Clean air for schools

Canterbury City Council and the MIDKENT Environmental Health Partnership were awarded DEFRA air quality grant funding in March 2021 to develop a digital resource for primary schools to educate children aged 5 to 11 years and their parents about air pollution.


Lifeline is an emergency alarm service that can help you or someone you know to feel safe and independent in the home, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Love Grace handbag appeal

This year we’re supporting the ‘Love Grace’ campaign, which asks for donations of handbags filled with essential items to provide practical support for women needing refuge and a safe haven from harmful relationships.

Domestic abuse awareness toolkit

Domestic Abuse toolkit

We know that most often the first-time survivors speak about domestic abuse it is to friends, family, or someone in the community. To support local communities in responding to this, Canterbury City Council and Rising Sun domestic violence and abuse service have developed, a webinar explaining our community response to domestic abuse, called ‘Our Response ‘.

Climate Change

Canterbury City Council has set a target of net zero carbon emissions for council activities by 2030. Net zero emissions means after all of the council’s activities have taken place, it will not have added any extra carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.