Folkestonomy


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Abi sitting on the Leas surrounded by tags.
Abi sitting on the Leas surrounded by tags.

Lots of signs, not many people around Folkestone today, it had the feel of the town getting back to work after the summer holidays, we still have visitors staying in the Burstin but they are rarely interested in the Folkestonomy float, sometimes they ask what it is but rarely want a go.
All the children are back at school, only a few more days to go and lots of the invigilators will be back to uni and the rest of us in other jobs.

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Matt Rowe from B & B Project Space

The Triennial Bike - Matt Rowe
The Triennial Bike - Matt Rowe

Matt asked us to look after his bike which we did gladly, always happy to help a fellow cyclist. come 5.30 still no Matt so we loaded it on the back of the float and drove it back, turns out to be the Triennial bike. You can sleep easy Matt we have it safe.

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Litter Bins

The Leas and a head through a litter bin
The Leas and a head through a litter bin

I took what I consider to be a wonderful picture of the Leas through a litter bin, I was aiming for the sign on the side but am including the whole picture as I like it.

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the man who loves Folkestone

France from The Leas
France from The Leas

Today we met the man who loves Folkestone, he was wonderful he lives with his wife of 48 years is retired and has a wonderful view of the Leas from the back of his flat and Sandgate Road from the front, and could find nothing bad about Folkestone at all.
We were parked outside the Leas Club and had a brilliant view of the sea and France in the distance you can see it in the photo - yes you can really it is there.
We were having a few technical difficulties, something to do with transformers, milk floats, computers, guitar leads, electricty and a loud buzzing noise after a few phone calls and help from Gavin from the Marvelo Project (the bicycles with the load speakers), we were up and running again.

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