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This is the official web site of the Well Hill Residents' Association (WHRA).

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2017-07-31   Super Fast Broadband
Well Hill Mission Church 7pm for 7:30pm George Chandler (BT) and Roger Gough KCC) will be there to give an update on the broadband situation and to answer any questions.

For more information see https://www.facebook.com/groups/252313664926159/

2017-07-15   Free Saturday Refuse Collection
Kent Hounds car park (by the Well Hill recycling area) from 11:15pm to 12:00pm. Get rid of those large rubbish items, when the dust-cart comes to Well Hill, without having to travel to the amenity dump. PLEASE NOTE that only normal household rubbish can be disposed of. Other items such as builders' rubble cannot use this service. The dates are easy to remember - they are the third Saturday every three months (Jan, Apr, Jul ,Oct)

For more information see http://www.whra.org.uk/saturday_refuse_collection.htm

2017-07-08   Chelsfield Village Fair
Gates open at noon. Music until 6:30pm. The Fair this year is on Saturday 8th July 2016 - gates open at 12 noon and it takes place on Chelsfield Cricket Green BR6 7RN. Adults £3.50 and children under-14 FREE. Includes free programme. Expect Flying Displays, Birds of Prey, Croydon Steel Orchestra, Beer Tent, Hog Roast, Miniature Railway, Fun Fair and more than 70 stalls. It is raising funds for local good causes.

For more information see http://chelsfieldfair.com/

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