Community hub closes after helping thousands of people
Canterbury City Council's community hub has closed its doors today, having helped thousands of local residents by providing food parcels and medicine deliveries over the last three months.
Council to harness volunteering passion
When Canterbury City Council put out a call for volunteers to help with the Covid emergency response back in March, the response far exceeded expectations.
Rough sleeper project extended by a month
Canterbury City Council is to continue its highly successful project to house rough sleepers at a Travelodge hotel for a further month.
Station Road West multi-storey now open
The new multi-storey car park at Station Road West is now open.
No return date yet for Wincheap boot fair
There is no current restart date for the Wincheap boot fair as yet.
Dumped rubbish leads to £300 fine
A woman has been issued with a £300 fine by Canterbury City Council for not making sure her rubbish was being disposed of responsibly.
Four lime trees to be removed for safety reasons
We have taken the difficult decision that four large lime trees in Canterbury need to be removed on public safety grounds.
Pavilion targeted by arsonists set to be demolished
A sports pavilion that was targeted by arsonists twice is set to be demolished.
Parking charges and key worker parking
We now have a new all day parking rate of £3.50 in three city centre car parks - Holmans Meadow (behind the Odeon cinema), Castle Street multi-storey and Station Road West multi-storey.
Chance to have your say on the future of the district
People living, working, running businesses and studying in the district are set to play a key role in shaping its future.