Faversham Heritage Hub

Faversham Heritage Hub is an exciting new collaboration bringing Faversham museums together. Incorporating two exhibition areas, reading room and archive storage. At the heart of our town - a place for residents and visitors alike to discover our geography and history; enabling better orientation to the hidden treasures of Faversham. 

We have already held a number of exciting exhibitions.  Our tribute to the Faversham men who gave their lives in WW1 was marked by the Commemorative Bunting Project.  363 individual pieces of bunting loving designed and made by members of the local community.

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2019 Calendar of Events

The End and the Beginning of an Age
Kent After the Armistice
Exhibition Courtesy of Kent Archives 
The End and the Beginning of an Age
Kent After the Armistice
Exhibition Courtesy of Kent Archives 
If you would like to volunteer as a
Steward for this exhibition, please
complete this form 


Saturday 2nd March
2pm to 5pm
Big Biz Book Bonanza 
Tuesday 5th to Friday 8th March 
International Women's Day Events
Saturday 17th to Saturday 23rd March
Plastic Free Week
Saturday 6th to Saturday 13th April
Titanic Remembered Exhibition
Sunday 14th to Friday 19th April
Faversham Pools (closed to the public)
Saturday 20th April
The Easter Parade
Hat Competition and Children's Entertainment  
Friday 3rd to Sunday 5th May
Precious Kent
Jewellery Exhibition and Sale 
Saturday 18th to Sunday 19th May
Faversham Transport Weekend
20's Plenty Community Engagement
Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th May
Dunkirk Art Group Exhibition
Saturday 1st to Friday 7th June
Volunteers' Week
Saturday 8th to Friday 21st June
Faversham U3A Art Group Exhibition
Tuesday 2nd to Sunday 7th July
Photographic Exhibition
Saturday 6th, 13th, 20th July
Open House - view the building including
Town Council Offices and Reading Room
Saturday 24th to Friday 30th
Fringe Fest 
Tuesday 10th to Sunday 15th September
Faversham Arts Society
Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th September 
Faversham Food Festival
Friday 29th November to Sunday 1st December
Precious Kent
Jewellery Exhibition and Sale 

Faversham Magna Carta Legacy

We are working on a feasibility plan to permanently house Faversham's Magna Carta and civic regalia in a permanent exhibition in 12 Market Place.  We will keep you updated on our exciting plans.

The Doddington Library

Work is currently underway to re-home The Doddington Parochial Library in the Reading Room at 12 Market Place.  This is a unique collection, founded under the will of the late Reverend Daniel Somerscales, with volumes dating from 1501 to the 1750's.  It is one of the few ancient libraries of this kind to have survived and consists of around 400 volumes, with mainly theological works but including 17th and 18th Century additions of medical, natural history and geographical texts.  

The books will be made available to researchers and local people in the Reading Room by appointment.  Full details coming soon.

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