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POLITE REMINDER to Motorists.  If you park across dropped kerbs you are preventing the disabled and their mobility scooters, prams and buggies from moving smoothly from the pavement to the road.  Dropped kerbs are located at points where people cross frequently.  Please do not block them.

Please also do not obstruct the footpath from Monypenny where it meets the layby in front of the church gates and please do not park on the pavements or grass verges anywhere in our beautiful village.


Village Defibrillators

Residents are reminded that there are three fully automated defibrillators in Rolvenden.
One is located next to the entrance of the Village Hall one is located next to the Bull Inn, and the other is on the outside wall of the Ewe & Lamb in the Layne.

Should you ever find yourself in the vicinity of an incident where a defibrillator is being deployed please remember to respect the dignity and privacy of the patient involved.

Also the defibrillator gives spoken instructions to the operator and noise from onlookers can be distracting.

Thank You.