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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

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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

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Bernie’s Quiz at The Bell

Bernie’s Quiz at The Bell, Golden Green. First Monday in the month at 8.45pm, £2 entry, just turn up – all welcome. Cash prize plus Rollover. Contact: Bernie on 220811 for more details

Medway Flood Storage Areas

River Medway Flood Storage Areas

River Medway Flood Storage Areas News from the Environment Agency providing a progress report as to the various projects aiming to reduce the risk of flooding in this catchment. Download above as a PDF >>

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Anti-Speeding Motion Supported by Parish Council

Observations from the Roadside: It was a wonderful sight. On 11 April, as the 6pm deadline for the photocall with The Courier outside the Mission Hall approached, people emerged from all directions. Some walked up from their homes in small groups, others arrived in cars from Hartlake Road and the far end of Three Elm


Would you need extra support if you had a Powercut?

Would you need extra support if you had a Powercut? Generally speaking, powercuts don’t happen very often but if the electricity network faults or is damaged it’s our job to get your lights back on quickly. Do you or someone you know need extra support during a power cut, maybe a relative, friend or neighbour?

Heart of Kent Hospice

Assistance required by Heart of Kent Hospice

Throughout the year the Heart of Kent Hospice organises a wide range of fundraising events for which ad hoc helpers are required on the day to support with a range of tasks.  We are currently looking for volunteers for a number of outdoor weekend and evening events and if you are able to offer your

Tonbridge and Malling Healthy Walks

TMBC Healthy Walks – 40 minute walk

Tonbridge and Malling Healthy Walks 2015.  New 40 minute walk starting at Hadlow Square (by the Pharmacy). Running weekly from Thursday 6th Running weekly from Thursday 6 August at 10:30 am A free, group led walk run by dedicated, trained volunteers, aimed at increasing physical activity levels in those who are new to walking. Please

Hadlow Cemetery

Hadlow Cemetery Extension update

Hadlow Cemetery Extension update The extension has been planned due to the lack of burial space in the existing cemetery. It will provide an estimated 836 graves, enough for around 70 years. The Memorial Gardens will have space for around 396 ashes plots and there are other under-utilised spaces that could accommodate additional burial area.


Hadlow Village Hall – Graffiti problem

Hadlow Village Hall Committee continues to improve the facilities for all users but we are very concerned about recent vandalism to the building. Please can we urge anyone living near the Village Hall to call the police straightaway if they see or hear any damage being done? Our aim is to make the hall a

Don't block the flow

Don’t Block the Flow!

Victim Support Volunteers Wanted

Victim Support needs volunteers

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

TMBC Walking for Health

Walking for Health Leaflets from TMBC

Getting active can be difficult, but we’re here to help. With Tonbridge & Malling Health Walks you can take part in a free, short walk nearby to help you get active and stay active at a pace that suits you. Tonbridge & Malling Health Walks are free, fun and friendly – perfect to help you

Crime Stoppers

Scam Alert from Crimestoppers

Scam alert We are not cold calling people We have discovered that a group of scammers are falsely using our 0800 555 111 number on telephone displays in a bid to make calls seem genuine. The scammers are calling people, saying they are “Crimestoppers at the Home Office” then asking for personal details. We are

Hadlow Village Amble leaflet

Explore Hadlow and its environs with these new illustrated guides

Discover local attractions, businesses and services in and around Hadlow Parish. There are walks of varying distances and degrees of suitability for those with mobility difficulties, all embellished with notes of historical interest. Whether you are a local or a visitor, these tours will give you a new perspective on the village and the surrounding

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Opportunities to get involved and give your feedback

Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells hospitals jointly provide acute stroke care and rehabilitation for patients from West Kent and north East Sussex. Reviews have shown that similar to many other hospitals, locally and nationally, we can greatly improve stroke outcomes for our patients and reduce long-term disability. Our hospital clinicians and GP leads are currently developing

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Beware of Scams – A message from your KCC Community Warden

Be aware of scams!! Internet scams Most of us are confident we can recognise an e-mail scam. We aren’t tricked by someone telling us that we have won a top prize in a little known lottery that we know we haven’t entered. But not all cyber crime is that easy to detect and criminals are

Shutting the gate on rural crime

Kent Police – Shutting the Gate on Rural Crime

Kent Police have produced this useful guide to Tackling Rural Crime:   Covering: Estate Security. General Home Security. Outbuildings Security. Boundary Security. Fire Risks. Fly Tipping. Illegal Occupation. Illegal Off-Roading. Equipment Security. Machinery Security. Diesel Theft. Scrap Metal Theft. Tack Security. Firearms Security. Counter Terrorism. Suspicious Activity. Chemical Storage. Wildlife Crime. Endangered Species & Conservation.

Light it, lock it, list it

Home Security Measures – Advice from Kent Police

A burglary in your own home is an upsetting experience that can affect you and your family long after the clear up and the insurance paperwork is complete. Don’t let a burglar in This autumn, Kent Police is working with Surrey, Sussex and Thames Valley Police reminding residents how they can help protect themselves from becoming

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Hadlow Parish Council
Parish Office
Hadlow Old School Hall
Hadlow, Kent
TN11 0EH

Telephone: 01732 851878


Parish Office Christmas Closure

Closed 12:00 21 December and re-opening Tuesday 2 January 2018. There will be an emergency contact number on the Parish Office Noticeboard.

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