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Welcome to the website of Goudhurst Parish Council which is dedicated to communicating details of all council activities with residents and better serving the communities of Curtisden Green, Goudhurst and Kilndown.

Our new site will enable us to fulfill our legal obligations of publishing council documents, particularly meeting minutes and meeting agenda, in a timely way.

As part of this move our email addresses have also changed. The names remain the same but they are now all at goudhurst-pc.gov.uk. Our primary contact address is clerk@goudhurst-pc.gov.uk.

Fibre Broadband approved for Goudhurst

The Goudhurst Demand Led ‘Fibre to premises’ has finally been approved by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport. The project will bring fibre to more than 800 properties in Goudhurst and Curtisden Green. More information can be found at https://www.david-knight.org/…/goudhurst-fibre-fully…

To see if you are eligible and to pledge your voucher to this scheme, please follow this link – https://www.openreach.com/connect-my-community

We will remember them

The Chairman to the Council, Councilor Antony Harris, lay a wreath on behalf of the Parish.

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

You can watch the short wreath laying service on the Goudhurst Parish Council Facebook page.

COVID-19 Help and Support in Goudhurst Parish

The Parish Council and Goudhurst & Kilndown Church have brought together activities to support those in the Parish during this time of uncertainty as part of a community action group.

Help available

WHO IS YOUR COVID-19 COMMUNITY HERO?

Do you know someone who has volunteered or continues to work through the COVID-19 pandemic? Why not nominate them as your Community Hero? Go to tunbridgewells.gov.uk/heros

Become a COVID-19 Community Champion for Kent and Medway

More Information and Frequently Asked Questions

Help for Priority Customers – Utilities

Electricity, gas and water companies have teamed up to promote the Priority Services Register which offers extra advice and support to vulnerable customers.

“We understand that our services are your lifelines, and when it comes to managing your electricity, gas and water, there are times when a little extra help can make all the difference to you.” – Andrew Clowes, Head of Customer Insight and Strategy at South East Water.

To find out more or to register for the service visit www.southeastwater.co.uk/hereforyou

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