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  • Document: Apr 26, 2016
    33.88 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    Shepway District Council have started a consultation on proposals to introduce a Residents Parking Permit scheme in Castle Road, Granville Parade, Granville Road East, Granville Parade West, Lachlan Way, Lister Way and Parade Road.

    Download this objection form, complete and post your written objections directly to Shepway District Council (Parking orders), Civic Centre, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone CT20 2QY.

    Please ensure your email arrives before 4pm on 16th May 2016.

  • Shepway District Council Sandgate Parking Consultation Notice on Granville Parade
    Article: Apr 26, 2016

    Shepway District Council have started a consultation on proposals to introduce a Residents Parking Permit scheme in Castle Road, Granville Parade, Granville Road East, Granville Parade West, Lachlan Way, Lister Way and Parade Road.

    They are proposing to limit parking in these roads to two hours for non-permit holders. This restriction will be in place 8am-8pm EVERY day of the year including weekends and bank holidays. Only residents and businesses based in the roads named above will be able to get permits.

  • Sandgate Parish Council logo / arms
    Article: Apr 13, 2016

    The first Sandgate Music Festival will take place in June. The purpose of this event is to have a series of events across the whole of Sandgate that engages with people of all ages to provide an opportunity for the various venues to raise their commercial profile and to raise awareness and business potential for all Sandgate businesses.

  • Folkestone St Martins Primary School
    Article: Mar 26, 2016

    On 16 March, a few hours after the budget, I sent my resignation as Governor (and thus Chair of Governors) at Folkestone St Martin's to Headteacher Kate Love.

    I have enjoyed being a Governor at St Martin's for the last nine years and working with all Governors, staff and pupils. The school should be rightfully proud of their achievements over the last few years: not only is it an outstanding school in the way it looks after children, but OfSted in their most recent inspection, the Church in their most recent three "SIAMS" inspections and TT Education in designating the school a "Centre of Excellence" know it as well. Our results are excellent and improving, with a daily determination in school to help every child progress as far as they can.

  • Vandalised and abandoned car
    Article: Mar 8, 2016

    There have been a number of reports of possible abandoned vehicles around Folkestone & Sandgate.

    Since the abolition of the tax disc, it is now possible to check the details regarding on the tax and MOT of UK registered cars on the DVLA website at https://www.gov.uk/get-vehicle-information-from-dvla

  • Cheriton Light Festival 2016 poster
    Article: Feb 24, 2016
    By Strange Cargo Email newsletter

    From 6pm to 9pm on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February Strange Cargo will be bringing you the third Cheriton Light Festival. There is a line up of extraordinary artists, who have made beautiful artworks for you to see and participate in.

    Festival visitors coming into Folkestone West station by train can view Jyll Bradley's beautiful, luminescent new sculpture Espalier on Strange Cargo's factory building. At the far end of Cheriton High Street, Ross Ashton and Karin Monid's immersive sound and light artwork Spiritus is at All Souls Church.

  • cctv
    Article: Feb 23, 2016

    It is proposed that an Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) camera will be installed near one of the main routes into Hythe in order to increase coverage within the area.

    This is something that police forces intend to do countywide. ANPRs are used to help to detect, deter and disrupt criminality including tackling travelling criminals, organised crime groups and terrorists and they are used to assist with evidence in the investigation of crime.

  • William Cotter VC
    Article: Feb 23, 2016

    A SERVICE OF COMMEMORATION AND UNVEILING OF THE PAVER

    For the life and sacrifice of

    Corporal William Cotter VC

    6th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) & Former resident of the Parish of Sandgate.

    Sunday 6th March 2016

    • 1:45pm: Service at St Paul's Church, Sandgate
    • 3pm: Unveiling of the Paver at the War Memorial
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