Broadstairs is a small town with a population of about 22,000 situated at the extreme north-eastern corner of the Kent coast; It is under two hours journey by train from London and enjoys a reputation unique amongst seaside resorts. The little seaside town of Broadstairs sits on top of the chalk cliffs with a long, steep road, Harbour Street, passing through and old stone arch which leads to Viking Bay.
Much investment has taken place to make certain that Broadstairs retains the historical charm that keep visitors coming. To ensure that it remains attractive to visitors, money from the Lottery Fund and the European Union have been sensibly used to restore much of the seafront from the harbour to Victoria Gardens.
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