Cruse Bereavement Care

Posted by on Oct 30th, 2017 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Cruse Bereavement Care

Cruse Bereavement Care

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We need volunteers. Could you support someone who is grieving? Could you space 2 or 3 hours a week? Could you be a Bereavement Supporter? We provide you with full training. If you could like to know more please contact or telephone 0844 800 9140

Kingsnorth Community Cafe Needs Volunteers

Posted by on Oct 20th, 2017 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Kingsnorth Community Cafe Needs Volunteers

Kingsnorth Community Cafe Needs Volunteers

Kingsnorth community café needs your help! Could you spare a few hours a week to volunteer at the kingsnorth pavilion community café? We are currently looking to increase our number of volunteers from monday – saturday If you are interested or would like more information please contact or call 01233 502969

Volunteers Wanted

Posted by on Sep 5th, 2017 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Volunteers Wanted

Volunteers Wanted

Can you help your community and spare a few hours to reduce speeding vehicles in your area?

Kingsnorth Teddy Bear Picnic

Posted by on Aug 18th, 2017 in Latest News | Comments Off on Kingsnorth Teddy Bear Picnic

Kingsnorth Teddy Bear Picnic

Left to right: Maureen (organiser), Carol (volunteer), Fionna (organiser), Sheila (volunteer), Glynis (volunteer), Lesley (volunteer), Children: Zac, Charles, Austin.

The Teddy Bear Picnic which was held at the Kingsnorth Community Cafe last Wednesday, proved to be a huge success. Plenty of parents, children and Teddys enjoyed their blanket picnic on the grass outside the Cafe.

Picnic boxes could be purchased on the day. Entertainment included a puppet show, story time, pass the parcel, make a teddy craft stall.

The Picnic was gratefully supported by Park Farm Tesco, who kindly donated fresh fruit and some of the raffle prizes.

£150.20 was raised on the day, and the proceeds will be divided between the Cafe and an “Over 75’s event” which will be held in September, dates to be arranged.

The Event, which was organised by 3 of the Cafe volunteers, Maureen, Fionna and Glynis, has received a very positive feedback, and already had requests to be repeated next year!

The organisers would like to express their gratitude to the parents and members of the local Community for their continued support.

Contract for delivering the park at Bridgefield

Posted by on Aug 9th, 2017 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Contract for delivering the park at Bridgefield

Contract for delivering the park at Bridgefield

Dear Resident,

On behalf of Ashford Borough Council, idverde Ltd has won the contract delivering the park at Bridgefield.

The works will commence on site from week commencing the 7th August 2017.  The works (weather depending) will be completed by Christmas 2017.

Over the next few weeks we will unfortunately, have to restrict access to the Bridgefield Park area whilst construction and improvements commence.

Contacts and staffing

All staff working on or visiting will be wearing high visibility vests displaying our company name and logo – idverde Ltd   

The areas where we will be working will be protected by barrier systems and/or heras fencing.  We request that you do not enter the fenced‐off areas.  

If you need to speak to us, please either visit our office or email

We aim to keep disruption to a minimum so please do not hesitate to make contact if you have any concerns about access, safety or any other matter.

Although we strive to keep disturbance to a minimum a certain amount of noise cannot be avoided in order to complete the works.  Our working hours are 7.30am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday.  There may be the occasional time when we may need to work outside of these hours, if this is the case, we will keep you informed.

Site Office

For the duration of the project, idverde Ltd team will be occupying a site office on site at Bridgefield Park, which will operate as the main Project Office.

In this space we will display information and plans for the works at each stage and be available to answer your questions.

Project Manager –   Thomas Differ

Site Engineer –         Kris Mc Closkey

Site Supervisor –     Colin Bayford

Yours faithfully

Tom Differ

Ashford Local Plan – Help shape our Local Plan to 2030

Posted by on Jul 10th, 2017 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Ashford Local Plan – Help shape our Local Plan to 2030

Ashford Local Plan – Help shape our Local Plan to 2030

‘Main Changes’ consultation. Ashford Borough Council is currently consulting on a number of ‘Main Changes’ to the draft Local Plan for the borough, which sets out the land that needs to be provided in the borough to accommodate new homes and jobs up to 2030.

Adoption of Telephone Boxes

Posted by on Jun 8th, 2017 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Adoption of Telephone Boxes

Adoption of Telephone Boxes

Kingsnorth Parish Council has been given the opportunity to adopt 3 telephone boxes in the Parish which are being de-commissioned by BT. One is a traditional red kiosk in Steeds Lane opposite Stumble Lane, the other 2 are glass, one outside Queens Head public house the other opposite Stubbs Cross Post Office. The Parish Council is looking for suggestions from the local community for use of these boxes. Ideas could cover:-

  • Defibrillator
  • Library/book exchange
  • Local information point – maps, footpaths, local businesses etc.

Occasional/Short term uses :-

  • Mini art gallery
  • Seasonal plant/seedling exchange
  • Donation point for foodbank

Please contact the Parish Office with your suggestions via the contact page here

Play Area Vandalism at Moat Park Friday 19th May

Posted by on May 20th, 2017 in Latest News | Comments Off on Play Area Vandalism at Moat Park Friday 19th May

Once again our children’s play equipment has been vandalised with an arson attack on a climbing apparatus in Moat Park which is situated at the junction of Bluebell Road and Sheepfold Lane, Park Farm, the apparatus was located on the eastern side of the moat.

The incident occurred on Friday 19 May 2017 between 2100 – 2230 hours. You will be pleased to know that the police have a witness who took the registration number of a car seen speeding away from the scene. Any further information leading to the arrest of the culprits would be grateful received and should be reported to the police on Tel: 101 and quote Crime Ref: ZY/20370/17.

Please protect our community from Anti-Social Behaviour by reporting ALL incidents, no matter how small by using the REPORT IT function on the Ashford Borough Council Website: and / or by phone to the Police on 101.

Bridgefield Park Planning Approved

Posted by on Mar 1st, 2017 in Featured, Latest News | Comments Off on Bridgefield Park Planning Approved

Bridgefield Park Planning Approved

Ashford Borough Council Cultural Projects team is delighted that the council’s planning committee has accepted and agreed on the park proposed at Bridgefield. The aim is to have the park available for all ages opened during the course of this year. Further details on the park will follow once a contractor to carry out the works has been agreed.

For Bridgefield Phase 2 Residents

Posted by on Mar 1st, 2017 in Latest News | Comments Off on For Bridgefield Phase 2 Residents

If you have a maintenance contract with Chamonix you might like to know they are holding an open meeting at the Kingsnorth Primary School, on Wednesday 15th March 18:30-19:30.

This is to inform you in case you didn’t receive the letter through the post.