Caroline Crampton : Forgotten Histories of the Thames Estuary

Wednesday 26th June 18:30 at Canterbury - Rose Lane

Empty warehouses, rotting hulks, vast Victorian pumping stations, Magwitch's marshlands and world-class wildlife: the often unfashionable Thames estuary is freighted with mystery and history. It aroused the imaginations of Conrad and Dickens, and of Crampton, who grew up on the estuary, and has now written a marvellous, tidal book about it. 'Crampton's prose glints like the sea-reach of her much-loved estuary'


Canterbury - Rose Lane Waterstones, Canterbury - Rose Lane
Wednesday 26th June 18:30
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