Saturday, March 28th, 2020



The Memorial Hall in Weald is closed and locked for the forseeable future. It will not be used by any individual or group or for any event.

WEald CAREs is a community initiative to provide practical help and companionship in Weald village to those who are housebound and in need.

Weald residents and other regulars who frequent The Windmill Pub can meet new landlords Andrew Roberts and Tracey Howes this weekend.

Weald correspondent Susan Gidman celebrates the news that the village's last remaining pub has been saved from closure

If you have other events you would like added to the Weald Calendar now and throughout the year make sure you let Weald Village Correspondent Susan Gidman know by using the contact details at the bottom of this column.

Is someone missing a Christmas present? An Air Ninja drone with a camera has been found in a Weald Garden and the hunt is on to discover who it belongs to.

For just £1 you can enter a prize draw to win a box of goodies which will come in very useful over the festive period.

Weald village is applying to Sevenoaks District Council to have The Windmill pub by The Green listed as an Asset of Community Value after taking advice from Dr Simon Scott from CAMRA (the Campaign for Real Ale).

Several weeks ago, Ian Walker and Karen Elsom held a meeting to update villagers about the health and the future direction of Weald’s Community Shop.

There has been a whirlwind of rumour about the Windmill Pub in Weald over the past few weeks.

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