Wednesday, June 29th, 2022



Otford charity Hospices of Hope recently launched their latest fundraising challenge – “ROW-mania” – to raise funds towards the salaries of nurses for the hard-hit Hospice Casa Sperantei, in Romania.

The Hospices of Hope's Tea Room at the rear of 11 High Street, Otford will be closed at least until November for a re-build.

Dame Vera Lynn is inviting the whole country to throw open their windows and doors at 9pm on Friday 8 May and sing We’ll Meet Again at the top of their voices.

The Patient Participation Group (PPG) has received a number of questions about support for people most at risk of becoming infected by coronavirus. This update offers information about this group and links to further advice.

After a 20-year long journey, Otford is on the brink of addressing the traffic challenges of the village.

After an unprecedented week and in order to continue to reduce the risk to vulnerable patients and staff this is the current situation at the Otford Medical Practice surgeries.

Otford's response to Coronavirus is a network of ‘Road Fiends’ has been set up. The initiative is being supported by the Parish Council and long-time resident, Rod Shelton, is co-ordinating the process.

In response to Coronavirus getting into the village community in the coming weeks, Otford is setting up a network of ‘Road Fiends’.

Otford & District Historical Society meets at 8pm on Wednesday March 18 in the Memorial Halls, doors open from 7.30pm with refreshments. ‘Stone on Stone - the men who built the Cathedrals’ is the talk by Imogen Corrigan.

Hospices of Hope, the Otford-based charity, is holding a Quiz, sponsored by Knocker and Foskett Solicitors, from 7pm on Saturday 7 March at the Memorial Hall.