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A plaice for everything

People, Plaice and Chips: Fisheries and sense of place,The management of fisheries tends to focus on economic and biological factors with cultural issues often neglected. Dr Tim Acott FRGS, Director of the Greenwich Maritime Centre, puts forward the idea that sense of place can be used to make visible a range of social and cultural […]

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Making better places for people to live in

Tim Stonor & Harold Goodwin – two trustees on their day jobs and their relevance to Faversham. This event is in the Fleur Hall and is jointly organised with the Faversham Creek Trust. October 2nd 19:30 Tickets £5, for members of the Faversham Society and the Faversham Creek Trust there is a discounted price £3. […]

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Grandparents go free on Thursdays ....
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Launch of the Arthur Percival Memorial Fund

Richard Oldfield, President of the Faversham Society, receiving a donation of £2,000 from Faversham Town Council Town Clerk Louise Bareham and thanked the Town Council for it on behalf of the Society. The Arthur Percival Memorial Fund was formally launched on Saturday. The fund is to enable us to ensure the conservation and preservation of […]

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Chair's address at the AGM May 24th 2017

Chairman's introduction to the Society's Annual Report May 24th, 2017 First, thank you all for coming here this evening for the AGM, this is an important event in the Society’s year. We are here to look back on 2016, to receive and consider the Society’s accounts and our Annual Report; and to elect some new […]

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Kent Messenger report

Bess Browning of Kent Messenger reported  that the referendum on the Faversham Creek Neighbourhood Plan had approved it, "88% vote in favour of the Faversham Creek Neighbourhood Plan. 5,418 votes cast for yes with just 706 for no." Turnout figures... Faversham Creek Neighbourhood Plan 42.28% Faversham Local Elections  42.94% The Society will remain vigilant and continue […]

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Faversham Society Urges Members to Vote Infavour of the Creek Neighbourhood Plan

At its meeting, on 28th March the Board determined the Society's position on the Faversham Creek Neighbourhood Plan in the referendum on May 4th. Society’s position on the Referendum on the Faversham Creek Neighbourhood Plan The Faversham Society recognises that the development of the Faversham Creek Neighbourhood Plan was a difficult process and that the […]

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KCC Draft Freight Action Plan

Letter sent to Transport Strategy Team, Planning and Environment Division, Kent County Council, Invicta House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent ME14 1XX We are responding to your invitation to comment on the draft Freight Action Plan.  What we want to say doesn't fit into the questionnaire format so would you please accept this letter as our […]

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Faversham Creek Neighbourhood Plan

The Society is pleased that the Neighbourhood Plan has now been finalised and that it can now go to a referendum.

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Restaurant at No 1 Standard Quay

The Faversham Society does not support the development of a restaurant in Building 1 of Standard Quay. The Society is disappointed that there is to be further gentrification at Standard Quay and that this important quayside townscape is being developed in the way that it is, the extent of car parking and retail in the […]

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The Faversham Society - Registered Address: 10-13 Preston Street, Faversham, Kent ME13 8NS
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