EVENTS PROGRAMME FOR 2017
|Monday 13 February, Crampton Tower, 7:15 for 7:45 start||'Nursing during WW1': talk by Eve Wilson ||Free to members, £3 to non-members
|Monday 27 March, Crampton Tower, 7:15 for 7:45 start||Talk on the Lyminge Anglo-Saxon Dig by Helen Harrington||Free to members, £3 to non-members
|Monday 24 April, Crampton Tower, 7:15 for 7:45 start ||Matthew Town and OstCentingas Anglo-Saxon re-enactment group||Free to members, £3 to non-members
|Monday 22 May, Crampton Tower, 7:15 for 7:45 start||Update on 'Caesar's Camp', Ebbsfleet, Thanet Project by Andrew Mayfield, pottery display by Nigel Grant||Free to members, £3 to non-members
|Monday, 26 June, Dover Transport Museum||Evening visit to Dover Transport Museum||£6 admission charge
Further details to follow
|Monday, 24 July,|
|Evening Visit to Patrixbourne Church and local pub||Further details to follow...
|August, date to be agreed||To be arranged||Further details to follow...
|Monday, 25 September, Crampton Tower, 7:15 for 7:45 start||Talk on South Foreland Lighthouse by Andrew Richardson||Free to members, £3 to non-members
|Monday, 23 October, Crampton Tower, 7:15 for 7:45 start||Report on the Dover Dig by Keith Parfitt||Free to members, £3 to non-members
|Monday, 27 November||Talk by Dr Pat Reid of the Faversham Society Archaeological Research Group||Further details to follow.
Free to members, £3 to non-members
Please note, with the exception of the visits all the events take place at the Lecture Hall, Crampton Tower Yard, Broadstairs.
Doors open: 7.15pm for 7.45pm start
Entrance Fees: Crampton Tower: Members free, non-members £3.
OTHER SOCIETY EVENINGS.
On Monday evenings we meet from 7.15 pm to 9 pm in our room at Crampton Tower, Broadstairs. If no organised talk on archaeology or local history has been arranged, we have an occasional informal talk by one of our members. Otherwise this is an informal members’ get-together where we might do some pot-washing, or prepare for a future project, or just simply have a catch up.
We also have a library containing books about history and archaeology which members are free to use.
If you are interested in joining the Society then this is a good way to meet us and find out what’s going on so please feel free to just drop in!
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