, sometimes controversial, but always passionate and curious about Faversham.

We want to share this passion and curiosity with you, so please subscribe online to receive Faversham Life each Friday absolutely free.

We will not accept advertising or paid-for content.

Faversham Life – About Us

Justin Croft has lived with his family in Faversham for more than 20 years and is fascinated by the deep history of the town and surrounding area. He is an antiquarian bookseller and an expert in books and manuscripts for the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow.

Posy Gentles is a gardener with a particular interest in garden renovation and imaginative pruning. She has written books and articles about food and house decoration and is an avid peerer into skips and visitor of boot fairs and charity shops. She went to school in Faversham and, after much meandering found herself, to her delight, back in Faversham. She has no plans to leave again.

Amicia de Moubray has been a journalist for more than 30 years. She has written for the Architects’ Journal, the World of Interiors, Vogue (USA), The Times and the Evening Standard, amongst others. Her work includes The Forgotten Architecture of the Kent Coast, published by SAVE Britain’s Heritage (2010) and Twentieth Century British Castles (2013). She has lived near Faversham for 23 years.