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Village Pond

We are pleased to announce the work on our village pond is now complete. The gullies will capture rain  water which will be filtered through the installed filtration area. This will see the pond continually maintained at the correct level. Excess water will flow away via the overflow drain.

We kindly ask visitors to keep two metres from the ponds edge to allow the ground to rejuvenate.

 

Test and Trace Support Payment Scheme

Test and Trace Support Payment Scheme
 
Maidstone Borough Council is supporting the government Test and Trace Support Payment scheme, which is now live.
The Test and Trace Support payment of £500 is to help people who have been told to self-isolate by the NHS.
 
To apply people need to complete an online self-isolation payment application form which will then be assessed for eligibility:
 
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Bearsted Parish Council – October Meet and Greet

Bearsted Parish Council – October Meet and Greet
 
Your local Parish Councillors will be available for Meet and Greet sessions at The Green this October.
Saturday 17th October – 10am-12pm
Saturday 24th October – 10am-12pm
 
During these sessions residents are invited to meet our Councillors who can answer any questions and take suggestions on local issues.
We will also be advocating winter road safety by offering reflective armbands free of charge.
These can be used by those who cycle or walk to and from school or work during the dark hours.
 
For any queries or to secure your free reflective armband please contact:

Bearsted Fireworks Display

Bearsted Fireworks Display – Elizabeth Harvey Field
 
We would like to inform residents that sadly Bearsted Fireworks display will not take place this November.
The decision did not come easily and it is with regret that Bearsted Parish Council have decided to cancel this very popular event due to the current Covid-19 Government guidelines.