Graham John

Category: Locations we Love (page 1 of 2)

Hadlow: Home to a renowned Folly, great community and an agricultural college.

Posted 21st February 2017
The Domesday Book recorded this village as having Two Mills and Twelve Fisheries,  twelve acres of meadow and...

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Dover: Port out – Commuter Home

Posted 13th August 2016
Some towns struggle to shake off a poor image and for many people 'in the know' that can actually be a great asset....

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Canterbury: Stronghold in the Alder Swamp

Posted 15th June 2016

This is a city that has many faces, means different things to different people...

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240 Acres of joy in Bexley Borough

Posted 3rd June 2016

There's a real magic in discovering something new especially when it is a real...

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My favourite building in Kent

Posted 6th January 2016
A ripple nudges at stonework beside your feet, the wake from a duck that has hurriedly left just seconds before,...

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Kentish Tranquility.

Posted 9th October 2015
As your head turns to glance through a door way your gaze is drawn into the distance. Beyond the darkness of the...

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‘As handsome a watering place as England can show’

Posted 20th August 2015
Within his book 'Rural Rides' published in 1830, William Cobbett commented that it ' now a little place; probably...

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A jewel by the sea

Posted 20th July 2015
Tucked on the south coastline of Kent is a lovely hideaway that manages to offer so much. Very much a town of two...

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Kents best town? Shhh! Don’t tell anyone…

Posted 2nd July 2015
As you wander out of the edge of the sixty nine acre park and along the riverside you could be forgiven a moment...

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