Graffiti at Deal Castle
At the top of Deal Castle, inaccessible to modern visitors, is a hidden secret. Since at least 1724, people have left graffiti on the castle’s roof. Hundreds of images have been carved into the soft lead, giving us a tantalising glimpse of life at Deal over the centuries.
From a mysterious 18th-century woman known as Teetsy to three soldiers stationed at Deal during the Second World War, this gallery showcases just a few of the most remarkable examples of Deal’s rooftop graffiti.