News...We'll endeavour to keep you posted with all the lastest news and information from around our neck-of-the-woods, but please feel free to let us know of anything you think is newsworthy.
The Geoffrey Hobbs Wooden Cross WW1 grave marker is now in St Margaret's church - go and have a look for yourself, but in the mean time, click here for more information on our Commonwealth War Graves.
As a "thank you" for being one of their top 100 recyclers, they have sent us a Christmas tree sapling! It is currently looking strong and healthy, just coming into flower so we will have half a dozen dinky little pine cones by the end of the Summer! So, if you have any empty printer ink cartridges, particularly HP or Canon, please drop them off into the box in St Margaret's Church porch. Thank you for all you efforts to keep waste out of landfill and encourage recycling.
- There's a new Pop-Up Café & Information Hub coming to the Village Hall car park one Friday a month - refreshments are free and the aim is to strengthen Kent communities, paticularly rural ones, and provide information from a variety of sources such as government and health. You can just come along for a chat, bring friends, make new ones and see what is available.
During the Covid-19 health emergency this service is suspended.
If you want more information, go to their website or call Liza on 07771 661871 or Kathy on 07341 737041.
If you want to know more about becoming a volunteer with Migrant Help, click on their logo to see what their current volunteer requirements are.
have a 24hour helpline - 0800
You can find more information on the Crisis Response page.
is a fantastic website and phone app to enable easy reporting of a
rough-sleeper to services that can help - click on the picture to take you to their website.