COMMUNITY INFORMATION

 

Click the links below to view community information notices:

 

DON'T BE SCARED - BE PREPARED!

COLLECT YOUR SAND BAGS NOW

 

In case of further flooding during the forth-coming winter months collect your EMPTY sandbags from:

 

Travis Perkins, Mountfield Industrial Estate, New Romney

Opening Times:  Mon - Fri  7.30am - 5.00pm, Sat 8am - 12noon

 

Community Warden's Office, Romney Marsh Community Church, North Street, New Romney

Opening Times:  Mon - Fri  9am - 2pm

 

New Romney Town Council, High Street, New Romney

Opening Times:  Mon, Wed, Fri  9am - 12noon

 

If you require more than 10 bags please contact New Romney Town Council during opening hours

 

Please note:  Sand can be readily purchased from any local builders merchants in order to fill your empty sandbags

Please note that a limited number of EMPTY sand bags are available at the Town Hall which local residents can collect free of charge.

 

 

GET SALTED!!

WITH THE WINTER MONTHS FAST APPROACHING, NOW IS THE TIME TO GET PREPARED.

 

A salt/grit mixture is available, free-of-charge, for ALL local residents, from the yellow salt bin located at the rear of the Assembly Rooms, Church Approach, New Romney.  Please only take one bucket-full per household in order for there to be plenty to go around.

 

Please do not park in the Assembly Rooms car park - This parking facility is for hirers' use only.  Free  parking is available in Church Road and Church Lane or pay and display parking is available in the adjacent FHDC car park.

 

LOVE YOUR COUNTRYSIDE

Enjoy the countryside responsibly - Click HERE to view

ONE STOP SHOP

Rural Drop In - Please click HERE to view

ROMNEY MARSH DAY CENTRE

Information, Advice and Support Service - Please click HERE to view information

Weight Clinic                                        - Please click HERE to view

Footcare Clinic                                      - Please click HERE to view

Stop Smoking Clinic                               - Please click HERE to view

Cardiac Clinic                                        - Please click HERE to view

Lifestyle Advisor                                    - Please click HERE to view

MACMILLAN - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Please click HERE for details

BORDER FORCE

Project Kraken   - Please click HERE to view information on how to report if you see anything suspicious along our borders

                         Please click HERE to view information on Project Kraken

Project Pegasus - Please click HERE to view information if you see or hear anything unusual in or around your local airfield

ROTARY CLUB OF NEW ROMNEY

www.romneymarshrotary.co.uk

Follow the link to view the Rotary Club's activities

ENVIRONMENT AGENCY

FLOOD ACTION - ARE YOU PREPARED? 

Sign up for Flood Warning Alerts - Click HERE

 

 

KENT RESILIENCE FORUM

**IMPORTANT INFORMATION**:

WHAT SHOULD I DO IN AN EMERGENCY BOOKLET - PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW

 

NEW 'POP-UP' FOOD BANK

Please CLICK HERE for further details

To see how the foodbank process works please CLICK HERE

Please click HERE to view details of the New Romney Food Bank

Foodbank Voucher Issuing Information -  Please click HERE for details

 

COMMUNITY HALL & SPORTS PAVILION PROJECT

Where We're At - July 2019

Where We're At - January 2019

Where We're At - February 2018

Where We're At - 6 June 2017

Where We're At -  27 April 2016

Where We're At - 20 April 2015

Where We're At - 30 July 2015

 

 

 

TRADING STANDARD ALERTS - Click links below:

Scam  Advice Poster - click HERE  to view p1; click HERE to view p2

HMRC Phone Scam

Scam Mail - Please click HERE for information from Royal Mail

Doorstep Criminals - Please click HERE to view

Bogus SSAFA Collectors - Please click HERE to view

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH

Crime Prevention Information - Please click HERE to view

 

 

KENT FIRE & RESCUE INFORMATION

On-Call Fire-Fighter Recruitment Campaign - Please click HERE for details

 

KENT POLICE

POLICE SURGERY - Please click HERE to view details

How to contact Kent Police:

Kent Police now have a multitude of methods of communication relating to a wide 

range of Police matters. To get to know how best to communicate with Kent Police,

click HERE to view information poster.

