The Friend to all Nations was the second surfboat stationed at Margate for maritime rescue. She entered service on 6 July 1878 and was retired after being damaged in a storm on 30 November 1898. She became famous for a failed rescue in the great storm of 1897, during which 9 of her 13 crew were lost.
This is a unique stone circular fountain on an unusual four-stepped base, its not very well known and most people pass by it without knowing what it is there for.
If you are near and interested then take a quick look. Map Link
Korean War memorial in Margate erected to honour veterans of the Korean War (1950 – 1953) located on Fort Hill Margate