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nicola white mudlark Aug 13
Spotted on a pile of rubble along the Thames Estuary. If you look carefully Angels are found where you least expect them. I would love to take this one home to live in my garden but she's a little on the heavy side
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Produced in Kent Ltd Jan 10
great session on from Richard & Emma Great illustration skills on show!
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Friends of Southend Aug 16
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Visit Southend Apr 19
GET INVOLVED📓✏️ has launched a project inviting people of all ages to create a journal about life along the . The journals will be featured as part of an exhibition for the Estuary Festival. To receive a blank journal email paige@metalculture.com
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Estuary 2021 Feb 21
Site visit with artist Katrina Palmer and curator Tamsin Dillon England’s
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Karen Wheeler Feb 12
Not a bad day in the office...
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BC Nov 30
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Tiller & Wheel Sep 19
We’ve had a super day showing people on board Edith May & Thistle, and enjoying a drink with our Patrons
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Ashley Hook Mar 29
New experience today doing keynote on housing supply in Thames Estuary by webcam. Main points 1. after this awful pandemic the housing crisis will be worse 2. building new homes will be critical to restarting economic recovery
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Thames Estuary Partn Jun 11
It has been 10 years since the was developed for managing rising sea levels in the . This new survey invites those that live and work in the estuary to give their thoughts about the first 10 years of the plan:
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Strood & Hoo Peninsula Times Mar 28
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🌸🦋🌼Julia🌼🦋🌸 Dec 2
I got a little carried away taking photos this afternoon. Love
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Fish Focus Dec 4
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Colm O Laoi Aug 2
Shivering Sands towers in a tropical looking Thames Estuary for
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Paul Cowell Jun 13
A quiet walk in the morning sun with big skies and a handsome gentleman.
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James Ravinet Apr 13
Perhaps my senses really are affected by isolation having just mistook Kent for a gigantic container ship.
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mhs homes Mar 30
Our Chief Executive, is doing a keynote speech today at the Policy Forum for London: Next steps for growth in the . His speech will address increasing the supply of new homes, and the future role of deals and development corporations.
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Tiller & Wheel Aug 17
QUARANTINE CREEK! We’ve anchored for the night in Stangate Creek on the Medway. In the 1800s boats returning from abroad would quarantine here in case of infectious diseases. Very apt. We’d love to know more if there are any history buffs out there?
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James Ravinet Jul 17
Beautiful morning on Leigh Creek. Nice to bump into Graham and his dog Olive too
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Strood & Hoo Peninsula Times Sep 18
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