News from British and Canadian Conservatives

Sunday, June 10, 2007

William Harvey Day

Today has seen the first Civic Event since the election of the new mayor last month. William Harvey Day celebrates the life of the man who discovered the circulation of the blood - Folkestone's hero, William Harvey. The event is marked by a procession of robed councillors and other civic dignatories along with representatives of the medical world and the Harvey Grammar School, which is named after William Harvey. The procession follows the Leas to the William Harvey Statue in Clifton Gardens and Langhorne Gardens.

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