Category Archives: Heritage

Era start or era finish?

So, is this the start of a beginning or just the end of a beginning? Mum died on August 14th. She was 82, had dementia and a right leg shorter than her left leg by some three inches and ……… … Continue reading

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UB=Uncle Brian

Brian James Howell Born in Erith in 1938, brought up in Dartford the youngest of three boys, his brothers were  Collin and Roy. Brian was a grandson of the infamous Erith bargee Robert  ‘The Devil’ Austin. Attended art school from  … Continue reading

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Your man Frankie speaks

Frankie Boyle 20 February at 11:46 · Here’s a wee column the Guardian wouldn’t print because they didn’t like the Rupert Murdoch jokes: Say what you like about Donald Trump but he’s already done things people said were impossible, like … Continue reading

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More from the haharchers.blogspot.com

Sunday, 13 November 2016 Well Played, Lilian And Oliver! On Tuesday evening, Lilian took a phone call from Rob – he has seen an AmSide property – Hillside – on the website and it looks just what he’s looking for, … Continue reading

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Donald Maxwell

Donald Maxwell died in Kent in 1936. He was an exquisite  artist. Google his work and enjoy. My beloved brother, Martin, bought me a book during his last visit to Blighty at Christmas 2014. It’s by said Mr Maxwell and … Continue reading

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The shops’ll be shut on Sunndee

The Daily Mash reports……………….. Britons buying six weeks of supplies for single day shops are shut 25-03-16 THE UK is buying in six weeks’ worth of groceries to get them through Easter Sunday when all supermarkets are closed.  Supermarkets are … Continue reading

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Ramsgate Harbour on a Sunday morning

Sunday dawned damp drizzly and chilly but that didn’t deter the dynamic  ‘photo team’ here at the Towers from venturing forth, Lumix in hand, hell bent on digitising trivia and tosh for all and sundry. Well, truth be told it … Continue reading

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