The Larkfield Historical Society

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The Malling Society Programme 2017

All meetings held at 19.45 onwards at

West Malling C of E Primary School
Old Cricket Ground
West Malling
Kent
ME19 6RL

Loads of parking available.



HOD1_MB_RGB2017 Heritage Open Days (open properties to be announced).

9th September 2017 Larkfield Heritage Open Day at Church Farm, New Hythe Lane, Larkfield run by the Parish Council with members of East Malling Conservation Group and The Larkfield Society

 

9th and 10th September 2017 The Twitch Heritage Centre Douce’s Manor, St. Leonards Street, West Malling.

Visitors, please note! Douce’s Manor is a private residence; the house and grounds are NOT open to

the public. Parking on St. Leonard’s Street.

Entrance is free but donations towards the upkeep of our Heritage Centre will be greatly appreciated.

Contact the Malling Society for further details.



Tuesday 20th September

”The Secrets of the Bayeux Tapestry.” An English masterpiece, and the Norman ‘spin’ on the events of 1066. Another welcome return of Martin Heard, who will give a fully illustrated talk about local needlewomen and their involvement in the work.


Tuesday 17th October

”]ane Austen and her family connections in Kent” by Clare Graham from West Malling, Trustee of The ]ane Austen Society of The United Kingdom, and life-long enthusiast of her writing and of her Kentish ancestors from Tonbridge and Horsmonden.


The Twitch Heritage Centre Douce’s Manor, St. Leonard’s Street, will be open from 12 noon to 4pm on

Saturday/ Sunday 9th – 10th September (Heritage Open Days), Sunday 22nd October and Sunday 12th November 2017

(Remembrance Sunday).

Visitors, please note! Douce’s Manor is a private residence; the house and grounds are NOT open to

the public. Parking on St. Leonard’s Street.

Entrance is free but donations towards the upkeep of our Heritage Centre will be greatly appreciated.

Contact the Malling Society for further details

 

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