Stay Safe Online

Kent Police are continuing to help protect the public and businesses against online crime.  They have been and will continue to post messages across their social media channels around protecting the public and businesses online. You can keep up-to-date by finding Kent Police on Facebook, search ‘Kent Police’, follow them on Twitter: @kent_police or follow […]

Love Parks Week Friday 14th July – Sunday 23rd July 2017

Love Parks Week, run by Keep Britain Tidy, is on from Friday 14 July through to Sunday 23 July. It’s really easy to get involved.  There are many amazing parks throughout the country, often run by the local council. They provide a space for people to enjoy and help to protect them for future generations. […]

Summer Hydration Campaign

Maidstone home care provider launches ‘Summer Hydration’ campaign Following this week’s record-breaking heat wave, Maidstone-based home care provider Bluebird Care Maidstone has launched its ‘Summer Hydration’ campaign to protect vulnerable people from the harmful effects of heat and sun exposure. As part of the campaign, older people, their families, friends and neigbours across Maidstone are […]

Medway Valley Countryside Partnership School Programme for 2017

Dear Colleague, We believe that by inspiring the next generation to protect, explore and enjoy the natural environment, we can build a sustainable future for generations to come. Over the past few months our team at Medway Valley Countryside Partnership have been working to refine our school engagement offer, to ensure we provide a high […]

A Plea from Your Local Scout Group

Loose Swiss Scout Group provides Scouting activities to both boys and girls aged between 6 and 14. The Group owns a large amount of land in the Loose valley from Atkins Hill to Salt Pond. This land is used primarily for Scouting activities, but is also used by a local fishing club and for grazing […]

Annual Parish Meeting 2017

Thank you to everyone who attended the Annual Parish meeting on Wednesday April 26.  There was a diverse range of speakers and a wide range of subjects were covered, from neighbourhood plans to voluntary groups, double yellow lines and inconsiderate parking, to quiet lanes.  One of the areas of most concern, was the matter of […]