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Your Parish Council is the closest tier of local government to you and works on behalf of parish residents to make the village a wonderful place to live.

Through our monthly meetings, we provide residents with a democratic voice and a structure for taking community action.  The public are encouraged to attend our regular meetings, which are usually held on the second Tuesday of each month (excluding August).

This website provides information for you to see what the Parish Council is doing to serve the community.

LATEST NEWS

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BOUGHTON UNDER BLEAN
VILLAGE HALL

The VILLAGE HALL is keen to hear from enthusiastic people who wish to join the management committee and help with running all aspects of the hall. Regardless of your skillset, we have got a role for you! As a volunteer this is an opportunity to help improve this fantastic community facility. Please contact the Clerk with your interest.

WINTER WARM HUBS

February 26
March 11 & 25
St Barnabas 12-2pm
Come along to a warm and safe environment with free refreshments

REWILDING PROJECT

Get involved in many aspects of REWILDING, such as planting native vegetation and creating wildlife-friendly habitats.
The Parish Council will imminently be hosting a trial mini-forest at Poplar View using the Miyawaki method. Watch KCC's video here about how this method can help to increase the biodiversity in our community.

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COUNCILLOR VACANCY - There is currently a vacancy to co-opt a new councillor to the Parish Council.  If you would like to know more, please visit the councillors page on the wesbite and/or contact the Clerk. Come and join the team, have a say in your local community!!

DO YOU LIVE IN ONE OF THE CONSERVATION AREAS?

Did you know that living in a conservation area means that there are some extra planning controls and considerations, which exist to protect the historic and architectural elements which make the place special. They are most likely to affect owners who want to work on the outside of their building or any trees on their property. If you intend to undertake any work, you are advised to read Swale Borough Council's documentation on conservation areas More information can also be found at Historic England
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