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Welcome to Ightham Parish Council

Our aim is to keep you updated with latest news and events in and around the parish. We have included details on local history, interest and entertainment together with information relating to local businesses, church, transport and local services.

The site will be updated on a monthly basis to include Parish Council agendas, minutes and reports and anything interesting whether it be news, local events or new clubs established in the parish.

Queen Elizabeth II

Following the sad news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Ightham Parish Council joins the nation in mourning the death of Her Majesty the Queen. We send our deepest condolences to the entire Royal Family as well as all those who have been affected personally by Her Majesty’s death. Her Majesty’s lifetime of public service will continue to inspire generations to come.

A period of national mourning began on 9th September and will continue for 10 days until the day of the funeral. Any flags in the Village should be lowered to half-mast. We await further instructions from the Government with regards to formal procedures. We know that many of you will want to pay tribute to Her Majesty and offer condolences to the Royal Family at this time.

We would like to encourage you to leave your tributes to Her Majesty the Queen by signing the book of condolence on the Kent County Council or the website of The Royal Household.

If you are unable to access the online book of condolence, please send your tribute in writing to (including your address and telephone number):

The Civic Office, Sessions House, County Road, Maidstone ME14 1XQ.

If you would like to leave floral tributes, please leave them at the war memorial, we request no cellophane or plastic.

Cllr Rodney Willingham, The Chairman, Ightham Parish Council

                                        God Save the King