News and details for hiring the hall...
Where is Headcorn, what is special about it and a little history...
Introduction to Headcorn's Parish Council and link to their website
Find out about the News right now in and around Headcorn...
Find out more about the many clubs in and around Headcorn ...
Links to all the businesses in and around the village ...
What's going on at the Aerodrome & Museum...
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This site provides public information for residents, local businesses and our many welcome visitors. Do please give feedback on the content and ideas using the ‘Contact Headcorn’ tab.
Headcorn has a very wide variety of different activity clubs and we welcome news items and announcements including congratulations and celebrations.
In total the Parish, which includes the hamlet of Hawkenbury amongst others, covers some 13,000 square acres (20.5 sq. miles) with a population of approximately 5,000 – all lying within the Borough of Maidstone.
We have a wonderful village hall, school, library, Post Office, bank, four main churches, three parish playing fields, two pubs and a thriving High Street.
There are excellent transport links with a mainline train service to London and the south coast and the A274linking us to Maidstone and Tenterden with regular bus services.
Headcorn is conveniently situated near to Leeds Castle and Sissinghurst Castle, both internationally known visitor attractions, with other popular destinations nearby including Headcorn Aerodrome.
Welcome to the website for rural Headcorn, a historic village at the heart of the Low Weald of Kent. Created in May 2013, this website is regularly updated by a volunteer.
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This website is sponsored by Headcorn Parish Council for the benefit of the community however this site’s content will not necessarily reflect the views of the Parish Council. For the official Headcorn Parish Council website, please follow the link below (in Quick Links) or on the Parish Council page.
This village website has been designed, produced and is managed by village volunteer Jane Armstrong.
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