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Community

Hythe’s community is full of hard working groups, charities, businesses and organisations striving to make our town better for everyone.

Town Council Meetings

06
Oct

Council Meeting

6:30PM Town Hall
Council Meeting
13
Oct

Finance and General Purposes Meeting

6:30PM Town Hall
Finance and General Purposes
17
Oct

Plans and Works Meeting

6PM Town Hall
Plans and Works Meeting
10
Nov

Council Meeting

6:30PM Town Hall
Council Meeting

Hythe Green Preservation Society – Boot Fair 4 September 2022

Hgps Boot Fair Poster
The Green
Hythe on 4 September 2022 7am-2 pm

Mayor’s Family Fun Day – 4 September 2022 1-3pm

Mayors Fun DayM

Horn Street – Play area now open August 2022

Horn Street Play Area Opening 2022

Plans & Works Meeting 6 pm The Town Hall – 8 August 2022

Please note tonight’s Plans and Works meeting will be held at the Town Hall and not at Oaklands Offices at 6 pm.

The Dulcettes – Oaklands Bandstand 3-5pm 31 July 2022

The Dulcettes

Annual Royal British Legion Industries Charity Cycle Event – 15 July 2022

Annual Royal British Legion Industries Charity Cycle Event

Hythe Life – Food Festival 2022

Hythe Life Food Festival

It’s fast becoming that time of year again, when the diaries are out planning much-anticipated summer activities. The We Love Hythe Life team has, for the fourth year, been busy behind the scenes planning the next epic food event of the year. As ever, we’re hand selecting all of our stall holders to make sure that you get a culinary taste sensation with every turn. We’re delighted to welcome back some much-loved favourites (the wait will soon be over!) and to say hello to some new artisan deliciousness. This year, we have an even bigger line-up of events to be held throughout event days and yes, we’re back with the immensely popular demonstration tent where yet more top Kent chefs will be donning their whites and cooking up a storm of taste sensations. As always, we’ve lined up some of Kent’s best in local musical talent to get even the most reluctant of music fans dancing and we’ve got entertainment for the little ones to keep even the fussiest with smiles on their faces. So we hope to see you there, bring your picnic blankets (and a brolly just in case!), bring your family, bring your friends and let’s make this the end of summer ‘get together’ to remember. Is it on your calendar yet?

Time & Date : Sat, 27 August 2022 – 11:00 to 19:00 , Sun, 28 August 2022 – 11:00 to 19:00 , Mon, 29 August 2022 – 11:00 to 18:00

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Horn Street Recreation Ground

 

Horn Street Recreation Ground Poster

Hythe Blue Plaque – Here Before Us

What is Here Before Us?

Historical Blue Plaques. Past Occupations

You may have seen blue plaques on buildings marking famous previous residents. These include plaques on the former homes of Mozart, David Bowie and Jane Austen. At Here Before Us we produce individually customized blue plaques that commemorate the ordinary previous residents of your home – less celebrated, perhaps even forgotten, residents who may nonetheless have had interesting lives and occupations.

Our blue plaques will show the names, dates and occupations from historical records from 1881 -1939 (of one or more) of the people who lived in your home years before you.

It may have been home to a photographer, bath chair proprietor, sulphate maker, journalist, bucket maker, timber yard furnace stoker, cook, railway signalman, professional violinist, part time money lender or sugar boiler.

These vinyl plaques can be applied inside your front window to give visitors and passers-by a glimpse of the history of your home.

Hythe Town Council have ordered one for our offices at Oaklands.

Please email Simon at :

mail@herebforeus.co.uk for more information

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April 22, is Earth Day

All round the world people are making pledges to join there movement to help our Planet Earth. 

We have only one Earth..there is no Plan B!

Examples of pledges: 

I pledge to:

*Always carry a reusable bag 

* Plant wildflower seeds to help the bees

* Have one no meat day for a month

* Buy no new clothes for a year except shoes and underwear

* Join volunteer groups helping the planet

* Pick up 5 pieces of litter a day..

Let us know about your pledges! We will set up a pledge page to inspire and help others.

If you have tips please share them with us. Please send your tips to: admin@hythe-tc.gov.uk 

Here’s my pledge to start us off: From Councillor Penny Graham

I pledge (like last year) to buy no new items of clothing. If I need anything I will go to Charity shops and those selling pre-loved items. We have a wonderful selection in Hythe.

I will also double the area in the garden for bee- friendly wild flowers.

 

 

THE KENT COUNTY COUNCIL (VARIOUS ROADS, FOLKESTONE AND HYTHE) (WAITING RESTRICTIONS AND STREET PARKING PLACES) (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 2021 (AMENDMENT 6)

Notice is hereby given that KENT COUNTY COUNCIL intend to make the above Order under sections 1(1), 2(1) to (3), 3(2), 4(1) and (2), 32(1), 35(1), 45, 46, 49, 53 and 122 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, and of all other enabling powers, and after consultation with the chief officer of police in accordance with Part III of Schedule 9 to the Act:

The Order will revise the waiting restrictions in the following roads in West Hythe

  • West Hythe Road

Prohibition of waiting on both sides from existing waiting restriction down to ‘West Haven’ and ‘Sandacre’

  • Lympne Hill

Prohibition of waiting from existing restriction on west side. Junction protection with St Marys Road

  • St Marys Road

Prohibition of waiting on both sides near junction with Lympne Hill.

Full details are contained in the draft Order, which together with the relevant drawings, a copy of any orders which will be amended by the proposed Order, and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Order may be examined at The Council Offices, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone or by email request.

If you have any questions concerning the Order or require further information please contact Folkestone & Hythe District Council (Parking Services), Civic Centre, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone, CT20 2QY.

If you wish to make an objection or comment about the proposed Order, you must write to Folkestone & Hythe District Council (Traffic Orders), Civic Centre, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone, CT20 2QY or email traffic.orders@folkestone-hythe.gov.uk. Your objection must specify the grounds on which it is made. For your objection or comments to be considered they must reach us by 5pm on Friday 13th May 2022. For legal reasons we cannot accept any objection or comment over the phone or in person.

This Notice is published by Folkestone & Hythe District Council on behalf of Kent County Council Highways and Transportation, County Hall, Maidstone, ME14 (part of Kent County Council).

Help the NHS this Easter

The NHS in Kent and Medway is busy and we need your help to let patients know the best place to go for treatment.

Please can you share this online leaflet and web address, which lists the services available and how to use them: www.stopthinkchoose.co.uk

The Stop Think Choose website gives details of urgent treatment centres (UTCs) and shows the opening times for all pharmacies in the county.

UTCs can treat a variety of minor illness and injury. Patients can either walk-in or call NHS 111, which can book an appointment.

Pharmacists are highly trained health professionals, who are qualified to offer health advice and guidance, particularly on common problems such as headache, coughs and colds, tummy bugs and verrucas. Opening times for the Easter bank holiday are also on our website.

Please help us to help you and share these messages with your friends, family, colleagues and anyone with children or older relatives.

The NHS in Kent and Medway