As a performance art, poi involves swinging tethered weights through a variety of rhythmical and geometric patterns. Poi artists may also sing or dance while swinging their poi. Poi can be made from various materials with different handles, weights, and effects (such as fire).
Does it mean "place of interest" in this context?
Far too energetic for fbb but possible for chum David who, although older, is wiry and less encumbered by bulk.
Because our research is based on arriving by rail, we search for Maidstone Stations to Vinters Park Crematorium. In this case fbb used Google Transit which is just Traveline and Transport Direct in a thin disguise.
Two options are offered. From Maidstone West station via bus 6A to the bus station.
Of course, we may be frightened by the concept of Park and Ride. Do we pay for the bus or the parking? Is it a combined ticket? Will we be able to travel "back" to the car park site if we haven't travelled into town? Is our old crusties free travel pass valid or not? In Exeter, for example, you have to park to use the ride. Again, thanks to the wonders of the interwebnet, we can glean the answers for the 506:-
Return Tickets can be purchased from town centre bus stops
The National Bus Pass is currently accepted on these services.
Off-Peak Day Return £1.60
So, all we have to do now is to find a train that gets chum David from Leicester to Maidstone East station. Should be a doddle. Oh yes, David is prudent with his pennies and would be looking for the cheapest rail ticket!
Should be a doddle - again!