Dymchurch Parish Council
The Parish of Dymchurch comprises of the village of Dymchurch and its adjacent rural areas. A civil parish in the Shepway district of Kent.The village is located on the coast of Romney Marsh five miles south-west of Hythe. [see Parish Boundary Map]
The Parish covers nearly four miles of coastline, most of it a award winning sandy beach which attracts thousands of holidaymakers in the summer.
It is steeped in, with it once being the headquarters for law and order on the Marsh and its name derives from Deme, mediaeval English for judge or arbiter. Childrens amusements and rides, accessed via the seawall and High Street, together with eating establishments and essential shops are waiting to help you enjoy your visit in the village.
The Parish Council Dymchurch VIllage Business Directory
Parish Council Meetings Dymchurch Beach
Dates and Minutes of Meetings Beachcam
Parish Accounts History of Dymchurch
Beach Advisory Group Dymchurch Wall
Working Groups Martello Towers
Code of Conduct for Members Smuggling
Contacting The Parish Council St Peter & St Paul Church
The current (October 2017) Parish Council is:
Parish Council Offices in Orgarswick Road
KCC Cllr Martin Whybrow represents Dymchurch at Kent County Council.
In accordance with the Localism Act 2011, this parish council adopted the new Code of Conduct on 6 August 2012. You can read the code here. You can view individual council members Register of Interests here.
The full Parish Council meets once a month on Monday evenings at 7.00pm in the Parish Council Offices in the council offices at 13 Orgarswick Avenue. There is a public session at the beginning of each meeting.
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Aerial View of Dymchurch High Street and Beach