Category Archives: LPC Announcements

Lenham Neighbourhood Planning Group Meeting 31st July 2018 Report LPC Announcements, LPC Meeting Minutes & Reports

MINUTES OF LNPG MEETING HELD 7.45pm ON 31st JULY 2018 AT LENHAM COMMUNITY CENTRE PRESENT: ​S MacKenzie (Chairman presiding), R Greenwood (Chairman Lenham Parish Council), A Walmsley, M Cockett, N Osborne, P Culver, V Woollven, P McCreery, J Hatcher APOLOGIES: ​M Ballard Declarations of any conflict of interest – PC stated that his wife currently

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Potential Lorry Park in the Parishes of Lenham and Boughton Malherbe LPC Announcements, LPC General

ANNOUNCEMENT POTENTIAL LORRY PARK IN THE PARISHES OF LENHAM AND         BOUGHTON MALHERBE.   Meetings have taken place to discuss, what are at this stage, very early ideas relating to potential solutions to Operation Stack and the possibility for additional customs facilities should these be needed when the UK leaves the European Union. These meetings have

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Community Scheme Grants LPC Announcements

Lenham Parish Council recognises the valuable contribution that community organisations and projects provide to the parish.  The council has for many years supported local organisations through donations and this council will continue to do so.  However, during these times of public sector budget austerity, the council needs to ensure it distributes its limited funds to

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LPC Meeting Agenda 6th June 2018 LPC Announcements, LPC Meeting Minutes & Reports

NOTICE OF THE MEETING. OF THE LENHAM PARISH COUNCIL ON WEDNESDAY 6thJUNE 2018 AT 7.30pm AT THE COMMUNITY CENTRE GROOM WAY LENHAM ME17 2QT AGENDA                                                                                         Apologies and approval of absences.   To receive Declarations of Interest in items on the agenda, declarations to changes to the Register of Interests, and to

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Cross Cleanup LPC Announcements, LPC General

Thirty volunteers met at the Cross on the North Downs just above the village of Lenham on Saturday, May 19 at 9am. Team work and three generations working together in the sunshine ensured the Cross was left considerably whiter and weed free.  The iconic landmark will be further improved in honour of the centenary of the

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