Cobham is situated on the northern slope of the North Downs within the Borough of Gravesham in the county of Kent. A rural parish totalling 1240 hectares, it comprises of the villages of Cobham and Sole Street. In the north-west of the parish are the hamlets of Ifield, with its ancient church of St Margaret, and Henhurst, which is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The parish population is 1328. Please see the latest news from the Parish Council below:
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You may be aware that there is a severe water leak in the village of Cobham, Southern Water have visited the area but the leak is being problematic. The water will be turned off in the village from about 11.30 pm tonight.
Make sure you fill up your kettles and keep aside some drinking water for the morning.