Kent Messenger, 1955
Hardcove, Condition: Good. Bound in yellow cloth, black titles, no dustjacket, covers show signs of edgewear and minor bumps. Spine is lightly sunned, foxed and torn slightly at the top. Endpapers are tanned and foxed, tops of pages are also foxed and appear to be slightly tanned at the edges. No writing or highlights within. Binding is somewhat loose.
"Within the doors of an inn, all men are brothers. For this reason, above all others, the village inn has been the focal point of parish activities since the days when the nave of the church was no longer permitted to be use for secular purposes.
The inns of Kent are more famous, and perhaps more important than those of other parts of England, for they mark the old trackways into Britain. For nearly two thousand years, invaders, soldiers, missionaries, kings, queens, scholars, merchants, pedlars and pilgrims have landed on the shores of Kent."
Listed by Volunteer: Charlie