THE SOCIETY PUBLISHES A RANGE OF DVDs AND BOOKS. HERE ARE JUST TWO:

SMARDEN'S HISTORY ON DVD

Specially produced to mark the opening of the Charter Hall, the film recounts the story of Smarden and its people from Saxon to modern times. Each chapter is narrated by a Smarden resident and captures not only the rich and often turbulent history of the Parish, but its timeless visual glories as well.

 Chapters include The Charter, The Cloth Age, Queen Elizabeth's Visit, Witches' Tales, The Georgian Village, Beware the Beult, Victorian Highs and Lows and In Living Memory.

 Whether you are researching Smarden's people and past or seeking the perfect gift for someone with an interest in this part of Wealden Kent, this film is for you.  The DVD is priced at £10 plus postage. For more information and to order click here to contact the Centre.

 


THE SMARDEN JOURNAL 

For anyone interested in the history of Wealden Kent there is now a new source of information following the launch of the The Smarden Journal.

The Journal, which is illustrated in full colour, contains articles on a diverse range of Smarden themes including the Cider Factory, Archaeological Discoveries, Postcards and the War Memorial.  

The growing volume of unpublished historical material now held at Smarden Heritage Centre, and the support given by Smarden Parish Council, has allowed the Society to publish three editions of The Journal.

The Smarden Journal is on sale for £6 at Smarden Heritage Centre in The Charter Hall on Friday mornings (or email to smardenheritagecentre@googlemail.com) and the Post Office in The Street.

Other publications include The Year 2006 (DVD); Smarden's Fallen 1914-18, 1939-1945 and an Oral History of Smarden.