Whitfield is an ancient village and civil parish in the county of Kent, some four miles north of Dover. The original village, Church Whitfield, has a 10th Century Saxon Church which was restored and enlarged in 1894. The modern village grew up alongside what was to become the A2 trunk road. The population in 2005 was 4,600 people. The village has many shops and amenities and is close to the White Cliffs Business Park.
Many people from the local community serve on our board of governors or help with the Parents and Friends Association.
It is part of Dover District Council and is also represented by Whitfield Parish Council.