Woodchurch is a Kent village, the largest civil parish in the Borough of Ashford. It is centred 6 miles (9.7 km) from the market town of Ashford and 4 miles (6 km) from the Cinque Ports town of Tenterden, in Kent, South East England. The village became firmly established in the 13th century with the erection of the large All Saints church which still boasts a 13th-century chancel. The windmill that overlooks the village from the north commands extensive views over the Walland marshes to the English Channel coast.

Woodchurch Hub is a not-for-profit organisation that is supported by Woodchurch Parish Council, whose main objectives are to promote the wellbeing of Woodchurch residents and to bring together local social groups, charities and local businesses within the Woodchurch area. We encourage “think-local-buy-local” and work towards ensuring our rural community continues to thrive. More is achieved by working together.

The Parish Council meets on the 4th Thursday of each month. Please check noticeboard or website for agenda and to confirm meeting is taking place at 7.00 pm in the Memorial Hall Annexe. Anyone from the village is welcome to attend these meetings, which include an Open Forum where matters that you would like to be considered by the Council can be discussed.

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12 hours ago

Just wanted to give everyone a heads up. For the last two nights we have had people come onto our property and go through our shed and summerhouse and they have now stolen our bantam chickens! We have got CCTV so will be reviewing it and taking the necessary action!!!
Please take extra care and be careful!!!
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Scum

Oh no whereabouts in woodchurch? Has anyone cctv or doorbell footage that may help to locate them

How disgusting people can be. I am so sad for you .

If you get any vehicle details at all - let us know! There'll be loads of people looking for it!

11 hours ago

OPERATION GUARDIAN ANGEL

Dear Readers
I am today launching a new initiative, Operation Guardian Angel,to help play a part in protecting our elderly and vulnerable in the community. We are all well aware that criminals, scammers and bogus callers will look to target those groups especially those who live alone.

Many of you have the worries and maybe the responsibility of keeping an eye on an elderly parent or relative but lives elsewhere in the District.
We all hope that we can stay in our own homes for as long as possible in our final years.
Or you may have a family member who is vulnerable due to another disability which may render them at risk to similar crimes.

I have piloted through my Community Neighbourhood Watch work where I can add those persons homes where they live into Neighbourhood Watch and ensure their house is badged with “NO UNWANTED CALLERS ’ etc. but I add in your email so you are aware of any crimes near to them where you can pass on any alerts of types of crimes.
For example you live in Ashford and they live in an outlying area of the District then we add their address to your Ashford email so you know what is happening where they live. There maybe some crimes that you may not need to know but for example reports of bogus callers is another matter altogether.
This has proved very reassuring to relatives who maybe have a family member living alone and they are able to speak to that person to help keep them as safe as possible.
Those warnings may well be received better from you than through normal official methods from the likes of me.
I have also had feed back also that the vulnerable person now checks with family members before doing anything that may be very unwise.
Many of those at risk are not contactable via methods like email, many may only have a landline phone.

I am trying to think outside the box and to help keep loved ones as safe as we can, crime free and as important free from the fear of being a victim of crime also BUT here’s the win win it will help keep you in the knowledge of incidents/crime trends near them and maybe just maybe ease your worries just that little bit too.

As I said I have piloted this and the feedback is excellent in recent days I have added in relatives who live in London and East Sussex it means they are now aware of events near their loved ones. Their positive feedback has made me act today.
Now this post is being read by two groups
The first who do not have these worries and may not even follow my thoughts.
Or the second group I am aiming at who do have these worries and know exactly what I am thinking and trying to achieve.
To the first group I hope it is a long time before you are in group two. When you are you will know exactly what I am talking about and trying to achieve.

I hope people take up my offer

I hope this all makes sense
Happy to discuss anything in confidence
Contact me on …………peternew1@aol.com
Thank you
Peter

Peter New (peternew1@aol.com)
Kent Police Volunteer & Community Neighbourhood Watch
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OPERATION GUARDIAN ANGEL

Dear Readers
I am today launching a new initiative, Operation Guardian Angel,to help play a part in protecting our elderly and vulnerable in the community. We are all well aware that criminals, scammers and bogus callers will look to target those groups especially those who live alone.

