We host a varied and regular flow of events throughout the year. These events are a mixture of evening presentations and social events, local outdoor projects, walks and visits further afield to places of interest. If you know of new topics or fresh approaches to events, visits and projects, the Committee would like to hear from you. Reports on those events can be found using this link.
24th January: 8pm: The RNLI Then and Now. An illustrated talk by David Barnes. Sheerness Station.
Venue: Lynsted Church.
Admission: members - free, non-members - £3 on the door
Includes light refreshments.
24th February: Annual Society Fun Quiz Night. All tables have been booked by our Members. However, if you think you would like to join in (Member or not), please contact Alistair Taylor (Tel. 886387) in case any of the tables have spaces available. We also have a prize draw. The entry price includes fish and chip supper.
All profits will go to the R.N.L.I., Sheerness Station. Details from Alistair.
21st March: 8pm: Stained Glass of Kent. Dick Bolton will give an illustrated talk about the use of stained glass windows in our Cathedrals as well as our own local churches.
Venue: Lynsted Church (which has its own story in its windows after they were bomb damaged during the Second World War).
A visit to Maidstone Grammar School's Second World War tunnel/shelter, once used as class-rooms during air raid alerts. This arose out of one of the most fascinating presentations by a visiting speaker who shared the wartime story of the school through the stories and art of children and art teacher.