Ramsgate and Broadstairs posters displayed across London train and tube stations

The isle posters being displayed in London

Images of Ramsgate and Broadstairs are being displayed across London underground and overground stations, and on a host of digital channels, as part of a campaign to inspire people to explore Kent.

Each year, Visit Kent carries out a major Summer campaign to promote the county across London.

Now in its seventh year, the campaign has been developed with M&C Saatchi, AKA Media and Southeastern.

This year’s posters feature images from Viking Bay Broadstairs, Royal Harbour Ramsgate, Hever Castle, Medway Council (in partnership with The Historic Dockyard Chatham), Dover Castle, Shepherd Neame, Canterbury and Folkestone Artworks.

Visit Kent head of marketing Sinead Hanna said: “We are really excited about launching our summer campaign this week with this beautiful gallery of images. We feel they perfectly encapsulate the drama, culture and coastal beauty of Kent in a way that is bright, witty, confident and relatable.

“We have worked closely with our destinations, our attractions, and our partners at Southeastern to create a series of inspiring images that also include a clear call to action. There are plenty of reasons to choose Kent for the perfect summer staycation, but these 9 will really make your heart sing.”

The posters will be appearing across London stations, including large screens at London Victoria and Liverpool Streets stations, and in digital adverts on TripAdvisor, National Rail, and TFL websites.

To view all of this year’s campaign images, and discover nine first-rate reasons to choose Kent this summer, head to http://www.visitkent.co.uk/kent-is-calling-you