Numerology information Folkestone:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear


Definition funny of Folkestone:

urbanThe crappiest town in south east kent.

urbanMy god, this place is worse than folkestone!

urbanSeaside town on the south east coast of England. Population around 50,000. Features of note: Debenhams (geriatrics' department store), two branches of Sainsbury's (a British supermarket), The Leas Cliff Hall (entertainment venue for once great acts before they finally fold or retire), for some reason a couple of very good grammar schools (The Folkestone School for Girls, The Harvey Grammar School), The Channel Tunnel and also 304 funeral directors. Minor features: A pleasant fishing harbour, a soft drinks factory (Silver Spring Mineral Water Co Ltd), some chalk hills and a town centre infested with Chavs. Focal point of life for under eighteens is probably McDonald’s or KFC. For the over 65’s then it’s one of the 285 General Practitioners the town boasts – or the Cardiac Unit at the William Harvey Hospital, Ashford, prior to the services of the above mentioned army of undertakers. Folkestone is not a young person's town, though does seem to be a minor magnet for asylum seekers. You can often see the police picking them up on the motorway where they’ve just popped out of the back of some unsuspecting lorry that’s just arrived on the Eurotunnel or on a ferry in Dover.

urbanYes, I've been to Folkestone. Biggest departure lounge in Britain - thousands of old codgers shuffling around waiting for the Grim Reaper or a Blue-Cross Saver Day at Debenhams. The air was full of vultures waiting for an easy meal.

urbannice town, needs a repaint and a decent night club

urbanQ.going to folkestone tonight A. shame about the crap night clubs

urbana loose cunt (named after the entrance to the channel tunnel)


Songs about Folkestone:

songsThe Folkestone Murder by George Spicer from the Album You Never Heard So Sweet

songsThe Folkestone Murder by Charlie Bridger from the Album It Was On A Market Day - One

songsFrom Folkestone for Calais by Rev Neil Down from the Album When a Wrong Turns Right


Books about Folkestone:

booksFolkestone for the Continent 1843-2001 by John Hendy (Nov 30, 2014)

booksFolkestone to 1500: A Town Unearthed by Paul Dalton, Lesley Hardy, Keith Parfitt and Andrew Richardson (Nov 25, 2013)

booksFolkestone Through Time by Alan F. Taylor (Dec 2, 2013)

booksThe Radical Lord Radnor: The Public Life of Viscount Folkestone, Third Earl of Radnor (1779-1869) by Ronald K. Huch (Mar 11, 1977)

booksFolkestone Ritual Case by Charles Joseph Ridsdale, Archibald John Stephens (Jul 17, 2009)

booksFolkestone: Webster's Timeline History, 616 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)

booksFolkestone during the war [1914-1919] a record of the town's life and work by John Charles Carlile (Aug 31, 2012)


Wiki information Folkestone:

English civil parish, Employer, Statistical region, Dated location, Administrative Division, Location, Travel destination

Folkestone is a port town located on the English Channel, in Kent, south-east England.

Folkestone Invicta F.C.
Football team, Sports Team, Organization

Folkestone Invicta F.C. are a football club based in the town of Folkestone, Kent, England. They play their home matches at Cheriton Road, currently known under the terms of a sponsorship deal as the Fullicks Stadium, and currently compete in the...