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People should not be visiting beaches like Minster leas, Shingle bank or Leysdown, or country parks like Oare, Milton Creek, Perry Wood or Barton’s Point this weekend. We will be working with Kent Police over the long weekend to make sure people are complying with government instructions to not travel unless essential, by checking on […]

Citizens Advice Swale has received a £20,000 grant from Swale Borough Council to help support their free advice service to the residents of Swale. Citizens Advice Swale is an independent local charity that provides free and impartial advice about debt, housing, unemployment, immigration and family matters. The charity has helped more than 60,000 people since […]

People with no-one to help them get food or essential items while they are self-isolating can get support from Swale Borough Council. The council has set up a community support line to help people who don’t have friends or family around to help whilst they keep themselves, or others, safe from coronavirus. The support line […]

We’re incredibly grateful for people’s understanding of the cancellation of our garden waste service last week. This helped our contractors focus on making sure that general waste, recycling and food waste bins are being collected. Following the pause in garden waste collections, we are now looking to reinstate the brown bin service from Tuesday 7 […]

A remarkable team effort by mhs homes staff looks set to provide daily meals to scores of vulnerable people across Medway during the coronavirus crisis. The charity has committed tens of thousands of pounds to funding Age UK Medway ‘meals on wheels’ deliveries to some of its older vulnerable tenants without any other support network. […]

Kent residents are being reminded to avoid unnecessary travel to coastal areas and other popular open spaces this weekend as efforts continue to curb the spread of Covid-19. With the weather set to be glorious, members of the Kent Resilience Forum including the five coastal authorities Canterbury City Council, Dover District Council, Folkestone and Hythe […]

People are being asked to give their opinion on the proposed changes to Swale Borough Council’s Street Trading Policy. The policy outlines how the council licenses street trading around the borough, including whether to approve or refuse new street trading applications and how to manage existing licence holders. The proposed changes include a requirement for […]

Council spokesperson said: “We are extremely grateful for the kind words we’ve had about our waste collection crews. They really appreciate them, and the thank you cards and messages left on bins, as they work hard to maintain the service. “Unfortunately, due to reduced staff levels, we have taken the decision to suspend garden waste […]

The Mayor of Swale, Councillor Ken Ingleton, will attend or be represented by the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Roger Clark, at the following: Friday March 13: OOB Civic:   3.30pm for 4pm to 5pm     Official Launch of Wheels of Time 2020 The Official Launch of Wheels of Time 2020 will take place at ‘Grand Mag’, Fort Amhurst, […]

Our very own Les was invited to the above event on Thursday 20th February at Rosemary House in Sheerness (he may look 27 but he’s much older – trust me!). It was an evening where the organisations clients meet up and sing some favorite songs. On this occasion they were mainly 60’s songs including, Return […]


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