Reporting Crimes & Incidents to the Police online

N.B. If a crime or incident is in progress, please dial 999. Did you know that 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 […]

Future of Fete hangs in balance

Future of Fete hangs in balance Despite the success of this year’s event, the Loose Fete’s survival is dependent on people coming forward to help in its planning. Although, the Fete is run under the banner of the LPC, with support from councillors and clerks, and is held on the King George V playing field, […]

National Cyber Security Centre Annual Review 2018

PLEASE CIRCULATE THIS MESSAGE When forwarding please respect the integrity of CSSC messages and do not alter the content or formatting of the authoritative message.  This week the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has published its Annual Review 2018, reporting on how the NCSC has been delivering on its mission to make the UK the safest […]

Kent Nature Partnership – Autumn Newsletter

Newsletter Autumn 2018 In this edition we celebrate the range of work being carried out across the natural environment in Kent and Medway, through our Heritage Lottery Projects, but first some exciting news relating to the 25 Year Environment Plan… 2019 Year of Green Action Details of this Defra led campaign have recently been announced. […]

Don’t put off the flu vaccination – it’s free because you need it

Don’t put off the flu vaccination – it’s free because you need it Flu vaccination is part of the Stay Well This Winter campaign, a joint initiative from NHS England and Public Health England, supported by Kent County Council, to help the public ward off common winter illnesses. Flu is a highly infectious disease and […]

Safeguarding Adults Awareness Week – ‘See it Report it, Stop it’

Safeguarding Adults Awareness Week – ‘See it Report it, Stop it’           It’s everyone’s responsibility to prevent adult abuse and this Safeguarding Adults Awareness Week (Oct 8-12), residents of Kent and Medway are urged to ‘See It, Report It, Stop It’. During the 8th to the 12th of October, the Kent […]

1000 Rainbows and Brownies take over Leeds Castle

OVER 1000 RAINBOWS, BROWNIES AND THEIR LEADERS MEET HENRY VIII AT LEEDS CASTLE On Saturday 22nd September, just over 1000 Rainbows, Brownies and their leaders from Girlguiding Kent Weald, spent the day at Leeds Castle completing activities in order to gain a specially created badge. For many, the highlight of the day was meeting King […]

Do you know this house in Kent?

Please find below a request from the Kent Film Office Dear All, I wonder if you could help us with a tricky bit of research? We were given information that the movie Stolen Hours (1963)  starring Susan Hayward, was partly filmed in Kent. The house features in various sequences, but can best bee seen in […]