Sittingbourne History Expo

PUBLISHED: 13:49 08 April 2011 | UPDATED: 21:31 20 February 2013

Sittingbourne History Expo

Sittingbourne History Expo

The Sittingbourne History Expo will be a day for Kent-based groups, societies, companies and institutions to promote themselves to the public and to each other. <br/><br/>Doors open 11am - 3pm, 30th April 2011


Doors open 11am - 3pm, 30th April 2011

Wyvern Suite, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 4NT

Free Entry

The Sittingbourne History Expo will be a day for Kent-based groups, societies, companies and institutions to promote themselves to the public and to each other.

Providing information about services, education and resources in Kent for those who wish to study, research, conserve or restore. Including displays on history, archaeology, conservation, restoration, genealogy, museums and much more.

Drinks and snacks available from the bar.

Toilets on site.

Parking at The Swallows Leisure Centre or Sittingbourne Library.

Are you interested in being involved?Places still available on a first-come, first-served basis. Free of charge to non-profit, voluntary run or charity groups. All others 5 per table / stand.

Table bookings to be received by 16th April 2011.

Email:expo@hrgs.co.ukor phone Ginny on 07845 034 213 / 01795 553987.

If you know of anyone else who may be interested in receiving this flyer please feel free to forward it.

This is a non-profit event organised by theHistorical Research Group of Sittingbourne


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