Friday, 7 February 2020

Ramsgate weathervanes to identify, some thoughts on Harbour Street and anything else I can think of

1 Do you recognise this Ramsgate weathervane

If you stand by this lamppost in Ramsgate you can see several weathervanes, and if you have a camera with a long wosisname you can zoom in on them, which I did. So can you identify the the other weathervanes photographed today from the same place.

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Harbour Street next
 The closed schoolwear shop is going to open as a convenience store very soon
 Costal Bar is due to open this evening
 work is moving along to turn what was Celandine Hall into a cafe and offices

Here at work, Michael's Bookshop Ramsgate I have been doing my quiet time of the year stuff
  new header board over the craft an engineering section, I guess it's labels for it next.

link to the photos of the books new in today

Nice Things in Harbour Street has a Mencap exhibition





Worth a look if you are in that part of the town.

 No change with the closed Daily Grind yet, I guess a lot of the problem there was the very difficult shop front.

on to yesterday's answers

 The one that proved very difficult was All Saints Birchington, Dante Gabriel Rossetti who had a bungalow at Westgate is buried there

 The other one was St Laurence Church Ramsgate


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