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Susan Hubbard

Why I like Whitstable

Beautiful sunsets, friendly people! The sea is great and I love bumping into people I know every time I walk around town. I moved back here because I feel at home and it was absolutely the right decision. I'm the community publisher for Whitstable People, working freelance on a part-time contract. I have had lots of experience as a news journalist starting on local papers here and finishing up with the Press Association in Fleet Street. I've also worked in the computer games industry. Now I think of myself as youthfully semi-retired (!) and find this job enables me to have some time simply enjoying where I live. You may see me helping out in the Whitstable Shop (WIT) or at the Horsebridge Centre. I also have some involvement with St Alphege Church and am married to a dinghy sailor. Lots to do! I will put up a photo of me soon, but I keep shutting my eyes in front of the camera!

Why I don't like Whitstable

It's sometimes annoying to be asked if I've lived in Whitstable all my life. The answer is no - both my husband and I feel Kentish through and through, but we moved around the country a lot for work. However, while we were away, my parents lived at Studd Hill and his were in Canterbury. Anyway, I think it says more about a location when you choose to move back to it!

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