High Halstow Community Site

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Local Amenities

Doctor’s Surgery

The Elms Medical Practice has a branch surgery in the Village Hall at High Halstow. The Doctor is available there on three days a week, whenever possible. (We do sometimes have to cancel them if we have no doctor available). Monday 2pm.-3pm.; Thursday 9am.-10am; Friday 9am.-10am. If you wish to see the doctor […] Read more

Medway Council Mobile Library Service

Mobile libraries carry a wide range of material including: Fiction Non Fiction Books for children of all ages Large Print Books Story Tapes Videos Merchandise You can ask the mobile library staff to try to obtain items not immediately available on the vehicle. They can also help with your general enquiries. A small charge will […] Read more

Postal Boxes

We have 4 Post Boxes in the village. These are situated as follows: 1 Opposite the junction of The Street and Forge Lane (which is in the wall) 2 Junction of The Street and Longfield Avenue 3 Outside the Post Office in Christmas Lane 4 Top of Sharnal […] Read more

Primary School

We are located on the Hoo Peninsula, near Rochester in the Medway Towns.  We aim to make school a positive experience to be fondly remembered later in life. Click here for more information


Medway Council are making changes to the way your garden waste is processed so that you can recycle more. From Friday 8th October 2010. If you have a brown wheelie bin, we will be able to collect food (either cooked or uncooked) as well as garden waste from all properties (with a brown […] Read more

Relief In Need

This charity exists to assist those in the village who are in need, especially widows and widowers. The trustees wish to remind the people of the parish that they will give consideration to any request for a particular need at any time during the year. All requests […] Read more

St Margaret’s Church

The Parish of High Halstow with All Hallows and St Mary Hoo is a combination of three ancient parishes each dating back almost a thousand years. Read more at www.triunity.org.uk

The Villager

To see how the Community Travel Scheme works or how to become a driver please click here


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