Welcome to the next installment of my Scavenger Hunt. Thank you for your comments about the last post, I really appreciate them.
I have decided today's theme is : A Historic Sandwich.
Sandwich is a historical town very close to where we live. It's history stretches back to when it was a port for Henry VIII and there is plenty of material for a Scavenger Hunt. Sandwich also has the best fish and chips in the area!
Number 16 - a Windmill.
This is the White Windmill Heritage Center. Sandwich has two windmills and is very close to two off-shore wind farms, so I was spoilt for choice!
Number 3 - Civic Building.
This lovely building is the Sandwich Guildhall (complete with bunting to commemorate the birth of Prince George).
In Sandwich there are some great place names; Buttermilk Lane; Knightrider Street; Short Street; the Butts, and there is also a sign post that points to both the village of Ham and the town of Sandwich.
By far, my favourite is ...
Number 7 - A sign that is intentionally or unintentionally funny
This leads me nicely onto...
Number 18 - Your local pub/bar, coffee house or tea shop
The No Name Shop is one of our favourite places to pick up a sandwich and a cup of tea. Unfortunately, it was closed for refurbishment when I took this photo but I have heard it has reopened its doors. Yummy!
Will post again soon with more finds.