Roy’s Wood Lectern

Roy’s Wood is being established in the upper lefthand corner of Brooks Field – the field by the Loose stream, which is owned and maintained by the Loose Parish Council. Over the past few years, a couple of tree planting ceremonies have taken place. A lectern describing the trees in the wood is currently on […]

Reporting Potholes

Following the recent bad weather, KCC Highways Contact Centre received more than 2,000 highway calls over just 7 days and nearly 1,000 winter enquiries were logged on its fault reporting tool. The help and support received from Parishes, District and Borough Councils and the contracts with local farmers was superb. The road network has not […]

Sunset Cruise on Kentish Lady – Sunday 24 June 2018 – in aid of Kent MS Therapy Centre

Sunset Cruise on the Kentish Lady in aid of the Kent MS Therapy Centre After last year’s success with our first Riverboat Cruise, we are delighted to announce we are holding a second cruise in aid of the Kent MS Therapy Centre on Sunday 24th June 2018. This cruise will be a Sunset Cruise on […]

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 seven 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 […]