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Triple-ditch fortifications at Richborough Roman Fort, Kent

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Childhood, Infancy, Early Childhood

Childhood, Infancy, Early Childhood

Hainault Forest

Hainault Forest

Crabs, Canterbury, Childhood, Infancy, Early Childhood

One of the hottest books for 2014 is actually a memoir for a change. The book is called the Travels of the Black Raven, and it is eye-opening! I don't normally read memoirs but this one was amazing. http://bookstore.xlibris.com/Products/SKU-0142445003/The-Travels-of-the-Black-Raven.aspx

Telephone boxes turned into mini libraries…

Many villages in the UK have turned red telephone boxes into mini libraries, just take a book and leave one behind. I really live in the wrong country. Just not as glamorous without the red telephone boxes!

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This is where I picked up for my paper round and did the weekend shopping when Mum was working.

This is where I picked up for my paper round and did the weekend shopping when Mum was working.

Torpedo Boat MTB 102 at Ramsgate on 20th September 2012 Local residents will have noticed a striking visitor to the Royal Harbour this week, in the form of MTB 102, a historic torpedo boat. Ramsgate Maritime Museum was pleased to host this historic vessel it's heritage pontoons in the Royal Harbour for several days.

Come and visit Ramsgate's museum Kent, devoted to Britain's maritime history and the Royal Harbout at Ramsgate.

St. Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury - English Heritage. Open daily, April to September, Wednesday to Sunday through October, and weekends only, November to March.

St Augustine's Abbey Canterbury -this great abbey, marking the rebirth of Christianity in southern England, was founded shortly after AD 597 by St Augustine. Originally created as a burial place for the Anglo-Saxon kings of Kent. via English Heritage

Pluckley,Kent, UK Typical Kentish scene, the Oast Houses were used to dry hops in the beer making industry, now most of them have been developed into living spaces. Pluckley and surrounding areas was the location for The Darling Buds of May, one of my favourite series ever

Pluckley,Kent, UK Typical Kentish scene, the Oast Houses were used to dry hops in the beer making industry, now most of them have been developed into living spaces. Pluckley and surrounding areas was the location for The Darling Buds of May

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