Maidstone and the Weald stretches from Allington in the North to Cranbrook in the South. The Labour Party Currently has two borough Councillors for Fant Ward.  At our peak in the late 1990's early 2000's we had 18 Councillors and were the second largest group on Maidstone Council.

 

    We aim to increase the size of the Labour Group to ensure that we can represent the views of the Constituency and hold the balance of power or be the majority group on the Council.

 

    Maidstone and the Weald Constituency covers a number of Wards of Both Maidstone Borough Council and Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, which elect Councillors to the local authorities as follows:

 

Maidstone Borough Council:

Allington  - 3 Councillors

Bridge - 2 Councillors

Fant  - 3 Councillors, including LABOUR COUNCILLORS: PAUL HARPER and KEITH ADKINSON

Heath - 2 Councillors

North - 3 Councillors

East  - 3 Councillors

High Street - 3 Councillors

South - 3 Councillors

Loose - 1 Councillor

Barming - 1 Councillor

Coxheath and Hunton - 3 Councillors

Marden and Yalding - 3 Councillors

Staplehurst - 2 Councillors

Total: 32 Councillors, the other 23 Councillors represent the Faversham and Mid Kent Constituency Wards

 

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council:

Cranbrook and Benenden 3 Councillors

Frittenden and Sissinghurst- 1 Councillor

 

PARISH COUNCILS

Each Parish has an elected Parish Council

 

There are the following Parish Councils in the Maidstone Borough Council part of the Constituency:

Tovil

Barming

Teston

Nettlestead

Yalding

East Farleigh

West Farleigh

Coxheath

Linton

Hunton

Loose

Staplehurst

Marden

 

There are the following Parish Councils in the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council part of the Constituency:

Cranbrook

Beneden

Sissinghurst

Frittenden

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