Many of you have the worries and maybe the responsibility of keeping an eye on an elderly parent or relative but lives elsewhere in the District.
We all hope that we can stay in our own homes for as long as possible in our final years.
Or you may have a family member who is vulnerable due to another disability which may render them at risk to similar crimes.

I have piloted through my Community Neighbourhood Watch work where I can add those persons homes where they live into Neighbourhood Watch and ensure their house is badged with “NO UNWANTED CALLERS ’ etc. but I add in your email so you are aware of any crimes near to them where you can  pass on any alerts of types of crimes.
For example you live in Ashford and they live in an outlying area of the District then we add their address to your Ashford email so you know what is happening where they live. There maybe some crimes that you may not need to know but for example reports of bogus callers is another matter altogether.
This has proved very reassuring to relatives who maybe have a family member living alone and they are able to speak to that person to help keep them as safe as possible.
Those warnings may well be received better from you than through normal official methods from the likes of me.
I have also had feed back also that the vulnerable person now checks with family members before doing anything that may be very unwise.
Many of those at risk are not contactable via methods like email, many may only have a landline phone.

I am trying to think outside the box and to help keep loved ones as safe as we can, crime free and as important free from the fear of being a victim of crime also BUT here’s the win win it will help keep you in the knowledge of incidents/crime trends near them and maybe just maybe ease your worries just that little bit too.

As I said I have piloted this and the feedback is excellent in recent days I have added in relatives who live in London and East Sussex it means they are now aware of events near their loved ones. Their positive feedback has made me act today.
Now this post is being read by two groups
The first who do not have these worries and may not even follow my thoughts.
Or the second group I am aiming at who do have these worries and know exactly what I am thinking and trying to achieve.
To the first group I hope it is a long time before you are in group two. When you are you will know exactly what I am talking about and trying to achieve.

I hope people take up my offer

I hope this all makes sense
Happy to discuss anything in confidence
Contact me on …………peternew1@aol.com
Thank you 
Peter

Peter New (peternew1@aol.com)
Kent Police Volunteer & Community Neighbourhood Watch
11 hours ago

OPERATION GUARDIAN ANGEL

Dear Readers
I am today launching a new initiative, Operation Guardian Angel,to help play a part in protecting our elderly and vulnerable in the community. We are all well aware that criminals, scammers and bogus callers will look to target those groups especially those who live alone.

Many of you have the worries and maybe the responsibility of keeping an eye on an elderly parent or relative but lives elsewhere in the District.
We all hope that we can stay in our own homes for as long as possible in our final years.
Or you may have a family member who is vulnerable due to another disability which may render them at risk to similar crimes.

I have piloted through my Community Neighbourhood Watch work where I can add those persons homes where they live into Neighbourhood Watch and ensure their house is badged with “NO UNWANTED CALLERS ’ etc. but I add in your email so you are aware of any crimes near to them where you can pass on any alerts of types of crimes.
For example you live in Ashford and they live in an outlying area of the District then we add their address to your Ashford email so you know what is happening where they live. There maybe some crimes that you may not need to know but for example reports of bogus callers is another matter altogether.
This has proved very reassuring to relatives who maybe have a family member living alone and they are able to speak to that person to help keep them as safe as possible.
Those warnings may well be received better from you than through normal official methods from the likes of me.
I have also had feed back also that the vulnerable person now checks with family members before doing anything that may be very unwise.
Many of those at risk are not contactable via methods like email, many may only have a landline phone.

I am trying to think outside the box and to help keep loved ones as safe as we can, crime free and as important free from the fear of being a victim of crime also BUT here’s the win win it will help keep you in the knowledge of incidents/crime trends near them and maybe just maybe ease your worries just that little bit too.

As I said I have piloted this and the feedback is excellent in recent days I have added in relatives who live in London and East Sussex it means they are now aware of events near their loved ones. Their positive feedback has made me act today.
Now this post is being read by two groups
The first who do not have these worries and may not even follow my thoughts.
Or the second group I am aiming at who do have these worries and know exactly what I am thinking and trying to achieve.
To the first group I hope it is a long time before you are in group two. When you are you will know exactly what I am talking about and trying to achieve.

