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WEDNESDAY 20TH MARCH 2019
A THING TO DO THIS WEDNESDAY

in WESTCLIFF-ON-SEA
Price: £5.50 (adult)
Time: 1 hour
Built for wealthy dockyard clerk Sir Peter Buck in 1590, Eastgate House on Rochester High Street has survived four centuries as a residence, a school and now a museum of the area. Discover the tales of its inhabitants, and its Dickens connection, this Wednesday from 10am to 4.15pm.
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WESTCLIFF-ON-SEA
51.54°N, 0.69°E

Sunrise: 06:00
Sunset: 18:09
Weather: sky is clear, 15°C max, 6°C min


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