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Scarecrow Trail

Hadlow Scarecrow Trail is back! – 21st-22nd September

Hadlow Scarecrow Trail – 21st-22nd September – (Sat 1-4, Sun 12-4) Do you know your Fairy Tales and Nursery Rhymes? Become a sleuth for the day and complete the Hadlow Scarecrow Trail on 21st & 22nd September. Fun for all the family! Fun for all the family! Come to St. Mary’s Church, pick up a

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

Saturday Coffee, Hadlow – Saturday 21st September

Saturday Coffee Saturday 21st September, 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 – 21st September

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 20th July, 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! Future meeting: 16th

Who let the Dads out

Who let the Dad’s Out? – Saturday 7th September

For dads with their under 6 year olds. Saturday 7th September, 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 – 2nd October

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 6th November and then 4th December.

Barn Dance 5th October - Hadlow Village Hall

Barn Dance – Saturday 5th October

Hadlow Village Hall – 5th October -7.30pm. Tickets £12 to include ploughman’s supper and ice cream tub. Family ticket £30 to include 2 adults and up to 3 children. Bring your own drinks. Live band and caller. Raffle and Win a bottle of wine game. See village posters for more details or contact 07399 938059

Compaid

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

speed watch

Speedwatch – reducing speed in your area

The Hadlow Speedwatch team together with your Parish Council have begun a campaign to reduce the speed limits in Hadlow, from 30mph to 20mph in the Market Square area and from 40mph to 30mph along the A26 entering and exiting the village. They will welcome your support because ‘20s Plenty’. Please visit our website at:

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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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The future of the public toilets in Hadlow

HAVE YOUR SAY! Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council are considering the future of the Hadlow Village Square Public Toilets and are meeting with members of the Parish Council later this month. There are several options being considered and the Parish Council would like residents’ views and would be grateful if you could complete and return

Notice

The MAY family mausoleum

Address: St. Mary’s Churchyard, Church Street, Hadlow, Kent, TN11 0DB Descendants of WALTER BARTON MAY (d.1853) Or ELIZABETH BARTON MAY (d. 1863) Or persons interested in the future of the above family memorial vault are requested to contact: Hadlow Parish Council, Hadlow Old School Hall, Hadlow, Kent, TN11 0EH no later than 31st December 2019.

Drivers Targeted With Fake Fines

Action Fraud has received an increase in reports of elderly drivers becoming victims of fake fines. What happens: The victim is targeted by a criminal impersonating a police officer or traffic warden while parked in a car. The victim is told they have parked illegally or broken a speed limit and that a photo has been taken of their car

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Telephone Scammers Alert

We have received reports of telephone scammers once again targeting people in Kent with the threat of a lawsuit and arrest warrant if the resident did not pay the scammers. Don’t worry, this is a scam.  Phone scams are a common way for criminals to con people out of money using various tricks to get

Doorstep Crime – Roofing scam

We have received reports from residents in Snodland, Larkfield and Tonbridge about a roofing scam. What happens A brick is thrown onto the residents roof causing damage to tiles A criminal knocks on the door offering to repair the damage What to do NEVER agree to work from someone who knocks on your door uninvited

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Borough Council

Jill Anderson, Janet Sergison and Howard Rogers would like to thank residents in Hadlow and Golden Green for their support in the Borough Council elections, when they were elected to serve you for the next four years. If you would like to contact them for any reason, their email addresses are on the TMBC website,

Keys found at Old School Hall after Election

A set of keys was found within one of polling booths at the elections yesterday (23rd May) in Old School Hall. They are with the TMBC Elections Office, contact is Jessie 01732 876375.

Golden Green Litter Pick 2019

Golden Green Clean and Gleaming

The weather might have been dull but the smiles were bright as the 2019 GG litter-pick team assembled last month. The clean-up crew (above) worked tirelessly to collect 20 bags of rubbish, spruce up the bus stop and defib booth and pressure-wash the playground. Discarded clothes were a notable feature of the garbage! Thank you

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Doorstep criminals targeting Kent residents with “cross over” driveway work

We have had reports of cold callers in the Dartford area, offering to carry out ‘cross over’ drive way works. How it works: The resident is cold called and offered a ‘deal’ to lower the kerb in front of their house. High-pressure sales tactics are used but the installation and adjustments are unlawful. The right

Say No to doorstop criminals

Cold callers are targeting Kent residents

We have received reports of residents in Riverhead, Sevenoaks being cold called by individuals claiming to be part of an ex-offender scheme and selling gardening and household items. How it works: Please be aware that ex-offenders will never be asked to cold call as part of any ex-offender or prison release scheme. Doorstep criminals call on unsuspecting

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

Telephone: 01732 851878

Email: clerk@hadlowpc.co.uk

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