I hope people take up my offer

I hope this all makes sense
Happy to discuss anything in confidence
Contact me on …………peternew1@aol.com
Thank you
Peter

Peter New (peternew1@aol.com)
Kent Police Volunteer & Community Neighbourhood Watch
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OPERATION GUARDIAN ANGEL

Dear Readers
I am today launching a new initiative, Operation Guardian Angel,to help play a part in protecting our elderly and vulnerable in the community. We are all well aware that criminals, scammers and bogus callers will look to target those groups especially those who live alone.

Many of you have the worries and maybe the responsibility of keeping an eye on an elderly parent or relative but lives elsewhere in the District.
We all hope that we can stay in our own homes for as long as possible in our final years.
Or you may have a family member who is vulnerable due to another disability which may render them at risk to similar crimes.

I have piloted through my Community Neighbourhood Watch work where I can add those persons homes where they live into Neighbourhood Watch and ensure their house is badged with “NO UNWANTED CALLERS ’ etc. but I add in your email so you are aware of any crimes near to them where you can  pass on any alerts of types of crimes.
For example you live in Ashford and they live in an outlying area of the District then we add their address to your Ashford email so you know what is happening where they live. There maybe some crimes that you may not need to know but for example reports of bogus callers is another matter altogether.
This has proved very reassuring to relatives who maybe have a family member living alone and they are able to speak to that person to help keep them as safe as possible.
Those warnings may well be received better from you than through normal official methods from the likes of me.
I have also had feed back also that the vulnerable person now checks with family members before doing anything that may be very unwise.
Many of those at risk are not contactable via methods like email, many may only have a landline phone.

I am trying to think outside the box and to help keep loved ones as safe as we can, crime free and as important free from the fear of being a victim of crime also BUT here’s the win win it will help keep you in the knowledge of incidents/crime trends near them and maybe just maybe ease your worries just that little bit too.

As I said I have piloted this and the feedback is excellent in recent days I have added in relatives who live in London and East Sussex it means they are now aware of events near their loved ones. Their positive feedback has made me act today.
Now this post is being read by two groups
The first who do not have these worries and may not even follow my thoughts.
Or the second group I am aiming at who do have these worries and know exactly what I am thinking and trying to achieve.
To the first group I hope it is a long time before you are in group two. When you are you will know exactly what I am talking about and trying to achieve.

I hope people take up my offer

I hope this all makes sense
Happy to discuss anything in confidence
Contact me on …………peternew1@aol.com
Thank you 
Peter

Peter New (peternew1@aol.com)
Kent Police Volunteer & Community Neighbourhood Watch
2 days ago

UPDATE: HE’S HOME! 😻😻😻
Thank you for all your wishes.

***MISSING***
Our lovely, big Stampy has been missing since Thursday. I was just wondering if anyone has seen him around? He is a massive, ginger Tom cat (neutered and chipped). We recently moved into our new home at the bottom of Front Road and he has only been going out for a few weeks. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. X
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UPDATE: HE’S HOME! 😻😻😻
Thank you for all your wishes. 

***MISSING***
Our lovely, big Stampy has been missing since Thursday. I was just wondering if anyone has seen him around? He is a massive, ginger Tom cat (neutered and chipped). We recently moved into our new home at the bottom of Front Road and he has only been going out for a few weeks. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. X

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Hope you find him soon

Sorry to hear this Lou 😔 I’ll keep an eye out for him xx

Shared to Woodchurch Kent Community Group

He will be home soon, he is probably in a shed or garage.x

Sophie Bushell Jason Bushell can you look out for this pussy cat 🐈 please xx

I’m sure you have already done this x

Will keep an eye out in Shirkoak Area. xx

Will keep an eye out for you whilst walking the girls Louise Nicholls. Xx

Probably was of Courting xx

So pleased

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3 days ago

Come and play trains! All ages welcome to play and everything is hands on and interactive!
www.kent.trainmaster.co.uk to join the fun!
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