Tuesday, 22 September 2015

New book on The Royal in Ramsgate

I assume everyone in Ramsgate is familiar with The Royal, or at least thinks they are. This new book, (A5 16 pages priced at £2) "The Royal, Ramsgate (The King's Head Inn) 1665-2015" is co-authored by Benedict Kelly, who wrote the two books about The Ganville and Gerald Tripp, who is our expert on history of the Eastcliff. 

This book was sponsored by the Mayor of Ramsgate Trevor Shonk and includes material from Trevor's archives.


All in all an informative read and a useful inexpensive present for anyone interested in Ramsgate history.

This book is available from my bookshop in Ramsgate and from The Royal public house.

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