Tag Archives: Kent

Erith, when it was in Kent

The following poem, ‘an Ode to Old Erith’, Robert the Devil’s stomping ground, written by Pat Watson in 1982, mentions ‘Bob the Devil’. ODE TO OLD ERITH It was always a shabby, funny town, when I was small: It’s only … Continue reading

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Brighton calling…..

Tingly hands, sometimes, tingly legs. The system doesn’t seem to like surface pressure of any sort. Even the mildest of weights in the wrong place can produce the tingles. Perhaps it’s the medication? Perhaps it’s all imagined? Perhaps not, more … 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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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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