Lynsted with Kingsdown Society

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Page last updated: March 17, 2017
Events from like-minded organisations that may be of interest to Members....
Park Farm Community Cherry Orchard Group

- 16th April: 2 - 4pm: Easter Picnic in Lynsted Cherry Orchard. Easter Egg Hunt, live music, Womens' Institute refreshments, craft activities.
No Dogs. Parking: £2

Wildwood training and courses

For availability and restrictions - email or call 01227 711471
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Canterbury University

31st March - 2nd April: Tudors and Stuarts History Weekend. A very interesting list of speakers and events.

Recent Reports (2016)

* RMS Titanic
* Belmont House and Gardens
* Water voles and Wildwood
* The Battle of The Somme - IWM film screening
* Kent, Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance Charity
* James II and Faversham.

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Walks in and near to the Parish and neighbourhood

Society Events

We host a varied and regular flow of events throughout the year. These events are a mixture of evening presentations and social events, local outdoor projects, walks and visits further afield to places of interest. If you know of new topics or fresh approaches to events, visits and projects, the Committee would like to hear from you. Reports on those events can be found using this link.

2017 Season

18th February: Fun Charity Quiz Night

This popular social event was well attended and, thanks to the generosity of Members and their guests, we have been able to make a donation to the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance Trust of £440! Well done and a very enjoyable evening was had by all.

22nd March: The Extraordinary Life of John Oliver

8pm: An illustrated talk by Frances Beaumont about John Oliver. He was also known as Olly John, John Oliver or JOLIVER – artist , chef, sailor, cat lover, tug captain and wit, who was born with two short arms, no hands, and only one good foot.
Venue: Greenstreet Methodist Hall, Lynsted Lane.
Entrance: Members Free; non-Members £3.

19th April: Bees and Beekeeping

8pm: Kay Wreford, expert local bee-keeper and qualified DEFRA bee-health inspector, will share her insights into honey-bees and beekeeping. She will also have some of her award-winning honies for sale - based on two distinct local colonies/hives, which she tells us are quite distinct.
Venue: Greenstreet Methodist Hall, Lynsted Lane (near the A2, London Road).
Entrance: Members Free; non-Members £3.

10th May: Lutyens

Speaker: Dick Bolton.
Venue: Lynsted Church. Details will be decided and added nearer the date

24th June: Vintage Double Decker bus-trip to The Salutation

Date for your diary: Details nearer the time. A magnificent Lutyens designed Garden.