|The medieval market hall|
An array of pubs, operational and defunct - witness to a town of seamen:
And black and white timber. This house was the scene of one of the most notorious murders of the sixteenth century:
Recent textual analysis reveals that Shakespeare had a hand in writing 'Arden of Feversham'. We know that during the summer of 1596 the theatres of London were closed because of plague, and Shakespeare and his fellow actors of the company of The Chamberlain's Men took their plays on tour. They acted in Faversham. Did they treat the locals to a version of events on their doorstep?
We also saw...
Glimpses down alleyways:
Festive front doors:
A Thames sailing barge:
A rare medieval painted pillar in the church:
And a pack of beagles: