Welcome to the website for Hoo Parish Council and the villages of Hoo and Chattenden.
Hoo Parish Council is a coastal civil parish on the Hoo Peninsula, located near the historic city of Rochester in Kent. We represent and serve the communities and villages of Hoo and Chattenden. The Hoo Peninsula is flanked by the River Thames to the North and the River Medway to the South and is home to internationally and nationally protected wildlife sites including, most famously, Lodge Hill SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest), known for its Nightingale population. Hoo and Chattenden are neighboured by High Halstow to the North, Stoke to the East, Upnor to the South and Wainscott to the West. We are a rural community with strong connections to farming, equestrian, ornithology and fishing.
Our website is regularly updated so please keep visiting.
Hoo Parish Council
Parish Clerk: Mrs Sherrie Babington
Address: 4 Birkhall Close, Walderslade, Chatham, Kent, ME5 7QD
Telephone: 01634 868855
*Please contact Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm and allow 5 working days to respond.