Hollingbourne Primary Schools annual Senior’s Tea Party will on Monday, 9th December 2019 at 2 pm. All are welcome!
JAN-U-FIT Get fit this January , choose your sport, your distance and do it your way. Run , walk, row, swim or cycle your way to a fitter you this January ! Pick your distance and sport and raise funds for Heart of Kent Hospice. For further information and sign up for FREE here or […]
The Dirty Habit Claret Trophy has been reclaimed from the Templeuve Town Hall and brought it back to Hollingbourne for display in the Dirty Habit PH. In 2013 the Parish Council twinned with Hollingbourne and there were a number of successful events including an annual golf match for a trophy that was donated by Martial […]
Please see below for the update on the M20 Smart Motorway Project for next week, week commencing 2nd December 2019. 2nd- 8th December – There will be a full overnight (8pm-6am) closure of the M26 coastbound junction 2a to the M20, and the M20 London bound and coastbound between junctions 2 and 4. Saturday 7th […]
Following the sad resignation of John Cobbett as Parish councillor recently applications are now being considered to fill the position. Candidates should apply in writing to the Proper Officer, Maidstone Borough Council. For more information on the role interested parties can also call the Electoral Services Helpline 01622 602007, who can give any interested candidates […]
A number of local thefts and sightings of suspicious vehicles have been reported in the Hollingbourne area. Two men were seen acting suspiciously at Eyhorne Street meadows in a small red Mazda/Toyota type and a white van. Then last night multiple burglaries were reported, with stolen items including quads, lawnmowers, tools and insulation material. Please […]
Please see below for the update on the M20 Smart Motorway Project for next week, week commencing 25 November 2019. 25th November – 1st December – There will be a full overnight (8pm-6am) closure of the M0 London bound between junctions 6 and 4. There will also be a full overnight closure of the M20 […]
Please find attached and copied below the December newsletter from our MBC Councillor Patrik Garten Finally, the responses to the “call for sites” have been published – and caused a lot of alarm. I will therefore start this month’s newsletter by putting this in context: The government imposes a housing target on local authorities. In […]
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is looking to fill vacancies on two scrutiny panels which the Police and Crime Commissioner is involved in administering. Both roles are ideally suited to people with professional experience who are able and willing to attend occasional meetings. The vacancies are: Joint Audit Committee Member – closing […]
Please find below the latest e-newsletter from the Office of Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Matthew Scott. This edition brings your attention to the recent successful PCC’s Blue Light Jobs Fairamongst other matters. Remember you can also keep up-to-date with the work of Mr Scott and his office by visiting their website, www.kent-pcc.gov.uk.