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Afternoon Delight

After a night of tumultuous storms, Saturday, the day of our friend Karen’s annual beach hut party, dawned bright and fresh. We made our way to Whitstable on the train and, by way of Regent Street, to the town centre. 274 more words

Flowers

Margate’s Dreamland is back from the dead

Dreamland’s phoenix-like return has attracted masses of publicity but do its retro rides and Instagram-friendly kitsch aesthetic live up to the hype? Here, Kent resident and Guardian food critic Marina O’Loughlin sees whether it floats her swing boat.

Travel

Green River flowing in the Kent Valley

Are you ready for some more Green River Trail?

I walked another few miles of the trail a couple of days ago.  I thought this next piece would be rather boring but I was in for lots of surprises including another childhood memory. 1,147 more words

Nature

Train journey hell 🚄

So I don’t usually write about feeling completely socially anxious in public. I think I try to deny that I get anxious, because I don’t have anxiety. 599 more words

Reculver (Part 2)

I have recently spent quite a bit of time at Reculver, on the north Kent coast.  Combining the coastline with a country park and, of course, the 12th century Reculver Towers, there are plenty of photographic possibilities there.   82 more words

Photography

'Who in Hoo' (Part 1) Photographed by Darren Osborne Photo

Who in Hoo’ (Part 1) is an independently researched and self-initiated project documenting a portrait of the diverse social activities and distinct social narrative within the Kent village of ‘Hoo St Werburgh’ 51 more words

Darren Osborne