To discover more about our Outstanding School please visit our website for information regarding virtual tours and online presentations.
The collection calendar delivered to residents by TMBC in September last year has now expired. They have produced a 12 month online calendar linked to the collection date ‘look up’ feature on their website.
As you will be aware the Government has granted permission for the re-opening of swimming pools, gyms and other leisure facilities and I am delighted, after four long months, to be welcoming you back to our facilities.
It is estimated that loneliness affects over 30,000 older people in Kent, but we know that it is not just an issue for the elderly. Loneliness is a highly personal experience that can have a significant impact on someone’s physical and mental health.
On Monday 15 June at 10am, Ightham Mote will be re-opening the garden and car park only, via a bookings only system. We are operating with skeleton staff and welcoming a minimal numbers of visitors at this stage (initially 30% of an average busy day with scheduled entry, to facilitate social distancing).
When it’s hot and with more people at home water use has increased. We’re pumping millions of litres more through our pipes to keep up – but there may be low pressure at times for some people.
Help to Care is a free mobile app designed to help you to spot the signs of a problem and find the right information and advice if you’re worried about someone’s health and wellbeing.
Kent Police have listed below 4 recent alerts/scams related to Coronavirus.
Due to difficulties with delivery, St Peters Church have produced the Ightham Magazine June 2020 in digital format.
Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council will resume garden waste collections in the borough from Monday 11 May 2020.