The Friends organisation was created in 1998 to involve local people in the life and fabric of the Cobham Hall Estate and its rich heritage.
It was originally formed from a group of Trustees, Cobham Hall staff and local villagers and now has over 200 members who live both locally and across Kent.
The committee organises a programme of events which runs throughout the year, including talks, concerts and dramatic performances. Evening events are usually accompanied by a buffet supper and drinks.
There are opportunities for members of the Friends to volunteer, working on historic projects or gardening in the grounds. All members receive free tours of the House and gardens and the bi-annual Friends newsletter, as well as invitations to all events.
All funds raised through the Friends is used to support projects of the Heritage Trust.
To find out more about the Friends of Cobham Hall Heritage Trust or any of its activities, contact the Chairman, Rosemary Dymond on 01474 814143.
Open to everyone, the Friends famous Daffodil Tea taking place every Easter Sunday in the afternoon is a great opportunity for newcomers to become members.
Click below to download recent Friends’ Newsletters.