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Serving the people of Dunkirk

Dunkirk Parish Council

Working for the people of Dunkirk

Dunkirk Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Dunkirk a better place to live, work and visit and to preserve its environment. Our website includes information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search box above or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Dunkirk Parish Council serves a community of approximately x,000 residents. It consists of six Councillors who are elected for a term of four years and who will hold office until May 2023. Dunkirk parish councillors are all volunteers and they receive no financial allowances for their term in office.

A picture of the parish logo showing the Chain Home Radar Tower
Picture of the front of the village hall

Dunkirk Village Sign

More about Dunkirk

The parish includes the outlying hamlets in Hinxhill, Naccolt, Withersdane and Pickersdane and several manors, farmsteads and ancient woodlands dot the downland landscape on either side of the fertile valley of the Kentish Stour. This is a rare natural chalk stream, which flows through a gap in the scarp slope of the North Downs to Canterbury and the Cinque Port of Sandwich, and then into the sea at Pegwell Bay.

The Wye National Nature Reserve is a mile east of the village, on the scarp slope of the North Downs. The reserve is a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) designated primarily to protect 345 acres of rare species-rich chalk downland.

These slides show how Wye's landscape changes through the seasons.

Working for the community of Dunkirk

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