A Year in Birchington-on-Sea

January
Heavy seas in contrast with a tranquil sky
February
Really high sea
March
The sun setting behind the ruined chapel at Reculver
April
The Golden Minnis Bay
May
Beam me up Scotty, the cloud and sun combine to form a Star Trek badge
June
Pastel skies on a warm and humid evening
July
Hazy colour tones as seen from the slipway east of Coleman's Stairs pathway
August
The sun setting by the point of Beresford Gap
September
Full colour looking across Minnis Bay
October
The sun sets behind Birchington
November
Full pastel above Birchington as seen from West Bay in Westgate on Sea
December
A lone sparrowhawk watching the sun rise

Latest parish news

Shelter Progress
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The upgrade of the first shelter is nearing completion and the results are looking fantastic! It won’t be long before we can take a rest and watch the world go by. Read More

Kent Family History Society Update
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At our April meeting, Ann Kneif talked on the History of Kentish seaside resorts to 1914. Cold seawater baths were recommended by Henry VIII’s own physician in the 16th century, but it was... Read More

Archbishop of Canterbury in Birchington
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The Archbishop of Canterbury having coffee in Church House after Palm Sunday service at All Saints Church. The Archbishop delivered an inspirational sermon to over 200 people from local churches in the congregation. Read More

Commonwealth Day 2018
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A rather damp morning greeted the raising of the Commonwealth flag and a peal of bells in Birchington at 10am today. Chairman of Birchington Parish Council, Neville Hudson, read a statement from the... Read More