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AGM Tuesday 25th Alexander Centre 7.30pm


The Trust’s AGM will be held tomorrow Tuesday 25th November at 7.00 for 7.30 start in the Alexander Centre

New and Rejoining Members should arrive a little earlier to allow enough time for the admin process…

 afterwards, Hugh Perks will give one of his unique talks on the history of our Creek


The November Newsletter is out



Listen to Picture the Creek on Radio Kent

Every morning this week, some participants to the Picture the Creek project will be talking to Julia George on BBC Radio Kent.

Julia George will interview each participant about a picture they submitted to the project, the story behind it, their own connections with Faversham Creek, why they decided to get involved with the exhibition, etc.

MONDAY at 10:30: Debbie Lawther & Josephine Harvatt
TUESDAY at 11:30: Jim Reid & Annick Martin
WEDNESDAY at 10:30: Anna Maria Bales & Lyn Powell
THURSDAY at 10:30: Ineke Beufels & Simon Reynolds
FRIDAY at 10:30: Anna Jameson & Mary Ransom

They will also put a copy of the pictures on so listeners can go online to see it:

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Picture the Creek Exhibition in the Purifier 15/16 Nov


Saturday was a fun day for the Trust

First we had a lunch to celebrate Sixers recent award, at which all the volunteers who have slaved on restoring the Purifier over the last thirty months, came to share. It is also recognised the other activities that Six has organised on behalf of the Trust. Many thanks Six.IMG_0310


Then in the evening we had the concert organised by Tony Cartwright as a fundraiser for the Trust; our sincerest thanks go to him and the musicians, shanty singers Swinging the Lead and our own nautical singer, songwriter Helen North. What a great evening that everyone enjoyed.





Local Artists showing in the Purifier this weekend


Faversham Creek Trust is really delighted to host a show by ‘Diversi’, a group of local artists, as part of the East Kent Artists Open Studios 2014.

The Trust’s Purifier Building at Morrisons on the creekside will be open each Saturday and Sunday from 11 to 5pm for all three weekends starting 18/19 October through till 1/2 November.

The artists are Susanna Rosti Rossini, Siobhan Timoney and Kim Barnicott from Faversham, Pat Wilson Smith from Canterbury, and Laurie Harpum and Deborah Pugh from Sheppey. All the works will be for sale.

Griselda Mussett from the Trust said ‘It’s great seeing the Purifier Building being used by the community like this and we hope lots of people will call in to see the show.’



Remember Songs of Sailing and the Sea – Sat 1st Nov