Society visit to Hythe

Last month we had a guided tour of St. Leonard’s Church, Hythe followed by a talk in the Town Hall and a walk around the many historic buildings in this famous cinque port. A really excellent day!

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Summer Photos

Over the past few months we’ve had a lovely time at this year’s summer visits. Go to the Visits page to see a few photos from our walking tours of Hamstreet and Sandwich plus views of the Lyminge Dig site. You can see more on our Facebook page – facebook.com/ashfordarchhist

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Members’ Research

Our Articles page has been updated to include our secretary’s study of the Bethersden Tithe Apportionments of 1840. Have a look at Marion’s essay in ‘Articles’ on the menu across the top of the page!

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Visits

In the summer we like to visit local places of interest. Go to the Visits page on the main menu to see a photo of us and our friends during a recent trip!

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A Marsh Mystery

Harold Smith sent us the following account of ‘Modern Archaeology‘ : “As a boy I lived on the Romney Marsh and in about 1942 my brother and I found that a builders truck was using the ‘lane’ but we could not see any evidence of any work being done, there were no bricks, sheets or…

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