Reported Crimes Update:

Please click HERE to view

Don't Ignore It, Share It Poster - Please click HERE to view

Police Update on Local Crime - Please click HERE to view

Protect Your Property Information - Please click HERE to view

Police Warnings:

Migrant Awareness

On-Line Shopping Advice

Christmas Safety Advice

Autumn  Crime Prevention Warning 

Bank Information Requests      

Online Safety Tips for Shopping

Costa Coffee Scam                  

Suspect Packages:                 

Telephone Preference Scam     

Bank Scam                             

Report Crime Online - Click HERE to view or copy and paste/click on link this link:  www.kent.police.uk/report

Card Minders and Purse Bells - Please click HERE to view

Become A Volunteer:

Click HERE to view

Click HERE to view

Kent Police are continuing to help protect the public and businesses against online crime. We have been and will continue to post messages across our social media channels around protecting the public and businesses online. We’d be extremely grateful if you could share materials and the hashtag #protectandconnect or signpost the public to our website for further advice if required. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require a few printed copies of any of the above.  You can keep up-to-date by finding us on Facebook, search ‘Kent Police’, follow us on Twitter: @kent_police or follow us on Instagram: @kentpoliceuk  You can also find out more information about staying safe online by visiting our website: www.kent.police.uk/safeonline

 

How safe do you feel where you live?
That is the one of the key questions Matthew Scott, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent, is asking residents this summer.
Mr Scott said: ‘I set Kent Police’s priorities based on the things people tell me matter to them. My Annual Policing Survey is a key way in which I get to hear what you think about your police force. I want to know what you think Kent Police does well and what it could do better.
‘I’m responsible for ensuring Kent Police provides an effective and efficient service so I’m asking you, plain and simple, to rate how safe you feel in your community and also what to extent you think you get value for money.’

Mr Scott added: ‘I’ve had a tremendous response from those I’ve met at big public events like the Kent County Show and the Kent Police Open Day so far this summer but I want as many people as possible to take the opportunity to have their say. Based on the results of last year’s survey, I took the decision to put more money into recruiting up to 200 more police officers, so your views really can make a difference.’

 

The survey, which only takes a couple of minutes to complete, is available at www.kent-pcc.gov.uk/consultations. A hard-copy leaflet, and a large print version, are also available on request.  Questions about people’s gender, where they live, age and ethnicity have been included to enable the PCC to spot trends among different communities.

HIGHWAYS

Road Closure Notifications:    

                                           Dymchurch Road, New Romney -  09/09/19 - 6 nights (weekday nights only)

                                           Rolfe lane / Craythorne Lane, New Romney - 12/08/19 - 5 days

                                           Poplar Lane, Lydd - 21.01.19 - 4 weeks

                                           Rolfe Lane, New Romney - 07.01.19 - 8 weeks

                                           Ashentree Lane, Brookland - 16.04.18                      

                                           Various Roads Surface Treatment                                                               

                                                                                     

Resurfacing Kent's Road

Please click to view information

 

Information regarding over-hanging trees/hedges/vegetation - Please click HERE to view 

 

Pot Hole Blitz:  Click HERE to view information

Surface Treatment - Shepway - Please click HERE to view information

DUNGENESS 'B' POWER STATION VISITOR STATION

Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) events - Click HERE to view

KENT FIRE & RESCUE

Winter Fire Safety Tips

 

FOLKESTONE & HYTHE DISTRICT COUNCIL

Public Spaces Protection Order Consultation - Click HERE to view

Public Spaces Protection Order Feedback Survey - Click HERE  to view/download

SPOTLIGHT

F&H DC has launched Spotlight – an online community directory.  The first phase of our marketing efforts is targeted at community groups and organisations providing community services – to invite them to list their details on Spotlight.

