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A History of Freemasonry in Folkestone

23 March @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

£5

A talk by Tony Hill, followed by a guided tour of the Masonic Hall

 

ABOUT THE TALK


This talk will look at over 300 years of Freemasonry in Folkestone and the part local Freemasons took in shaping the town.

Following the talk, we will be given a guided tour of the Masonic Hall.

Refreshments will be served.  Doors open at 2pm for a 2.30pm start.

 

ABOUT THE VENUE


The Masonic Centre is located on Grace Hill, almost opposite Folkestone library.

The hall has a small flight of stairs up to the entrance with handrail; regretfully, wheelchair access is not possible.  The talk will take place upstairs – there is a stairlift available for anyone who needs it.  If you have any accessibility needs, please Contact Us so we are aware you will be attending and can ensure you are escorted upstairs first.

 

TRAVEL TO THE VENUE


By Bus:

The venue is a short uphill walk from the stop at the top of Tontine Street, or downhill from the stop at the end of Guildhall Street.  It is approximately 600 metres from the Bus Station.

For timetables, to book tickets and to check for any journey delays or cancellations, visit the Stagecoach website or download the app.

 

By Car:

There are Council car parks nearby at Upper Payers Park, Foresters Way and Shellons Street (behind Lidl).  Please don’t park in Lidl car park.  There is a cheaper APCOA car park that can be pre-booked online or via the APCOA app at Middelburg Square (next to the Saga building).

 

BOOKING TICKETS


Tickets will be available on the door subject to availability – cash or card accepted.

To guarantee your place, book on Ticketsource without fees by clicking the ticket below.


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Details

Date:
23 March
Time:
2:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
£5
Event Categories:
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Organiser

New Folkestone Society

Venue

Masonic Centre
Grace Hill
Folkestone, Kent CT20 1HA United Kingdom
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