Graham John

Category: Locations we Love (page 1 of 4)

Meopham, the longest village in England

Posted 24th November 2022
Meopham has the distinction of being 'the longest village in England'. It's not an accolade you may expect or...

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Egerton: atop the Greensand Ridge

Posted 2nd November 2022
The Greensand Way is a one hundred and eight mile walk that connects Hamstreet in Kent to Haslemere in Surrey. Egerton...

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Charing, the Kent village with a Palace

Posted 10th September 2022
Charing, the village with a Palace sits upon the Pilgrims Way and has a long history. It is one of those villages...

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Lunch with a British Icon

Posted 27th May 2022
Food is something of a passion and definitely a source of pleasure so, whenever I'm in London, it's hard to pass...

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In ‘The Lost Garden of Sevenoaks’

Posted 23rd May 2022
There is a moment where you pause your journey up a gently sloping trail in 'The Lost Garden of Sevenoaks,  a...

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Ludlow, it seemed a good candidate.

Posted 17th August 2021
Castles are a huge fascination and that historic cluster of structures in northwest Wales seemed a likely destination....

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Llangoed Hall and the Wye River

The Wye of Llangoed Hall: a magical visit.

Posted 23rd July 2021
I love surprises,  admittedly there is no reason why I should have been surprised by The Wye of Llangoed Hall...

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Faversham: from here the fighting merchantmen went out!

Posted 10th December 2019
Towns have history, they have character and they change. Like people places mature, develop and adjust and that...

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Broadstairs: Sandy Bays, Surf Schools and Dickens

Posted 15th November 2019
Broadstairs is a town that many know already, nestled between Ramsgate and Margate it has long been the 'go to'...

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