900 Years of Sevenoaks

22 June – 16 July

The Sevenoaks Society community exhibition will tell the story of our town on its 900th anniversary. On display will be a copy of the ‘Textus Roffensis’, a medieval manuscript containing the earliest reference to Sevenoaks town.

The display takes place in the Kaleidoscope Gallery, next to the Museum. The following talks will be taking place:

  • Professor David Killingray on Wednesday 29th June at 3pm “People, politics, and progress: a new history of Sevenoaks, 1790-1914;
  • Bob Ogley on Wednesday 6th July at 2.30pm “Highlights in 900 years of Sevenoaks”.
  • Jacob Scott from Rochester Cathedral on Friday 8th July at 2pm. Textus Roffensis: Kent’s earliest documentary heritage.

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