Goudhurst & District


All our Monthly Meetings, Social Outings and other Special Events will be listed on this page. You will be directed to any additional information pages if you click on the text in the Links section here or if you click on any coloured text in the notice.

We hold our monthly meetings in the Goudhurst Village Hall at 2.30 p.m. on the third Wednesday of every month with a knowledgeable speaker, refreshments and a chance to get to know other members and find out more about our Interest Groups.

For Interest Groups information please see "Groups" tab above.

Dates for your Diary
Wed Mar 20th Simon Waterfield is a historical researcher, writer, and storyteller.
The story covers the archer’s journey to join the army; along the way he meets Chaucer and the pilgrims on the way to Canterbury. The archer tells of his experiences of war at Agincourt, how they affected him and his family on his return, and his reflections on the meaning of war and remembrance.
Wed Apr 17th Paul Barwick spent 34 years in the Police Service in many different roles and responsibilities, both in plain clothes and uniform.
“The White Mouse” tells the story of WW2 spy Nancy Wake. A remarkable woman who lived with the daily threat of death for almost 5 years to help shorten the war for the allies. Her incredible courage and strength of purpose is an awe-inspiring tale of resolve and bravery.
Wed May 15th Neil Sadler
International airports are fascinating places to pass through. But have you ever wondered what happens if you work at one……especially as a police officer at Britain’s second busiest airport, London Gatwick?
Where was the 1917 Grand National horse race held? • What have Vinnie Jones, Naomi Campbell and Peter Buck got in common? • Do you know your LAX from your LHR airport codes? • The “Golden age” of air travel • The very expensive sleep-over, or The stowaway to freedom.