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 15 September (7.30pm for 8pm) – The Gardens of South-east England by Peter Ross (Consultant Engineer with Ove Arup & Partners)
Monday 17 October (2pm for 2.30pm) – A Sea Change for Chatham by Richard Holdsworth (Preservation and Education Director, Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust)
Thursday 17 November (2pm for 2.30pm) – Historic Administration: Shires, Hundreds, Parishes by David Carder
Tuesday 6 December (7.30pm for 8pm) – Rochester Choral Society
Wednesday 25 January (2pm for 2.30pm) – Building Upnor Castle…and the Dutch Raid! by Dr Jeremy Clarke (Education Officer for the Guildhall Museum)
Thursday 16 February (2pm for 2.30pm) – Richard Watts and the Six Poor Travellers’ House by Elaine Gardner
Tuesday 7 March (7.30pm for 8pm) – The Non-Conformist Revolution by Amanda Thomas
Thursday 6 April (7.30pm for 8pm) – Rowland Hilder and his work by Nettie Iles-North (Francis Iles Gallery)
Tuesday 16 May (7.30pm for 8pm) – The Bridge Chapels of England by Sue Threader (Chief Executive and Clerk to the Rochester Bridge Trust)
Wednesday 7 June (7.30pm for 8pm) – Annual General Meeting at the Guildhall Museum
Guests are welcome at open meetings. The AGM is members only.