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Written by the late Harold Gough, this is an expanded edition of a book that has been out of print for some years.

This revised version has been chosen as the inaugural title in a new series of books on the Herne Bay area, and is seen as a fitting tribute to Harold who was an accomplished local historian.

The Fishpool Inn at Delamere is the latest project for Nelson North West Hotels.

The property, which dates back to the eighteenth century, has undegone a major overhaul, taking the original L-shaped barn structure with all its nooks and crannies and bringing it up to 21st century standards of hospitality with a careful and sympathetic restoration.

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Price £7.50 Postage UK £2.00, overseas £5.00 Written by John Fishpool, this title covers the fascinating story of the town’s Hotels and Public Houses.The book contains an introductory chapter on the social context of the licensed trade, together with details of some of the early history of the town.Each building has been carefully researched and is covered by means of an individual entry, supported wherever possible by period images.The Annual Meeting and AGM of the African Bird Club were held on Saturday 1st April 2017 at The Flett Theatre, Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD.The meeting was open to members and non-members of ABC.

Price £7.50 Postage UK £2.00, overseas £5.00 Written by John Fishpool, this title covers the fascinating story of the town’s Hotels and Public Houses.The book contains an introductory chapter on the social context of the licensed trade, together with details of some of the early history of the town.Each building has been carefully researched and is covered by means of an individual entry, supported wherever possible by period images.The Annual Meeting and AGM of the African Bird Club were held on Saturday 1st April 2017 at The Flett Theatre, Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD.The meeting was open to members and non-members of ABC.The book explains the story of how the town of Herne Bay really owes its existence to the first pier, built in 1831.