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Open House Scheme

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FIRST 3 SATURDAYS IN JULY

FAVERSHAM – The beautiful medieval market town in Kent, which boasts many listed buildings, is the venue of the Faversham Society’s OPEN HOUSE SCHEME. It is the longest running event of its kind in Britain, allowing visitors to view between 20 and 30 interesting properties most of which are not normally open to the public.

ADMISSION to the properties is by programme, a Handbook, which includes detailed historical and architectural notes on each. Handbook available for a small cost from 1st June.

Information and Handbooks available from: Fleur de Lis Heritage Centre,10-13 Preston St. Faversham ME13 8NS.

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