Monday, 5 March 2018

Old Thanet photos, minor ramble

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Part of Poundland in Ramsgate seems to be turning into a clothes shop.

I think this is probably happening nationally.

Here in the bookshop in Ramsgate we have occasionally thought about branching out, records, coffee, stationary, but the only thing like this I ever tried was a video library which I concede was an unmitigated disaster.    

I think the new government housing plans may have a glimmer of light for the Pleasurama development as it may be possible for the council to revoke the planning consent, which is a major factor in the problem.

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