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The only pub on the island (although there is a bar in Castle Keep Hotel) Owned by Ward Locke but licensed to Harry Flight, who lives here with his wife June, their son, Roman and their daughter, Alana.
Natalie Harte lives here with her young daughter, and her mum. The father of Natalie's child ran off and joined the Navy and hasn't been seen since. He lived in Folkestone. Natalie works in The Clothing Locker and her mum looks after the child.
French restaurant on Main Road.
this is where Agatha Locke (Aggie) Ward's aunt lives.
home to Frederick Dupont and his wife Esther.
Sylvie Shaw lives here.
Alfred Shaw lives here.
The castle-like home of Ward Locke. His ancestors had owned Locke Isle and everything on it for centuries, but his grandfather and father have sold certain properties to the residents over the last hundred years. Ward still owns: Locke Keep - which is crumbling, the ferry - which is sinking financially, and Castle Keep Hotel - which is half-empty for most of the year. He also retains ownership of several other properties on the island … but you'll need to read the series to find out what they are.
Bernie Burns lives here.
Owned and operated by Ward Locke.
Luxury hotel (and former Mansion House home of Ward's Aunt Agatha) owned by Ward Locke but managed by Tristan Goldsby - a rather dashing thirty-five-year-old, who has several 'fans' among the residents of the island and hotel guests, but who pretends he doesn't know. The hotel is the place to go for the Spa and the heated pool.
Tristan Goldsby, the manager of Castle Keep Hotel lives here.
This is the beach adjoining the hotel.
The Reverend Minton Bloom is the vicar. He's in his 70s and hard of hearing but he's determined to remain in post.
It still functions and does an important job in keeping the heavy traffic in the English Channel away from the island and the rocks.
This is where the lighthouse keeper, Jonas Barnaby lives with his wife Nell.
Part of this structure juts out to sea and it's where the ferry docks, and part is on dry land and is a promenade with a small parade of shops and a café.
It's the first building you reach on Boardwalk, has a purple-painted façade... and always seems to be closed.
Frederick Dupont - Tailor, and his wife Esther Dupont - Dressmaker, work here but they live in the aptly named, Haberdasher's Cottage. The shop front is brightly painted, yellow and green.
Is the florist shop, painted orange, and owned and run by Bernie (Bernadette) Burns, a widow for three years.
Is painted blue. It is owned and run by two sisters, Sylvia (Sylvie) Shaw, the youngest, and Celia Thatcher (Cece) the eldest. They are both in their fifties, and single, although Cece is a widow. They also have an older brother, Alfred, who has been a widower for ten years but he's always had a soft spot for Bernie, the florist.
Cece Thatcher lives here
home to Tracy (65) and Roger White (80) The address of the cottage is 1 White Cliffs Walk, and it's fairly close to the cliff edge, although not as close as some of the other properties on the island. Tracy was Geneva's nanny from the day of Geneva's birth until she was 8, when Tracy was sacked and sent away, and Geneva was sent off to boarding school, because Nanny Tracy was making her ‘soft'. Roger was the ferryman all his life until he retired at 79 but he still goes out on the ferry with Ward sometimes. Tracy and Roger met on the ferry and they've been married for 20 years.
No one seems sure if the name is supposed to bear some connection to the fact that the island is called Locke Isle, or if it has nothing whatsoever to do with that. It's also owned by Agatha Locke, Ward's aunt, but Natalie Harte runs it.
Owned by Ward's, Aunt Agatha (Aggie) who is in her 70s.