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The Moat Tea Rooms, Burgate, Canterbury

The last post on this blog (although I do hope you’re not trawling through this blog post by post, and if you are, hadn’t you better do the thing you’re putting off?   516 more words

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'Whales and Strange Stars': review

Kathy Sharp is a novelist well known for her three charming fantasy books set on an historical, fictionalised Isle of Portland: the Larus trilogy.

This, her latest novel, is also set in a simpler time than our own – but in a quite different place (although in it, too, water plays an important part). 429 more words


East Kent Artists’ Open Houses - weekend 2

21-22nd October

This year, for the very first time, artists in Deal and (Dover) join the East Kent Open Houses October event #EKOH with an art trail in their area. 471 more words


Stagecoach South East

When looking at the website for Stagecoach South East one of the first pieces of information that you are given is that the company has two key facts. 1,202 more words

Exploring New Opportunities

A couple of months ago, I wrote my first post for The Rising Blog which you can read here. In it, I mentioned that I took hold of new opportunities. 346 more words


Light Railway Tearoom, Hythe station

About everyone who comes to the south Kent coast west of Folkestone must have heard or seen something of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway… 289 more words

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Miss Mollett's High Class Tea Room, Appledore

It seems to me that there are roughly three sorts of tea establishment.  One, which I’ll call ‘the bog-standard sort’, is like Watt’s in Carlisle: just your ordinary eaty-drinky set-up, just happening to be a tea room.  503 more words

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