Click HERE to view poster

Click HERE to view Press Release

Notice of Variation of Parking Charges

Notice of Meetings

Responding To Planning Applications Information:   New Romney Town Council Notice

                                                                         NALC Publication - Planning Explained

                                                                         NALC Publication - How To Respond To Planning Applications - An 8-Step Guide

Name Change

SHEPWAY EARLY HELP

Shepway Youth Hub Event

Unplugged Gaming Event

KENT COUNTY COUNCIL 

Avian Flu Warning 

Flu Vaccination Information

English National Concessionary Travel Scheme (ENCTS) Information - Please click HERE to vi

SHEPWAY CHILDREN'S CENTRE

POWER CUT INFORMATION - UK POWER NETWORKS

Please click HERE to view information

Introduction to 105 number

Think.  Stay Safe Around Electricity Leaflet

In Case Of Power Failure - Please click HERE to view information

BROADBAND SUBSIDY SCHEME

Find out if you are eligible - Click HERE

NEW ROMNEY TOWN COUNCIL

MP/Councillor Surgeries are held on the first Friday of every month from 4.45pm through to 5.15pm at the Assembly Rooms, Church Approach, New Romney

There will be no MP/Councillor Surgeries in February and March 2019 due to the Assembly Rooms being closed from 28.01.19 through to 10.03.19 inclusive

NEW ROMNEY COUNTRY FAYRE

To view photographs Country Fayre please click the followng link:

July 2016 - Mayor's Speech

July 2015 - Photographs

 

 

NEW ROMNEY COASTAL COMMUNITY TEAM SOCIO ECONOMIC PLAN 2017

Please click HERE to download/view

 

 

CIVIC AND TOWN COUNCIL EVENTS

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CURRENT CIVIC YEAR 2018 - 2019

CHRISTMAS CONCERT - 8 DECEMBER 2018

Please click HERE to view details of FREE Christmas Concert

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY - 11 NOVEMBER 2018

Please click HERE to view Thank You from Romney Marsh Scout and RBL

SUMMER CONCERT AND GREAT BIG NEW ROMNEY PICNIC - SATURDAY 4 AUGUST 2018

Please click HERE & HERE to view posters

CIVIC SUNDAY - 15 JULY 2018

Please click HERE to view poster

MAYOR MAKING - 14 May 2018

Please click HERE to view photo of KALC Community Awards Scheme 2018 Presentation

PREVIOUS CIVIC YEAR 2017 - 2018

Please click HERE to view Civic and Town Council Events

CIVIC YEAR 2016 - 2017

Please click HERE to view Civic and Town Council Events

CIVIC YEAR 2015 - 2016

Please click HERE to view Civic and Town Council Events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAYOR'S PHOTOGRAPHIC DIARY & SPEECHES

CURRENT CIVIC YEAR 2017 - 2018

NOVEMBER 2017

Sunday 12 November - Remembrance Sunday

Click HERE to view speech

MAY 2017

Monday 15 May 2017 - Annual Statutory Meeting

Click HERE to view speech

PREVOUS CIVIC YEARS

2016 - 2017

Please click HERE to view events

2015 - 2016

Please click HERE to view events

 

 

 

 

LOCAL EVENTS

23 March 2019 - 7.30pm

CARM

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LOCAL ORGANISATIONS

 

Click the links below to view details of local organisations:

Romney Marsh Day Centre

Rotary Club of Romney Marsh

Royal British Legion - New Romney Branch

New Romney Old School - Table Top Sales will be held on the first Saturday of each month from 10am through to 12noon. For enquiries please telephone or email Pat Goodsell on 01797 458200 or goodsellpat@gmail.com. The Old School is open on the first and third Sunday of every month from 2pm to 4.30pm.

Romney Marsh Morris Men Dancing - 10.30am - 12.30pm

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