Life Saving – Defibrillator and CPR Awareness

Pluckley has 2 defibrillators. The Parish Council has therefore arranged an informal training session in how to use one, and how to perform CPR. The session will be delivered by a professional instructor from Kent Police donating his time for free.
The session will be very much ‘hands-on’ with the chance to practice resuscitation on dummies.
We need to have an idea of numbers, so please respond if you’d like to attend.
More information nearer the date.

Don’t forget that we have a professional trainer coming along to give you a basic awareness of how to use a defibrillator, and how to give emergency CPR.
Please respond if you can attend so the we can estimate numbers.

Parish Council Meeting

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Pluckley Bash

Please see post here

Full details here

Pluckley Parish Assembly

Tuesday 9th May 7pm – Pluckley Village Hall

Want to know what’s going on in YOUR village?

Come along to the Annual Parish Assembly and:

  • Meet your Parish Councillors and Borough Councillor
  • Hear what’s happened in 2016, and what’s planned for 2017
  • Find out more about village organisations, clubs and societies

……And enjoy a glass of wine or a soft drink


Pluckley Brickworks

The formal application for the Pluckley Brickworks development will be considered at the PC meeting, Tuesday 4th April at 7.30 PM in the Village hall. Diagrams of the development will be available to view.

Full details are also available on the Ashford planning website here:

Pluckley Tennis Club Open Afternoon

Pluckley Tennis Club is now looking forward to hosting it’s very first Open Afternoon on Sunday 2nd April .from 2:00pm to 5:00pm. We will be joined by a professional coach and there will be a special children’s session from 3-4pm.

This is open to all levels, Balls and rackets will be provided (children must be accompanied by an adult).

Ask about membership on the day or email us for details at

Village Spring Cleanup

The annual Village Spring Cleanup will take place on Saturday 25th March. We meet at the Recreation Ground Car Park at 10am. Volunteers will be allocated a small area of roadside to clean up. Rubbish bags will be provided. Bring your own gloves and high visibility jackets if possible – we have some to lend plus a few grabber sticks. Rubbish bags are left at the roadside for later collection in a trailer.
To make this event more fun, the Parish Council & the PWC will be serving tea/coffee and cakes in the Pavilion once you return. Come and have a chat with your neighbours and fellow rubbish pickers. Hope to see you there.



Friday mornings


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Thursday evenings


Christmas Fair

November 25th

Christmas Fair

From 10.30am

Santa arrives at noon

For further information regarding village hall bookings please contact