Signage to the new Tourist Information Centre at the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway station
It was felt by many that Hythe needed a dedicated Tourist Information Centre (TIC) since the closure of the facility in Douglas Avenue...
Refurbishment of two maps
As the new maps in Hythe’s car parks are proving so popular, it was thought that two old signs could be brought up to date to offer the same
Regeneration of Mackeson Square
First mooted in 2010, work began in earnest, and was completed in 2016. Over several years the Oriental Plane...
Refurbishment of The Institute foundation stone
Having been an important part of Hythe life until it was demolished in 1968 for road widening, the Institute has been remembered through the
This attractive strip of parkland runs between Dymchurch Road and the Royal Military Canal from Red Lion Square in the east
Bus shelters in Red Lion Square
Having heard that SDC planned to replace the old bus shelters with modern, steel and glass versions, the Society lobbied SDC
Jubilee benches and Jubilee medals
2012 saw the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. As a fitting celebration of the event, two mosaic benches
New finger signs in High Street
The Society was involved in the project to improve signage in the High Street
Maps in Hythe car parks
In 2012, work began on maps to be installed in the main car parks in Hythe. As a town comprising three parts - the historic centre, the RHDR
Church Hill is an historic and much-visited route for visitors to Hythe and the hollyhocks enhance its appearance tremendously. After all...