Due to difficulties with delivery, St Peters Church have produced the Ightham Magazine May 2020 in digital format.
The Parish Council has recently received a number of complaints about the impact of domestic bonfires on neighbouring properties. If you are considering having a bonfire, please think twice about your neighbours.
A 24 hour helpline has been set up to support vulnerable people in Kent who need urgent help, supplies or medication.
The current COVID-19 outbreak has resulted in reduced staffing levels for our contractor. In order to prioritise resources for the core refuse, food waste, recycling and clinical waste collections, some following services are suspended with immediate effect.
Advice from Age UK including guidance on if you are feeling unwell, need help with food, social contact, financial hardship, benefits and scams.
Advice Together Partners contact details. We will update this information weekly to help you access the most appropriate organisation to offer help and support.
Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, we have taken the difficult decision to stop providing face-to-face advice until further notice.
The Director of Public Health at Kent County Council has kept the Parish Council informed about the current situation with Coronavirus COVID-19.
New paracise class on Tuesdays at 11:15am at Ightham Village Hall. Perfect for those who find regular exercise classes too challenging or haven’t exercised for a while….or ever!
BTopenreach state that Ightham is on the latest list released yesterday to get fibre direct to premises with work to start within about 14 months.