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Theft at St. Paul’s Church, Four Elms

During the past week, we are not sure when as it is open on a daily basis from morning to early afternoon, our beautiful Church was robbed.

The brass ornate pulpit rails were removed from the stone stairs, a hanging candelabra in the sanctuary, fortunately one was left, and two silver plate flower vases were stolen.   Likewise, probably the water from the vases was strewn over the altar kneeling cushions leaving them badly marked.  If you know anything about this incident would be please contact:

Kent Police 01622 690690 Incident Ref: 17-0575


You may query why the Church is left open each day. It is the policy of the PCC and Rochester Diocese that our Church is an open door to anyone and everyone.   It was founded over 100 years ago as “The Little House of Goodwill” and it remains so to this day.   Its interior decorations are considered, by academic Art Historians, to be a great example of the Arts and Crafts movement, founded by William Morris. All were gifts by generous residents of Four Elms Village and we are saddened that such a robbery has occurred, the first to our knowledge, at this time.

We continue to welcome all who wish to enter our beautiful Church and while “things” may have been stolen the heart of the Church is in good repair.


HPC / HRA report on how to spend £30,000 at Hever station.

GTR report on how to spend £ 30,000 at Hever station.  August 2019 GTR report Hever 2019

Completion of the limited assurance review for the year end 31 March 2019

Please find the external auditor report and certificate for the financial accounts of Hever Parish Council.  Details of the rights of inspection attached.

Audit complete Aug 2019

DRAFT minutes from Hever Parish Council meeting 16th July 2019

The planning meeting was held at 7 – 7.50 pm with Cllrs. RBS, CT, AH, AS in attendance plus 3 members of the public and JH Chair.


FULL Council meeting; Continue reading

Updated Hever Parish Council planning meeting 16th July 7pm Hever Village Hall

2019 July Planning meeting

Hever Parish Council Planning and Full meeting agenda Tuesday 16th July, Hever Village Hall

Note planning meeting is 7pm.

Full meeting 7.30pm

Please contact clerk@hever.org with any queries.

2019 July HPC agenda final

2019 July Planning meeting


2019 May Assembly draft

2019 May AGM minutes draft

2019 July planning update



FREE family fun days – 31st July Markbeech & 12th August Hever

 Wednesday 31 July 10am to 2pm,  Markbeech – Markbeech Village Hall, Cowden Pound Road, Markbeech, Edenbridge TN8 5NR
Monday 12 August 10am to 2pm, Hever – Hever Village Hall, Hever Road, Hever, TN8 7NH
Parents and carers – The Imago Team will be on hand to set up games, crafts and fun things for you and your children to play with.
Enjoy the day together with your children– bring a picnic and stay for the whole event.
Remember, please bring suitable clothing for the activity and the weather, as well as sun cream and plenty of water.

Council dates and FREE family fun days

Wednesday 31st July 10 – 2pm Markbeech village hall
Monday 12th August 10 – 2pm Hever village hall

Tuesday 16th July 7.30pm Hever village hall.
Tuesday 17th September 7.30pm Markbeech village hall.Thursday 21st November 7.30pm Hever village hall.
All most welcome.


  • Happy to report that a new bus shelter (with proper bench seating) has been ordered to replace the one damaged last year in Four Elms.
  • Thank you for voting for Four Elms playground in the Waitrose green token scheme – we have been able to purchase more toddler equipment for the playground.

BULK refuse freighter for locals….29th June


Saturday 29th June 2019
Four Elms VILLAGE HALL 8 – 9.15am then
Hever Bottle bank area next to Henry pub in coach car park 9.30 – 10.45am

It cannot take Continue reading

Hever station – Passenger benefit fund of £ 30,000

HEVER STATION – Passenger benefit fund.  What do passengers want £30,000 to be spent on? Tell us your ideas!

GTR has set up a Passenger Benefit fund totalling £15m following the disruption faced by passengers in Summer 2018 to be used to provide tangible benefits for passengers. £30,000 of that has been allocated to improve Hever Station.  Hever Parish Council and Hever Residents Assoc. regularly work together on many projects for the Hever community we wish to promote this fund to local passengers and co-ordinate a response. Continue reading

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