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To publicise the Kent Firefighting Museum the Historical Society had a talk in October on the history of the formation of the Firebrigade,

The museum which is run by volunteers, is located at Woodlands Garden Centre, Ashe Lane, Ash TN157EG open from 10.00am to 4.00pm

Entrance is free





David Cufley gave an illustrated talk to the Society in November on brickmaking, with some pictures showing barefoot children carrying lumps of clay, life was harsh for all workers, often a family laboured together.

With a map indicating previous brick kilns in west Kent, he explained the number of brick maker's kilns was dictated by the requirement for building houses etc, often created just for the duration of the construction.

Interestingly there was a kiln for bricks to build the Eynsford viaduct.








Shoreham And District
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The Kent History Federation and
The Kent Archaeological Society

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