We welcome membership applications from anyone of any age, with a genuine interest in/or
association with, the County of Kent, its' history, traditions, culture, foklore, past, present
and future. Our membership (now in excess of 2,000) is united by a passion for the County
of Kent and all things that relate to or affect it.
And with a Patron in His Royal Highness The Duke of Kent and the continued sponsorship of
Shepherd Neame, you can be sure that the Association takes itself both very seriously whilst
also making the time to socialise and have some good old fashioned fun - be it duck racing,
competing for the coveted 'Acorn Trophy' or taking in a West End show!
Come along as a guest to a branch or Association event and see why we are such
a great Association. All you need is your passion & enthusiams for this great
county of ours
We look forward to hearing from you
Subscription rates are annual and payable by bankers transfer as follows:
Single Membership (Adult): £20.00 per annum
Joint Membership (Adult): £30.00 per annum
Junior Membership (Up to 18 years old): £2.00 per annum
Life Memberships are available on application to Cantium Lodge as follows:
Single Life Membership: £200.00
Joint Life Membership: £300.00
How To Apply
Our Membership form can be downloaded from our Reading Room
. Simply complete the form
and post it to us at Cantium Lodge and our Membership Secretary and Head of Administration
will be in contact shortly afterwards.
If you have been in contact with us with regard to applying for a Bursary, our Bursary application
form can also be downloaded from our Reading Room
. Again simply complete the form and post
it to us at Cantium Lodge and we will be in contact shortly afterwards.
Although a very busy young lady, our Membership Secretary is always happy to help.
Should you have specific membership / bursary enquiries, she will be delighted to take your call.
Alternatively, if you prefer you can simply
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