Welcome to Newenden
Newenden is the smallest village in Kent, and also the first village in Kent, as you travel across the 18th-century bridge over River Rother. It rests on memories of grander days, when its port, market and sixteen inns were an important part of the regional economy. Today it is just a small, friendly village, but the tradition of enterprise remains strong.
The village lies entirely within the High Weald AONB and the central, oldest part of the village is a conservation area in its own right. Around us we have some of the most beautiful rural landscape in the South-East, so why not come and visit? Explore the village through our website, and then in person - you are always very welcome to Newenden!
26 April - Day of Action
Please join us for the twice-annual day of tidying up the village. We will join forces with the Cricket Club and meet up by the Village Hall at 10am on Saturday 26th to fix up some fences, reinstate the playground after the winter floods, and generally spruce up the village for the summer season.
27 April - Cricket for youngsters
Newenden Cricket Club welcomes kids of all ages to the sports field for an introduction to cricket. Join them on Sunday 27th at the place where a game of cricket was first recorded in history...
Two working cocker spaniels went missing in the Newenden area at 5pm on Sunday 13th April. Olive is 9 years old and blue/roan and Peanut is black and white and 6 years old. Both are microchipped. If you have any information, please contact Cinque Ports Vets, Hawkhurst 01580 752187 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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