Welcome to Chestfield Parish Council web site
Please use the Links below to take you through the site to several micro sites. Additionally the left hand menu has separate site pages - Hover your mouse on the site page heading and then select the one of interest to you from the drop down menu.
This website has been created by the parish council and is being continually updated with local news and articles of interest. Any comments about the website or suggestions for possible inclusion should be directed to the Parish Clerk. Should anything or any organisation have been omitted from the new website we apologise in advance, should you come across any errors or links that do not work properly please let the Parish Clerk know by email. We will endeavour to put things right without too much delay.
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CHESTFIELD ROTARY CLUB VALENTINE BALL - The Chestfield Rotary Club are to donate the proceeds of their Valentine Ball in February to Food Bank Canterbury that support Whitstable, Herne Bay, Canterbury and surrounding villages. Details here
ROTARY CLUB of CHESTIELD CHARITY FOOD & CLOTHING COLLECTIONS - a big thank you to the residents of Chestfield who once again supported us with donations of Food and Clothing for those less fortunate than ourselves and in need of a little extra help over the Christmas period. We again managed to enlist Father Christmas to help us with the collections and he was very pleased to see so many young people coming out to support us, as well as have their pictures taken with him on his sleigh sat on his two reindeer (the rest were having a rest before the big night). See a photo here
The food will be donated to local individuals and families in need and the clothing has gone to Porchlight in Canterbury to assist the homeless at this time of year by providing new, additional clothes to those most in need and without homes at Christmas. Some residents donated money and this has been used to purchase tea, coffee, sugar, milk etc to provide hot drinks for those visiting the Porchlight Centre in Canterbury over Christmas. Once again on behalf of our President John Bishop and all our Club members thank you for your support.
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