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Wednesday 17th July 2013:

Local History and Chips – an evening guided tour of Gravesend town centre with Christoph Bull and then onto the Reliance Fish Restaurant in Queen Street for an optional meal
Meet: 6pm outside Gravesend Library, Windmill Street – this tour will end in Queen Street at 7pm.

Cost: £3 per head for the tour, meal is optional and pay for what you would like at the Reliance Restaurant (Gravesend and Northfleet’s oldest surviving fish and chip restaurant).
No need to book, just turn up.

Information: Christoph Bull on 07702 287147

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The City of Rochester Society’s popular conducted walking tours of the historic City began again on Good Friday, 29th March and continue, every Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, public holiday and festival day until the end of October. The tours start from the Visitor Information Centre in the High Street at 2.15pm and last about an hour and a half. They are the ideal way for visitor and resident alike to get to know something of Rochester’s wonderful heritage, on a gentle afternoon stroll. These tours are free of charge, but donations to Society funds are always welcome.

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