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Seaside resorts such as Ramsgate and Sandgate.

 

Ramsgate in the 19th century

Ramsgate in the 19th century

‘Royal Ramsgate’, so-called because Princess Victoria had spent holidays there in 1835 and 1836, largely succeeded in distancing itself from its more louche counterpart Margate in the popular imagination, for most of the 19th century.

Sandgate

Sandgate

Sandgate, near the outskirts of Folkestone, has been hailed as the ‘author’s haven of repose’ and can claim association with several well-known authors

Wateringbury

Wateringbury

Wateringbury is an historic village close to Maidstone.