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Hernhill Neighbourhood Plan
Do you love where you live?
What do you want for the future?
Is the local area important to you, your family, your business?
Do you want to keep the distinctive ‘village feel’ by protecting and maintaining local character and natural environment of where you live?
Do you want to have a say in improving the recreational, economic and environmental well-being of our area?
A neighbourhood plan is the opportunity to describe what is important to those who live and work in the area (now and in future).
If the plan is approved by the community, those views have to be considered in local planning decisions.
Hernhill has a number of communities scattered across the parish. It is important that everyone has the chance to have their say.
To start the process, we need to collect as much information as possible about the character and important features of our area and its development needs.
Please get involved.
Your village needs you
View across Hernhill from the church
View Across Hernhill from the Church
View of the Red pub
View of The Red Lion
View of the church
View of the Church
View of Mount Ephraim
View of Mount Ephraim
View of the Three Horsehoes pub
View of the Three Horseshoes
Potential Closure of Faversham's Waste and Recycling Centre
Residents can join the campaign against the closure of Faversham’s HWRC and sign the petition if they feel that the centre should remain open. The Council will decide its position on the matter at the time of the formal KCC consultation.
Twinning with Vis En Artois
For more information about the village in France, it has a great website
If you are interested in getting involved, please contact the Clerk who will forward on your details
The Parish Council meets on the last Wednesday of each month (except December). Meetings are held at 8pm in the village hall.. The public are welcome to attend meetings.
There are currently 7 Parish Councillors who regularly attend meetings, along with Borough and County Councillors. Click here to find out more about your Councillors
The Parish Council does not operate on social media. All enquiries should be directed by email to the Parish Clerk, Rebecca Parr at firstname.lastname@example.org
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