Saturday, 28 July 2018

Ramsgate Margate

Bit of a strange day today as I haven't really done very much. Recovery mode after the heat, although apart from the wind cooling things off in the shade, it still seems pretty hot to me.

The three pictures of the Dreamland Hall by the Sea, Sangers

Next pictures of Turner Contemporary in 2011

My understanding is that it costs £2m per year to run Turner Contemporary, so I was a bit surprised the read that Bernie’s Chocolate Bar in Margate's flatiron is to close see

When I talk to Margate traders Grayson Perry is often mentioned

 Here in Ramsgate, Harbour Hoo-Ha as part of Ramsgate Festival of sound in Pier Yard this is the link

We are along way from looking at this

and considering doing this

To build a venue

like this. We did you know.

Ah yes more, so regeneration through arts, privately funded which most of Ramsgate's is, publicly funded, or should the public regeneration funding go into something else? Dreamland perhaps. Some of it in Ramsgate perhaps - apart from Port Ramsgate that is?

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