The Shorncliffe Trust is currently planning numerous high profile fund raising events over the next 5 years. Shorncliffe has a unique history that is inseparable from world history events and their effects on ordinary people
11th July commencing at 7pm at
Hythe Bay Primary School (Cinque Ports Avenue CT21 6HS)
Military historian Chris Shaw, describes The Life and Times of the Light Division Officers and presents a performance of this Georgian Farce first written and performed in 1908 by the officers of the 95th Rifles for the people of Hythe
Chris Shaw is consulted internationally on military aspects of the Napoleonic wars and has dedicated himself to the preservation of Shorncliffe.
Why ‘Corunna Close’ and ‘Sir John Moore Avenue’ in Hythe? An enlightening and amusing evening.
Hythe Civic Society will also display of many of their old photographs of Hythe from their archives.
TICKET PRICE £5
For tickets, visit https://www.evensi.uk/raising-wind-georgian-farce-sandgate-kent/228335466
or Email: eablack @talktalk.net
or call: 01303 230959
30th September 2018
5pm @ Silver Screen Cinema, Folkestone
Join our charity screening of War Horse at the Silver Screen Cinema, Guildhall Street, Folkestone.
Download and share our War Horse Film Poster
Watch Steven Spielberg’s epic tale of incredible loyalty, hope and tenacity set during World War 1. The Film carries a 12A Rating and stars: Emily Watson, David Thewlis and Peter Mullan
Tickets just £5pp
Light in the Darkest Hour 2018
The Shorncliffe Trusts is currently finalising plans for a special commemoration to mark the 100th Anniversary of the 1918 Armistice
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Commemoration Death of Sir John Moore
January 12th 2019 Sandgate
The annual commemoration for Sir John Moore taking place at his Memorial, Sandgate Esplanade
Date: Saturday, 12th January 2019
Time: 09.45am for 10.00am start
Further details will be announced in due course