News & Events

High Weald Walking Festival 11th to 19th September

12th July 2021

The High Weald Walking Festival team has been working hard to curate more than 30 FREE guided walks across the High Weald Area of Outstanding Beauty, as well as a range of self-guided walks allowing you to explore this precious … Continue reading

Goudhurst & District u3a talk July 21st.

11th July 2021

In his talk, The Job of a Laughtime, Brad Ashton, the international TV comedy scriptwriter, will be telling humorous backstage stories about the famous stars he has worked with and the shows he has worked on. For full details please … Continue reading

PC Minutes

06th July 2021

Minutes of the meeting of 22nd June can be found here:

PC Meeting Agenda

30th June 2021

The Agenda for the Parish Council meeting on Monday 5th July is available here:

Reporting Near Misses…

29th June 2021

TWBC are running a reporting tool for near misses, this will go to underpin changes to road safety measures under consideration so residents are encouraged to report these…  

Cllr James Spencer

23rd June 2021

At its meeting last night James Spencer was Co-Opted as a member of the Parish Council. The Council welcomes James and looks forward to working with him on the many local issues that are important to residents.

Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council

23rd June 2021

held on 24th May 2021 at Matfield Pavilion, can be found here

Parish Council Meeting Agenda

17th June 2021

for 22nd June 2021, has been published:

Allotment Plot Waiting List

15th June 2021

The waiting list is down to one and plots are becoming available more often where the Council is creating new smaller plots out of larger ones so please contact the Clerk if you want to be added to the waiting … Continue reading

Goudhurst & District u3a talk June 16th.

02nd June 2021

In, “Not Father O’Malley”, Roger Browne takes a hilarious look at what it was like to be brought up in a city, blitzed in the war, ravaged by poverty and floods, and strangled by overcrowding and inadequate housing. For full … Continue reading

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