Coronavirus update:

Please visit this page often to see the proposed changes to our programme, which we expect to change constantly. We will strive to keep this up to date as the situation develops and government advice changes.

We are preparing ourselves on the basis that it is unlikely we can resume large gatherings before June 2021 at the earliest. We review this monthly. Not all of our planned speakers are able to present their material through video conferencing, so we are busy finding alternative speakers who are able to entertain us via this medium. Details will be updated here as soon as they are confirmed.

This Page has details of all future events - Monthly Meetings, Outings, Summer Schools, Study Days and Quiz Afternoons.

Meetings are held in the Corn Exchange, Rochester (Entrance in Northgate) at 1.30pm for 1.55pm. There is a charge of £1 to attend and membership cards must be shown.

Future outings will be listed here as soon as they scheduled

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When we resume outings the booking form will be posted here

Please complete the form in full carefully. Once complete post it to Sue Bullock at the address shown on the form enclosing a stamped addressed envelope for your confirmation slip. You can also scan it and e-mail it to Sue using the email address on the form. You can also bring it to the next meeting,

  • The Emergency Contact Details are compulsory, we will not accept a booking without this. If you genuinely do not have someone to act as an Emergency Contact, please inform Sue Bullock
  • If you are paying by BACS please put your trip BACS Code, Membership Number and Surname as the reference. For example, Kew 845 Smith.
  • If paying by cheque please take your time to ensure it is correctly made out.
  • We will not confirm your place until full payment has been made.
Dates for your Diary
Wed Mar 10th Virtual Monthly Meeting via Zoom - Janie Ramsey: The Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor
Wed Apr 14th Virtual Monthly Meeting via Zoom - Andrew Robertshaw: The Great War on the Big Screen: Making War Horse