In the early hours of 16th October 1987, the 'great storm' raged relentlessly across south-east England. In Canterbury, the author awoke amidst sounds and scenes of chaos, and immediately set out to record on film the resultant devastation as the storm gradually died down.
PAUL CRAMPTON took early retirement after a long career with BT in order to start his own online second-hand book-selling business. In addition he sells old photographs of the city from his extensive archive. Paul has compiled ten books on Canterbury, six of which are published by The History Press. He lives in Canterbury, Kent.