Woodville Parish Council

Welcome to Woodville

A village in Kent that you won’t find on any map.
Witch-Free Since 1973

More Witches of Woodville books signed by Simon & Schuster…

More Witches of Woodville books signed by Simon & Schuster…

Here’s a bit of good news from the folk at Bookbrunch (I’ve popped the full text below if you don’t have a subscription)… Bethan Jones, senior commissioning editor at Simon & Schuster, has signed two further novels in Mark Stay’s Witches of Woodville series,...

Witches of Woodville survey chocolate winners

The Witches of Woodville readers’ survey for 2022 has now closed.  A huge thanks to everyone who completed the survey. Using a random number generator, I’ve picked the five winners of the bars of Ghost of Ivy Barn chocolate, and they are:   Laura...
EVERYDAY KINDNESS is out now!

EVERYDAY KINDNESS is out now!

The Everyday Kindness anthology is out today. Collated by the amazing LJ Ross, this features over 50 stories to brighten your day. I was delighted to be asked by Louise to contribute, and my story TWO CHICKENS FOR LAURA LONG ARMS is a Witches of Woodville tale where...
The Miss Charlotte Quartet is Complete

The Miss Charlotte Quartet is Complete

With the publication of THE MEMORY THIEF, the MISS CHARLOTTE QUARTET is now complete. A series of four short stories featuring the witch Charlotte Southill from my Witches of Woodville novels. Sign up to the Woodville Village Library newsletter and grab your FREE...
Another FREE short story for you…

Another FREE short story for you…

Part two of The Miss Charlotte Quartet — The Last Night of the Witchfinder General — is now available completely free to anyone who subscribes to the Woodville Village Newsletter. Sign up and grab your copy here… https://witchesofwoodville.com/#library​...
A New Logo for the Village of Woodville

A New Logo for the Village of Woodville

The parish council of Woodville Village is delighted to unveil the new village logo: Village Head Librarian, Miss Araminta Cranberry, stated, “This is a vast improvement on the previous village sign, which many said looked like a squirrel nailed to a cross. This...