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Welcome to the Bethersden Parish Council website

Bethersden Parish Council uses this website to keep parishioners and other interested parties informed of the work of the council. The menus above also provide information and links to local facilities and services, clubs and socieities and more general information about Bethersden. We will also share information we consider of interest to local residents and visitors, from Ashford District Council, Kent County Council and other sources.

This site has a been designed to be accessible to as many people as possible, in line with government legistation. Please see our Accessibility Statement for further details.

Text and room plan of the Committee Room at Bethersden Village Hall
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Scams - What you Need to Know

How to avoid Scams Advice from Kent Police

Volunteers Needed!

We need people like you to give a few moments of your spare time by helping people get to essential medical (GP, dentist, hospital) and social appointments.
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Cartoon image of a tent and camping equipment and a campfire. A notice gives details of the meeting times of 1st Bethersden scouts group
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Help Save Bethersden's Bells

The wooden frame which supports St Margaret's historic church bells is in danger of collapse. Can you help us save the bells?

Has the Pandemic left you Struggling Financially?

Get help by reading this comprehensive guide to claiming Universal Credit

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll

1926 -2022

Bethersden Parish Council join the citizens of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Commonwealth and millions of people around the world in expressing deep sadness at the death of our much loved monarch.

A Book of Condolence is available for parishioners to sign in St Margaret’s Church. Online condolences can be sent from this official site