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TV The Romney Marsh Research Trust
The trust was formed in 1987 to study the history, archaeology and landscape history (or 'geomorphology') of Romney Marsh.
Contact: Sheila Sweetinburgh - Secretary to the Trust
TV Council for Kentish Archaeology
To promote and co-ordinate archaeological work in Kent.
Contact: Richard Ansell - VICE CHAIRMAN - 01732 884059
TV Snodland Historical Society
The Society was formed in October 1997. It concerns itself with the archaeology and history of the Civil Parish of Snodland and neighbouring civil parishes.
Contact: Dr. Andrew Ashbee - (+44) (0)1634 243001
TV The Kent Archaeological Society
Welcome to the Kent Archaeological Society, the oldest and largest society devoted to the history and archaeology of the ancient county of Kent.
Contact: Andrew I. Moffat - Hon. General Secretary
TV Canterbury Archaeological Trust
Since 1976 we have worked to 'promote the advancement of public education in the subject of archaeology'.
Contact: Paul Bennett - Director
TV Cantiaci Iron Age Living History
The Iron Age Village at Riverside Country Park, Gillingham, Kent has been built by members of Cantiaci and is a representation of a typical Iron Age Farmstead based on interpretation of the archaeology of this period.
Contact: Christine Toomey
TV The City of Rochester Society
Was founded in 1967 to help conserve the historic City as a pleasant place to visit. The Society is still active today, helping to improve the environment and quality of life in Rochester for residents and visitors alike.
Contact: Alan Moss - Secretary
TV North West Kent Family History Society
The society was formed in 1978 with the object of encouraging and aiding the study of family history, genealogy and heraldry in South East London and North West Kent.
Contact: Mr Walter Eves - Chairman
TV Orpington and District Archaeological Society
The society promotes the study of archaeology in the Upper Cray Valley by undertaking excavations, carrying out research into the archaeology of the area and encouraging public interest through meetings and visits.
Contact: The Secretary
TV Kent Family History Society
The Kent Family History Society was formed in June, 1974 and now has approximately 3,800 members Worldwide.
Contact: Mr. Alan Robert Makey - Chairman
TV The British Association for Local History
Our purpose is to encourage and assist the study of Local History as an academic discipline and as a rewarding leisure pursuit for both individuals and groups.
Contact: General Enquiries - +44 1283 585947

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