Hastings

A day in Hastings can be an interesting mix of old and new to suit all the family.  In the Old town there is the Shipwreck Museum opened in 1986. Then past the unmistakable fisherman’s huts to the new Jerwood Gallery which only opened in 2012.

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St Peter's Church Sandwich

Exciting times ahead for St Peter's Church which sits opposite our office. We have been watching the work that has been carried out on the church that stands directly opposite our office. Well we have still been working hard taking bookings.

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Spotlight on Hythe

A pretty coastal spot that sits just outside Romney Marsh.  This small market town offers plenty of restaurants and cafes for all tastes.  The High Street has a mixture of unique and independent shops.

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Reasons to Visit Canterbury

Canterbury is a stunning city based in East Kent, which is steeped in history.  The city has so much to offer.  There is a lovely article in Kent Life this month, promoting all that Canterbury has to offer.

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Food for thought

I recently visited The Granville pub  at Lower Hardres near Canterbury where a chef to the Rolling Stones, U2 and Take That has taken over. I went on a Sunday and had a roast, it was delicious.

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Jerwood Gallery Hastings

Love art?  Then come and stay in Kent and Sussex where there are so many interesting galleries to visit.  I went to the award-winning Jerwood Gallery in Hastings over the Christmas holidays, which has a stunning location on the beachfront right in

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Literary Kent

The Express recently published an article about the top six places in England that book lovers should visit. Number one on the list was Kent! This is hardly surprising. Not only has it played host to literary greats such as Jane Austen and H.G.

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