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Parish Council

 

 

CLERK - Annette Beach
86 Running Foxes Lane
Ashford 
Kent
TN25 5LR
Telephone: 0790 565 8117
Email: [email protected]

COUNCILLORS                 

S McINTYRE (Chairman)                               

B HEDLEY (Vice Chairman)                           

B ZAJACZKOWSKI                          

T COOMBES                    

R STONE                           

Next meeting 7pm Wednesday 11th January Village hall

 

 

MY COMMUNITY ALERT

 

This is the latest messaging service set-up in conjunction with the police and Neighbourhood Watch giving advice and notifying people of crimes, but not for reporting incidents. Sign up at https://www.mycommunityvoicekent.co.uk

 

FLY TIPPING

An ever increasing menace. The quiet areas in and around Kenardington have become favourite for dumping unwanted rubbish. Using a mobile phone you can report fly tipped waste.It is also possible to report fly tipped waste to Ashford Borough Council via the Your Ashford app obtainable via their website https://www.ashford.gov.uk/report. A newer and more effective app is available from https://www.clearwaste.com. It doesn t matter how many people report a pile of dumped waste, so please don t just pass it by. http://www.clearwaste.com

 

Annual Parish Meeting

The Parish Council unanimously agreed that this years KALC community Award should go to Jonathan Saunders for his outstanding support to the community. The Award was presented to Jonathan by Parish Council Chairman, Steve McIntyre, at the Annual Parish Meeting in on April 19th. The Parish Council were delighted to welcome Kent County Councillor Mike Hill and Borough Councillor Mick Burgess to the meeting also. Both gave very interesting reports on issues affecting the County.

 

                           

Kenardington Parish Council
Steve McIntyre presents the Community Award to Jonathan Saunders Steve McIntyre presents the Community Award to Jonathan Saunders