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Wittersham Parish Council


Noticeboard, Wittersham Parish Council

The online crime reporting system on the Kent Police website is now live and gives members of the public the ability to report crime online rather than by phone (101), which some may find easier, faster and more convenient.  This does not replace the 999 service.

Let's work together.  The Borough Council has improved its online reporting system, making it easier for residents to report issues such as:

Flytipping, Littering, Dog Fouling, Vandalism, Anti-social behaviour and Planning enforcement.

The new system replaces some of their online forms and allows residents to report incidents and then track their progress via a unique refrence number.

Visit www.ashford,gov.uk/report

Recordings of Parish Council Meetings from December 2016 to date except for April 2017 and January 2018 are now on YouTube. Click on the link below.

Wittersham Parish Council

Please be aware that from 3rd June 2019 KCC will be charging for the disposal of soil, rubble & hardcore, plasterboard & tyres delivered to their Household Waste Recycling Centres.

Help make your Community safer.  Kent Police is recruiting now for Police Support Volunteers.  Volunteer roles include helping with local policing, assisting front counters, Neighbourhoold Watch support, general admin, role playing during police training and many more roles.

Volunteers must be over 18 years old, have more than three years permanent and continuous UK residence and live or work in Kent.

If you or anyone you know is interested in becoming a Kent Police Support Volunteer call Andrew Judd on 01233 896151 or contact him via email at andrew.judd2@kent.pnn.police.uk 

Annual Policing Survey.  Your views are asked for on policing in Kent and for your initial thoughts on whether people would be willing to pay a little more council tax next year to fund additional police resources.  The survey itself takes obnly a few mi8nutes and is completely anonymous.  The link is www.kent-pcc.gov.uk/haveyoursay