Goudhurst In Bloom 2024

Applications are invited from residents of the Parish for the Goudhurst Parish In Bloom 2024 competition.

Categories are:-

  • The best village garden (mostly) visible from the road
  • The best cottage garden, not visible from the road
  • The best display, including hanging baskets, of commercial properties; this included pubs, shops and all business premises
  • The best non-commercial display; such as schools, preschools, war memorial, the Social Club etc.

Application forms can be obtained in local shops, business premises or by emailing clerk@goudhurst-pc.co.uk or download a copy here

Closing date for applications is 23rd June 2024 and judging will take place on 27th June 2024.

Goudhurst D-Day Celebrations 6th June 2024

Our community will be commemorating the 80th anniversary of D-Day at the Goudhurst war memorial between 9:05 and 9:30am on Thursday 6 June.

Please note this change from previous mention of the commemoration starting at 9:30am.  This is in fact when it will be ending.

A short service will be followed by the ringing of church bells – how many learned the liberation of Europe had finally begun in 1944 – and the raising of commemorative flags at St Mary’s, Goudhurst, in Kilndown, and in Curtisden Green between 6 and 12 June.

Bells will also be rung at Lamberhurst (6:30pm) and Christ Church, Kilndown (7:30pm) on 6 June.

We Will Remember Them

Picture: Men of No. 47 Commando landing on Gold near La Rivière

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