Events in 2018:
 

PUBLIC MEETING

with representatives from the

Duchy of Cornwall and
Prince’s Foundation

who will be attending to provide an update following community and stakeholder workshops held across the spring of 2018.

19:30 Monday, 15 October 2018
in St Mary of Charity, Church Road, Faversham

 

The Faversham Society and
St Mary of Charity Church are keen that
the people of Faversham have an opportunity to hear about plans for the future of our town from the developers and that there can be open public discussions about
what is best for Faversham.

The meeting will be co-chaired by 
Rev Simon Rowlands and Dr Harold Goodwin

 www.favershamsociety.info/development/public-meeting-withthe-duchy-monday-15th-october-at-1930/

 

 
 St Crispin Celebration 
Saturday, 27 and Sunday, 28 October
A weekend celebration for Faversham’s Saints Crispin and Crispinian


Saturday, 27 October:

10 am - noon: Children's activities.

10 am - 4 pm: Tours of the church (
visiting parts of the church other tours don't reach.  Donations accepted with thanks.)

2 pm - 4 pm: Traditional Afternoon Teas (£7 per head)

7 pm: O Quam Gloriosum concert by the Chapel Choir of Worcester College, Oxford.  Tickets £10/£8 including interval drinks.  Available at the door or reserve from crispin@stmaryofcharity.org.

Sunday, 28 October:

10 am: Procession from The Swan, Market Place to St Mary of Charity with the combined choirs of St Mary of Charity and the Chapel Choir of Worcester College, Oxford

 
10.30 am: Festal Eucharist celebrating St Crispin and St Crispinian.

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Concert 
Faversham Music Group and Faversham Voices

Two Sisters, a Rose, a Flood and Snow: Four tales of enchantment   by Alasdair Nicolson 

Faversham Music Club and Faversham Voices
Saturday, 3 November 2018, 7.30 pm 


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Four seasons, each with a tale to tell:
A spring murder by a cruel sister.
A summer search for a singing rose.
An autumn tidal wave.
A winter ghost in the snow.

Devised as a work to involve a wide range of performers, Two Sisters is a series of folk tales written for narrator, soloists, choirs and ensemble. Originally commissioned by the London Symphony Orchestra for their Community Choirs under the direction of Gareth Malone, it was first performed at LSO St Luke’s in 2005.

Tickets: full price £10; student £5; under 16s free

Available via Faversham Music Club or at the door.


Handel's Messiah
Saturday, 17 November 2018, 7.30 pm

Musique Cordiale Festival Choir and Orchestra

Louise Kemény, soprano
Kate Howden, mezzo-soprano
Julian Gregory, tenor
Johnny Herford, bass

Graham Ross, director of music, Clare College, Cambridge, conductor
with the Musique Cordiale Festival Choir & Orchestra

Tickets available at the door
(£15/£10 - children under 12 free) 

 

PUBLIC MEETING:

Where's Our Bridge?

with representatives from the

KCC, including Paul Carter

who will be attending to discuss the town's Swing Bridge.

19:00 Thursday, 29 November 2018
in St Mary of Charity, Church Road, Faversham

 

The meeting will be chaired by 
Rev Simon Rowlands



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