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Kempsey Footpath Group

Help keep a Public Footpath clear and accessible. Next working party is meeting on Sunday 31st May 2015. For more details please see section heading on left of this page. 

PACT - Partners And Communities Together

The next PACT litter pick will be on Sunday 7th June at 2.00pm. Meet at Kempsey Community Centre carpark.

Next PACT meeting is on Tuesday 16th June 2015 at 7.00pm for 7.30pm at Kempsey Community Centre.

Kempsey Parish Council Logo

Many people will now have seen our recently adopted logo appearing on documents and signs. It was chosen as it portrays many features associated with Kempsey. These being:-

  • the green curves above depict the Malvern Hills that can be seen clearly from Kempsey, and the District Council that we come under.
  • the blue curves below are of course the River Severn that our village sits adjacent to.
  • the buildings represent The Nash, the Oast Houses at Baynhall, St.Mary's Church, and the long gone windmill, but which is still remembered having had Windmill Lane named after it.

We hope you like and approve of it.

Volunteer Wanted for Citizens Advice Bureau

Community Liaison Volunteer:

South Worcestershire Citizens Advice Bureau are looking for someone in the Kempsey area to help broaden their network of volunteers linking villages to CAB advice services. If you would like to help then please contact Paula Kingston on: 01684 567146. Mob: 07972 599457.


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Kempsey round and about...

The Parish of Kempsey covers an area of 1307 hectares (3223 acres) - 5 square miles

There are 1352 households and 3180 people living in the parish

Included in the parish are the settlements of Kerswell Green, Broomhall Cottages, Green Street, Stonehall Common, Clerkenleap, Baynhall and Napleton.

People have lived and worked in Kempsey for more than 3000 years

Kempsey Footpath Group

Looking after local public footpaths.
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