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March Parish News

This month’s issue of the magazine was not printed or distributed because of COVID-19, but can be downloaded by clicking on the link: March Parish News

Citizenship Award 2020

Winner of Citizenship Award 2020 This year’s Citizenship Award was presented to Kathy Embleton-Smith. A university lecturer, her research for over 30 years focused largely on livelihoods and rural development in parts of East Africa and India. It was a short step to apply this technique locally and away from work she is closely involved with […]


As from today, Ashford BC will be setting up a new Support Team to assist vulnerable people within our borough, or those that are calling for any help required. As from today, if you receive any request for help or want help directly, please email the details to help@ashford.gov.uk This will ensure that all calls […]

Renew 18 a well-being cafe

Welcome to RENEW 18 A WELL-BEING CAFÉ At Brabourne Baptist Church A quiet shared space where it’s ok not to be ok.  Every Monday from 3pm to 5pm the church becomes a community space for a variety of hobbies and activities. These are run by the community for the community. Anyone is welcome to share […]

Citizenship Award

We in Brabourne are very lucky in having so many people in the parish who put themselves out for others, and to mark this the Citizenship Award is made annually, in memory of Councillor Goodall.    The Award pays tribute to Councillor Goodall, who did a great deal for the community and marks the affection and […]

Hospital Field – KCC Panel meeting

At last an update! The Regulations Committee of Kent County Council will be carrying out a site meeting of Hospital Field on 3rd December at 10.00 to view the site the subject of our Village Green application. We particularly need to show our presence on Hospital Field at the time of the meeting. Dog walkers […]

Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child is the world’s largest Christmas project of its kind, and uses gift-filled shoe boxes to demonstrate God’s love in a tangible way to children in need around the world. A small shoe box can have a big impact. What goes into the box is fun, but what comes out of it is […]

Messy Church

July’s Messy Church was a lively afternoon of fun and games at the Scout Hut. We had our story and our usual crafts and Lego, however we spent a lot of time outside in the sunshine playing games and various other activities. Who would have guessed that a colourful parachute could cause such fun and […]