Gravesend is a borough of Kent, bordering Dartford, Sevenoaks, and others, and has the dubious honour of having its name supposedly originating from the Domesday Book.
The Borough Council’s St George day parade last year was the biggest in the South East, with over 1,000 children from 25 schools taking part in the parade.
The Streets of Gravesend were reportedly “awash with a sea of white and red flags to mark all that is great about England on St George’s day”, and we’re proud to say that the large Union flags and St. George’s flags which were hanging above the streets were flags we produced here in Chesham.
All in all the event was a huge success, and we’re thrilled with the incredible turnout and patriotic feeling that always accompanies St George’s Day.
“The Aim of the event was to celebrate the patron Saint of England and bring together the diverse communities in Gravesham and Dartford.” Gurvinder Sandher, CEO of Kent Equality Cohesion Council