On a visit to his elderly mother in March 2020 and with lockdown suddenly announced, the Irish based photographer, Gregory Dunn had no choice but to stay in Deal for the next four months. This book, part history, part personal memoir is the result.
Thanks to a project conceived by Chris Mansfield to photograph and record all Deal and Walmer’s Memorial benches, families of those commemorated can now enjoy and share these pictures.
This article appeared in The Times Literary Supplement on April 14th 2017. It is reproduced here by kind permission of the author.
Live WebCam view of Deal’s seafront promenade and Pier from the Waterfront Hotel in Deal, Kent.
The Deal Society has erected plaques to famous people who have benefited from their associations with Deal and Walmer. Here are three walks that you can take to see those plaques and other places of interest.
This article appeared in the Spring 2021 edition of the Martha Trust newsletter
One of the nice things about running this website is having the opportunity to meet many of the interesting people who have made Deal their home. One such is Tracey Maquire who runs her business Believe to be Beautiful from her Deal base.
The Ripple Steam Artisan Brewery has teamed up with Deal With It to set up the Deal Hop Farm Project.
Now in its 3rd volume, Dogs for Deal, celebrates some of the memorable dogs often seen in the pubs, shops and cafes of the town.