Lots of random updates for pub history in London

I am actually very busy every day adding updates to the pub history sites. Yesterday, I took a few hours out of my day to update one pub in Bonnington, Kent – the Royal Oak.

Moving onwards, I have been building another new site about coffee houses and early taverns. This is probably the most important update I have added for a while. I struggle to find some of the early taverns & coffee houses on the sites.

As I stupidly sort everything in London by church parish, it is just plain difficult to add early records.

I am also unsure about where the 50,000 pages I have on the pub history site are! I know that the number is correct, but I am not really sure what they are.

Added to this, I have been looking at how to make the site more accessible to those on mobile. I bought a cheap phone from Tesco mobile which is not very good. I leave it plugged in to charge most of the  time. Whenever I use it, it runs out of disk space, it is a cheap crap phone  – typical of Tesco, I guess.

What do I need to do?

I need the site to be more web friendly, I guess.

More tomorrow.

 

 

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