Friendly Task Day and Talks

English: Strood Library On junction of (32) Br...

Strood Library, junction of Bryant Road and Glanville Road. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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.

For more information on both events, contact Odette on 01634 718231 or email You can also find out more about the Friends of Broomhill on their own website here.

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.

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