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St Mildred’s is the parish church of Tenterden in Kent, a place that is often known as the Jewel in the Weald. St Mildred’s is an historic, Grade 1 listed building that dominates the centre of Tenterden and rises over the beautiful weald of Kent.

 

The Friends of St Mildred’s are a group of non-denominational supporters who are trying to preserve the building for future generations. We welcome all who are interested in and value this ancient building to browse our website to learn about the building (see Page 3 of the Newsletter) and our ambitions for it.

 

The Friends of St Mildred’s were officially granted charitable status in 2014. Our purpose is to assist in the raising of funds to help in the maintenance of the fabric of this imposing building. We would like to involve everyone in our quest, regardless of whether or not they have a religious affiliation.

 

You can also help us by becoming a member of the Friends of St Mildred’s or by making a donation.

Send your completed

Application Form to:

Malcolm Kneller

Treasurer (FOSM)

14 Eastwell Meadows

Tenterden

TN30 6QR

 

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Tickets are now available for this exciting evening event in St Mildred’s taking place in early September. The internationally renowned Benoit Viellefon Hot Club Band is resident at Ronnie Scott’s and performs the best of gypsy swing, hot jazz, French music and timeless melodies drafted by the master songwriters of the 1920s, 30s and 40s. The church will be laid out in cabaret style for the event, with a donations bar operating throughout the evening. Click here for more information about the Hot Club