Click on the link for the pictures of the pictures taken this morning http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/Julylaptop3/id9.htm I think they must have gone up late yesterday.
I suppose the thing that stands out here is that with all of the evident local talent, why are the exhibitions that are being put on in the Droit House not better.
My understanding is that the Marks and Spencer building in Margate is still council owned and empty too, so surely something better could be done to kindle some sort of interest in the arts there.
Perhaps the problem is that conventional painted pictures are not elitist enough.
Oh well who knows what their remit can be, anyway here are the rest of the pictures from this mornings walk, and some thoughts on them http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/Julylaptop3/id11.htm
I don’t like the look of the blocked drain on the cliff top above the Pleasurama site, this is just the sort of thing that has caused cliff collapses in the past.
The boule park behind Harbour Street looks to be too weedy for play, suggesting that the thing was a bit of a white elephant.
The old police station seems to be vacant, I wonder if it is council owned.
The new bit of the Granville has been scaffolded so I wonder if anything has gone wrong with the construction, it’s probably the roof again.
The stone wall at the top of Augusta Stairs is sinking again and more cracks are appearing in it.
Work is well underway on the restoration work to the Granville Marina, pity about losing the parking spaces there.
I am a bit worried about the new pictures, looking at the situation under the pavilion shelter and wonder if there is any sort of graffiti proof coating that can be applied to them.