The Hook and Hatchet Public House.

The Hook and Hatchet Public House at Hucking on the North Downs next to the Hucking Woodland Trust Estate. It is a gastropub and can be reached by turning left at the top of Hollingbourne Hill and then left again by St Margaret’s Church in Hucking. Alternatively the Hook and Hatchet can be reached by […]

The William Cobbett Society

William Cobbett, a late eighteenth and early nineteenth century write, publisher, and politician visited Hollingbourne on 5th September 1823 and published a description of the village in his “Rural Rides” as follows”This is what the people of Kent call the Garden of Eden”. He founded Hansard, the State Trials series of law reports, and the […]

The Financial Conduct Authority.

The Financial Conduct Authority lists authorised financial advisers and providers of credit. It also publishes the names of firms and individuals who may be responsible for financial scams and who should be avoided. Visit Site

University of the Third Age.

The Bearsted and District branch of the University of the Third Age. The branch covers Hollingbourne and has over 200 members with over thirty interest groups. New members are welcome. Visit Site

Parkrun in Maidstone.

A weekly run at 9am on Saturday mornings from Lock Lane in Sandling. Part of the Parkrun organisation providing fitness through running. Visit Site

Leeds in Kent on the other side of the A20.

Leeds is the village on the other side of the A20. Many local organisations draw their support from both villages including the Royal British Legion, the Garden Society, and the Anglican Church Benefice of Leeds and Hollingbourne with Broomfield and Hucking. Visit Site