About Pembury Parish Council

Pembury Parish Council was created in 1895. It is the closest tier of local government to the people of Pembury. There are 13 councillors who represent the electors of the parish.

Normally the Council meets once a month in the Parish Office in Lower Green Recreation Ground at 7:15pm. We discuss various matters relating to Pembury. These meetings are open to the press and public to attend and there is an opportunity for members of the public to address the Council. You are very welcome to attend so why not come along and see what we do.

During the Coronavirus crisis, legislation has been changed to allow us to meet virtually.   We are meeting regularly with our normal meeting schedule.  Please check the Council Meeting page for details of those meetings.  

We hope you find this website useful.

Pembury News

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