The Society hold regular meetings at the Memorial Hall, Otford with lectures and discussions on different aspects of the 1940s. Regular film evenings are also popular with classic wartime files and propaganda shorts being shown.
Learn more from their website: www.1940.co.uk
The club has two Saturday sides who play in the Kent County Village League. In addition, there is a thriving colts section with a good record of producing district and country players.
The Club has held ECB ClubMark since 2006.
Evangelical Free Church
As well as a Sunday Morning Service at 11am and Evening Service at 6.30pm they have a Sunday School for children aged 4 to 11 years and a Come and Play group during term time every Friday between 9.15 – 11.15am.
There has been a Horticultural Society in Otford for over a century and the present group can grace its roots back to 1943 when the Village Produce Association was formed as part of the ‘Dig for Victory’ Campaign. The Society puts on three shows each year and hold their meetings in the Memorial Hall.
To join contact them on www.otford.info/gardeners
The first Methodist chapel was built in 1800 and replaced by a larger church in 2017.
To learn more why not pop in for a coffee every Friday morning. For children there is a Junior Church which meets every Sunday at 10.30am.
15th Otford Scout Group
Consisting of a Beaver Colony, two Cub Packs and a Scout Troop who all meet at the Otford Scout Hut.
Otford is twinned with Neutchatel-Hardelot a town with a population of 3,090 on the Pas-de-Calais cost in Northern France. The Association meet regularly at The Woodman Pub and host a variety of events in France and the UK.
For more information contact www.otford.info/twinning
Want to be involved in 2019?
If you are part of a club or society in Otford and would like to have a stall at this years fete, then please download the application form and send us your details. We would love to have you involved.