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Boxley Parish Council

Boxley Parish Council serves the communities of Boxley, Sandling, Boarley, Forstal, Weavering, Grove Green and the southern parts of Lordswood and Walderslade.

Boxley Parish is the largest parish in the borough of Maidstone with around 10,000 residents.

Please contact us if you have any questions about the work of the Parish Council or concerns that the Council should be aware of. We are here to help and support you. For help or to report any vandalism, please contact Boxley Parish Council on 01634 861237 or email

The Parish Council has developed this website in order to provide information about the areas it covers, community life and the work of the Parish Council. We hope that this community website resource becomes a well-used and trusted source of information and encourages everyone to become involved in a wide range of activities.

We welcome your comments if you have any suggestions for additional information, or photographs of the Parish which you have taken and would like to see displayed on the website, please let us know by contacting the Parish Clerk, Daniela Baylis by

17 May 2021

Parish Council Meeting

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17 May 2021

Environment Meeting

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The Parish Council has set up a community alert system whereby it notifies residents by email, any news that may affect them and the parish. This could range from planning developments to road closures and crime reports. If you wish to be included please subscribe below.

Latest Parish News

Borough in Bloom Competition


April 2021
Borough in Bloom

Maidstone Borough Council


Ref: EW/049/2021

Date: 22 April 2021

Take part and make Maidstone Borough Bloom

For the first time ever Maidstone Borough Council is launching a Maidstone Borough in Bloom competition and is inviting anyone who enjoys creating beautiful gardens or pots to enter.

Working with Coolings Garden Centre in Bearsted, the competition opened on Thursday 22 April and will be open for entries until Monday 5 July.Judging will take place during the last two weeks of July and the Awards Ceremony will be held in September.

There are three categories, residential, commercial and community and any household entering will be given a £5 voucher to spend at Coolings.

A trophy will be awarded for the winner and runner up in each category. All winners in each category will also receive aprize of £25.00 Coolings gift voucher as well as two adult annual tickets for Leeds Castle.

Andrew Williams, Parks and Open Spaces Manager at Maidstone Borough Council said: “We are thrilled to be working with Coolings Garden Centre on this new competition and look forward to seeing all the wonderful gardens and flower display entries. We hope this also encourages businesses to show off their premises, particularly as many will be opening for the first time since being locked down.

“It would be great if in the future, it might be possible for Maidstone to progress to enter the South In Bloom competition which would help tie in the use of public space and community activity all year round.

“We are also working with Kent Wildlife Trust to help give advice on creating pollinator, wildlife friendly gardens as we know people may be interested in how to make their gardens more biodiverse. Our partners at Leeds Castle are very kindly providing prizes, which are very much appreciated, and their specialist gardening consultant will be giving gardening tips in a monthly blog, so look out for that.”

Coolings Head Judge Neil Jackson said: “I look forward to appreciating the beautiful gardens and environmental contribution made by the residents and businesses of Maidstone Borough. Every garden, pot, trough and community project makes the world a better place to live in and it’s important this work is recognised properly.”

The Maidstone Borough in Bloom categories are:

Residential Categories

  • Best Front Garden
  • Best Back Garden
  • Best Planted pot trough or hanging basket
  • Best vegetable garden or allotment
  • Best pollinators garden

Commercial Categories

  • Best Commercial garden
  • Best Commercial Planted pot trough or hanging basket

Community Categories

  • Best Community Environmentally Garden
  • Best Community Ornamental Garden

To enter please complete a Coolings Garden Centre entry form through the Maidstone Borough Council website here:


Notes to Editors:

Find Leeds Castle Gardening blog here:

If you would like further details, please contact the Maidstone Borough Council Communications Team or call: 01622 602560

Tiny Talk Mid Kent - Opening Details


March 2021
Tiny Talk re-opening details

Dear Residents

Please see details of Tiny Talks re-opening times.

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