Copper Beech Café (CBC), situated directly next to JAGS Sports Club, is the perfect oasis to enjoy homemade food, great coffee and locally sourced products. Modern in design, the café hosts monthly exhibitions from local artists and multiple workshops for adults and kids.
The landscaped area outside is surrounded by plants and dotted with picnic benches, which surround the integral copper beech tree. Copper Beech Café is committed to recycling and all packaging is compostable and sustainable, including our bioplastic containers and straws. For further information regarding exhibitions, private hire and workshops, please visit our website.
During school term time, café opening hours are as follows:
08.00-09.00 & 16.00-19.00
In the holidays, the Café is open 08.00-19.00 every week day and 08.00-18.00 at weekends.
Please note we are closed for the Christmas holidays, 16th December – 3rd January inclusive.
Jolie Goodman MA has been making art for over 30 years. The exhibition Swimming in the Slow Lane consists of digital prints and paintings about her experience of swimming in local pools including at JAGS Sports Club.
I swim for health, exercise and because I enjoy it, I always feel better for a swim. I’m not fast. But there is nothing wrong with being slow. I find the experience of my morning swims inspiring. At a stage in my life where my artistic practice is pushed for time the making of digital drawings after swimming has been a way to sustain my practice. Digital prints are very flexible. They can be printed in various sizes. My prints about swimming are installed in the entrance hall of the new Salomons Centre Canterbury ChristChurch University, printed to A0 size.
For more information please contact Jolie at email@example.com