The Ramsgate Society shop can now be found in the Clock House area of the The Maritime Museum.
 
The Ramsgate Society Shop is open from 11.00am-4.00pm Tuesday through Saturday (Subject to availability of volunteers)
 
Come and buy :
 
Teddies with the Ramsgate Logo, Town trails, Fridge magnets, pens, greetings cards,postcards, books, tea towels, views of old Ramsgate on slate, calenders, christmas cards, table mats and coasters with Ramsgate views
 
The latest magazine is also available 
 
Join The Ramsgate Society and help make a difference to your Town  
 
Perhaps offer to help in the shop - you would be most welcome!!!

There's lots going on this summer and we're out and about as well.

  • Costumed Walks - Come and hear a bit about Ramsgate's history from our storytellers in authentic costumes.
  • Strawberry Tea - Join us on Saturday 23 July, outside the Maritime Museum from 1pm. We'll have a stall with local mechandise to buy and tea, coffee, cake and strawberries from 3:30
  • Ramsgate Arts - We'll have a table set up as part of the Ramsgate Arts festival

Come and see us and check out the Events section for more information

 

Wednesday 14 September 2016

Visit to Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens, the famous garden of Vita Sackville-West.

There will be a stop (approx 2 hours) at Tenterden on the way to explore its attractive high street, museum and church. The afternoon will be spent at the castle (approx 3.5 hours)

This is a National Trust property and we have free entry. If you are a member of the National Trust, please let us know and bring your membership card on the day.

 

If you're interested in going, please contact Barbara Byne (tel 580300).

John Walker, Chairman of The Ramsgate Society and Deputy Chairman of Civic Voice of which The Ramsgate Society was a founder member, pictured with Griff Rhys Jones President of Civic Voice and Charles Campion of architects and planners John Thompson and Partners at the launch of a 3 day community planning event focused on Paddington Place next to Paddington Station in London.

The event was a response to a design competition organised by Creative Streets to find a street friendly development brief for the site and is an example of the "Charette" approach to community engagement in planning which civic societies like The Ramsgate Society advocated for the future.

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