Clubs / Societies






Open Spaces


Places of Worship


Reporting problems


Road closures


It will be necessary to close Long Hill, Chilham from 20th May 2024 for up to 3 days. The road will be closed in the vicinity of 1 Cork Farm Cottages. The alternative route is via Cobbs Hill,... View Detail

Most street lighting is the responsibility of Kent County Council. A small number of lights are covered by the county council, parish council or private ownership. To report problems concerning... View Detail

St Mary's Church Chilham is part of the King's Wood Benefice along with 4 other churches in neighbouring parishes. For information about service times or to contact the administrator follow the... View Detail (external... View Detail

St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Church (external... View Detail

The Animal & Plant Health Agency (APHA) has asked for the following public warning and information to be distributed to all local parishes and communities. It is of special relevance to fruit... View Detail

Matters concerning roads and pavements are the responsibility of Kent County Council Highways - these include street light faults potholes drainage traffic signal faults damage to... View Detail

Chilham Parish sits within the designated Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). To learn about this beautiful and precious landscape, visit the Kent Downs National Landscape... View Detail

Free public toilets (including disabled facilities) provided by Chilham Parish Council are sited next to Taylor's Hill car park (just off A252) CT4 8BZ. They are open from 10am until... View Detail

A large car park offering free parking for up-to 23 hours is located at the foot of Taylor's Hill, CT4 8BZ, just off the A252. It is owned and managed by Ashford Borough Council. Free public... View Detail

Route 18 on the National Cycle Network (supported by Sustains) runs from Tonbridge Wells to Canterbury, largely on quite country roads and also traffic free stretches. The route takes in many scenic... View Detail

The 153 mile long North Downs Way - one of the country's National Trails -passes through Chilham and Old Wives Lees, encompassing parts of our local Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). It runs... View Detail