Contacts

Marsha Sutcliffe clerk
Aylesham House
Dorman Ave South
Aylesham
CT3 3AA
Tel: 01304 840377
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A meadow scene in AyleshamAylesham Village, with a population of about 4000, was built in the 1920s to provide housing for the miners who came to work in the new Kent coalmines. Following the closure of the pits in the 1980s, a wide range of community initiatives, funded both locally and nationally, are being introduced to provide leisure facilities and alternative employment opportunities. The Aylesham Master Development is currently under way to regenerate and expand the village by 1200 new houses.

AYLESHAM  PARISH COUNCIL

Councillors and Clerk contact details:

Chair: Joanne Cartledge 01304 840698
Chat Price  01304 840367
Bill Oliver 01304 842305
Kay Sutcliffe 01304 841401
Mark Townsend 01304 841807
Lee Prescott 01304 842151
Tommy Johnstone 07712 255889
Barbara Morgan 01304 841292
Clerk: Marsha Sutcliffe Office: 01304 840377

 

PARISH OF AYLESHAM

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

Due to the resignation of Caroline Bryan, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Parish Council.

The Vacancy will be filled by Co-option

Please Click HERE to view the Notice

 

SURGERIES (at AYLESHAM HOUSE)

Friday morning surgeries have changed to monthly  to reflect local demand.  

We are proud to be one of the very few Parish Councils in this area that offer a Surgery. Due to a substantial decrease in foot-fall during our Surgery times, it has been agreed that we will look to modernise our means of communication with the general public by updating our website and by holding a monthly surgery too. 

The Clerk will continue to be available via telephone: 01304 840377 and email: ayleshamparishcoucil@btinternet.com  for urgent matters and will be joined by parish councillors on the last Friday of each month. Councillors will be available for surgeries on  Friday 27 January 2017 and Friday 24 February 2017.

 

 

 

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