Stone-cum-Ebony Parish Council

Serving Stone-in-Oxney and Ebony, Kent

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Stone-cum-Ebony Flower Show and Fete

The annual Flower Show and Fete returns on Saturday 20th July 2024, at Stone Recreation Ground. All the usual stalls and displays, we look forward to seeing you there!

Stone cum Ebony Superstars!

Stone cum Ebony Parish Council, on behalf of everyone, would like to say a massive Thank You to Josh and Sebastian who have been out picking up litter from around the village. What a great job you have done.

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Stone Rocks!

Join us in the life of Stone Rocks – starting in Stone and following the journey of each rock.

Started in the USA as the Kindness Rocks Project, it has now spread worldwide. Hand painted stones are left in places for other people to find to let people know that there is someone there – to create connection within a community and lift the spirits. Stones can also be decorated in memory of someone, or with flowers, stars, moons, fairies, creatures or a quote – whatever your imagination comes up with. (Remember to keep it family friendly!) We’d like to start this in our community, so have set up the Facebook page, ‘Stone Rocks’.

Please don’t take stones from the beach, maybe you have some in your garden, or you can buy them from a garden centre. Draw or paint your design on one side, and put the Facebook address on the other – ‘FB Stone Rocks’. Seal the stone with varnish spray and then leave it hidden somewhere in the playing field or village for someone to find (please don’t leave any stones in the way of the mower, or on paths or private property).

Wait to see if someone finds your stone, or go out and hunt for others that have been hidden – these can be logged on the Facebook page, when you’ve found one you can leave it there for others to find, or re-hidden somewhere else further afield – lets see how far our stones can get!!

We had a fabulous time on Wednesday 5th June at the playing field, getting started painting and decorating stones to hide. 

email: richardandsusan@btinternet.com for further information.

New website for Stone Parish Council

We’ve got a new website!

Contact Rosie Parrock, details in the ‘Your Councillors’ section, if there is anything you would like to be considered to be added to the website.