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Folkestone in Kent was once a secret hideaway for Edwardian Royalty as well as a popular place to paint.
Sandgate in Kent, once a watering place for rich & famous residents is well worth exploring.
Ancient market town famous for it's railway history and market.
Medieval Cinque Port with Georgian architecture and gorgeous tea shops - a real gem!
Make your own pilgrimage to Canterbury & hear some of the Canterbury Tales.
We have returned home with fond memories of Kent and particularly Romney Marsh. We enjoyed the day spent with you and thank you for making it so interesting.
- Richard , April 2018
Together with a number of supportive critical friends, we met as a group outside Canterbury Cathedral on a chilly sunny Sunday morning. Sue explained the route and was open to questions. Amongst the group were a couple of not ‘so sprightlys’ and the pace was set so that everyone could hear the commentary and see the points of historical interest. The tour was well researched and lasted about 2 hours, finishing with those who wished to take part in a very nice lunch and allowing us to further discuss the history of the places we had visited. Well done Sue!
- Tom & Paddy Elleman of Romney Marsh, Kent Canterbury Tales, November 2015
An interesting and well-informed talk.
- Wye Women's Institute , April 2016
A huge thanks for the exceptional service you provided the EDF Energy & World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) group on Saturday. I have heard nothing but positive comments from everyone. Many thanks.
- Dawn Roberts, Dungeness B Power Station Nuclear Generation EDF Energy - Romney Marsh, Kent, February 2016
A most interesting talk. It was well received by all members of the group.
- Breathe Easy British Lung Foundation Support Network, September 2016
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