Edith May Blogs
Following the high of saving the last surviving brick barge, ‘Westmoreland’, from her doomed fate at Standard Quay, the project has experienced an uncertain time over the past year. The barge’s initial saviour, Colin Frake, secured her short term future by allowing the ‘Westmoreland’ to reside in his dry dock, based at Otterham Quay. However, […]
The ‘Edith May’ was transformed into one of the most romantic venues in Kent once again over the Valentine’s period. In total, 19 couples came aboard over two nights to be serenaded by the beautiful harpist, Tessa Billington (www.tessabillington.co.uk) and talented singer and guitarist Sam Palacios (www.sampalacios.co.uk), who took it in turns to enhance the […]
Found this glowing review of the Tea Room on the internet recently – http://southeasttourguides.co.uk/tag/edith-may/.