Council postpones park and ride decision
Canterbury City Council has postponed taking a final decision on whether to expand the Wincheap park and ride site onto land next to the River Stour.
Council sets out garden waste charge plan
Proposals laying out how charging for garden waste collections in the Canterbury district could work have been published by the city council.
Comic exhibition comes to The Beaney
A family-friendly exhibition exploring the wonderful world of comics will open at The Beaney during February half term.
Village green status for Kingsmead Field
The majority of Kingsmead Field has now officially been designated a Village Green after Canterbury City Council's application for the status was agreed by Kent County Council .
Whitstable Harbour offers boat trip berths
The city council is advertising the opportunity to run passenger boat services from the pontoon at Whitstable Harbour.
Beaney façade repairs get underway
Extensive repairs to the façade of the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge in Canterbury have started today (Tuesday 19 November). There are a number of elements to the project, which is costing the city
Skate, eat and drink in the Dane John this Christmas
Canterbury’s spectacular Christmas ice rink will be complemented by a range of food and drink outlets that provide the perfect pre- or post-skate accompaniment.
Book now for a relaxed skating session
People wanting to enjoy the city’s Christmas ice rink in a quiet and calm atmosphere can now book a relaxed skating session that has no music or flashing lights.
Council publishes it's draft budget
Canterbury City Council has published its draft budget for 2020/21 today (Tuesday 5 November).
Council proposes major parking shake up
Canterbury City Council is proposing a raft of changes to parking charges across the district and to its overall parking strategy...
Debbie takes on the taggers
Tackling the taggers is at the heart of Debbie Heath’s new role as a community safety officer.