The City of Rochester Society runs a programme of meetings for members. These take place at the Moat House Baptist Church Hall in Crow Lane, Rochester (except the AGM which is held in the Guildhall).
Afternoon meetings are 2pm refreshments for a 2.30pm start.
Evening meetings are 7.30pm refreshments for a 8pm start.
Thursday 14 September (7.30pm for 8pm) – Hole Park: 100 not out. A century of a modern estate and garden by Edward Barham, Hole Park Estate, nr Rolvenden, Cranbrook
Tuesday 10 October (2pm for 2.30pm) – The Flemish Weavers in Kent by Fred Lamont
Thursday 16 November (2pm for 2.30pm) – Historic Kentish Industries by David Carder
Wednesday 6 December (7.30pm for 8pm) – Rochester Choral Society
Thursday 25 January (2pm for 2.30pm) – The Horton Collection and Victorian Taste by Dr Jeremy Clarke (Education Officer for the Guildhall Museum)
Monday 12 February (2pm for 2.30pm) – Rochester’s Radicals: Political activists of the 19th Century by Geoff Ettridge (Local historian and Society guide)
Tuesday 6 March (7.30pm for 8pm) – The Tuff Family of Rochester by Martin Stoneham (CIHM, MCIPS, MCMI, MInstRE – Chairman of the Friends, RE Museum)
Thursday 12 April (2pm for 2.30pm) – Variations in Gothic Church Architecture by Dr Diana Matthews (Oxford University)
Tuesday 8 May (7.30pm for 8pm) – Rochester Bridge in the 19th Century – Developments in design during times of conflict and change by Mrs Sue Threader (Chief Executive and Clerk to the Rochester Bridge Trust)
Wednesday 13 June (7.30pm for 8pm) – Annual General Meeting at the Guildhall Museum
Guests are welcome at open meetings. The AGM is members only.