Halling Parish Council logopanorama of Halling from across the River Medway

On Friday 2nd February 2018 the Clerk to Halling Parish Council submitted her resignation and left on sick leave. This means that in the interim the Council Office is not manned and will remain closed until further notice.
The Council is working to resolve this situation as quickly as possible but in the interim should you have any queries please contact your Council Member. Details of individual Members can be found on the Councillors page of this site.
The Council apologises for any inconvenience this situation may cause and hopes to have a solution in the very near future.

Next Ordinary Parish Council Meeting
Monday 9th April, 7.30pm in the Jubilee Hall
Members of the Public are welcome to attend.

photograph of North Hallingphotograph of Ferry Road viewed from Wouldham
 Views of (l) fields from Upper Halling; (r) Ferry Road viewed from Wouldham


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Halling is a large village on the Kentish North Downs, England and is within the Medway Council area. Consisting of three Wards (Lower Halling, Upper Halling and North Halling), it extends over about 3 miles or so along the River Medway valley. The hills and countryside on the western flank of Halling Parish form part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

photograph of Upper Halling viewphotograph of Statue by artist Brendan Cullen at Halling's Bishop's Palace represents a double-ended barge used by Medway fisherman.
Above, left - Upper Halling countryside
right - Statue by artist Brendan Cullen at Halling's Bishop's Palace
representing a double-ended barge used by Medway fisherman.

photograph of a Spring time view from North Halling across the Medway River to Nashenden Valley, photo courtesy K Wightman photograph of the new Medway Bridge site, photo courtesy K Wightman Spring 2014

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