Covid 19 could still make others seriously ill

From Monday 19th July, England went into Step 4 of the roadmap out of corona virus restrictions. The Government has now lifted lockdown and all limits on social contact have been removed. Face masks are no longer compulsory but recommended in some settings. There are no longer any restrictions on large events. Click this link to read the official UK Government information.


If you have a few hours to spare each week, and are interested in doing somethng to help your local community, why not become a Community Safety Volunteer or Volunteer Support Warden.

These are volunteer positions supported by training from Kent County Council. You would be working with the Parish Council on issues of local concern.

Click this link to find out more about the roles.


The Council meets monthly (except in August and December) on the second Tuesday of the month. The venue and arrangements for the September meeting will be announced shortly subject to any health concerns at the time.


For regular updates, visit the blog page (or subscribe to receive notifications by email), You can also Like our facebook page or follow our Twitter feed. Email the Parish Council direct with any queries or come along to one of our meetings.

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