Fairlight History Group
(www.fairlighthistory.co.uk)
The current calendar for 2022 is as follows:-
(Meetings normally held at Fairlight Village Hall, unless stated otherwise)
FHG annual membership for 2022 is £10 per person/£3 for visitors.
Please contact Pauline Collins () if you would like to become a member.

2022 Calendar  (All meetings to be held in Fairlight Village Hall unless stated otherwise)

19th January 2.30pm             Sir James Roberts, Fairlight and the Bronte connection by Haydon Luke

 16th February 2.30pm           Annual General Meeting to be followed by Family Tree research update and the 1921                                                                       census

16th March 2.30pm                Mrs Papendiek, the Royal Family and Fairlight Place by Paul Draper

 30th March 11.00am              The Expenditor of Romney Marsh. A visit to The New Hall, Dymchurch

 20th April 2.30pm                   FHG Oral History project – the stories so far by Liz Green and Karen Draper

 18th May 2.30pm                    Farms and farming in Fairlight by Paul Draper

 5th June (all day)                    Fairfest – (A small exhibit) Wood Field, Fairlight

 15th June 2.30pm                   Do you know the history of your house? A discussion (Postponed from December 2021)

 13th July 7.00pm                    Pitt the Younger and the Martello Towers by Geoff Hutchinson at Pett Village Hall                

 17th August 2.30pm               Sir Reginald Eves, his work and legacy to Fairlight by Haydon Luke

 21st September 2.30pm        Collecting Postcards by Kevin Gordon

 19th October 2.30pm             Malcolm Saville, the local landscape and its place in his stories by Elaine Luke

 16th November 2.30pm         The Coastguards at Pett Level by Martin King

 21st December 2.30pm          Ancestral gifts and curiosities – objects from the past (bring your own objects) plus                                                                        Christmas nibbles

 

FHG annual membership is £10 per person. Non-members can attend meetings but a fee of £3 is payable. Please contact Pauline Collins () if you would like to become a member