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Ramsgate may just be the quintessential British seaside town. It’s got the lot: white cliffs, slightly dated amusements and beach huts dotted around the coastal path in a stubborn display of meteorological optimism. But it also manages to avoid the trap of becoming Just Another Kentish Seaside Town, thanks to smugglers’ caves, oddities and that something extra that gentrification just can’t buy.