Fordwich

Britain's Smallest Town

Fordwich Town Hall opening days and Heritage Days 2022

Autumn is here and we have closed the doors for this season.

Thank you to all who have visited over the season.

If you want to arrange for a visit during the autumn and soring, please email catherine.molin@hotmail.com.

We look forward to regular opening days on Sundays 1:30 – 4.00pm from March 2023.

 

The usual Entry fee is £3.00 per person is waved on these days but we do encourage donations to the charity so that we can continue to open to the public.

You can either pay cash, use pay using contactless or viw a QR code using your smartphone.

When you visit you will asked to use the hand sanitiser provided at the entrance and all visitors are invited to wear a face mask.

Children taking part in the Wheels of Time initiative are warmly welcome – please let the custodian know at entry so that we can give you your badge.

Fordwich Town Hall was built around 1544 with strong suggestions it may be older.

It is a much loved building in Fordwich, looked after by Fordwich United Charities and our wonderful custodians.

Our knowledgeable custodians are keen to show you around and tell you about Fordwich Town Hall’s history, its importance and connection to the building of Canterbury Cathedral.

Fordwich Town Hall is still used today and we hold town council, trustee and custodian meetings here.

Did you know that you can get married and/or have your Civil Partnership here? Head over to the Weddings tab and find out more.

Please note that we have a lift enabling us to welcome even more visitors.

Want to hire Fordwich Town Hall for your special event? Contact our Events Manager; sarah.fordwichevents@gmail.com for more information.

 

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