Next meeting

Tuesday 16th May 2017  is the date of the next meeting at the Learning Opportunities Centre Womenswold. Members of the public are welcome. The meetings begin at 7pm. The first meeting is the Annual Village Meeting which is followed by the Annual Meeting of the Council.election-result-April-2017-page-0

Litter pick

Thanks to everyone who took part in the unofficial litter pick on 12th March. As Canterbury City Council would not insure the litter pick a number of volunteers carried out an unofficial litter pick and as a result the Parish looks a lot tidier.

The Parish of Womenswold is situated in a typical downland landscape just off the A2 midway between Canterbury and Dover, Womenswold is one of Kent’s smaller Parishes, comprising some 120 properties housing a population of around 300 people.

The Parish is made up of three communities: Woolage Village, Womenswold Village and Woolage Green.  The church – St Margaret of Antioch – is situated in Womenswold village, as is the former school which is now used as a learning opportunities centre for children with special needs.  The village pub – The Two Sawyers (website) – is in Woolage Green and is, in the absence of a village hall, the social hub of the Parish.  The recreation ground and children’s playground are located at Woolage Village.

The boundaries of the Parish can be viewed by clicking on the link below

Click here to see Parish Boundary

New residents are very welcome to the Parish. Please click the link below to view our welcome pack.

Welcome Pack 2015