Womens Institute – meets 7.30pm every second Monday in the month at Brookland Village Hall.
St Eanswith C of E Parish Church – Parish priest is Rev. Keith Fazzani, 01233 758 322. All Brenzett Church Enquiries to Rosemary Scotcher, 01797 344521.
Short Mat Bowls – Derek Reed, 01233 626127
Table Tennis – The club meets every 3rd Tuesday monthly from 7.30pm to 10pm in the Village Hall. Contact Jan Salt, 01797 344 364.
Little and Loud Music Group – for free sessions of music, movement and nursery rhymes. Every Friday 9.15 to 11.15am in Brenzett School Hall (term-time only).
Brenzett Local History Group – Interested? then contact firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 07950 404 751.
Brenzett Village Information
Brenzett Village Hall – Bookings and information: Mrs Lynn Bartelt 01797 344 209.
The Marsh Harrier – Parish and local area magazine: Moira Marchant, editor 01797 344 571.
Mobile Post Office – Every Tuesday 11am to 12.30pm in the Village Hall. USE IT or LOSE IT!!
Kent Mobile Library Service – Stops 11.20am -11.40am in King Street, Brenzett on Wednesday’s on a two weekly timetable. Contact the Librarian on 07740 183 768.
Kent Police and your neighbourhood police officer
Police Contact Points in Kent are held each day from Wednesday through to Sunday, mainly in rural locations, on a rolling two-week schedule. Police vans stop at a prominent location for one and a half hours per visit, enabling residents to drop by and speak to a neighbourhood officer about any policing concerns or issues they may have. The new Contact Points are in addition to the existing surgeries, meetings and online question and answer sessions local officers hold each month.
For times and locations of the Police Contact Points, and to find out about other ways of contacting Kent Police in your area, please visit the Kent Police website (www.kent.police.uk) and follow the links from the home page.
You can also folllow on Twitter: @kent_police
PCSO John Gorham serves our village. If you are concerned about any activities which maybe of interest to the Police, please telephone 101 (for non-emergency calls).