The Village Association has no responsibility for any of the following links which are provided only as a guide to people seeking more information about New Ash Green and the surrounding area.
Some Residents’ Societies have their own websites which are linked from the Residents’ Societies pages.
Citizens Advice holds sessions in New Ash Green every Thursday in the Youth & Community
Centre from 9.30 am – 12.00 midday.
For telephone advice, please ring 0300 330 9001, Mondays to Fridays, between 10.00 am and
3.00 pm – you will hear a 90 second welcome message, after which you will either be
connected to speak to a telephone assessor if available, or placed in a queue, or given an
option to leave a message. Calls are charged at a local rate.
Milestone School – for children with severe and complex learning difficulties.
New Ash Green Children’s Centre – information, advice and services for families with children aged 0 – 11.
New Ash Green Social Committee – a voluntary group who organise the annual Village Day and Fireworks Display as well as a children’s Craft Day in December. More volunteers are always welcome!
New Ash Green Woodlands Group – a group of volunteers who work with the VA to maintain and improve the orchard and woods in New Ash Green. Regular walks and work parties are organised and they are open to everyone. More information.
The Pavilion – a sports and social resource for the whole village.
History & Geography
Ash next Ridley Historical Information – Website by Ted Connell
Span Kent – information about Span and its involvement in New Ash Green.
Hartley and District – information and news about Hartley, New Ash Green and Longfield.
South East Water: Report a Leak (Click the Menu box, then click ‘Report an issue’ and then ‘Report a Leak’). Alternatively you can ring the ‘Leakline’ on 0333 000 3330
Help and Advice
Kent Consumer Advice – This will show you where to obtain advice on a wide range of problems, whether financial, trading standards or crime.
West Kent Debt Advice – One-to-one guidance and support for people experiencing financial difficulty.
Local News & Information
Town and Country Post – a monthly community magazine with a What’s On listing.
Southeastern Trains – click on Your Journey, then Timetables to download the local booklet (Book 2) or to create a personalised timetable between two stations.
Community Transport Services for older people or people with mobility needs:
Rural Age Concern Darent Valley – a door-to-door service to use in getting to and from Day Centres, Clubs and for Shopping Trips, etc. This transport is provided at a low, subsidised cost for registered clients.
Kent Karrier Dial-a-Ride – operates throughout North West Kent. There is a £5 a year membership fee to use the service.