Civic Groups and Societies for Deal and Walmer
name of club/society activities, time and place of meetings, other details contact for information
Community Garden Group Meets: Occasional Saturdays 9.30am-1pm, The Landmark Centre, High Street, Deal. Activities: maintaining and improving the Landmark Centre's garden area. Paula Moorhouse
01304 389165
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Deal and Walmer
Community Association

The Deal and Walmer Community Association is a charity based at the Landmark Centre, a renovated church at 129 High Street, Deal CT14 6BB. It runs a variety of activities for the local community. The centre also has three halls for hire, suitable for family parties, conferencing etc, plus small rooms for office space and therapy work and an IT suite. It is home to various groups and amenities including the Cleary Club and Spires Bistro/Internet Cafe. website.

Landmark Centre
01304 389165
e-mail:
Centre Manager and Bookings
07763 987932
Deal Society, The The Society encourages high standards of architecture and town planning in Deal and Walmer and aims to stimulate public interest and care for the beauty, history and character of the town and its surroundings. website. Membership Secretary: Anthony Hodson Mackenzie
01304 379303;
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Deal - St. Omer
Twinning Society

The Society fosters an active relationship with members of the Saint-Omer Society in France, meeting together twice a year. In Deal, members enjoy outings throughout the year and monthly meetings (Wednesday evenings) in Deal Town Hall. Meetings feature interesting speakers, plus a buffet and glass of wine - all included in the annual membership fee of £5. website

Susan Couchman
01304 363889

Deal, Walmer and Kingsdown Regatta Association Administers selection of the Deal Carnival Court and the Court's activities. Organises the annual Deal Carnival and Regatta Week in late July and a Christmas Carnival Procession in December. website Chairman:
J.C. Trickey,
18 Hope Road, Deal CT14 7DF
01304 381990
Deal With It Local environmental action group for people keen to support "green" initiatives. website
Also on: Twitter and Facebook.
01304 381849
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Freemasons:
The Lord Warden Lodge 1096
Meet in the Masonic Hall, Sondes Road, Deal on the third Tuesday of each month (October to May). Activities include: raising money for charitable organisations, social events (including an annual Ladies Night and Black Tie dinner and dance) and carrying out Masonic ceremonies. New members are always welcome to a friendly, family-orientated lodge. website
For more information on freemasonry, see. website.
Mr D Neilson
01985 511587
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Friends of the Earth, East Kent Meet in Deal on the third Wednesday of each month. Activities: Environmental campaigning group. website Group Coordinator:
Stuart Cox
01304 363729
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Guide Dogs for
the Blind, Deal Fundraisers
Guide Dogs Fundraising Branch meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month at 7.30pm at the organiser Liz Syke's private address (please contact for details). Liz says: "Anyone interested in getting involved with fundraising for Guide Dogs for the Blind is welcome to come along." Liz Sykes
01304 380854
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Inner Wheel Club
of Deal
Meets at the 1919 Angling Club, 13 The Marina, Deal on the first Monday of the month, 12noon for 12.30pm. The aims of Inner Wheel are to promote true friendship, encourage the ideas of personal service and foster international understanding. At meetings members enjoy the company and friendship of each other whilst sharing lunch, listening to speakers and organising fundraising activities to support local, national and international charities. They also support Deal Rotary Club with their charity projects and join them for social gatherings. President:
Elizabeth Evans
01304 361937
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Kingsdown Conservation
Group

Established in 2010 and with over 400 members, the Kingsdown Conservation Group seeks to stimulate public interest in the history, character and beauty of Kingsdown; acts as a forum and co-ordinates the views of Kingsdown residents about local issues and concern; and encourages conservation, enhancement and improvement in the parish. In addition to regular meetings and organised visits, it supports local community events and activities. website

Chairman:
Philip Evemy
The Gate House, Upper Street, Kingsdown CT14 8EU
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Lioness Club,
Deal and District
Meets: Royal British Legion, Market Street, Deal (above Barnardos) on the second Thursday of the month at 7.30pm.
Part of Lions International, the group enjoys social activities and raises money for local charities and good causes with fundraising events throughout the year.
President:
Pearl Barton
07885 780842
e-mail:
or Dot Hardy
01304 367887
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Lions Club,
Deal and Walmer
Social activities group; raises money for local good causes. Michael
01304 373417
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Memorial Bandstand Trust, Deal Arranges free Summertime band concerts at the Memorial Bandstand, Walmer Green. website. Details of concerts are also featured in the coming events listings on WalmerWeb and DealWeb. John Perkins
01304 239356
Men of Kent and Kentish Men, Association of Deal and Walmer Branch. website Membership secretary:
Alan Clarke
01304 379677
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North Deal Community Partnership The community-led partnership aiming to improve services, welfare and leisure opportunities in the North Deal area. website Chairman: Sue Beer
01304 381110
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Rights of Way Society, Dover
and Thanet
Footpaths amenity group. Encourages maintenance of footpath network. Organises members activities and walks. 01304 822816
Rotary Club of Deal The Deal-based branch of Rotary International is dedicated to the organisation's motto of "Service Above Self" and puts this into practice by undertaking many charitable tasks for the local community and supporting international projects. New members are welcome, subject to their support for Rotary's principles. Meet on most Mondays at 1pm at Dunkerleys Seafood Restaurant, 19 Beach Street, Deal. website Secretary:
Howard Binsted
01304 366235.
Rotary Club, South Foreland Local branch of Rotary International, with members from Walmer, Deal, Sandwich and Dover. Meet every Wednesday at 7.30pm in the Dover Marina Hotel and Spa, Dover Waterfront, Waterloo Crescent, Dover. website 01304 361574
Royal Air Forces Association, Sandwich and Deal Branch Meet in the Market Inn, 7 Cattle Market, Sandwich on the first Wednesday of the month at 2.30pm. For serving and ex-serving RAF, RAFVR, WAAF, RAUXAF, WRAF. 01304 380907
Royal Marines Association Club 37 The Strand, Walmer. Supporting and promoting the spirit of the Royal Marines. Open daily.
Contact: Yvonne, RMA Club Supervisor.
email: ; website
01304 375207
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Royal National
Lifeboat Association
Walmer Lifeboat Station, Walmer Green, off The Strand, Walmer. website  
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Senior Citizens Forum, Deal, Walmer and Sholden Lobbying group serving the interests of the over-50s in Deal, Walmer and surrounding villages by identifying local and national concerns related to the health and wellbeing of this age group. Pam Brivio
07772 471905
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updated on February 12, 2017
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