The Friends of Broomhill have two very different but nonetheless important events coming up in September.
Their Task Day is set for Sunday, September 2nd from 11am – 1pm, with this year’s task being – litter clearing.
Meeting in the King Arthur’s Drive car park entrance, all are welcome to this social event designed to help the park keep its Green Flag status. Bring a drink and wear old clothes – tools are supplied if you have none.
On Thursday, September 27th, secretary of the group, Odette Buchanan, will be giving a talk at Strood Library in Bryant Road. Strood, the Land of Used To Be includes a lucky ticket draw, light refreshments and a raffle. Tickets are £5 (£3 for members) with a 7pm for 7.30pm start.
Odette is also secretary of the Friends of Medway Archives and will be giving a talk for them on Tuesday, September 11th.
The Heritage of the Vines talk will take place at Frindsbury Parish Hall, Church Green, Frindsbury. Tickets are again £5 (£3 for members) including light refreshments and a raffle, with this also a 7pm for 7.30pm start. Further details can be found at the F.O.M.A website or from Odette as stated above.