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Saturday coffee at St. Mary's, Hadlow 10am-12 noon

Saturday Coffee, Hadlow – Saturday 16th November

Saturday Coffee Saturday 16th November, 10am-12 noon downstairs in St Mary’s. Come for coffee, a chat and buy some home made produce.

Hadlow Borough Council Surgery

Borough Councillors’ Surgery – 16th November

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 16th November, 10-11.30am, the same day as Saturday Coffee. Do drop in to discuss anything that concerns you. If we can’t help, we generally know someone who can!

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TMBC severe weather emergency policy

Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council have activated their severe weather emergency policy (SWEP). SWEP is a humanitarian response to severe weather to protect the health and wellbeing of anyone who might be sleeping rough. The aim of the policy is to provide suitable accommodation for anyone who is sleeping outside during periods of severe weather,

Road Closure,

Road Closure – Ashes Lane, Hadlow – 18th November 2019 for one week

This is to inform you that as part of the on-going maintenance and improvement of the highway network, Kent County Council will be carrying out patching repair work to the carriageway of Ashes lane, Hadlow between junctions with The A26 Tonbridge Road and High House Lane. These road surface improvement works are programmed to start

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A talk on the Hadlow Scouts adventures – 22nd November

Hadlow Scouts: 22nd November at Hadlow Primary School. A talk on the adventures of the 6 scouts who went to Kandersteg, Switzerland and the World Jamboree in the USA. Thank you to all who helped to send them there.   Hadlow has been linked with the village of Kibakwe in Tanzania since 2011. Established friendships

Hadlow Orchestra Concert – 24th November

Concert in St Mary’s Church on 24th Nov. 3pm. Admission Free. A Programme of popular classics, light music and songs from the show. Conductor Norman Austin, Soloist Derek Wisdom (Bass-baritone). Retiring collection in aid of St Mary’s and Hadlow Orchestra.

Christmas carol singers

Golden Green Carol Service – 22nd Dec

Golden Green Carol Service – Sunday 22nd December 4pm in the Mission Hall. Followed by mince pies and mulled cider. Choir singers and lesson readers needed (any age). Contact Alec Pelmore (850739).

Christmas Fair

Community Christmas Fair – 6th December

Friday 6th December 3.50-5.30pm in the Old School Hall car park and hall. Carols round the tree, hot food, drink and a variety of stalls. If any local group wishes to have a stall or any residents would like to volunteer their time either on the day or with craft making sessions ahead of time

Who let the Dads out

Who let the Dad’s Out? – Saturday 9th November

For dads with their under 6 year olds. Saturday 9th November, 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. Give mum some time off and come and meet other dads!

Jazz club

Hadlow Jazz Club – 6th November

Hadlow Jazz Club with the Sussex Jazz Kings at Hadlow Manor – 2nd Oct – 12pm to 3.30pm. £8 (including a donation to charity). Buffet lunch available for £7. Further details from Lesley on 01403 822660.   Future dates Wednesdays 4th December.

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Hadlow Primary School Open Morning – 14th November

Happiness ~ Progress ~ Success Hadlow Primary School are delighted to welcome new children and families to our Open Morning on Thursday 14th November, 9.30-11.30am. If you have a child that will be beginning school in the next academic year (20-21) then please take the time to look around our wonderful school, which was graded

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Changes to waste services

Don’t forget the Saturday Freighter Service (Bulky) waste can no longer take garden waste since the introduction of the Council’s chargeable collection service on 30th September 2019. To subscribe to the new collection service please visit If you don’t subscribe, you can still take garden waste to Kent County Council’s Household Waste Recycling Centres without

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Autumn/winter programme of events at Bore Place

To book any of these workshops please visit Glass Fusing Workshop: Colour and Light – Saturday 9th November 10.00am-4.00pm £75 Use heat to bend and reshape raw glass into two beautiful Christmassy hanging ornaments. Artisan Sourdough – Saturday 16th November 10.00am-4.00pm £75 Cook up a treat in the kitchen using pre-fermented doughs. You’ll learn

Community Breakfast Hadlow

Community Breakfast – 3rd November

Once a month on Sundays ~ 9am-11am in the Old School Hall. Join us for a hearty Full English and a chat. (£4 adult, child’s breakfast £2) – please either email the clerk or phone with numbers and name. Donated tablecloths would be welcome.

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Theft of catalytic converters

We have had a recent spate of theft from motor vehicles in which catalytic converters have been removed and stolen. “It is commonly reported that theft is due to the trace element of expensive and rare metals that catalytic converters contain. This may be true in some instances but most thefts are thought to supply

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Help us raise money to build Hadlow Community Pool

“We are the Children of Hadlow Primary School and we want to raise money to get our swimming pool back, please donate.” Hadlow Community Pool are looking to raise money to replace the failed swimming pool at Hadlow Primary School with a new modern facility that can be used by the local community and schools.

Heart of Kent Hospice Iolanthe poster (text below)

Join Heart of Kent Hospice for Voices for Hospices 2019

Saturday 2nd November – Mote Hall, Maidstone Leisure Centre,  ME15 7RN 7.30 pm (doors open 6.30 pm) This year’s performance is Iolanthe, a comic operetta by Gilbert & Sullivan.  Set 25 years after fairy Iolanthe committed the ultimate crime of marrying a mortal , this satirical fantasy is filled with brilliant wit. Featuring professional soloists


Compaid – It’s Easy to Volunteer & Help us to Make a Difference

It’s Easy to Volunteer & Help us to Make a Difference Since 1986 Compaid has provided support to disabled, elderly and other vulnerable people in and around Kent, ensuring they can live their lives to the full. We are currently in need of volunteers to help us to deliver our services, so if you have

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Vacancy for a co-opted Parish Councillor

There is a vacancy on the above Parish Council, in the Parish Ward of: HADLOW due to insufficient nominations at May elections. If you are interested in joining the Parish Council please make a request in writing to the Parish Clerk. The address for the Parish Clerk is: Mrs Melanie Stepkowski Parish Office Old School Hall

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Annual Policing Survey

Last week, the Kent Police & Crime Commissioner published his Annual Policing Survey. As in previous years, it asks for views on policing in Kent and for initial thoughts on whether people would be willing to pay a little more council tax next year to fund additional police resources. The survey itself takes only a few

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Hadlow Old School Hall
Hadlow, Kent
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