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Wateringbury Public Houses

Public Houses in Wayeringbury

Paul has written to us asking for help as follows:-
I have been researching the public houses of Dover for quite a few years now and have published all my research on line at the following web site:- www.Dover-Kent.Com I have also done 4 talks on the subject at Crabble Corn Mill in River, near Dover and have a couple more lined up.

This last year I have decided to expand my research to include the entire of Kent, although I won’t be going outside of that boundary. (Didn’t realise that part of London today was part of Kent years ago, so have bit off more than I thought.)

Waterinbury is of course one of the many villages in Kent and I have just started to research the public houses in this village:=

A lot of my general research is done initially on the web, and once I gain the basic I tend to visit the local libraries for some more in depth research. of course local knowledge and kind people who help are a real boon as well.

If you can help Paul please contact him via his website which can be found here

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