Axstane Players

Founded in 1967, we put on an average of 3 productions a year. Productions consisting of Music Hall, Pantomimes, Plays (one-act and full length), Musical Revues and Variety Shows, meaning that we have attracted a large number of both members and audiences, some of which have been with us since day dot, back in 1967. […]

DisabledGO

Our aim is to give you information so that you can make up your own mind whether a venue is right for you – we don’t attempt to judge a venue’s accessibility on your behalf. CLICK anywhere to access DisabledGo website

Doctor’s Surgery “Braeside”

The practice is conducted from modern, purpose-built premises completed in 1989 with a roof space conversion in 1996. Special attention has been given to the needs of those patients who are disabled or have difficulty in negotiating stairs. All consulting rooms are on the ground floor and doors are wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs. CLICK […]

1st Eynsford & Farningham Scouts

The 1st Eynsford & Farningham Scout Group is the largest youth organization in the villages of Eynsford & Farningham.  The Cubs and Scouts and Explorers all meet in our own Scout Hall (The Edwards Hall) situated between Eynsford and Farningham. We offer a balanced programme of activities with lots of outdoor adventures. CLICK anywhere to go […]

Eynsford Concert Band

EYNSFORD CONCERT BAND is a symphonic wind ensemble that has been based in the small Kentish village of Eynsford since 1972.  CLICK anywhere to go to Band website

Eynsford, Farningham & Lullingstone Churches

Our benefice is made up of three churches within the beautiful Darent Valley: St Martin of Tours, Eynsford, St Peter & St Paul, Farningham St Botolph, Lullingstone. CLICK anywhere to go to EFL Churches website

Farningham & Eynsford Local History Society

The Society was formed in 1985 by a small group of enthusiasts anxious to research and preserve the history of their locality before it was lost as a result of the increasing pace of life and the throw-away society in which we now live. The Society rapidly grew to about 100 members. Its area of […]

Farningham Cricket Club

Farningham Cricket Club was founded in 1857 by a small group of local men and boys wishing to play cricket for a team of their own. After a number of years the villages clubbed together and bought the ground from the farmer whose field they were playing in and became Life Members of the club. […]