Phase three 17th May 2021 – Hands, Face ,Space, Fresh Air

What you can and can’t do 

Follow national guidance – we urge all residents and businesses to follow national guidance. We know it is challenging, to follow the restrictions, the gradual easing of restrictions will allow us ease back to a more normal lifestyle.

Thank you – Thank you to all the NHS staff, Social Care workers and volunteers doing an amazing job in our area in such difficult circumstances.  

Vaccine Roll out – Please be patient and do not contact the GP surgeries. As the vaccine programme is rolled out the vaccination hub, in this case The Ridge Primary Care Network, will contact you.

They phone patients to make an appointment, if for some reason the call is missed, they write to you and you can book on the NHS website or use a free phone number. 

The good news is that they are making good progress with appointments.

Testing – Symptom-free testing is free nationally

Get the reassurance that you’re not the superspreader.

We will update the website as we know more.


The following Parish Council facilities are open subject to following appropriate guidance

  • KGV sports pavilion
  • Heartenoak Recreation Ground
  • Heartenoak Playground
  • KGV playing fields
  • KGV Multi Use Games Area
  • KGV playground
  • Public Toilet at KGV
  • Ockley and Hensil Allotments
  • Hawkhurst Cemetery

COVID-19 in the area – as of Monday 19th July 2021

Note England as a whole has increased to 239,820 cases in last 7 days with a rate per 100,000 people of 426.1, up on last weeks figures.

AreaCases in last 7 daysRate per 100,000 people compared to previous week  
Tunbridge Wells Borough297250.2Increased 
Hawkhurst, Benenden & Sandhurst16178.3Decreased 
Cranbrook, Sissinghurst & Frittenden21273.5Increased 
Goudhurst, Horsmonden & Lamberhurst11126.0Decreased 
Robertsbridge, Hurst Green and Flimwell 20211.6Increased 

Cover face – wear a face covering in enclosed spaces

Wash hands-keep washing your hands regularly

Make space – stay at least 2 metres apart –

or 1 metre with a face covering or other precautions



Latest Government FAQ – What you can and can’t do

General NHS C 19 advice