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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

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

Community Breakfast Hadlow

Community Breakfast

Once a month on Sundays starting 5th May ~ 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.

Fish and Chip Supper

Quiz night at Hadlow Village Hall – 11th May

Quiz night at the Village Hall – 11th May. £12 to include fish and chip supper. Teams of 8 please. Orders by 6th May please: 851247 or

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

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

Saturday Coffee, Hadlow – Saturday 18th May

Saturday Coffee Saturday 18th May 10am-12 noon downstairs in St Mary’s. Come for coffee, a chat and buy some home made produce.

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Training for Tree Wardens

Tree Diseases – identification and response strategies for Tree Wardens: illustrated lecture/discussion, followed by tree disease ID walk, Cobtree Manor Park Golf Course, near Maidstone, Saturday 27th of April, 10 – 3 pm – read full information here >> Introduction to Tree Wardening and Tree Care: Illustrated lecture/discussion followed by practical tree assessment outside, St

TMBC in bloom

Tonbridge & Malling in Bloom

TMBC and Coolings Nurseries are offering prizes for green-fingered residents in the borough. Enter your pot or plot before 30 June and Coolings will also send a £5 voucher to every household that enters! Judging is in July. Application forms, details and T&Cs can be found in Tonbridge at the Castle, the Angel Centre and

Hadlow Borough Council Surgery

Borough Councillors’ Surgery – 18th May

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 May, 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 meetings: 20th

bacchus wind orchestra

Bacchus Wind Orchestra – 19th May

Bacchus Wind Orchestra – 19th May at 3pm in St Mary’s Church. Come and enjoy a programme of classical tunes, music from shows and marches. Afternoon tea in the interval. Admission free but retiring collection in aid of St Mary’s and band funds.

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May Bank Holidays Waste Collection

There will be no changes to your normal collection day over the May Bank Holiday as the new contractors Urbaser will be working on 27th May. Put your bins out at the usual time on your normal day.

Bluebells in Dene Park, Tonbridge

Woodland Walk in Dene Park – 25th May

A free woodland wildlife walk in Dene Park, on Saturday the 25th May, 2 – 4 p.m., hoping to see a range of butterflies, bees, birds and plants! Meet in the car park off Puttenden Lane, by TN11 9RJ. (Sensible clothing, + strong shoes or boots!) This is the first meeting of the Dene Park

Baseball-Tournament - May 25th-27th - Hadlow - details below

‘Battle for Britain’ baseball tournament ~ 25th-27th May

The Bucs are proud to announce the club will be hosting a 3 day tournament the bank holiday weekend, May 25-27! The ‘Battle for Britain’ Baseball Tournament will see teams coming from far & wide. Teams already confirmed are; 1. Kent Buccaneers of British Baseball Federation (BBF) 2. Baseball Scotland All Stars 3. Greystones Mariners of Baseball Ireland 4. British Baseball League All

Scarecrow Trail

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

Hadlow Scarecrow Trail – 21st-22nd September Become a sleuth for the day and complete the Hadlow Scarecrow Trail on 21st & 2nd September. Fun for all the family! Prize money for the best 3 Scarecrows. Kindly sponsored by MKA Architects. Fun for all the family! For more information or to take part, please speak to

Hadlow Annual Litter Pick 2019

Annual Litter Pick – Thank you

A massive thank you to all those that gave their time and muscle both in Hadlow and Golden Green to take part. Over 60 bags of rubbish were collected leaving the Village and Hamlet pristine.


Phone scam – notice from Kent Police

Residents are reminded to be on guard against telephone fraudsters posing as police officers following recent offences reported locally. On Thursday 14 March an 82-year-old man received a phone call from a man claiming to be an officer from Hammersmith Police station. He was told there had been fraudulent activity on his bank cards and

Household Emergency Plan Leaflet

Household Emergency Plan

Emergencies can affect the county with little or no notice. Being prepared can help reduce the effects on your life and your loved ones; reduce the need for support from others and enable you to support the vulnerable in your community. Disruption to essential services such as water, gas and electricity, regional and national travel

Be Ready Business Continuity checklist

BE READY – Business Continuity Checklist

Anything that affects your ability to maintain production and services may have a serious impact on your business reputation and its finances. The way in which you plan for and respond to events such as fire, flooding, vandalism, loss of utilities, etc., will determine how quickly and to what level your business can recover and

Hadlow community pool rubber duck logo

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.

Parish Elections Poster 2019

Make a change, become a councillor

MAKE A CHANGE, BECOME A LOCAL COUNCILLOR Hadlow Parish Council is calling on residents passionate about their community to stand in the local elections in 2019. For further information about standing as a Candidate please visit There will be a briefing for all prospective Candidates and Agents on Wednesday 6 February 2019 at 7pm:

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

Telephone: 01732 851878


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