Graham John

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Kings Hill was once a royal hunting ground.

Posted 6th June 2022
Kings Hill was once a royal hunting ground, has been a World War II airfield and is now described as 'a vibrant...

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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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So much to discuss in this Canterbury home!

Posted 16th May 2019
Some homes have so much to offer, such a lot to explain, mere words don't do them justice. This is one such home,...

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Eynsford: From Romans to modern rebels, an alluring village to settle in.

Posted 31st March 2018
Eynsford is a delightful place to be, the charming High Street has a look that will captivate any new visitor....

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Ramsgate: Charming, misunderstood and seventy four minutes from London!

Posted 31st March 2018
There are four hundred and forty-three Listed buildings in Ramsgate, an incredible number and a sign that this...

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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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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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Why you should nominate someone for the Food and Drink Awards!

Posted 26th March 2016
It's that time of year again, a point where I get excited at the thought of discovering new businesses and delights...

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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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