The next Meeting will take place on Wednesday October 19th at 7.45pm in St. Peter’s Upper Church, Pembury. The speaker will be Glenn Douglas, CEO of the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust that includes our hospital at Pembury.
Most of us will have had some contact with the new hospital, either as a patient . . . → Read More: AGM and Autumn Meeting
The Speaker at this year’s Autumn Meeting of the Society will be Dr. Ian Beavis, Research Curator of the Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery. His talk entitled “A Grand Tour-early tourists in the High Weald” will take place at 7.45pm on Wednesday 21st October in St. Peter’s Upper Church. Members Free, non-members £3.
Dr . . . → Read More: AUTUMN MEETING AND AGM 21st October 7.45p.m.
The PEMBURY SOCIETY Autumn Meeting & AGM
Thursday 24th October 2013
in St Peters Upper Church
Kent Police & Crime Commissioner
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On a dismal night in October, the village hall was buzzing with the expectation of the Pembury Society AGM, followed by ‘Any Questions’ Pembury style. About 70 people packed the hall. After a very short summary of last year’s minutes and the financial statement the committee were re-elected on block. The chairman Lea Owen controlled . . . → Read More: 2012 AGM
The next Meeting of the Pembury Society will take place on Thursday October 18th at 7.30pm in the Village Hall.
The AGM will be followed by another Question Time, which proved so popular last year.
The Panel members are:
Councillor Mrs June Crowhurst (Chairman of the Parish Council); Councillor Mike Tompsett (Councillor for Pembury); Councillor . . . → Read More: Question Time and AGM
In October, it was my pleasure to present Ken Watts with two framed pictures of the Pembury Village sign as a thank you for all the hard work, dedication and commitment that he had put into the Pembury Society over many years. Luckily, Ken accepted and was voted in as our President, so his presence . . . → Read More: A Wind Of Change For The Pembury Society
There is ‘nowhere quite like Pembury’ County Councillor Kevin Lynes said at the Pembury Society ‘Question Time’ meeting in October. We live in a village which is protected from the town of Tunbridge Wells by the green belt. We may have the new County hospital but it is still a village and the residents want . . . → Read More: Question Time
THE PEMBURY SOCIETY
The Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on Thursday 20th October 2011
at the Village Hall at 7.45pm
The Chairman welcomed the members of the panel, Society members and visitors to the meeting. There were about 90 people present.
1. Apologies for absence were received from:-
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