Parents and guardians across the Sevenoaks District can leave their wallets and purses at home and get the children out of the house as the completely free summer family fun days once again make a return.
Our draft Rights of Way Improvement Plan details
how we will develop the public rights of way network in Kent over the next 10 years.
We want to hear your views to ensure that our draft plan will meet the needs and expectations of Kent residents.
20 June – 12 September 2018.
for more details and to complete the online questionnaire.
To request hard copies or alternative formats of any consultation materials, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 03000 421553 (text relay service number: 18001 03000 421553).
This number goes to an answer machine which is monitored during office hours.
Beware of doorstep criminals selling
household cleaning products
We have received reports of doorstep criminals attempting to sell household cleaning products in Kent.
Purchasing goods from a doorstep caller can lead to you being overcharged for poor quality products.
Never agree to work or pay cash to someone you have just met on your doorstep.
If you feel afraid or threatened by a doorstep caller, phone 999. For non-urgent calls, phone Kent Police on 101.
Please look out for neighbours and report any suspicious doorstep callers to us.
For advice and to report issues to KCC Trading Standards contact
Citizens Advice consumer service on 03454 04 05 06
Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm.
Free Bulky Waste Day
Do you have any large, bulky items you no longer want cluttering up your house or garden? Is it difficult for you to transport large items to a local recycling centre?
The Heritage Lottery have just awarded Swanley Town Council £9700 toward marking the centenary year of WW1.
Swanley Town Council has recently exchanged contracts for the sale of its Woodlands property in a joint sale with Sevenoaks District Council
Swanley Neighbourhood Plan
The CEO Steve Nash, is looking for residents and organisations who would like to get involved in this process, which will help to shape the future of the town.
There will be monthly and quarterly meetings of theme groups and surveys for people to complete.
Swanley lies at the northernmost point of the area of Sevenoaks District Council and also within the administrative area of Kent County Council.
Swanley Town Council came into existence in 1974 and though unlike the County and District Council, it has few statutory duties (things that have to be done) it does have many powers (things that can be done).
The Town Council seeks to exercise its powers for the benefit of the community of Swanley and Swanley Village.
There are four wards in the town, which are Christchurch, St Marys and Whiteoak wards in Swanley as well a ward in Swanley Village, see Councillors and Wards for more information.
The Town Council owns around 150 acres of parks and open spaces, including the principal parks of Swanley Park and St Marys Recreation.
Swanley Town Council provides a variety of recreation, social and other facilities for the benefit of residents and people who work in and visit the Parish area, working in partnership with other Councils and agencies to promote and deliver local services.
We want you to feel valued and to make you feel proud to be a resident of Swanley.
Kent Police – Hate Crime
Hate crime is a crime committed against someone because of their disability, gender-identity, race, religion, belief, or sexual orientation. For more information and to see the new posters, please follow this link.
Caring For Our Community
Working together with the people of Swanley, Swanley Village and other local providers to develop caring, quality services for the changing needs of the community at an affordable cost, Swanley Town.
The council is committed to ensuring the Swanley Parish remains a vibrant and attractive place in which to live and work
Swanley & Hextable Consultation