The Faversham Creek Trust has strength and credibility because it has members. Our members are very important to us.
By joining, you enable FCT, through its Trustees, to take a seat on various community bodies. You make possible our Boat Camp and the RowBoat scheme, where local school students gain boatmaking knowledge and skills and then take their new craft out onto the water. You help us raise funds.
With your support, we are able to provide a voice to promote and celebrate Faversham’s maritime heritage.
In return, members receive our occasional Newsletter, and invitations to member-only events – the Christmas Party, and Annual General Meeting (always with a great speaker). You are the first to hear about talks, Barn Dances, Wine Tastings, and other fund-raising events.
The best benefit of membership is the chance to get involved as a Helper. There is normally a full calendar of events from May to September, and we depend on member Helpers for the success of these events. During the lockdown many of these activities have been put on hold, but we plan to resume a full calendar as soon as we can.
As a member we ask that you make regular contributions, ideally by standing order from £10 annually. You can download the membership application form and standing order form here. Please return them to us at the
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The new Faversham Rowing Club, based for the moment in the Trust’s Purifier Building, is running two open weekends for people to have a go at rowing. The Trust’s newly launched skiff Avocet will be available. The invitation is...
The Mayor of Faversham, Cllr Alison Reynolds, took to the oars wearing her gold chain of office when the town’s first coastal rowing skiff ‘Avocet’ was launched in the Creek on Saturday. The boat was commissioned by the Creek Trust. Cheered...
Our annual fundraising plant sale will be at the Purifier Building on Saturday 29 May from 10am – 3pm. Donations of labelled plants would be very welcome: bring them along on the day. If you would like to help run...
Huge congratulations and thanks to Lesley Seager and her team of volunteers and supporters (including the Town Council) for their work in cleaning the rubbish out of Cooksditch. This ancient little waterway runs down from beside the Rec, behind the...
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