East Kent Association

A classic picture of Scotney taken early in the morning. © John Miller

A classic picture of Scotney taken early in the morning.

The East Kent Association, whose membership comes from Canterbury and the East Kent area, has something to offer everyone on our programme.

We offer monthly opportunities to hear talks throughout the winter at St. Andrew’s United Reformed Church, Canterbury.

We've covered subjects as diverse as bricks and brickwork in Kent, John Betjeman, the seaside holiday in art, Queen Elizabeth I in contemporary portraits and the Gateway to the White Cliffs.

We arrange visits and short break holidays through the summer which may include country and village walks as well as visits to houses and gardens.

Our programme also includes other social and fundraising events - coffee mornings, bring-and-buy sales and a Christmas lunch.

All of this allows us to support projects at National Trust properties such as the Gateway to the White Cliffs, Scotney Castle and Knole, amongst others.

We look forward to meeting you if you would like come and join us.

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