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Things to do in Queenborough, Kent

Queenborough on the Isle of Sheppey, with much to remind visitors of its long history as a seafaring town, is well worth exploring. In the High Street is the Guildhall on the site of an earlier courthouse captured by the Dutch in 1667.

The artist Hogarth stayed in the town during his famous peregrination through Kent.

The All-Tide Landing provides safe access at all states of the tide for visiting yachts and people using the waters.

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Images of Queenborough

The street market at the historic high street where Hogarth stayed and wrote fine things of the town © Yvonne Rayfield
Yatchsfolk come ashore to buy provisions at the old high street's shops © Yvonne Rayfield
The church tower dates from the 1300s and looks down on the old town planned for King Edward © Yvonne Rayfield
Some fishing boats on the creek at high tide © Yvonne Rayfield
The harbour at twilight © Yvonne Rayfield

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