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St. Mary Hoo Parish Council

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Contact the Parish Clerk: Mrs Roxana Brammer 01474 871269  Email: Click Here
Monday to Friday, 0930-1630 except for emergency

Saint Mary Hoo is a small, pretty hamlet north of Rochester on the Hoo Peninsula in Kent lying between the Rivers Thames and Medway. It is mostly agricultural land with 238^ residents, 192 electors and 94 properties in 914.35^ Hectares. (^= data from 2011 Census.)  For more information about the area, read the Wikipedia entry or the 1798 Edward Hasted Survey of Kent for St. Mary Hoo parish.
 

 
>>> Next Parish Council Meeting ~ 28th March 2017 at 6.15pm
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>>> in Parish Room, Frindsbury Extra Memorial Hall, <<< 
>>> Holly Road, Wainscott, Kent ME2 4LG
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The St Mary Hoo Annual Assembly/Parish Meeting
will be held at 7.30pm on Tuesday 30th May 2017 in High Halstow Memorial Hall.
Members of the public are invited to attend.
This will be followed immediately by the Parish Council Meeting.
 

photograph of the Thames marshes around St Mary Hoo, courtesy Chris Bullphotograph of the Thames marshes around St Mary Hoo, courtesy Chris Bull
The Thames marshes within St Mary Hoo Parish with ramblers enjoying the footpaths
 

Our Parish Council exists to represent its residents. We seek to enhance quality of life in the hamlet by preserving that which is historically important while developing that which could improve the services we receive. Medway Council is the unitary authority for our area.  The monthly Village Voices Community Magazine - covers events and other news for the St Mary Hoo area.

photograph of St Mary Hoo sign              photograph of Pond and Conservation Area


Last updates: March 2017 PC Agenda ~ Draft PC Minutes, January 2017 ~  

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