Event on Margate harbour arm other events held at this venue Margate Market: Sun 12 Sep 2010 12:00 to 16:00. Rare opportunity to take a look inside Margate's Tudor House, thought to date from the early 1500s, and once owned by 'King of Margate', Francis Cobb. With free family entertainment on Saturday.
Individuals and small groups welcome - 35 maximum.
Access opposite the Royal Sea Bathing Hospital; event starts at 10.30.
There is a word for this sort of thing, makes the person who wrote it feel hot and go all red, oh what is it, starts with M, I think. Oh yes embarrassing – thank God for the spell checker.
This is what the council have to say about, The European Day of Jewish Culture and Heritage at Ramsgate http://www.visitthanet.co.uk/thedms.asp?dms=13&p1=db&p2=ev&feature=1037&GroupId=1&venue=3201210&easi=true and this is the actual program of today’s events.
RAMSGATE Montefiore Synagogue & Mausoleum
Grade II* listed Regency synagogue by first Jewish architect David Mocatta.
Nearby Mausoleum of Sir Moses Montefiore. Honeysuckle Road, Ramsgate,
Kent CT11 8AA. T S 9.30am-2pm Guide on site
RAMSGATE Thanet & District Reform Synagogue
293a Margate Road, Ramsgate, Kent CT12 6TE. D T 11am-3pm. Exhibitions:
Art & Judaism, 25 Years of Reform Judaism in East Kent.
I wonder how the council came to think the, The European Day of Jewish Culture and Heritage is taking place at Ramsgate Harbour, when it is at Thanet & District Reform Synagogue in Margate Road, Ramsgate.
Or how their directions to get there say that “access is from: Honeysuckle Road, Ramsgate CT11 8AA Dumpton Park Drive, Ramsgate CT11 8AD, entrance east of the Montefiore Medical Centre.”
As they also say that his is where Ramsgate Market is held, there may be some congestion somewhere on market day.
All of this would be funny – what am I talking about here it is funny – if it wasn’t that these are the councils directions to potential tourists.
There will be more of this ramble as the day progresses.