Dungeness

Taking the kids here over Easter as a fun holiday destination - anyone been / recommend anything to do other than wander around the apocalyptic landscape?

Isn’t there one of those little steam railways there? Don’t know much else about the place, sorry.

Take them to the big pond

you mean the sea?

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read this as dungarees, sorry thats not helpful

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Yeah, the Romney Hythe and Dymchurch railway. Certainly worth a visit, especially with kids.

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great stuff. Thank you

This fits well with making every trip and holiday an educational experience - they will thank me in later life :slight_smile:

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Sounds horrific. Like dungeon-ess.

Makes me think of skeletons chained to walls and stuff.

Hope this helps.

Break into the decommissioned power station.

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Go see the little black house made of rubber

You can book a tour actually! NUCLEAR

Might cycle there over Easter.

SEE YOU THERE?

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I love Dungeness. Other than the landscape, you could go and have a look at Derek Jarman’s garden. Although not too much of a look, because his partner still lives there and it’s a bit rude to get too close.
There’s also a lifeboat station if looking at a big boat is something you might be into. And if you want to queue half an hour for a posh fish finger sandwich, the Dungeness Fish Hut/Snack Shack will sort you out.

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YES

We are there the week before if this fits?

good crabs