A drop in session will take place in Hextable Village Hall on:
Hextable is a village and civil parish in the Sevenoaks District of Kent, England. It lies north of Swanley and south of Dartford.
Services are at 10.30am and 6.30pm every Sunday apart from joint or special services listed on the Events page and in the "Window" Church Magazine.
Following our consultation with residents in February 2016, we have drafted a '20 Year Master Vision' to help regenerate Swanley town centre and the wider area, while at the same time retaining the independent identities of both Swanley and Hextable.
Two new housing developments of detached four- and five-bedroom houses have been built in the 1990s and 2000s, which has helped further improve the local housing stock.
Notably, there are no pubs within the village, due to restrictions placed by former landowners in the late 19th century, although there are pubs to be found on its woodland outskirts.
Featuring 4 professional dance studios, music room, conference room, dressing rooms, performance space and auditorium and the bonus of the only licensed bar in Hextable.
According to the census in 2001, Hextable has one of the highest percentage number of households with two or more cars in the country.
We offer extensive extra-curricular activities in music, arts and sport, providing opportunities for children to compete and perform in local and County tournaments. We also have strong links with our local community.
Following a three-year village campaign and the support of Sevenoaks District Council, the government agreed in December 2007 that Hextable could have its own parish council separate from Swanley Town Council. The new council came into being on 1 April 2008 and the first elections took place on 1 May. All of the Hextable Independent candidates won a seat on the Parish Council.
Come along in person to our drop in sessions to view the Master Vision where our staff will be on hand to assist you.
You will be able to find out about events that are happening in and around Hextable as well as news which affects the residents.
The Howard Venue is located in the heart of Hextable Village (formerly known as South East Dance Studios) and is available for hire for:
Residents told us they wanted new affordable and family homes and retirement properties, improved health facilities, better public transport and initiatives to cut road congestion. They also asked for a better range of shops and restaurants while retaining leisure facilities and open spaces.
Conference room with boardroom table and chairs and projection screen.
Oasis Academy Hextable closed on 31st August 2016.
Hexley Rangers F.C. is an FA Charter Standard (Hextable/Swanley) community-based junior football club that plays at Downsview Primary School.
Hextable Methodist is part of the North Kent Methodist Circuit (http://www.nkmethodists.org.uk/)
We exist to challenge and enable people to enter into a relationship with Jesus Christ, to experience God's love and power, and to serve Him as committed members in the Church and faithful witnesses in the world.
Hextable is located inside the M25 and is also near to the M20, the A20 and the A2.
We would also like to hear from the next generation, so please encourage any young people in your family to take part, which they can do online.
Hextable Primary is a happy, exciting and successful Primary school. Our dedicated and enthusiastic team of staff are committed to encouraging all our pupils to achieve to the best of their ability within a safe, secure and creative environment. We maintain high expectations and our vision and values underpin everything we do.
Drop in events in Swanley will take place at 38/39 Swanley Centre (next to Wilko) on the following days:
Next Councillors Surgery: Saturday 17th Sept. 2016, 11:00am in the Village Hall Community Room.
Media related to Hextable at Wikimedia Commons
A consultation is taking place from Wednesday 7 September to Wednesday 2 November. You can complete our online questionnaire or a paper questionnaire that will also be delivered to every household in Swanley and Hextable towards the end of September. If you haven't completed the survey online or at one of the drop in sessions, do please complete and return the survey using our stamped address envelope.
Examination certificates for academic year 2015/2016 will be delivered by registered post to former students by Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey staff. If you have any queries please contact the Examinations Officer at Oasis Academy Isle of Sheppey on Hextable@oasisisleofsheppey.org
We offer community classes ranging from music, dance, fitness, and more. Click here to view our events calendar.
We would like to thank everyone for the huge support we have received so far, as well as Hextable Parish Council, Kent County Council and Sevenoaks District Council for their support and efforts in keeping the venue open to the public.
The origin of the village name goes back to Saxon times.
Hextable is served by Arriva Kent bus route 477 with services to Bluewater via Dartford and to Orpington via Swanley. The nearest rail link to the village is Swanley station.
The disorderly growth of the village explains the rather jumbled architecture that dominates the village. Hextable House, which was the only house in the village for much of its life, was bombed in the Second World War and wantonly torn down.
A report on the facts regarding the Village Hall may be found on the news page
We work hard to create an engaging curriculum which recognises that some children learn better outside of the classroom. We encourage children to be independent and inquisitive learners, facing new and exciting challenges.
Multiple dressing rooms and changing facilities.
4 full size dance studios with Harlequin dance floors
Drop in events at the White Oak Leisure Centre will take place on these days:
The village has 4,747 residents with 1,800 homes. It is the fifth-largest parish out of 30 in the district and in the top 10% of villages in the country for size.
The Mission of Hextable Methodist Church is:
We are also publishing the minutes of various committees and also providing general information concerning the parish.