Category Archives: Peninsula News

13 Oct
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Out in Hoo Today

Excellent response on the door step this morning as members of the Peninsula Action Team visited residents in Hoo. The team then went on to attend the open door meeting held in Hoo St. Werburgh Parish Church.

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01 Mar
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Waste Services Update

With the weather causing serious disruption to all waste services, the Council has provided the following update as of 10.00 am Thursday 1 March Household Waste Recycling Centres – located at Cuxton, Capstone and Hoath Way are all closed until ...

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Refuse Collections
19 Dec
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Medway Council Christmas Bin Collections 2017

Below you can find the Christmas bin collections for the whole Medway area over the Christmas and New Year of 2017/18. Christmas revised collections Normal Collection day Revised collection day Monday 25th December Wednesday 27th December Tuesday 26th December Wednesday 27th December Wednesday 27th December ...

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Option C Thames Crossing
15 Apr
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Lower Thames Crossing Approved

On Tuesday 12 April, the Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling confirmed the preferred route for the Lower Thames Crossing which will be as follows: a bored tunnel crossing under the River Thames east of Gravesend and Tilbury (Location ...

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Alan Ridgers with Diane Marsh and Jim Nugent
12 Apr
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KCC Elections

On Thursday May 4, the whole of Kent County Council (KCC) is up for re-election and members from the Strood Rural and Peninsula branches have been out supporting our colleagues in the neighbouring Gravesham East constituency where Alan Ridgers and ...

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21 Jan
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Medway Local Plan – January 2017

Medway Council is preparing a new Local Plan to provide direction on the future growth of the area. The aim of the Local Plan is to ensure that Medway grows sustainably, to provide land for the homes, jobs and services ...

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18 Oct
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Cllr Filmer helps Hoo Clean Up Team

Cllr Phil Filmer organised a £200 donation from Medway Norse so that the volunteers from the Hoo Clean Up Team were able to purchase £200 worth of plants for a neglected area of Hoo Village Square. Although the Council maintain ...

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27 Jun
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Colin Hutson's Loom Band Challenge

Cllr Phil Filmer joined resident Colin Hutson yesterday to unveil a huge line of colourful loom bands down Bells Lane and into the village square – a challenge he started in 2015, in support of Cancer Research UK. Many residents ...

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17 Jun
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Expansion at the Hundred of Hoo Academy

The ‘good’ graded Hundred of Hoo Academy is set to expand, offering one form entry places all the way from reception to the end of year 6. Your local Conservative Councillors have long since called for additional capacity to be ...

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10 Jun
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Four Elms Roundabout

Your local Conservative team has secured additional grants to redevelop Anthony’s Way and Four Elms Roundabouts. This significant investment will include a new slip road which will considerably increase capacity, easing congestion for traffic heading towards the peninsula. Cllr Filmer, ...

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