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Faversham Society News - July 2024

From the chair: Faversham cast its spell ... and here I am - introducing the Society's new Chair, Ann Furedi; This is the town where I want to die (but not yet) - departing Chair, Harold Goodwin; The paper trail through history

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Faversham Society News - June 2024

Articles this month include: Theatre archaeologist's talk; Crucial conversations of vital important to our community and future; Election of trustees; Summer evening strolls; Walking with history; A talent to amuse

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Faversham Society News - May 2024

Articles this month include: Artists cast light on dank subway; Duchy Development in Faversham; Conversations on Faversham's future; D-Day 80 years on

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Faversham Society News - April 2024

Articles this month include: Swale Planning Committee reject developer plans for Cleve Hill; Art plan for Stinky Subway; Conversations about Faversham's Future; 1,000 years of the market; On Safari for August; Memories of Arden's House ... and more!

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Faversham Society News - March 2024

Articles this month include: Sewage sculpture protest; We're walking again; Fancy unearthing history; Hidden town unearthed; Pictures of the past; Record museum visitors - and more!

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Faversham Society News - February 2024

Lace, a treasure as valued as jewels and silk. Intricate lace exhibits will shortly go on show at the Fleur Gallery in Preston Street.

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Faversham Society News - Winter 2023-24

Food poverty is as much an issue in Faversham as it is nationally, and our homelessness challenges are growing. We now have people sleeping on the streets again. Our charitable objectives determine what, the society, we can and can’t do to support local charities. We have donated £1,000 to the Christmas Lights this year – a precious element in our cultural heritage, one which benefits us all, young and old, fit and frail – and it reminds us all, believers and non-believers, that it is Christmas.

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Faversham Society News - November 2023

An original drawing of the Faversham Almshouses, prepared by the architects in 1860, has been expertly restored and will go on display shortly. Trees were in danger: this is how we fought for our green space.

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Faversham Society News - October 2023

We believe that the battery storage system for the solar power station at Graveney represents a real danger to residents of Faversham and other communities around the Cleve Hill site between Faversham, Seasalter and Whitstable.

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Faversham Society News - September 2023

The St Mary of Charity Parish Church silver, including four large flagons dating from the reign of Charles I, went on public display the first time in more than 40 years as part of the Open Faversham celebrations

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