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6th April 2020 20:00

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16th April 2020 20:00

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  • Parish Council Meetings Suspended

    26th March 2020

    All parish council meetings will be suspended until relevant guidance is received from the government setting out that virtual/online meetings can be legally held.  In the meantime, urgent decisions will be delegated to the Clerk where possible. ...

  • Children's Playground Closed

    24th March 2020

    Following government guidance, we will be closing the children's playground at Harrow Meadow today.  Other areas will remain open for exercise, but please avoid congregating and keep at least 2m apart from those not in your household. Thank you for your co-operation. ...

  • Office Closed to the Public

    20th March 2020

    The Parish Office will be closed to members of the public as of today. This is to protect our staff. We will be happy to speak to you on the phone during office hours, or email us on info@eynsfordparishcouncil.org.uk. If you require photocopying service, please contact us to discuss. Thank you...

  • Coronavirus / Covid-19

    17th March 2020

    The parish council will be meeting on Thursday to discuss what we can do to support our community during this worrying time. Further information will be provided after then. Meanwhile, we are attaching a document  providing lots of useful links from Public Health England. You should...

  • Recycle your Crisp Packets!

    Recycle your Crisp Packets!

    20th February 2020

    The parish council's Green Working Group has set up a crisp packet collection scheme so that you can recycle your crisp packets. We are working with two local Teracycle collectors as an intermediary collection point. Any proceeds from the recycling will go to two charities: Kent Air...

  • Top Tips for Setting up a Neighbourhood Watch Group

    9th January 2020

    Ten Tips for running a successful Neighbourhood Watch Scheme 1. Get to know your Neighbours If you want to make your neighbourhood safer, start by introducing yourself to the people in your street and getting to know them. Find out who is at home during the day, who has children and who spends...

  • Plans are in for the New Village Hall!

    12th December 2019

    **VILLAGE HALL UPDATE** The hall Trustees and the Parish Council are pleased to confirm that a planning application has now been submitted for the construction of a new hall on Harrow Meadow and three new homes on the existing site. This has been the culmination of a lot of work, partly...

  • Noticeboard Policy

    3rd December 2019

    Noticeboard Policy  After questions from members of the public, the council decided to create policy to give guidance on use of the noticeboards in the village which you can find below and attached here. PARISH COUNCIL OF EYNSFORD Policy Regarding the Use of Parish...

  • Community Award for 2020 - Call for Nominations!

    Community Award for 2020 - Call for Nominations!

    21st November 2019

    Community Award for 2020 - Call for Nominations! Eynsford Parish Council is delighted to be participating in the Kent Association for Local Councils Community Award scheme again. The KALC Community Award is to acknowledge and give recognition to those that have made a significant...

  • Casual Vacancy

    Casual Vacancy

    17th September 2019

    Applications are invited for the vacancy of Councillor We have a vacancy for a parish councillor in Eynsford. We are a friendly, but busy council and meet two times a month on the first Monday and third Thursday of the month. The council consists of 8 councillors supported by two part-time Clerks....

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