This category is for sites relating to the village of Walmer in Kent. It lies one half mile south of Deal and six miles north of Dover. It is said that Julius Caesar landed on Walmer beach in 55BC, but is more famous for the castle built by Henry VIII in 1540. Walmer castle is the official residence of the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, Admiral the Lord Boyce GCB OBE. The post was held until her death by H.M. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Old St Mary's, Walmer was built around 1120 and if legend is correct provided a bow to Richard Coeur de Lion for the Third Crusade from one of the two yew trees in the grounds. Today, Walmer has a Parish Council and is part of Dover District Council.
Classical string ensembles. Includes contacts, repertoire and client testimonials.
Downs Primary School
Features children's work, games, activity sheets, quizzes, and information for parents, teachers and children.
The Downs Sailing Club
Offers sailing in the English Channel. Includes club information, events and training programme, guides, results and reports.
Supplier of gadgets, gizmos and gifts. Offers list of products including sound and vision, radio controlled toys and iPod accessories.
Images That Last
Elisabeth Sephton photographer. Overview, services, cards and exhibitions.
Walmer Castle and Gardens
Official residence of the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports. Overview, opening times, costs and facilities.
Walmer Design Statement
Includes historic detail of the Parish, summaries of present development in each section and offers design principles for future development. [PDF]
Walmer Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club
Overview, tournaments, membership fees, coaching and playing facilities.
Walmer Parish Churches
Details of the three churches in this group, St Mary's, St Saviour's and Blessed Mary Of Walmer. Includes services, mission action plan, weddings, baptisms, hall hire, people and location.
Walmer Parish Council
Official site. Newsletters, councillors, minutes, meetings and agendas,
Community web site. Includes local news and events, maps, photographs, facts and figures, local history, amenities, organisations and services.
Last update:May 31, 2015 at 3:58:21 UTC