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Saturday, 27 April 2019 05:19

Mum and Dad had a caravan on the Romney Marsh and as a family we came to Folkestone a lot, I remember Dad used to park on a green area at the top of the cliffs aboveThe Warren, where we would spend the day walking down into the Warren, playing games etc.

Just returned from a few days camping in the Warren and on walking into town from the campsite came across the large green area off Wear Bay Road, between the 2 Martello towers, I am sure this is where we used to park and picnic, I see that it is now fenced off with no vehicles allowed, can anyone else remember if this area was used by cars, this would be in the late 50's early 60's. Thank you

Gerry Stone Wednesday, 15 May 2019 08:03
Yes it was used for car parking around the time that you mentioned Edward. I can also remember seeing the refuse lorries tipping their loads over the cliffs during the late 1950ís too!

Iím not sure what that was all about but perhaps someone else may have an idea why.
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