Pride Canterbury tells its story at Beaney exhibition
A special exhibition telling the story of Pride Canterbury opens at the Beaney this Saturday (8 August).
Enforcement Officers issue fines for various offences
Urinating in the street. Chucking litter out of a car window. Business waste dumped in the street. Just three of the offences for which our Enforcement Officers have issued fines over the last week.
Play areas reopen after cleaning and inspections
We are pleased to say that all our children's play areas are now open.
New Dover Road park and ride site
Use of the New Dover Road park and site during Covid-19 to accommodate the travelling community is ending.
Roman Museum to reopen with half price entry
Canterbury Roman Museum in Butchery Lane will reopen this Saturday (1 August), featuring an interactive projector where children can uncover a hidden mosaic and discover hidden treasure.
Hospitality businesses can now apply for outside tables and chairs
Businesses such as bars, restaurants, pubs and cafes that want to start selling their products outside their premises can apply for a pavement licence from the city council from today (24 July).
Lazy litterers caught on camera twice in a day and fined £300
The registered keeper of a car has been hit with fines totalling £300 after litter being thrown out of a window was caught on dash cams by members of the public twice in one day.
The Beaney in the running for national award
The quality of services provided for older people at the Beaney in Canterbury has led to the museum being shortlisted for a national award.
Wincheap boot fair set to restart
The popular boot fair at Wincheap park and ride will restart this Sunday (26 July).
Your vote matters so keep your details up-to-date, says council
Being able to have your say by voting in elections has never been so important.