The Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men was founded in 1897 by a group of London businessmen with interests in Kent.
Over the years local branches were formed in Kent. There are currently 18 branches.
Faversham is one of these, the current branch being set up in 1988. Despite the association's title, membership is of course open to men and women.
The official aims of the Association are to:
- To encourage good fellowship and citizenship and a sense of pride in the historic County of Kent.
- To protect the magnificent heritage of our towns and villages and the beauty of the Countryside.
- To encourage and recognise educational activities in the youth of the County.
- To maintain a library of County literature and works by Kentish authors and to preserve records of historic and general interest in the County.
- To administer a Benevolent Fund.
- To promote interaction between members at branch level through social and sporting activities.
for further Information contact
Association of Men of Kent & Kentish Men - Faversham Branch
1 Priory Row
Kent ME13 7EG