Club Shop

Canterbury Farmers’ Club Shop

Canterbury Farmers’ Club proudly presents exclusive club ties featuring intricate designs woven from the finest silk, capturing the essence of the Kent Plough from our iconic logo. We also offer a captivating book documenting written by Richard Fuller, detailing the clubs rich history spanning 200 years, providing an insightful journey through the enduring legacy and traditions that have shaped the club into what it is today.

Farmers at the Fountain book

Farmers at the ‘Fountain’ A History of the Canterbury Farmers’ Club 1793-1993

A detailed history of the Club has been written by Richard Fuller – a long standing member and past Chairman.

The book provides a rich history of farming in east Kent, and likely of interest to anyone keen on local history.

The book is available from Christopher Hildyard, Club Secretary, for £20 per copy please email him at info@canterburyfarmersclub.org.uk

Canterbury Farmers' Club ties

Club Ties

Our club ties are made here in England, woven from the finest silk. Colours may differ from examples (they’re better!).

The Kent Plough (or Turn-Wrist Plough) element of our logo has been weaved into the design as opposed to embroidered, giving them a flat, premium finish. Despite being a woven silk, the ties have a smooth finish and are available in four colours; Navy, Green, and Gold.

£15 Each

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Farmers in Kent, come along to the Canterbury Farmers' Club for some insightful speakers & events, together with support from your local peers.

If you would like more information please contact the Secretary – Chris Hildyard by visiting the Contact Us page. If you would like to join the club you will find full details on the Membership page on this website.

Who we Support

The Club is a proud and keen supporter of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution, the Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust and the Canterbury Young Farmers' Club.

Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) logo
Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust logo
Canterbury Young Farmers' Club logo