Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Wrotham Parish Council

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Wrotham's Christmas Fayre
Wrotham Steam & Transport Rally
Wrotham Burial Ground
Parish Councillors Details
St George's Church
Wrotham Pubs
Hartley Morris Men

Wrotham Community Choir

Wrotham's New Sports Pavilion with Function Areas for Hire 



There is a vacancy on Wrotham Parish Council for a co-opted member.
If you are interested in joining the team and for information on the role of a parish councillor.
Please contact the clerk Lesley Cox on either
01732 886139 or email: wrothampc@btinternet.com

Wrotham Heath Solar Farm: Update

Following planning approval for a solar farm on land west of Ford Lane in Wrotham Parish. Good Energy is beginning construction works from Wednesday 13th January 16.

The construction team will begin site preparation works with the principle construction phase scheduled to start later in January. The site is expected to be completed in early spring 2016.

If you have any queries or concerns relating to the Wrotham Heath Solar Farm, please contact Sophie Kempthorne on 01249 765545  or 07710 300435


Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Return yr ended 31st March 2016 Click Here

Wrotham is a historic village situated on the Pilgrims' Way in Kent, at the foot of the chalk escarpment of the North Downs and in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is a small rural community of 1800 parishioners located one mile north of Borough Green and approximately five miles east of Sevenoaks but still within, an hours drive from London. The village is blessed with several architecturally interesting and historic buildings including St George’s Church, the current building dating back to the 13th century.

This site is designed to be a community portal with information about the many and varied aspects of the vibrant Wrotham Community. Several local groups have taken this opportunity to provide information about their activities and views. 

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