*This is a message from the East Kent NHW coordinator for Canterbury and Thanet* Kent Police is reminding horse owners to ensure riding equipment is securely stored and marked following two high valued burglaries in west Kent. Owners of horses and horse equipment can help to prevent theft by ensuring all tack and horses are […]
Following the examination of the Canterbury District Local Plan, the appointed Planning Inspector Mr Mike Moore BA (Hons), MRTPI, CMILT, MCIHT has completed his report. The report was received by Canterbury City Council (CCC) on 15 June 2017. The report concludes that the Local Plan is ‘sound’ and legally compliant, subject to a number of […]
Herne Community Centre 100 Club June winners are: First No 31 Alan Marsh Second No 44 Sarah O’Donnell It costs just £12 for 12 monthly chances to win cash prizes – for further information Tel: 01227 372154
First No31 Alan Marsh Second No44 Sarah O’Donnell. It costs just £12 for 12 monthly chances to win cash – tel 01227 372154
Planning applications received W/E 17 June 2017. no: CA//17/01309/FUL for a single-storey rear extension at 36 Honeysuckle Way, Broomfield, CT6 7AX and no: CA//17/01450/LB application for listed building consent for replacement external door at Bumble Pepperpot Cottage, 41 Herne Street, Herne, CT6 7HW. For further details contact our parish office at 01227 742700 or view on-line […]
This dreadful crime in Herne is a lesson to us all to only use traders that have been recommended to us by someone we trust. KM News Report – Link below http://www.kentonline.co.uk/herne-bay/news/thug-jailed-after-smashing-pensioner-127114/
The Agenda is posted on noticeboards and on the website. Residents are welcome to attend and speak during the public session, near the beginning of the meeting.
Latest planning application in Herne no. CA//17/01347/FUL Proposed two-storey and single-storey side and rear extensions at 83 Windmill Road, Herne, CT6 7DE. Further information from our parish office on 01227 742700 or on-line at Canterbury City Council Planning Portal.
We enjoyed meeting you all. Grateful thanks to all the gardeners and their families that shared their gardens with our visitors, made them ploughman’s lunches, cream teas, cakes and lots of tea and coffee. proceeds will be shared between Catching Lives charity and our new Community Centre.
Results were as follows: Gale, Roger 27,163 CON Rehal, Frances 16,425 LAB Egan, Clive 2,198 UKIP Pennington, Martyn 1,586 LIB DEM Targett, Ed 825 GRN White, Iris 128 CPA Majority 10,738, Turnout 66.63%