To contact Mrs Judith Batt, Parish Clerk to Brenzett PC, please email Brenzett@parishcouncil.onmicrosoft.com.
Photographs from the lovely thank you card to the Parish Council from the children of Brenzett school 2018.
Brenzett Parish Council usually meets on the 1st Tuesday of May, July, September, November and March. The date and time of the January meeting will be set nearer the time to allow for New Year Bank Holiday. Meetings start at 7.30pm in the Village Hall, King Street, Brenzett, Kent TN29 9UF. (See a Location Map.) […]
Online Crime and Non-Injury Collision Reporting Updates made recently to the Kent Police website now enable you to report crimes and incidents as well as non-injury road traffic collisions ONLINE directly to the police through the website (www.kent.police.uk). Once a report is made to Kent Police online, the user will receive a unique reference number […]
Kent Trading Standards and Kent Police have received reports of a company using high pressure techniques to sell burglar alarms with a 5 year maintenance contract. One salesman demanded the 80 year old resident pay the full amount upfront. Please look out for neighbours and report any suspicious doorstep callers to us. For advice on […]
Are you prepared for winter conditions when you travel? The long dark days are here which means KCC Highways, who maintain the county’s roads and lanes, receive many enquiries throughout the seasons about road conditions. Please read this winter service information letter from KCC and see how you can help prevent road and travel problems.
Affinity Water have written to the Parish Council with some news and information:- Water Resources Update 10 October 2017 Dear Councillor Despite the rainfall over the summer, the water in the aquifers (porous rock where groundwater is stored) that we use to supply your water is below average. This is important as 60% of […]
[ Message from the Marsh Harrier Management Team ] DONATIONS FOR THE CONTINUED SUSTAINABILITY OF THE MARSH HARRIER Thank you to all who have contributed so far so that we can continue to bring The Marsh Harrier to you. If you would like to contribute, please send donations, however, small to: Robyn Collins, Eanswyth House, […]
Seasonal Crime Prevention Reminder With the change in weather and the subsequent lawns to mow please ensure that your sheds, garages and outbuilding are left secure and your garden tools, mowers and ride on mowers are placed inside and out of view. Keep your gardens secure – padlock/bolt your garden gates.