Park Farm agricultural building

Here again is an application for an agricultural building at ‘Park Farm’. Unlike the Ringlestone application there has hitherto been no evidence of farming carried out there recently. The application is 21/503270/AGRIC.

Monthly newsletter from our MBC ward councillor

Patrik writes a regular column in his own inimitable style! He is a great supporter of Wormshill. Read all about what he and MBC have been doing in his download.

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Kent Rural Police update

These arise rather sporadically but are always interesting and contrary to popular perception, show the police are very active in the area capturing various ne’er-do-wells… They are often a good read – it would seem often that ‘its the usual suspects’…

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Planning consultation – Ringlestone Meadow Ringlestone Road Harrietsham Kent ME17 1NX

My first post for 15 months! There is a planning application for the above – 21/501981/FULL – behind the Ringlestone Inn. Whilst not quite in our parish, I’m sure people will be interested. The applicant is a legitimate farmer and all the details are set out in the application.

Kent Rural Police update

These arise rather sporadically but are always interesting and contrary to popular perception, show the police are very active in the area capturing various ne’er-do-wells…

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Kent Rural Police update

Here is the latest update from the Rural Police Team, about various n’er do wells.

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Monthly newsletter for September from our MBC ward councillor, Patrik Garten

Patrik writes a regular column in his own inimitable style! He is a great supporter of Wormshill and has funded new water heaters to the village hall. Read all about what he and MBC have been doing in his download.

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Road through the village closed – 24 September

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Advance warning for Kent County Council has been received that The Street is to be closed for a day between 9.30 and 15.30 on 24 September for cabling works for BT. This will be from the junction with Park Lane ‘for 7110m’. By my reckoning that’s down into Sittingbourne but you get the general idea.

Pop-up exhibition of ‘The art of glass’ at Wormshill Village Hall

Straight from Handmade Oxford, the International Arts Festival at Waterperry Gardens, Emma Nightingale will provide a display of her kiln formed glass – coasters, bowls, small, medium and large and wall art.

Come along and take a look – no obligation to buy ……if you want to it can be arranged.

More details are here:

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Monthly newsletter for July from Patrik Garten, our ward councillor

Patrik writes a regular column in his own inimitable style! He is a great supporter of Wormshill and has funded new water heaters to the village hall. Read all about what he and MBC have been doing in his download.

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