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23 September 2016

Information event on possible council merger

Local residents and businesses are invited to a public information evening on Thursday 6 October to find out more about the possible merger of five district councils in east Kent

22 September 2016

Legion d'Honneur for local veteran

A local veteran has been presented with the Legion d’Honneur, the highest decoration in France, in recognition of his services to ensure the country’s liberation.

12 September 2016

Flytipping removed near former pub

Flytipping on publicly owned land by the former Share and Coulter pub in Chestfield has been cleared by the city council.

07 September 2016

Legal notices see travellers move on

Swift action by the city council saw a group of travellers moved on from two locations in the district since Friday 2 September.

02 September 2016

New service helps Armed Forces personnel

Military charity volunteers have gone on ‘front line’ duty with Canterbury City Council staff to help former services personnel and their families in dire straits to sort out their lives.

12 August 2016

It's time to register to vote

Household Enquiry Forms for voter registration are now being delivered to every property in the district.

12 August 2016

Teddies at the ready

A teddy bears’ picnic and an afternoon of family entertainment are on offer at Tower House and the Westgate Gardens on Friday 19 August.

01 August 2016

Vehicle ban to improve pedestrian safety

Vehicles will be banned from entering three streets in Herne Bay on weekday afternoons from Monday 8 August as part of a year-long trial scheme to tackle concerns about pedestrian safety.

25 July 2016

LGA to investigate housing law change

The Local Government Association (LGA) is to investigate how changes in the law could prevent councils from moving their homeless families to other areas, following lobbying from the city council on the issue.

25 July 2016

Afternoon appointments at Herne Bay office

Improvements are being introduced to the city council’s customer services centre at the William Street office in Herne Bay as it moves to an appointments-only system in the afternoons from Monday 1 August.

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