Download the PDF here News 11-2018
Hernhill Parish Council are seeking to recruit a Parish Clerk for approximately 5 hours per week, including attending monthly council meetings on the last Wednesday of the month.
Applicants should forward their CV, along with a covering letter explaining their suitability for the role to email@example.com
The closing date for applications is 30th November 2018
Remembrance Sunday 2018 falls on the exact day that one hundred years ago World War One ended. Communities across this Country and the Commonwealth had seen their men go off to war over that four year period, far too many of whom were never to return. Hernhill was no different. Of the men from this Parish who went off to fight thirty never came back. This number included six pairs of brothers. Their names are all recorded on our war memorial and, thanks to extensive research by Sue Owen, the stories behind these names are known. An exhibition based on Sue’s research will be in church from Monday 5th to Sunday 18th November, between 10am and 4pm each day. The family names, addresses and places of work of these men will be familiar to many and are a very poignant and sobering reminder of how much we owe to them for their bravery and sacrifice. Please do come and look and remember.
Sat 20th October between 2 and 4pm at Dunkirk Village Hall
After a year out some gardens at Hernhill, Staplestreet and Dunkirk will be opening to the public again including at least one new one. There will be a selection of small and large private gardens, approximately 9 plus one allotment site to visit. Some are within easy walking distance of each other and a few are further apart. They exhibit different styles of planting and garden design at various stages of development. Some will have children’s activities and/or be selling teas, coffees, cakes and plants.
All proceeds will go to the Dawes Community Association and Hernhill Horticultural Society.
Cost: £5.00 per adult and £1.00 per accompanied child aged 4 to 16. Programmes will be available from the beginning of June at the Red Lion Pub, Hernhill and the Three Horsehoes, Staplestreet and on the day from the gardens. All are welcome to come and we look forward to seeing you. Please be aware some of the gardens are less accessible than others.
BT have advised that they will be installing the necessary equipment in April to enable fibre speed internet access for Hernhill village!
So on the 27th Sept the Parish Council meet to discuss the placement of a new BT box on the village green. We are trying to find out which houses this will serve but BT are keen to move quickly
Hernhill.net has been contacted by BT Openreach who are ready to install some new infrastructure in the village to bring fibre speed internet connections.
“Working in contract with Kent County Council to deploy superfast broadband services across Kent & Medway. This is a multi-million pound programme of co-investment between Kent County Council, BT and Broadband Delivery UK.
We are currently programming for a new fibre broadband cabinet to be installed in the village”
We will keep you updated on progress
Dove at Dargate 29/07/17
This magic event will be held at Mount Ephraim from the 25th to 27th August. For more details go to www.anewdayfestival.com
Please find your PDF version of the Hernhill News for the lovely month of August 2017 HERE