Welcome to St Margaret’s At Cliffe Parish Council
St Margaret’s at Cliffe is a small village, located near to Dover in the east of Kent.
If you are looking for something specific use our Search bar (to the right) – Good examples for key words are “broadband, report, problem, fly tipping, warden, pot hole, development, traffic, vegetation, footpath”
Stop press – June’s monthly meeting is on Monday 21st June meeting in the hall – Full virtual meetings are no longer considered legal. Public are welcome but we would prefer if you could join in remotely – via GOOGLE MEETs details click here
We were setting up a community group to try and get FTTP (faster broadband > 100MBps) in the village) – click here for details and how to register. Unfortunately at a less than 1% uptake, twe are unable to progress unless there is a significant increase in interest. We would welcome a champion from the village to drive it forward and canvass more interest, with our support of course.
We have added 8 village walks – click here and expand or download a safe day out. Have you tried all our circular routes? We need to keep beating the bounds and hopefully soon we can arrange a village footpath walk event again (with scones and coffee) If you think we are missing a path, let us know, we have a few years yet to update the definitive map – but it is a long process.
For information on how the village is coping and helping each other during Covid-19 and for copies of all the village newsletters please Click here
The Parish Council is now full. If you are interested in joining at a future time please click here
VE-Day Celebrations – St Margaret’s celebrate in Lock-down – May 8th 2020 – To view the booklet, view the pictures and view reports Click here
The village is made up of four areas, the old village St Margaret’s at Cliffe, grouped around a 12th century village church, the residential area of Nelson Park, St Margaret’s Bay and Westcliffe. Click Here for Google Map.