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21 February 2017

Temporary car park in Station Road West

A temporary pay and display public car park in Station Road West has opened today (Tuesday 21 February).

10 February 2017

Event Umbrella to run Oyster Festival

Canterbury City Council is pleased to announce it has selected The Event Umbrella to organise this year’s Whitstable Oyster Festival.

09 February 2017

Developer funding for Crab and Winkle Line

Canterbury City Council has agreed to allocate £150,000 of developer funding to a scheme to provide a walking and cycling path on part of the line of the former Crab and Winkle railway in Whitstable.

08 February 2017

Could you run Reculver Visitor Centre?

An exciting opportunity to run Reculver Visitor Centre is being advertised by the city council.

08 February 2017

Guilty plea following care home death

KCRH Limited, the former operators of the Laleham Residential Home in Herne Bay, yesterday (Tuesday 7 February) pleaded guilty to two charges under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 following the death of an employee at the premises in 2013.

30 January 2017

Have your say on parking changes

Proposals for new sets of single and double yellow lines, pavement parking bans and other parking restrictions are now out to public consultation.

30 January 2017

Register for e-billing and you could win £1,000

Canterbury district residents who register to receive their council tax bill by email are now in with a chance of winning £1,000.

25 January 2017

The business case for a new single council for east Kent

The four district councils of Canterbury, Dover, Shepway and Thanet are to consider a high level business case into the feasibility of creating a new single council for east Kent.

23 January 2017

Views sought on festivals' future

The city council is seeking the views of residents and visitors on the future of three of the district’s biggest events – the Canterbury Food and Drink Festival, the Herne Bay Festival and Whitstable Oyster Festival.

20 January 2017

Drop-in sessions for King's Hall review

Two public drop-in sessions have been set up for people to give their ideas for the future of the King’s Hall in Herne Bay.

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