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Blog: Down to Margate

A weekend trip to Margate? Why would you go there? – is the question some people will ask. We took a trip down to the South East coast to see how Margate’s recent revival had left it and if it is worth revisiting now. 577 more words


Blog: A brief history of Margate's demise and re-emergence

Margate is dubbed as the original seaside resort and during the 60s and 70s it attracted thousands of peoplelike Del Boy and Rodney (during Only Fools and Horses 1989 Christmas special) every weekend from London and further afield. 625 more words


North of Kent #3

North of Kent #3, oil on canvas, 20 by 36 inches, 2014.


Britain's 'Mrs Terror' wants to be Isis' first female suicide bomber

A mother-of-two from Kent dubbed ‘Mrs Terror’ has suggested she wants to become Isis’ first female suicide bomber.

Sally Jones, who goes by Umm Hussain, is one of the world’s most wanted terrorists and is reportedly on both the Pentagon’s and the S.A.S.’s ‘kill list’. 192 more words


Winter Reculver

Reculver, near Herne Bay in Kent, is probably best known for its Towers, dating from the 12th century and once part of a monastic church.  In my previous visits to Reculver, they have been my focus too and I have shared photos of them in previous posts ( 77 more words