Welcome to Wouldham                


The Parish of Wouldham

 

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Jellybeans

Jellybeans was established in 1996 as a very small village preschool.

Now we are a well established Registered Charity preschool, which is run by a commitee made up of parents.

Jellybeans is Government funded and Ofsted Registered. Our latest Ofsted report found Jellybeans as ‘good’.

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Church

Wouldham Church serves the parishes of Burham and Wouldham. This Church of England building is part of the diocese of Rochester and situated in the historical village of Wouldham.

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Watermans Arms

 A traditional Victorian pub in the Medway village of Wouldham, The Waterman’s Arms is a place of community spirit and great food and drink.

The bar is stocked with a great selection of ales, lagers, wines and spirits, while a menu of fresh home-cooked meals features all the traditional pub classics.

This is a friendly spot, popular with local families and walkers exploring the Pilgrim’s Way – with two log burners providing a warm welcome in winter. 

And when the sun shines, a beer garden complete with barbecue, large play area and bouncy castle sets the scene for a super summer of family fun. 

Regular entertainment also includes live music and karaoke, a popular pub quiz, cash bingo and live football on BT Sport.

 

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Ruby`s At the Medway Inn

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Wouldham Stores

 

WPC other website

In order to stop the wonderful history contained in Wouldhamvillage.com from being lost forever Wouldham Parish Council have taken on the responsibility for this website .

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Rural Kent Coffee And Cake

Pop-up cafe next in Wouldham on T.B.A  September  2018 in the Car Park

Wouldham Recreation Ground Knowle Road 

10.30 till 12.30

All Welcome

 

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Community walks