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Meeting Points

Social drop-ins that offer a cuppa, a warm welcome and useful information 


Meeting Points are social drop-ins in villages and coastal communities throughout the Romney Marsh and parts of Tenterden areas.  The Meeting Points are run by volunteers, supported by CARM's Meeting Points co-ordinator.
Meeting Points provide a local point of contact for meeting old friends and new, in a friendly and welcoming environment.  They are not 'clubs' - everyone is welcome, and refreshments are available.

Meeting Points also provide a useful source of information and access to a range of services.  There is a well-stocked Information Point and regular outreach 'surgeries', including Hi-Kent (for hearing aid batteries and tube cleaning); Citizen's Advice and others.  Local Community Wardens often drop-in, and there is a programme of guest speakers who visit to give information about their services.

Meeting Points take place at the following locations and times:

(Methodist Church, The Street, Appledore)
Tuesdays 10am to 11.30am

Brookland (Village Hall)
4th Friday of the month, 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Coastal (Greatstone) (St Peters Church Hall, Roberts Road, Greatstone)
Tuesdays 10am to 12 noon

Dymchurch (Methodist Church Hall, corner of High Street & Chapel Street)
Mondays 10am to 12noon

Lydd (Hardy Hall, Skinner Road, Lydd)
Thursdays 10am to 12noon

Tenterden & St. Michael's (Trinity Baptist Church, Ashford Road)
1st and 3rd Tuesdays 10am to 12noon

Woodchurch (The Bonny Cravat Public House)
3rd Monday in the month 10am to 12noon

(Rolvenden Village Hall)
2nd Wednesday in the month 10am to 12noon



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