Registered Charity No. 250945
The Faversham Historians (formed in 1988) are a group of about 50 members of the Faversham Society who are actively involved in research into aspects of the area’s past.
To report progress and discuss matters of mutual interest, they meet quarterly on Sundays between 11am and 1pm, usually at the Fleur de Lis Hall, off Gatefield Lane.
With the exception of three or four academics, members are amateur historians. Most, but not all, live in the Faversham area. Attendance averages about 25. Proceedings are entirely informal and the group has proved invaluable in cross-fertilising information and ideas.
Membership is open to all members of the Faversham Society actively involved in research into any aspect of the area’s archaeology or history. Beyond a Society subscription there is nothing to pay, though members are asked to contribute to the cost of tea, coffee and biscuits, which are available at the start of meetings.
Faversham Society members interested in joining are asked to write to Arthur Percival at the Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre.
If you are not already a member, you need to join the Society first.