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  • Map of Elham
    © Reproduced by kind permission of the Elham Village Hall Association Ltd, Elham Circle & the artist - Graham Clarke
    Elham village is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the North Downs of Kent. This beautiful and historic village can trace its past back to the Domesday Book of 1086.
    Map of Elham
    © Reproduced by kind permission of the artist Scarlett Rickard
    Nestled between Canterbury and Folkestone, the Elham Valley is situated in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is good access by car from the M20 and A2, alternatively by train to Canterbury or Folkestone and the regular No.17 Stagecoach bus service which runs along the valley.

    There can be few places as tranquil as Kent's Elham Valley that are so easy to reach and offer such a range of activities. Enjoy a walk in the unspoiled countryside followed by a pub lunch at one of the many charming village pubs.
    Breathe in the fresh air, drink in the views and feel yourself relax.

    There's accommodation to suit every budget from B&B to self catering or luxury rooms. The location makes it a great place for an overnight stop before a channel crossing from the nearby port of Dover or the Eurotunnel terminal at Folkestone.

    The Elham Valley Way, a 21 mile promoted footpath, passes over fields and through woods and villages, it therefore provides a wondeful encounter for the long distance walker. The Way largely traverses the track of the old Canterbury – Folkestone Elham Valley Railway which closed in 1947.

    The pretty village of Elham hosts some wonderful historic houses of Kent together with welcoming pubs, and log fires in the winter.
    NEWS
    Eat Out To Help Out Scheme
    Eat Out To Help Out Scheme
    Use the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme at a participating establishment: to get a 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner)every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 3 and 31 August as many times as you like. You do not need a voucher to use this scheme and you can use it at the same time as other offers and discounts. There is no minimum spend. You cannot claim discount on alcoholic drinks or service charges. Follow this link to find a participating business: Click Here
    04/08/2020

    Missing Cat In Elham
    Missing Cat In Elham
    Bertie the cat has gone missing from the High Street, Elham. He may be trapped somewhere so please could you check garages and sheds etc. He has been missing since Tuesday 28th July 2020. Please call Nicola on 07930 378634. THANK YOU.
    31/07/2020

    Virtual Summer Show
    25/07/2020

    Elham Historical Society Online Exhibition
    Elham Historical Society Online Exhibition
    To mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day the EHS have placed online the information that was due to be on display at the village hall. You can access the exhibition by visiting www.elhamhistorical.org.
    05/05/2020

    Village update
    Newsletter: Next edition August. Please get copy in by 15th July elhamnewsletter@gmail.com

    Village shop: Change to opening hours. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please do not collect your paper until 8 a.m.

    The King's Arms Now Open 01303 840353

    The Rose and Crown Now Open 01303 840890

    The Abbot's Fireside Currently closed. New ownership

    The Cosy Tea Rooms has a self isolation menu available 10:00 a.m. - 14:00.

    The Post Office Opens 7th July and every Tuesday

    18/03/2020

    Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    For the latest government update click here

    Social distancing: When distancing of two metres (six feet) is possible that should still be kept, but if that is not possible then one metre will be acceptable if certain precautions are taken - such as the use of face coverings For more information click here

    20/03/2020

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    CONTACTS
    Tel:
    Contact Name & email
    999
    Emergency
    101
    Non emergency Police
    07977 982185
    KCCCommunity Warden: Gary Harrison
    111
    NHS Direct
    01227 766877
    Kent & Canterbury Hosp.
    01233 633331
    William Harvey Ashford
    01303 840213
    Elham Surgery
    01303 232300
    Hawkinge Health Centre
    01303 862425
    Lyminge Pharmacy
    01303 840577
    Bourne Physiotherapy: Julie Perkins info@bournephysio.co.uk
    01227 832322
    Bourne Vet Practice
    01303 273203
    Manor Vet Clinic
    01303 253524
    Member of Parliament: Damian Collins MP
    07584 304301
    Shepway Dist. Councillor: David Godfrey
    07887 918458
    Shepway Dist. Councillor: Jennie Hollingsbee
    07968 406702
    Shepway Dist. Councillor: Phillip Martin
    07956 110887
    Shepway Dist. Councillor: Stuart Peall
    01233 670561
    Kent County Councillor: Miss Susan Carey
    01303 840215
    Parish Council Chairman: Kevin Lamb
    07581 524402
    Parish Council Vice Chairman: Emily Arnold-Newing
    07702 268475
    Parish Council Clerk: Claire Greenwood claireg.elhampc@gmail.com
    01303 840006
    Parish Council Member: Brian Swan
    01303 840820
    Parish Council Member: Clive Stanyon
    01303 840255
    Parish Council Member: Geoff Clements
    01303 862087
    Parish Council Member: Kevin Allen
    01303840711
    Parish Council Member: Kevin Scott
    07956 110887
    Parish Council Member: Stuart Peall
    01303 840566
    Abbot's Fireside
    01303 840242
    King's Arms
    01303 840890
    Rose & Crown
    01303 840344
    The Cosy Tea Rooms
    01303 840304
    Church Matters: Mary Morgan
    01303 840219
    Church: St Mary the Virgin vicar: Jane Weeks
    01303 862820
    Dog & Puppy Training
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    EHS: elhamhistorical@gmail.com
    01303 840485
    Elham Circle: Judith Ridley
    01303 840550
    Elham Gardening Society: Frances Horton
    01303 840041
    Elham Pre-School: elhampreschool@gmail.com
    01303 840325
    Elham Primary School: Dan File
    01303 840186
    Elham Valley Stores
    01303 840606
    EVH Chairman: Tony Rossi arossi5572@aol.com
    01303 840647
    EVHA: Pat Holmes
    01303 840336
    Ladies' Walking Group: Andrée Sladden
    01303 862180
    Lyminge Library
    01303 261500
    Methodist Church: Kevin Taylor
    01303 840485
    Sports Centre
    01303 840009
    Sports Club: John Holmes jph99@btinternet.com
    01303 840538
    St. Mary's Church Hall: Bridget Johnson
    01303 840544
    Sunday School
    01303 862467
    Village Hall: Maggie Tappenden talktomaggiemay@yahoo.co.uk
    01303 840295
    Newsletter Editor: Renee Bull elhamnewsletter@gmail.com
    01303 840007
    Newsletter Distribution: Pauline & Barry Flanagan