The Alexander Centre in Faveseham, The Alex, is an impressive Victorian building right in the heart of the beautiful medieval market town of Faversham in Kent. The venue hosts a range of activities and events and takes its place at the centre of the community. Once known as Gatefield House, it was built in the 1860s as a private house for Henry Barnes, who made his fortune as a bricklayer. Then later the residence of Sir Sidney Alexander, a local GP and the longest serving Mayor of Faversham. After his death, it was bought by the council (the Faversham Town Council offices are there) to use as municipal offices. The Centre is run by an independent, not for profit organisation.

Pay & Display car parks
Central Town  - 3 minutes
Queens Hall and the Faversham Station - 5 minutes.

Faversham Station – 5 minutes.

Toilet • Disabled Toilet

Picture Credit: © The Alexander Centre CIC.

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