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Vacancies for Parish Councillors

Vacancies for Parish Councillors Our Parish Council is still 3 councillors short. Find out about being a parish councillor at: You do not need experience, just your time. Why not email one of your councillors and find out about it. If you are interested please contact the parish office 01732 851878.

St. Mary's Church, Hadlow

St Mary’s Market Stall, Hadlow

St. Mary’s Market Stall Saturday 15th April 10am to 12 noon in the Upper Room. Come along for coffee and a chat and buy home-made cakes and produce. Future dates are 20 May, 15 July, 16 September & 18 November.

Ladies’ Night – 6th May – Village Hall

Hadlow Village Hall is holding a Ladies’ Night as a fundraiser on Saturday 6 May, please come and have fun.

Bluebell Walk

Heart of Kent Hospice – Bluebell Walk – 30th April

Heart of Kent Hospice – Bluebell Walk – 30th April 2017 – Harrietsham Village Hall, ME17 1JX Get Behind Heart of Kent Hospice by taking part in its annual Bluebell Walk following a traditional 6 mile walk amongst the bluebells on the North Downs and through some of Kent’s most beautiful countryside. You can begin

Patient Participation Group

Patient Participation Group – 24th April

Monday 24 April 6:45 – Patient Participation Group (PPG) Annual General Meeting followed by Quarterly Meeting at the Hadlow Medical Centre. All patients are welcome.

Car boot sale

Hadlow Boot Fair – Bank Holiday Monday 1st May

Hadlow Boot Fair Bank Holiday Monday 1 May – 8.30-12 Noon at Jacksons Field, Carpenters Lane, Hadlow. Make some cash from your spring clear out – or come along and pick up some bargains. Ample car parking, refreshment marquee, barbecue. Boots £8 from 7.30am, buyers from 8.30: adults £1, children 50p.

Annual Litter Pick – thank you volunteers!

Annual Litter Pick – Sunday 19 March Thank you to everyone who took part in our annual Litter Pick last weekend. 14 Volunteers in Golden Green on Saturday and 36 Volunteers in Hadlow on Sunday collected rubbish, car tires and other items making the villages look great. Not forgetting the hard-working team behind the scenes

Shared Access Official Statement

Shared Access Telecommunications Mast Proposal

At last night’s Parish Council Meeting, the Planning and Environment Committee recommended to full Council that the current proposed location of the Telecommunications Mast (directly behind the Village Hall at Williams Field) is not acceptable. The committee had reached its recommendation after considering all aspects of the proposal including consultation with: Council Solicitor regarding aspects

Hadlow Beat Club

Hadlow Beat Club

Hadlow Beat Club. Come have fun at our weekly youth hangout! Get creative and meet new friends. Wednesdays, 4.30pm to 7pm @Hadlow Hy-Arts Centre, Marshall Gardens. Ages 12-19. Contact Rosanna for more details on: 01795 478401 – email:  |   The Beat Project is a registered charity providing personal development and creative

Who let the Dads out

Who let the Dad’s Out? – 8th April

For dads with their under 6 year olds. Saturday 8th April, 10am – 11.30 in St Mary’s – hot drinks and a bacon roll for dads and lots of toys, craft and fun for the kids.

The Rural Kent Coffee and Information Project

The Rural Kent Coffee and Information Project Making a difference to rural communities throughout Kent and Medway In April 2017 we will launch a new service bringing a library of information and a mobile café to rural communities in Kent and Medway. The café will provide a source of information and a friendly, informal meeting

Free Workshop for local Sports Clubs

Short courses, workshops and forums for clubs, coaches, volunteers, teachers, instructors and activators. Short courses, workshops and forums for clubs, coaches, volunteers, teachers, instructors and activators. Save Save

Hadlow Borough Council Surgery

Borough Councillors’ Surgery

Your Borough Councillors, Jill Anderson, Howard Rogers and Janet Sergison, will hold a Surgery in the Choir Vestry of St Mary’s Church on Saturday 18th March, 10-11.30am, the same day as St Mary’s Market Stall. Do drop in to discuss anything that concerns you. Future dates are 20 May, 15 July, 16 September & 18 November.

Victim Support

Volunteers are essential to the support that we give to victims of crime. As a Victim Support volunteer, we will train you to support victims from the first time you meet them until they feel strong enough to move forward on their own. You will listen to their concerns and make sure that their needs

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2017/18 Budget Considerations

2017/18 Budget Considerations The Parish Council was recently advised by Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council that from 1 st April 2017 The Scheme of Financial Arrangements with Parish Councils and the Council Tax Reduction Grants will cease. This loss of income (£23,696 for 2016/17) will therefore need to be considered by the Parish Council when

Hadlow toilets

Volunteer required

We are looking for a volunteer to lock the public toilets in Hadlow Village Square each evening.  TMBC cleaners open them normally it is just the closing at around 6 or 7pm. Our current volunteer will be stopping as of Christmas.  We really appreciate the work our current volunteer has done and hope that someone

Snow Clearance

Volunteers to aid in snow/ice clearance

Volunteers to aid in snow/ice clearance Dear residents This is your chance to help the community in which you live and work. The Parish Council is looking for volunteers to aid in snow/ice clearance this winter. The general idea is when snow/ice is on the ground in the morning volunteers will meet at the Parish

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Policing in Kent 2017-2021: Autumn 2016 survey

As Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner I must produce a Police and Crime Plan setting out the strategic priorities for Kent Police. The existing plan ends on 31 March 2017, to be replaced with a new plan for 2017 –2021. When writing a new plan I have a duty to consult with victims and the

Stop Adult Abuse

See it, Report it, Stop it

WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND/OR OTHER FROM ABUSE? With each kind of abuse, neglect, undue pressure or assault, there is often someone who knows it is happening or suspects that something is wrong. Please use the contact numbers on this leaflet to report abuse or seek advice if you feel you are

Hospice in the Weald

Open Gardens 2017

Open Gardens 2017 It’s always a proud moment when your garden comes into full bloom and you can stand back and enjoy the results of your creativity and hard work. And there’s a special reward in being able to share your achievements with admiring visitors. Hospice in the Weald is inviting you to open your

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Hadlow Parish Council
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Hadlow Old School Hall
TN11 0EH

Telephone: 01732 851878


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