Have your say on rejuvenation of key city street
The future of a key Canterbury street will be put under the spotlight today (Monday 10 May) as Canterbury City Council asks for views on a proposed revamp.
Museums to reopen with plenty to see and do
Canterbury's museums and galleries will reopen later this month with a busy schedule of activities, including a new exhibition showcasing artwork by young refugees and asylum seekers.
All set for elections on 6 May
Tomorrow (Thursday 6 May), elections take place for Kent County Council and the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, as well as the city council by-elections in Swalecliffe and Westgate wards.
Operation targets those on two wheels breaking the rules on high street
The rules about people riding and driving through the city centre were reinforced last week in a joint operation between Kent Police and Enforcement officers from Canterbury City Council.
"No tailgating" plea after third bollard incident
There have been three incidents in the last week where cars have attempted to tailgate another vehicle through one of the city centre security bollards and become impaled.
Crackdown on irresponsible dog owners continues
Dealing with dog owners that don’t clear up after their pets has been at the heart of a continuing operation conducted by Enforcement officers from Canterbury City Council.
Park and Ride for free to boost city centre businesses
Shoppers and visitors alike will be able to make use of our Park and Ride service at all three sites for free this Sunday.
Applications for Restart Grant scheme open
Applications are now open for the Restart Grant scheme, a one-off payment from the government ranging from £2,667 to £18,000 to businesses in certain sectors.
Lord Mayor sends his deepest condolences following the death of the Duke of Edinburgh
The Lord Mayor of Canterbury, Cllr Pat Todd, has expressed his sadness at the news of the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, on behalf of the whole district.
Have your say and help improve diabetes care in east Kent
People living with diabetes, their family and carers are being asked for their views on a major programme to enhance diabetes services.