As the details of each event become clearer/more settled, further details will appear on the Events Diary page, along with booking instructions/forms where appropriate.
Thursday, March 19
This meeting will start at 7.30 p.m. (doors open 7.00 p.m.) and will take place at The Weald of Kent Golf Club, Headcorn. The subject matter will be “Village Expansion Schemes – Unexploded Bombs or An Inevitable Truth”. The discussions will be led by four high profile speakers from the world of planning and development.
Although there is no charge to attend this meeting, we would ask that those wishing to attend notify the WKPS Secretary so we can be sure to set out sufficient seating etc. The Secretary’s contact details: email@example.com or by post to Secretary, Sunnyside, New Barn Road, Hawkenbury, Tonbridge, Kent. TN12 0ED.
Thursday, May 14
Tenterden. Evening walk around site of TENT 1 development, guided by Martin Vink, Development Control Manager, ABC. Meet outside main entrance to Tenterden Leisure Centre at 6.00 p.m.
Following the tour, there will be an opportunity for a drink at a nearby pub.
Although there is no charge to attend this tour, we would ask that those wishing to attend notify the WKPS Secretary so we can be sure of numbers. The Secretary’s contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Secretary, Sunnyside, New Barn Road, Hawkenbury, Tonbridge, Kent. TN12 0ED.
Monday 27-Tuesday 28 July:
A 2-day trip to Waterloo, with dinner and overnight in Brussels, to mark the 200th anniversary of the epoch-making battle.
‘Wellington’s Waterloo’: When all the scaffolding is gone! After all the media coverage of the June 2015 Waterloo bicentennial re-enactment next spring and summer, many will want to visit the battlefield for the first time. This tour will take in the restored Chateau Hougoumont and the new monument to the British soldiers who fought at Waterloo (the first monument to the British at Waterloo. All other nations Germans, Prussians, Dutch, Belgians, French etc all have had theirs there for many years). We will also visit the new state of the art ‘Memorial Museum’ and walk the ground where Napoleon met his ‘Waterloo’. This intriguing WKPS tour will place the epic that was Waterloo in context, showing how it led to the creation of the Europe that we know today.
Further details of the itinerary, prices, the booking form and the Terms & Conditions applicable may be accessed through the links below: