Category: Our newsletters

The Hawkenbury Village Association publishes 4 newsletters per year. These have been delivered door-2-door by our representatives. We are slowly moving them online to build up an archive of news stories and happenings around the village.


Summer 2019 Newsletter

While we have all been enjoying the heat see the link below for the latest newsletter with whats been happening in and around Hawkenbury.


Spring 2017 Newsletter

Use of S106 Monies In response to the call for suggestions for the use of S106 monies, resident Ben Hallett has put forward a proposal for a ‘Pump Track’ on the old bowling green...


Winter 2017 Newsletter

Hawkenbury Farm Development The planning application of Berkeley Homes submitted to Tunbridge Wells Borough council (TWBC)for the redevelopment of the land at Hawkenbury farm has reached the planning committee stage. The committee met on...

Potholes  –  Correction – OOPS!! 0

Potholes – Correction – OOPS!!

POTHOLES  –  CORRECTION – OOPS!!  In the winter newsletter we gave the incorrect information for contacting the Kent Highways regarding notification of potholes. The correct website is:- Telephone number is:- 0300 041 8181

New Rep 0

New Rep

We warmly welcome Jill Tansley as rep for the Camden Park and Shaw area.

Hawkenbury cemetery 0

Hawkenbury cemetery

A Friends group for the cemetery is being set up and they are asking for support from our Members. They see the target membership/audience as Residents in the immediate vicinity The recently bereaved Other...

AXA/PPP parking update 0

AXA/PPP parking update

AXA/PPP have submitted an amended application for their ex-Land Registry site. They now contend that, with careful re-allocation of on-site parking and shared drivers, they no longer need to build an elevated parking deck (with associated ramp)...


The Rec

Julia Hepner has reported that the Rec is now open again and she has never seen it busier. She says that she has had lots of positive feedback and the children are really enjoying...

Chairman 0


Our Chairman, Chris White, has decided to step down from his post and also from the Committee, so we will now need to find an enthusiastic and energetic person to fill his very capable...