“Wheels 2 Work Kent is a charitable project run by East Surrey Rural Transport Partnership, supported by Kent County Council. Our aim is to assist people, living in rural communities like yours, into work or educational placements by offering the use of mopeds or bicycles, on loan, at very affordable rates. This is where ’Wheels to […]
Have Your Say on the future of libraries, registrations and archives in Kent, complete the Kent County Council Libraries Survey. https://consultations.kent.gov.uk/consult.ti/LRAStrategy Survey Closes 29th January 2019.
Want to get involved? If you can spare an hour or two each month come and get involved, training given. Contact parishclerk@Ivychurch.org.uk for details.
A defibrillator has been installed in the former BT phonebox, located in Ivychurch church car park, adjacent to The Bell pub. Defibrillator equipment that can help save the lives of heart attack victims. A high-visibility yellow, vandal-resistant, heated steel cabinet keeps it secure and fully charged. Access to the defibrillator is by 999 call, the […]
The official opening of the new playground equipment takes place on the recreation ground at 2:15 on Saturday 2nd December. The equipment was part-funded by Ivychurch Parish Council; Little Cheyney Wind Farm (via Kent Community Funding); Magnox; Cllrs Carole Waters (KCC), Len Laws (SDC) & Clive Goddard (SDC); Individual donations plus village fund-raising by […]
Ivychurch Community Speedwatch Scheme is now up and running. The equipment was jointly funded by Ivychurch Parish Council and Kent County Council. For more information on the scheme, which is part of the national Community Speedwatch initiative, visit www.communityspeedwatch.co.uk If you’d like to get involved then please contact us or you can register online at www.communityspeedwatch.co.uk//WIZ-FRONT-GetInvolved-exist-4.php […]
A new Delicatessen / Boulangerie now open in Brenzett at the former Fleur de Lis pub. It also has seating for coffee, cakes and lunches.
For 2016, Parish Council meetings will be held on the third Thursday of the month. Matters for inclusion in the Agenda must be raised 7 days before the meeting. Meetings start at 19:30 in the village hall, all welcome to attend.
The consultation on the Places and Policies Local Plan: Preferred Options will begin on Friday 7 October and last for 6 weeks. Shepway District Council are asking local people to share their views on sites identified as suitable for new homes and businesses, and the policies that will shape what they are like, over the […]