);

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.   A limited number of meetings will be held to ensure Council business continues.  Please check the Council Meeting page for details of those meetings.  

We hope you find this website useful.

Pembury News

Pembury Hub – support to those in need during the Coronavirus Crisis

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council wishes very much to encourage delivery of support to the vulnerable in each area of their jurisdiction during this time of isolation due to the Coronavirus. Consequently, after an online meeting between Charles Mackonochie, Chairman of Tunbridge Wells KALC, working with Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, Pembury Parish Council Chair, Katy Brooks, […]

Tunbridge Wells Discretionary Grant Scheme now open

The new Tunbridge Wells Discretionary Grant Scheme has launched and is now open for applications at the following link: www.tunbridgewells.gov.uk/discretionarygrants Businesses should read the associated guidance carefully (at the same link), in order to assess their eligibility for the scheme. The deadline for applications is 7 June 2020. If there are any enquiries about the […]

Tennis Courts in Lower Green Recreation Ground to re-open

Following the recent government announcement, Pembury Parish Council will re-open the tennis courts in Lower Green Recreation Ground for personal use only with effect from Wednesday 13 May 2020. Users of the tennis courts are asked to comply with current guidance on using the courts.  Full details of the guidance can be found on the […]

Read All Posts