Charles Dickens' fans host garden party for Kent chalet





Fundraisers hoping to save the wooden chalet in which Charles Dickens wrote some of his most famous works have organised a charity garden party.

The Rochester and Chatham Dickens Fellowship wants to raise £100,000 to repair the chalet, which has fallen into disrepair.

It wants visitors to dress in Victorian costume for a party at the chalet on 3 July.

The chalet once stood in the grounds of Dickens' house at Higham....


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