This winter, Kent County Council (KCC) is backing Kent Community Foundation’s Surviving Winter Campaign “Knock and Check” and asking residents in Kent to reignite the community spirit seen during the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic and do something small to help those most vulnerable during the cold winter months. Knock & Check is simple…
- Hydrogen bus trials in Sevenoaks
- Views sought on walking and bike plan for Paddock Wood’s Commercial Road
- “We can do this!” – Council Leaders urge Kent to stay strong in COVID lockdown extension
- Scheme to cut congestion outside school gates piloted in Swale
- Kent Leader is saddened to announce, “for the second time in a year, we have reached the limit of safe capacity for the care of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, and will take any action, including through the courts, to secure a fair and safe solution.”
- Sporting memories preserved as part of heritage and wellbeing project
- KCC joins forces with British Library to roll out small business support
- Thanks to the thousands getting tested!
- New £2.5 million bus interchange in Gravesend starts this month
- KCC warns that the unaccompanied child migrant crisis threatens to overwhelm Kent’s Children’s Services again.