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Could you help your community? Become a Volunteer Flood Warden

The Role

· Help local people prepare for flooding
· Provide a vital link between your community and the emergency responders

The Commitment

· 2 hours evening session
· Flood Wardens meet a few times a year to test their flood plan

What you’ll get

· Comprehensive handbook
· Access to a whole host of resources
· Support from Flood Wardens

Free virtual training 19th September and 8th November 19:00 – 21:00

Click Here for futher information

Harvest Supper at the Church

Newchurch Village Harvest Supper is in church on Saturday 30th September at 6:00 for 6:30. Please contact Diana on 01303 311779  by Saturday 23rd to reserve your chairs and enable our cooks to buy and prepare their variety of home made hot main meals including vegetarian option, and pudding. Our Harvest Service will follow on Sunday 1st October.

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3 Dates for Your Calendars Further Ahead For The Church

We are planning to continue our Remembrance Sunday service pattern of open-air worship at the Air Force Memorial by the Village Crossroads - more information next month.

On Saturday 2nd December we will be holding our Christmas fair with loads of relevant stalls in addition to the final coffee morning of the year from 10:30 to 12:30. Again contact Diana on 01303 311779 if you would like to join us to sell your gifts or produce.

And we already have an organist practising for our 5pm Christmas Eve Carol Service! Children friendly with both mulled wine and soft drink afterwards.

Do come to some or all ! 

Free Events At The Romney Marsh Business Hub

Click Here for more details and booking instructions

Business Hub Questionaire

Click Here to take part

Doorstep Discovery Walk Leaflets Are Out Now ! 

Stuck with something to do with the whole family? Why not grab one of our new Doorstep Discovery leaflets. Funded by the Fifth Continent Landscape Partnership, these family fun quiz trails will guide you to search for hidden answers to find out what your local Romney Marsh Landscape is all about. There are 5 walks to complete; Lovely Lydd, Discovering Dymchurch, New Romneys Revelations and Military Meander. They are all available to pick up for free at the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre and will be available to download soon. So why not grab your copy and get out exploring!


Kent Police - Community Updates

My Community Voice - A digital platform allowing two-way messaging between Kent Police and members of the public.

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Newchurch Village Hall is back open for bookings! 

A great location for your family events, parties, clubs
 and sport. 
Extremely reasonable hire rates. Good spacious facilities. The Social Club bar is also bookable for your event. Click Here for details
Click Here for more Village Hall information 
Dedicated booking line: 07749369861


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The church doors are once again open.

  click here for Sunday service details. 

The church is now open for daily private prayer and visiting between 10am and 3.30pm

Breaching the Barrier at the Romney Resource Centre

Breaching the Barrier is an exciting project that focuses on practical conservation, agriculture and heritage training and activities for people living in Romney Marsh and the surrounding villages. Our free skills training, courses and work-related qualifications increase the ability to secure employment in industries and services in Romney Marsh and its surrounding villages.

For more information contact:

jill@romney-resource.co.uk or karenjames@romney-resource.co.uk Tel: 01797 367455 (option 3)

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 Click Here for the latest information on a mobile phone upgrade scam.

Mental Health 'Crisis Support Cards'

Produced in collaboration between Kent County Council and the Kent and Medway Clinical Commissioning Group

Support for Adults during the Crisis click here

Support for Children during the Crisis click here

Police Rural Crime Officers

There is now a rural crime officer on duty every day and a dedicated telephone number so that it is easier to make contact with the rural team for our area.


The officers for our area are Insp Dave Smith and 
Sgt Darren Walshaw 


Click here to see our Kent Police page and see the different ways to report crime

A Guide to Reponsible Dog Ownership

Click here to read Folkestone & Hythe District Council's guide to responsible dog ownership.


Just because you live in the country it doesn't mean you shouldn't

    Report dog fouling   Report that the bin is full


The Kent Resilience Forum ensures a co-ordinated response to emergencies that could have a significant impact on communities in Kent.

Click here to see how to prepare yourself for an emergency



Asian Hornet

Guidance to identifying and reporting

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Events at the Church

9th September - Kent Ride and Stride, raising funds for all Kent churches. Could you join to help by visiting lots of churches after getting sponsors? We will be serving refreshments all day from 10.00am to 6.00pm (extended cake opportunities) and a ploughman's lunch until we run out of food! 

7th October - Coffee Morning

14th October - Coffee Morning hosted by Newchurch WI 

So a busy 6 weeks for us ! Do please support us where you can.



Please Click Here for latest fraud and scam information


Take a look at the King's Coronation celebrations held in the village by clicking Here.

More pictures added


Post Office 

The Post Office in The Village Hall is open Tuesdays between 3pm and 4pm

WI_sml.png Newchurch Women's Institute 

If you are insterested in becoming a member please contact Brenda Wimble on 01233 720181

gov.uk.png                             Animal & Plant Health Agency

Plans have been announced to lift the Avian Influenza Prevention Zone houseing measures for poultry and captive birdsin England and Wales from 00:01 on Tuesday 18 April 2023. However, the Avian Influenza Prevention Zone mandatory biosecurity measures will remain in place for all birds. If you intend to allow your birds outside after 18 April you must take action now to prepare the outside areas, please check the information available Here.

To access the new Avian Influenza Licensing Service us the following link 


Sources of Advice and Help for the Cost of Living Crisis

If you’re concerned about managing your household bills over the coming winter, there are lots of bodies able to provide information and practical help.

Newchurch Parish Council has a role in signposting residents towards the following helpful information sources, which should be up-to-date and accurate. 

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KCC_sm.pngKent County Council Trading Standards

are raising awareness about African Swine Fever. This disease is not the same as swine flu and does not affect humans.

Click Here to read Government advice

Newchurch_House.pngNewchurch House Restaurant


 Dine in or Takeaway 

View Menus Here

 Call to Book or order 01303 872553


New Craft Group Now Up and Running



In Newchurch Village Hall

Every Tuesday 1.30pm 'til 4pm 




click here or contact Jill Owen for more details

07716 496220




to all those who have donated to the Church following our recent appeal. Your generosity is gratefully welcomed. We still need more though! So further donations definitely appreciated.


Country Eye - Don't Ignore It, Share It

The country eye app is very simple to use:

Step 1: Take a photo of the suspicious behaviour

Step 2: Tell us where you are using your phone's built in GPS location.

Step 3: Describe what you can see, providing as much detail as possible.


What is Country Eye?

Romney Marsh Speed Watch

Are you concerned about vehicles speeding through our village?

You could become a Speed Watch volunteer
Click here to find out more



There is a national drive to co-ordinate work with all police forces affected by hare coursing.  Kent have adopted the National Operation name of 'OP Galileo'.
If you have cause to report any Hare Coursing activity please quote this operation name.


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