Kent Carers Matter campaign launches

A new county-wide campaign to raise the profile of Carers and increase access to services has recently launched and we need your help to promote it to the public. 1 in 9 adults (151,000 people) in Kent are Carers, looking after a family member, partner, friend or neighbour who due to physical or mental illness, disability, […]

Heart of Kent Hospice Spring Superdraw 2018

Heart of Kent Hospice Spring Superdraw 2018 How would  you like the opportunity to win a top prize of £2000 in our Spring Superdraw.  In addition to the top prize there is a second prize of £500, a third prize of £100 and 20 prizes of £20 each. The draw will take place on 16th […]

Would you like to volunteer with your local community?

There are a number of ways you can help out in your local community. First and foremost, you could ask to be co-opted onto your local parish council. The council currently comprises eight councillors, rather than the thirteen it should have.  The role of a councillor can be both challenging and rewarding. If you are interested […]

Loose Parish Pavilion & King George V Playing Field available for hire

The Loose Parish Pavilion is a great venue for children’s parties, family gatherings, meetings and for community groups and local activities, It currently has a number of local clubs and societies that regularly use the venue (including of course the Loose Parish Council).  However, there is room to accommodate more bookings, during the week and […]

Loose Neighbours – A Free Good Neighbour Service

Loose Neighbours is a voluntary organisation that seeks to act as a “good neighbour” to those in need of help or friendship in the Parish of Loose.  Their services are free of charge. If you would like transport to local medical and other appointments, or need help in emergencies, with shopping for instance, call them […]

Reporting Crimes & Incidents to the Police online

N.B. If a crime or incident is in progress, please dial 999. The public can now report crimes and incidents as well as non-injury road traffic collisions ONLINE directly to the police through their website (www.kent.police.uk). Once a report is made online, the user will receive a unique reference number and a return email confirming […]