The Faversham Natural History Group (Fav Nats) is a small independent organisation of around 40 members that exists for its members to meet and enjoy all aspects of natural history. It is not a conservation organisation or campaigning group.
Indoor meetings are held from September to May on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. These are illustrated talks on a wide range of general specialist, local and world-wide natural history subjects. Meetings are held at the Fleur-de-Lis hall (off Gatefield Lane, between Preston Street and Newton Road). Doors open at 7:30pm, our meetings start at 8pm and normally conclude at 10pm.
Free parking is available in the central car park (off Bank St by the Swimming pool) from 7pm.
Outdoor meetings (field trips) are held at least once a month throughout the year, mostly at weekends but occasionally on other days, with some evening trips in the Summer. These trips are mainly local and to areas of interest relevant to the season. If lifts are required phone Trevor Hatton (07709925613) or David Perrin (01795 426410) at least one day before your visit. Please feel free to leave early during our outdoor visits if you wish.
New members are always welcome, as is anyone interested in a particular event.
Come along and join us to share your love of Natural History in a friendly, sociable environment.