News

Post Office services to return to Rough Common

Villagers will soon be able to post bulky items without having to trek into Canterbury city centre.

Post office services are to be launched at Rough Common Village Hall, following a six-month campaign by hall committee chairman and Canterbury City Councillor Amy Baker.

Canterbury bidding to become Housing First pilot

Rough sleepers could be offered a permanent home to get them off the streets for good if Canterbury is successful in its bid to become a pilot area for a new Government scheme.

New council flats could be built in Canterbury

Eight purpose-built council flats could be built in Canterbury if an application for planning permission is granted next week.

The scheme is recommended for approval and will be discussed by Canterbury City Council’s planning committee on Tuesday, January 9.

Successful summer draw

Canterbury Conservative Association once again participated in the Kent summer draw, and many of our members and supporters took part.

Our profit, including donations, was more than £1,800 which is a truly magnificent amount.