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Lower Halstow Parish Council would like to welcome you to their website.

Evidence suggest that Lower Halstow was inhabited in the Roman times and possibly dating back to the Iron Age due to its natural resources of flints, clay and water.

Lower Halstow Church, St. Margaret, is dedicated to St. Margaret of Antioch – patron saint of women in childbirth and dates back to the 9th century.

Creek brickfields

Beautiful views surround the village. This sunset from Lower Halstow creek is enjoyed by local people that are keen on water based leisure. There is an active yacht club near to the church in the South East corner of the creek.

The village has one remaining public house known as the Three Tuns. The building itself was said to be built in 1468 and was issued an ale licence in 1764 as The Three Tuns.

Lower Halstow Parish Council meet in the Memorial Hall, School Lane at 7.00pm on the first Tuesday of the month with the exception of August, when there is no meeting.  The public are welcome to attend.