Upcoming talks and events

Frittenden Historical Society’s season runs from October to April and meetings are held on the last Tuesday of those months (excepting December). We meet in Frittenden Memorial Hall and start promptly at 8pm.

Visitors are welcome to all talks at just £5 per visit.

Transport can be arranged within the village if required, please contact us if you need assistance.

The Husseys and Scotney Castle

Tuesday 30th January 2024

Scotney Castle is a well known local attraction managed by the National Trust who are going to tell us about the castle and the Hussey family who did so much to make what we see when we visit today.

The Kent Miners Strike 1984-85

Tuesday 27th February 2024

The national miners strike of the mid-eighties is a part of this country’s industrial, social and political history and our speaker, Keith Whitnell, will tell us about the impact and legacy of the strike in Kent.

Hidden Gems of Kent

Tuesday 26th March 2024

Local historian and guide, Pete Batty, returns to unearth some hidden gems of Kent.

The Industrial Weald

Tuesday 30th April 2024

Our final talk is from David Clarke who will guide us through the industries of the Weald of Kent.

Annual General Meeting

Tuesday 30th April 2024