Warm at Easter

We’ve stayed at the Black Horse Farm Caravan Club site before
on our way to or from France;
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this time we stayed for a few days after Easter. During which time we visited Dover
Castle and War time tunnels (a fascinating
day out) and walked out along the white cliffs to the old Dover
l
ight house. We took a trip inthe opposite direction towards Dungeness taking
in the Dymchurch Martello tower, ice creams and the Royal
Military Canal. 
There is a facinating museum about the Battle of Britain less than a mile away and the Battle of Britain memorial is nearby  

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Folkestone itself is, to use a phrase, ripe for investment,
but the surrounding area is good.

 

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