Councillors to consider offices move to Whitefriars
Proposals to move Canterbury City Council's main offices into vacant space within Whitefriars shopping centre will be discussed at a meeting of the Policy Committee next Tuesday (25 January).
Afghan resettlement support update
It's been a little while since we updated on this, but our officers have now been helping with this project for more than six weeks.
Resurfacing to start at St Radigunds car park
Work to fully resurface and reline St Radigunds car park starts this coming Monday (11 October).
Gorrell ward by-election set for 18 November
A by-election to elect a new city councillor for Gorrell ward in Whitstable will take place on Thursday 18 November.
Tenants' beautiful gardens scoop awards in annual competition
The stunning gardens and beautiful hanging baskets belonging to council tenants in the district were celebrated at this year's tenants gardening competition.
Changes to allergen information to be introduced
Changes to the way some allergen information is provided to consumers come into force tomorrow (Friday 1 October).
Free webinar raises awareness of domestic abuse
A free webinar to raise awareness of domestic abuse and violence takes place next week.
Fright at the Museum returns with a spidery-twist
The popular spooktacular fundraising event ‘Fright at The Museum’ is back at The Beaney in Canterbury this autumn.
Park and ride to resume at Sturry Road
Park and ride services at Sturry Road will resume next Monday (20 September) following a two month suspension.
Grounds maintenance work to come under Canenco control
Canterbury City Council is to terminate its grounds maintenance contract with Serco and bring all of the work under the control of its own company, Canenco, on 30 November this year.
Public help sought for 'Brickmas' project
The Beaney is appealing for people to donate any unwanted pre-loved LEGO-compatible bricks as part of a special project coming to the city this Christmas.