The Parish Council and the White Horse pub are fund raising for a community defibrillator to be located at a convenient and appropriate location on The Street. Money has already been raised through a grant from KCC along with donations from Foundation Estate Agents, Canterbury Lions and fund-raising monies through events organised at the White Horse.
The Parish Council is supporting the Boughton Community Projects group in purchasing an ornate village sign to be located centrally in the village. The proposed location is on the wide area of footway (pavement) at the junction of Arthur Kennedy Close/The Street, outside the vicarage. The Parish Council has agreed to fund up to £2k towards this project, with the remainder of the funding coming from grants courtesy of Borough and County Councillors, a donation from Shepherd
Just to show you cannot always count on old weather folklore, March both came in and left like a lion not a Lamb with little improvement between times. March this year has been unusually busy both for committee and other meetings. These have included a Full Council meeting at Kent County Council and both Full Council and Cabinet meetings at Swale Borough Council. I attended the Swale Youth Forum and an Urban Crime Training Seminar unfortunately having to leave both before the