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Make a difference - Kent Community Foundation's Surviving Winter Campaign, Knock and Check
Tonbridge and Malling Ramblers  
Our friendly group is one of 13 Ramblers groups in Kent and part of the national Ramblers walking organisation. Our volunteer leaders offer a variety of walks, mostly on Sunday mornings with additional mid-week rambles each month.  Our walks are usually circular and about 5-6 miles in duration. We explore the beautiful Kent countryside from different starting points within the Tonbridge and Malling area and, occasionally, further afield. New members are welcome, as are those wishing to try us out before joining Ramblers.                                                                                                    
Group walks are currently paused until at least 2 December 2020. We will be restarting as soon as we can, dependent upon government guidelines and Ramblers national guidelines. Meanwhile, to find out more about our group please visit: or email
Consultation on Pavement Parking
Kent Together - Access to additional support 
Bioconstruct New Energy Press Release 
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Start of works notification for A228 Malling Road, Mereworth - further information
Become a COVID19 community champion for Kent and Medway. 















Welcome to Four New Councillors

The parish council vacancies are now filled

Kings Hill Parish Council held an extraordinary meeting of the Full Council last night, Monday 12th October 2020, to fill the four councillor vacancies and would like to welcome the following new councillors:-

Shakira Falzon-Thomas
Khaled Kassem-Toufic
Siobhan Kirk
Nick Redding

Vacancy Filled

About Kings Hill

Kings Hill is a new, modern village lying between the parishes of West Malling, Leybourne, Mereworth and Offham in the borough of Tonbridge & Malling. The village has been built on the former World War II airfield, RAF West Malling, with approximately 3,000 homes and 6,000 residents and is continuing to expand. It is well supported with sports facilities including a sports park, golf course, cricket oval, medical and educational facilities, a wonderful village green and Liberty Square, which has a variety of shops and supermarkets.

 Kings Hill Silver Ball Sculpture

There is a network of cycle paths, walks and bridleways that connect to both the residential and commercial areas of the village and of course our Community Centre, which brings both residents and hirers together. Through our website, the Parish Council will aim to guide you to the latest news, updates, events and Parish Council meetings, which will ensure that you know what is happening in and around the Parish of Kings Hill.

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