The local adults reading this will probably know what Charles Dickens said about Holy Trinity Church in Broadstairs, but for any children reading this it was "we have a church, a hideous temple of flint, like a petrified haystack." This was in around 1850 and I think Dickens wasn’t too keen on the napped flint, the church dates from about 1820 so would have been a modern building. I guess a bit like the people who say Turner Contemporary a shed.
Well now Ramsgate’s Pav looks like a petrified haystack, hideous though? I’m not quite sure, more of a photo opportunity I can’t think anyone would want to look at the rest of the photos on my phone taken when I went out this morning but here’s the link https://goo.gl/photos/L7EMnFDpqMhu17Wf6
Here is the link to the books that went out in my bookshop today for the dedicated followers of fiction http://michaelsbookshop.blogspot.co.uk/2016/11/reading-in-dark-in-bookshop.html