Whitstable Harbour Day 2008
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Now the Fezz Heads are hopping
The day just gets busier
Is this a prize winning sand castle?
The Oysters landed the parade makes it's way through the town
The frozen sea at Whitstable in February 1895
The old toll gate at the bottom of Borstal Hill on Canterbury Road
Musician & antiques dealer Malcolm Holland talks it up 'big time'
Chairman of the Angling Club Roland Joint pulling pints
On the bridge of the Union Pluto which was open to visitors
From the bridge wheel house
Harbour mouth from the bridge wing of the Union Pluto
Old Seasalter Church, Church Lane just off the old Thanet Way as you leave the New Thanet Way
Whitstable in ruins after the great fire on 9th November 1869
The Horse drawn Dray delivers Oysters to restaurants & hostelries as the procession makes its way along the High Street
Yes winners of the sand castle building competition twins Thomas & Callum with their 'Smiley'
Not to be out done the Hay Family take a 2nd prize from Jean West for their creation 'Oyster Bay'
Dried out Michael Keam contemplates his staged RNLI rescue
The Medway Queen Preservation Society Stand
St Alphege Church High Street Whitstable
Whitstable Town from Borstal Hill
'Spash Dogs' not sure which way to go
Wiz Cunningham presents the best stall holders cup to Petham Nursery
Whitstable Harbour by the late Peter Cushing
Thanks to all our sponsors for their generous support of Whitstable Harbour Day
Extra photographs from Sandy & Glen
Rounding off at The Beach Bar, can't be bad
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We look forward to seeing you at Whitstable Harbour Day 2009