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GMS News 100 March 2017

Last Month’s Meeting Twenty-four people were at the February meeting which saw Pauline Turner take up her position at the top table for the first time.   Billed to give a talk on the families who lived in the Timeball Tower, Jim Rees did much more than that, taking in the development of Deal as a port from its origins as a tiny village to the final demise of the port in the late 19th century.   Read the Full Story

GMS News 99 February 2017

  A Wartime Message   The photograph is of the interior of St. Martin’s Church  and bears the message “Sunday July 26th 1942. Last spoke to Mrs Gibbs ‘Never say goodbye just God Bless you & keep you safely” Read the Full Story

GMS News 98 January 2017

                    Carols by the tree   More than forty carol singers gathered in the car park of the village hall, in the light of the Christmas tree on the green. Read the Full Story

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Redberry This drawing of  the house formerly called Redberry, and now known as Champlain’s Well, with what is now Lamp Cottage next door, appeared in a book called England’s Outpost written in 1921 by Arthur Granville 
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