COMMENTS

“From the kings and queens who paid a visit, to sporting heroes and must see attractions, Old Bunyard’s Kent Pride is a permanent online museum packed with information on the county’s achievements.” – Liane Castle, Kent Online

“A fascinating and growing site of Kent history, its people, its places, its activities created by a knowledgeable local historian.” – Bromley Borough Local History Society

“Wow – what an epic venture. Beyond impressive, and an extraordinary labour of love! An amazing legacy to the good people of Kent. I look forward to using it a source of historical facts and biographies and a research place to look up places of interest to visit” – David Carr

“It was great to be in some cases reminded and in others educated about the rich historical heritage nestled within the beautiful Kentish countryside.” – Christine King

“It is amazing what you have achieved in a very short time. So impressive… Your love for the county shines through.” – Henny Shotter

“A thoroughly diverting, enjoyable and informative tribute to the great county of Kent.” – Gordon Monaghan.

“I started looking at other sections and … an hour or so later … I have a long list of more places to visit. Great work.” – Denise Smith

“A new insight, crisply cantering across Kent’s characters.” – Lois Tilden

I have just had a short, first stroll through your encyclopaedia – what a brilliant idea and mammoth task.  I do congratulate you.” – Jane Carr

“Fascinating. The only problem with it is like You Tube – you get on it and then find a couple hours have gone by.  It is a really fine piece of work.” – Graham Belson 

“There is much to fascinate and intrigue in this excellent overview. It’s also very carefully researched, and well-written, leaving the reader wanting to explore further some of the fascinating details. This is a great initiative for this period of ‘lock down’ in which many of us find we have time to ponder the history of Kent.” – Janice Reid

Great stuff. Glad something positive is coming out of this dreadful situation.” – Trevor Gasson

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