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Good eats #1

Food is pretty much the centre of my socialising world, and while it’s so easy to go to places you already know and order the same old thing off the menu that you usually get (in my case Zizzi’s carbonara), but I have actually been to a few new amazing places recently that I think need to be shared. 632 more words

Food

One Arch .... Five Takes

Earlier this month we visited Penshurst Place, in Kent…  (Picture One)

I liked the photograph and I liked the way the arched framed that old tree, especially the knobbly bits on the tree… so I decided to play around with the photograph, in Lightroom. 207 more words

Photography

CLIK is in the news...

CLIK has made the news. News Shopper picked up on our fortunate stumbling across an interesting job advert that suggested Kent had already decided what the future holds for public libraries across the county. 446 more words

KCC Recruitment

The Canterbury Cafes... See what I've done there?

During my three years studying at the University of Kent I have spent a considerable amount of time being in awe of and admiring the beauty of the city of Canterbury. 691 more words

Summer Exhibition

26th July -21st September 2014

Stark Gallery

68 Castle Street Canterbury  Kent  CT1 2PY

Tel: 01227 767128

The gallery is very easy to find from Canterbury city centre, Castle Street being just a few minutes’ walk from Lloyds bank, where St Margaret’s Street meets the High Street. 26 more words

Priscilla Jones

Golding Hop Public House

Scorching temperatures today, I knew there was only one place we could paint in… Yes, you guessed it right. Outside the pub with a big umbrella overhead. 201 more words

Meetings

What's it like to have Spider-Man as a father? This little boy knows...

Every little boy thinks their dad is a hero – but three-year-old Christopher Lee has more reason to think so than most.

That’s because, every day, his father dresses up as Spider-Man to play with his son. 141 more words

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