A new and award winning Amateur Dramatics Group for the communities in the Medway Valley

This is our Facebook Supporters page. We also have a Facebook members page, which is a closed page purely for members. Please add us to your list of likes.

This is our domain and website provider - excellent value.


This is our ticketline phone number supplier. It was easy, flexible, and cheap.

Add us to your Twitter feed @savcops

The Downs Mail

Who have been supportive through Twitter & have recently written an excellent article about us.

Ticket Source

Is our online booking service. There is a small charge but it provides our audience with quick and easy online booking.

Snodland Community Centre

This is the intended home for SaVCoPs. and we will be producing our first play there, although we intend to use other venues in the valley too.

We rely on good publicity. They say that the best publicity is word of mouth, therefore we are extremely grateful to the following businesses and organisations for consistently helping to promote us by advertising us on their websites and/or in their shop windows. We are a community group and these businesses are helping to support the community that supports them.

Snodland Library high Street, Snodland

A&D Stores

High Street, Snodland

Home and Hobby Malling Road, Snodland.

totally supportive of our group

South East Water who always take flyers to put on their staff noticeboards

Morning Rush

Holborough Road, Snodland, who put leaflets in their shop

The Pavilion Café

Cricket field, Snodland


Tricky Trevs

High Street, Snodland.


Snodland Kebab House

Holborough Road, Snodland

(who do fantastic burgers too)


Alexanders Barbershop

High Street, Snodland,

Displays our card



Monks Head Public house

Constitution Hill, Snodland



Our group is aimed at all the villages within the Medway Valley, not just Snodland and consequently we keep all the local councils in touch with what we are doing and request that they put our information on their public noticeboards to inform their residents. The following councils help us out and we are very grateful to them.

Snodland Town Council

They display our flyers, our newsletter on their website, provide us with free rehearsal space every week ad are generally very supportive.

Aylesford Parish Council.

Who have kindly displayed information on their website.

Burham Parish Council

Who have kindly displayed our membership poster on their village noticeboard

Ryarsh Parish Council

Who have kindly promoted us on their website

Wouldham Parish Council

Who have kindly publicised us on the Facebook page

Several of us are already members of other amateur dramatic groups within the area. So, here are a few theatrical links

Drama which kindly advertises SaVCoPs.

Kent Performing Arts

This is a very good Facebook group

Sardines Magazine

Brilliant directory website and magazine with information, previews and reviews (click on the picture right)

The Medway Little Theatre

who annually organise The Duncan Rand One Act Play Festival. (link below)

Kent Theatre Hub

Another excellent Facebook group

Kits Coty Morris

One of our members is the secretary, and the group generally have been supportive, attending events etc. (click on picture left)

Local Groups. These are links to some of the other local groups in the Medway Valley, who have been supportive to us.

Old Photos of Snodland

This is an excellent Facebook

Group. It is very active and allows us to promote SaVCoPs

Snodland Events Page

Another Facebook group promoting local events.

Something different - Snodland and Surrounding

A local events page on Facebook

Snodland Historical Society

Good local society with monthly meetings who also run the Snodland Millenium Museum

Simply Halling

This is another excellent and very active Facebook Group. The group has been very supportive and has provided new members - sadly it is also our only foothold in Halling

Valley of Visions

This was an excellent agency that promoted the North Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Sadly it has now been disbanded, but the website still exists and give a good flavour of the area