Saturday, 27 August 2011

Margate businesses open for Blink event Sat 27th August


We've been told from the horse's mouth the best place to view Blink
tonight is on the main sands facing the stage.
More info on Blink and associated events is available here:
Showtime is 9.15pm.

Have a great evening tonight in Margate.

Chair, Margate Independent Traders
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We've gathered a list of some of the businesses opening late for the
Blink event this evening in Margate. Others are listed on the Blink

The seaside front of Hunkydory24 will be open till 11pm selling Tea,
Coffee , and hot dough'nuts! Weather permitting!
Donna and Terry

OUTSIDE THE SQUARE' Art Gallery , 3 Duke St, Old Town Margate... will
be open for the Blink tomorrow evening Saturday 27th.
3 Duke Street, Old Town Margate. CT 9 1 EP.Open from 10am - 8.30 pm
10 % Discount on all purchases and Free Framing on selected lines.

The Harbour Arm Gallery will be open until 8pm - for ARE YOU LOCAL?
Fontaine Decorative
The Old Laundry
St Johns Road
Open later than normal from until 6pm tomorrow!

ArtMart Marine Studios
17 Albert Terrace CT9 1UJ
11.00 - 8.30 pm Sat 27th
11.00 - 4.00 Sun 28th
The ArtMart will sell beautiful things made by local Artists and those
who have been working with Marine Studios.

We will be selling works from £1 - £50
Pop in if you can.
2 Market Place, Old Town, Margate
Open till 8pm.

7 Market Place
Old Town
01843 299055

Open until 9pm

The Shell Grotto
Open until 7.30pm.

RG Scotts, incorporating Junk Deluxe & 20th Century Frocks
Open until 7.30pm. Join us for a drink before Blink.

The Gate
Margate Old Town
Open till late.

The Greedy Cow
Old Town, Margate
open late saturday and offering a homemade burger and beer for 8
english pounds. Last food orders at 8pm.

Margate Gallery
2 Lombard Street Margate CT9 1EJ
Beside the sea –  summer exhibition at the Margate Gallery

Pie Factory Margate,
5-7 Broad Street CT9 1EW

A Creative explanation into the unexpected emergence of an urban
environment in an unexpected context visualised in many mediums

Pop up shop
Second Gear – lost and found clothing for men


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