Welcome to the community website for Eastling Village
The parish and small village of Eastling are set in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the slope of the North Downs 4½ miles to the south-west of Faversham. With the support of Eastling Parish Council, this website provides information on the area, its history and local services, plus social networking and media sections.
latest events In the Eastling area in real-time via our events page.
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2016 BLUEBELL WALK
Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May Starting from Eastling Village Hall from 10am: last registration 2pm
This year there will be a 1 hour short walk, a 2 hour medium walk with an extension to give a 4 hour long walk. £3.50 per adult, £1.50 per child ( £8 per family of 2 adults + 2 children) Maps and guide notes included. More information from 01795 890368
PAINTERS FORSTAL with SELLING WOMEN’S INSTITUTE
(due to the closure and sale of The Champion Hall, Painters Forstal we have re-located to Eastling Village Hall from March 2016)
Eastling Short Mat Bowls
On 21st January we played our return match in the East Kent League against A.R.C.A. at Canterbury, we can now see why they are top of the 1st division for we failed to come home with any points. On 27th January, in the Swale league, we played away to Tunstall and came home with just 4 points, leaving them with 10. Then it was back into the East Kent League on 29th January, when we played away at Swalecliffe losing on both mats - no points, but on 2nd February Swalecliffe came to Eastling and we won 4 points to 2 points. At home again, this time to Whitstable on 9th February, all the team played well and we had the full six points, sadly a different story on 15th when we went to them, they won both games by the narrowest of margins, so back up the Thanet way with no points. In between these games on 12th February we played at home to Borden the team’s game was excellent, and we won 10 points to 4. Four days later saw another win at home when Newington visited and, praises to the team, all playing a very good standard, we gained 10 points, sent them home with only 4. This result has taken us off the bottom of the Swale 1st division table. New members are always welcome - come and give it a try on Fridays 2.30 - 4.30pm then 7.30 - 9.30pm in Eastling Village Hall. Roy Piles, 01795 537162.
BELMONT HOUSE & GARDENS EVENTS
EASTER EGG HUNT Sunday 27th March, 12.00pm – 3.00pm Bring the family along to Belmont this Easter and enjoy an afternoon of fun, games and activities. Take a walk through our beautiful gardens to search for Easter eggs. Hand Crafted Events will be running an Easter themed workshop and the tearoom will be open from 12pm for homemade cakes and cream teas. £5.00 per child, £1.00 per adult (all materials included).
Belmont House is open for guided tours on Sunday 27th March, ﬁrst tour 2.15pm.
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