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.
Offenders hit in the pocket for risking cleanliness of the district
A trio of offenders have been fined for a number of offences which put the cleanliness of the district at risk and affect residents’ quality of life.
New campaign up and running - and causing a reaction!
So...let's talk about our new signs that have been causing some reaction locally!
We're in this together, no matter our sexuality
The scourge of the coronavirus pandemic means it has never been more important to recognise that we are in this together, no matter our sexuality.
Council's pledge to help people keep a roof over their head
If you are worried about keeping a roof over your head and becoming homeless as the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic bite, ask for help now.
Early ideas for Local Nature Reserve set out
Early proposals for the management of a new Local Nature Reserve in Wincheap include a species-rich grassland, a wet woodland for nesting birds, an otter holt, new ponds and log piles for reptiles.
Comprehensive package to help shoppers and businesses stay safe
Helping people stay safe as they shop is at the heart of a comprehensive package of measures to help the district’s high streets to reopen on Monday 15 June.
Design options for new Dane John play area published
Canterbury City Council's project to provide a new children's play area in the Dane John Gardens is progressing well.
Thousands helped as hub gets set for gradual wind down
Having delivered food parcels or medicine to nearly 3,500 vulnerable local people during the Covid-19 pandemic, Canterbury City Council is to start winding down its community hub.
Revel in district's beauty on World Environment Day
Protecting the environment, promoting biodiversity and tackling climate change will play a key role in the district’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Time running out to earmark land for Local Plan
Time is running out to let Canterbury City Council know about sites that could be earmarked for change in the years ahead.