InFaversham

The website about local businesses for people who shop in Faversham

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Welcome to InFaversham

The website about Faversham’s businesses including opening times, delivery services and opportunities to buy online.
 
During the current COVID-19 situation, many businesses are taking extra precautions to ensure everyone’s safety and adapting their businesses to meet customer’s current needs.

In light of this, InFaversham aims to host the latest information about Faversham’s local businesses – both on our website and social media.

InFaversham can help people to stay safe and still continue to shop locally. We want to ensure our wonderful businesses are still in Faversham in the weeks and months to come.

The website is run by volunteers from three local firms – Red Dog Public Relations Shore Way Marketing and website designers Bryter Digital.

FAVERSHAM BUSINESSES

Gift shop

Presentimes

Presentimes stocks a wide selection of cards, balloons, gifts and wrappings. Picturesque shop located on Faversham’s Market Place. 14 Market Place Faversham, Kent, ME13 7AE Email: [email protected] Website Tel: 01795 533 050

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LATEST NEWS

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Faversham Keeps Trading

Check out this fabulous photo-gallery of town centre businesses – celebrating opening their doors again to Faversham’s shoppers.

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Faversham Market Through The Ages

Faversham Market was mentioned in the Doomsday book in (completed in 1086) as one of only 42 places in England that was recorded as having a market.  In 1546 King Henry VIII granted Faversham a Charter of Incorporation, which included the privilege of a market

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CONTACT US

If you would like to include your business details on In Faversham, or would like further information on our services, please use the contact form. We aim to respond within 24 hours.

ABOUT US

In Faversham is brought to you by Bryter Digital, Shore Way Marketing and Red Dog Public Relations – local agencies who support businesses with their websites, marketing and communications. 

Recognising the amazing efforts by local businesses to adapt to a very challenging climate – the agencies are working together to provide a free platform for businesses to promote themselves to local people.