Hawkenbury Village Blog

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Hawkenbury Village goes digital

Those of you lucky enough to have received your summer newsletter, will have seen the article that the village association is going digital. After 24 years of collecting membership fees at the door, we...

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April 2019 residents meeting with Berkeley Homes

The Hawkenbury Village Association attends bimonthly meetings with Berkeley Homes to address issues raised by residents in the local area. The meeting is attended by representatives of the HVA, Berkeley Homes, our local Park...

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Damage to Maryland Road and surrounding areas

The chair of the Hawkenbury Village Association, Dean Kenward, sent the following email to Jamie Hare, Development Agreements Manager at Kent County Council. He is responsible for overseeing the Berkeley Homes development in relation...

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Hawkenbury Farm street names revealed

The HVA has been working with Berkeley Homes on finding street and other names for the Hawkenbury Farm development. We sent them a long list of names associated with the local area and, in...

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Library opening hours to reduce

The Tunbridge Wells Town Forum have asked us to inform our members about a consultation on proposed changes to our local libraries. KCC is planning cutting the opening hours of libraries across the borough...

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One Stop update

Finally, some good news on the One Stop, that has been closed since July 2018. It should be reopen in the 2nd week of November 2018. The refurbishment of the shop threw up a...

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Concept Design for the Hawkenbury Pump Track

The HVA, Cllr Tracy Moore and officers from the council met with representatives from Velosolutions this morning, in the Recreation Ground, to look at the proposed site and concept design for the pump track. The...