Littlebourne Parish Council

We welcome you to Littlebourne Parish Councils website. This website seeks to inform residents and others about ongoing activities events in Littlebourne and also serves as a database and reference resource for information on our village.

Littlebourne Photos

Thank you to Tilly Spong, Simon Wolliscroft, Mark Chandler and Gillian Henley who have provided some fantastic village photos for this site. Please join us on Facebook for up to date news and to submit your views of the village too.


Book of Condolence

Following the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh we know that many of you will be wanting to pay tribute to him and offer condolences to Her Majesty The Queen at this sad time.

Our priority remains to keep everyone safe and, due to the current public health guidelines and lockdown restrictions around COVID-19, we will not be providing books of condolences at our buildings. We would like to encourage you to leave your tributes to The Duke of Edinburgh by signing the book of condolence on the website of The Royal Household.



If you are unable to access the online book of condolence you are welcome to send your tribute in writing to the following address;

Tribute to HRH The Duke of  Edinburgh, The Civic Office, Sessions House, County Road, Maidstone ME14 1XQ

The Royal Household has requested that members of the public do not leave floral tributes or gather in public places to offer their respects. The Palace has suggested that people could donate to charity instead, if they wish to do so.”




 Parish Poll of villagers wishes over a large scale development off The Hill

LPC carried out a poll of the village residents to see how the village would want Littlebourne Parish Council to proceed, the deadline for comments was 31st December 2020. The overriding opinion of those residents that have responded is that they would like to object to the developers proposal and if necessary would support the use of village money for expert advice.

Coronavirus (Covid 19)

Sources of help during this time


Helping Neighours in Littlebourne

The Emergency Planning Team of the Parish Council are organising a volunteer scheme in the village to assist the elderly and vulnerable through these extraordinary circumstances.

Can You Help?

Can you spare time to shop for a neighbour or telephone them regularly to check on them? No matter how you can help – please call and we can put you in touch with a neighbour you can help

Do You Need Help?

Are you an elderly or vulnerable person in the village? We hope to have volunteers to help you, but we need to know who you are.

Please call and let us know what assistance you may need – whether that is shopping, collecting medicines or even an occasional telephone call for example, and hopefully we might be able to help.

Who to call

Leave a message on the Council Offices answer-machine with your name, address and contact number and whether you want to volunteer (and details of the time you can spare) or whether you need assistance.

Parish Council Office - 01227 721500 (please leave a message)

or call Cllr Mick Giles, Co-ordinator of LPC Emergency Plan on 01227 728228

Cllr Ken Shaw on 01227 721560, Cllr Cate Reid on 01227 721831


Canterbury City Council - assisting Vulnerable people

The City Council's scheme to assist those needing help. Do you need extra help at the moment? This could be with:

  • food shopping
  • collecting regular prescriptions
  • or a friendly phone call to keep in touch with the outside world

You can also contact our helpline on 01227 868 598. Lines are open seven days a week between 9am and 5pm.

We're working through requests for help as quickly as possible. It will take us a minimum of 24 hours to get back to you.


Kent Together

The Kent Together is a single convenient point of contact for anyone in Kent, operated by Kent County Council who is in urgent need of help during the coronavirus outbreak.   

03000 41 92 92 

Don’t hesitate to contact them, whatever your problem, whether or not you  think it urgent or not. They will always be happy help as they can, or signpost people to other sources of help. 


Other useful information

Septemeber & October meetings

Our LPC September meeting was held remotely via Zoom. The October meeting will be held in this way also and we will then review the up coming meetings depending upon Government advice.


July meeting held remotely

Our July LPC meeting was also held on Zoom. There is no meeting in August and the September one is also to be held remotely.

June meeting to be held remotely

The June LPC meeting will go ahead on Wednesday 3rd June but it will be held remotely via Zoom. To join this meeting please contact the Clerk that week for a meeting link.

May Meeting cancelled

It has now been agreed that our Statutory Annual May meeting will be cancelled, the 2020 Regulations have removed the requirement for us to hold this meeting. The current Chairman Peter Farrow and Vice Chairman Mick Giles will both remain in place until an Annual Meeting is held.

April LPC meeting Cancelled

Following Government advice we have cancelled our April meeting which was due to take place on 1st April. We will assess each meeting on a month by month basis going forward.


APM Postponed

In view of concerns over coronavirus infection risks and likely very low attendance, the Littlebourne Parish Council has postponed the Annual Parish Meeting which was scheduled for Wednesday 18th March.  It will be rescheduled to a time later this year and as soon as the situation reasonably allows.   If residents have questions or requests of Littlebourne Parish Council, which will continue its function as close to normal as possible during this epidemic, please contact the Clerk (01227 721500) or any of the individual parish councillors.  

 Peter Farrow, Chairman Littlebourne Parish Council


Contacting us during this period

During this period the Parish Office will not be open as usual (it will be some days). The Clerk will be partially working from home and will be covering the office when necessary. Please email or leave a message on the answerphone 01227 721500 (messages will be checked very couple of days)


Cllrs can be contacted as usual via telephone and email as per contact details on Council page.


Canterbury Lifeline scheme

A lifeline alarm, which can be fashionably worn on your wrist or as a pendant is a service provided in East Kent by Canterbury City Council's CCTV control room, 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. Having a lifeline alarm would help you or a family member feel safe and independent in the home.


To book your free demonstration or to make an enquiry please call 01227 862540 or visit 

Lifeline Canterbury
Lifeline Advert.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [332.0 KB]

Dog Fouling

Dog Fouling seems to be on the increase in the village. Most dog owners are responsible and clean up after their dogs however there seems to be small minority that just leave it on the pavements and the Recreation ground. This then ends up on shoes and pushchair wheels and is very unpleaesant, never mind a health hazard.


 It is very hard to catch people not clearing up after their dog, but if you do see someone you can report them through the City Councils website.

The List Development

The current Layout PLan and indicative landscaping plan can been seen by clicking on the below documents.

The List landscape layout plan
Landscape layout plan Oct 2018.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.6 MB]
The List layout plan
The List layout Plan Oct 2018.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [2.1 MB]

Littlebourne News

New Bus Shelters

Dec 18, 2018

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The List track

Dec 14, 2018

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Layout and Landscaping Plans for The List development

Oct 9, 2018

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Closure of footpath across from Evenhill to The List track

Oct 9, 2018

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Fencing of The List Site

Sep 26, 2018

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Village Meeting Monday 9th July

Jun 25, 2018

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Guest Speaker for APM postponed

Mar 20, 2018

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Littlebourne Parish Council Annual Parish Meeting

Mar 12, 2018

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New developer for The List

Feb 28, 2018

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Young People survey

Jan 19, 2018

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New Doctors surgery taking shape

Oct 27, 2017

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Sep 4, 2017

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Littlebourne War Memorial Hall - Raising Funds

Aug 10, 2017

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Littlebourne School Newsletter

Jun 29, 2017

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Well done Jean Smith

Jun 5, 2017

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The Bin on The List

May 31, 2017
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Neighbourhood Watch

May 24, 2017

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