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Urban vibe, coastal cool, rural retreat. Live the lifestyle you’ve always wanted.


The ultimate flexible workplace? London in under an hour. Work from home. Or choose both.


A highly accessible location with a focus on growth and investment. Play a part in our future.


Prepare to be surprised by our arts festivals, safaris, historic adventures and beaches. All are welcome.


So, what is it about Folkestone and Hythe? Put in the simplest of terms, it’s extraordinary.

This is a place that will delight and surprise, where you can find internationally acclaimed art down by the harbour, or practice your skateboarding at the world’s first multi-storey urban sports park. Where you can work on the beach or commute to London in under an hour. Where safaris on the Kent savannah meet Britain’s only classified desert at Dungeness.

Folkestone and Hythe blends coastal cool with urban vibe and rural adventures. Its people are passionate about where they live and work.

Extraordinary people and places are Folkestone and Hythe – your experience starts here.

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Kent’s largest wildlife attraction is home to more than 700 rare and endangered animals.


Having Disney and Dreamworks on their client list, Progress are doing something right.

FH: stories | F51

A new urban sports park, believed to be the first of its kind in the world, is coming to Folkestone in 2020. The development has been funded by the Roger De Haan Charitable Trust, whose investment has helped to drive millions of pounds into the district, from the regeneration of Folkestone Old Town to the transformative Folkestone Harbour Arm.


Many people, businesses and organisations share our passion for Folkestone and Hythe – by working together we will build the profile of the district. Here’s the essential who, what, where, when, how of our campaign and access to our brand toolkit.


Tell us what you find extraordinary about Folkestone & Hythe. From your favourite places, to memorable days out and the people and businesses who make it the place it is. We want to hear from you.

Charivari Day Carnival – Strange Cargo  |  RHDR  – Terese Baskett  |  Boat installation – Thierry Bal  |  Eurotunnel Le Shuttle – Declic image  |  Daniel Kennedy – Progress Creative  |  F51 render – Guy Hollaway