October 14th 1923 scouts outside the Royal Temple Yacht Club
November 13th 1921 scouts mayors day church parade St George's Church
scouts mayors parade 1947, car park Elms Avenue Queen Street?
mayors parade 1947 High Street Goulden and Wind's picture house
I have just had my lunch while watching PMQs which was almost enough to put me off voting for anyone.
It did however make me think about the use of the question in debate and how they are much easier to ask than to answer.
On the local history front I have been interested as to how much interest there has been in stuff relating to Broadstairs, with considerable feedback related to the Dancing Queen World Record Broadstairs 22nd May 2011 picture, so here is the link to the blog post about that then. This includes link to pictures of the event and has some videos of the dancing embedded in it http://thanetonline.blogspot.co.uk/2011/05/dancing-queen-world-record-broadstairs.html
On the local interest front another Manston document has appeared, here is the link https://static.secure.website/wscfus/10240501/5581843/manston-airport-a-national-and-regional-aviation-asset-volume-i-demand-in-the-south-east-of-the-uk-2017.pdf
And the debate on Facebook about the airport at https://www.facebook.com/groups/EastKentCivilSociety/permalink/1435680199835652/?comment_id=1438075089596163¬if_t=group_comment_reply¬if_id=1493059788701460 seems to have all but fizzled out.
Back to the questions, on the Manston front, for those who only want aviation use for the site, what use would thy like for the site if aviation just proves unviable and therefore impossible there? And of course the other way around, if the DCO gets approved and Manston gets turned into a busy airfreight hub, do those against this think there will be some way of living with it or will they just move away?