Halling Parish Council logopanorama of Halling from across the River Medway

  Next PC Meeting - Tuesday 11th November, 7.30pm Jubilee Hall

 
photograph of North Hallingphoto of a wintery Halling scene, courtesy Matt Wallace

 Views of (l) fields from Upper Halling; (r) wintry Halling scene

Calendar


Latest Updates

National Fire Brigades Union strike

Draft October Minutes

List of Parish Councillors
Roadworks details

RS201 Footpath - Consultation


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Please email any public events for the Calendar to hallingclerk@btconnect.com

Welcome
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.
Search on Facebook for "Old Pictures of Halling" page or the "Valley of Visions" page.

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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