All the very latest news as we become aware of it…

‘Edenbridge in Bloom’ Competition

July 1, 2020

  Edenbridge Town Council and Coolings Garden Centres have come together to launch ‘Edenbridge in Bloom’. With so many residents busy in their garden or on their allotments during lockdown, we wanted to celebrate the hard work people have put in. There will be three categories: Best garden Best hanging basket display Best allotment   […]

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UPDATE ON COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS

June 20, 2020

Meetings for the full Council and its Committees will be called as needed and held remotely. For information and guidelines how these will be managed, please click here. Agendas will continue to published on the Council’s website with the minimum three clear days notice given. Meetings will be published on the Council’s calendar and on […]

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Coronavirus – Guidance for businesses reopening

June 11, 2020

High street shops and stores are set to reopen once they are Coronavirus secure and can show customers they will be kept safe. The High Street will have signage to remind residents to maintain social distancing. Edenbridge Town Council has been liaising with Sevenoaks District Council (SDC) to ensure that the appropriate measures are in […]

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NEWSLETTER – June – Community Care and support during COVID-19 crisis

June 3, 2020

Click here to download a latest copy of the Town Council’s newsletter providing residents with an update during these unprecedented times, as well as something useful numbers. Remember to follow the government’s latest advice for social distancing and to remain aware! Stay safe and well

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Residents are asked to put their black and clear sacks out at 7am and their garden waste at 6.30am on their collection day – Dunbrik Household Waste Recycling Centre

May 24, 2020

Dunbrik Household Waste Recycling Centre: Following a fire at the Dunbrik Household Waste Recycling Centre and waste transfer station on Sunday (24 May 2020) there may be disruption to residents’ refuse and garden waste collections. Public access to the HWRC has been restored but remains ‘by appointment only’. This site is used by Sevenoaks District […]

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Edenbridge Town Council – Staying COVID-19 Secure in 2020

May 20, 2020

Under the revised Government guidelines for workers, all employers need to carry out COVID-19 risk assessments and published on its website. These Risk Assessments operate with the current health and safety employment and equalities legislation. Click here for the Office Risk Assessment Click here for the Groundstaff  Risk Assessment Click here for the Five Steps […]

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UPDATE ON HEVER ROAD FIELD

May 14, 2020

Please see below the latest from Sevenoaks District Council: The Council has today served an Article 4 on the land at Hever Road, Edenbridge. Many of you may have already seen them, but there are now orange sheets at the entrances to the footpaths on the land outlining what the Council have done. This information […]

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UPDATE ON COUNCIL MEETINGS

May 12, 2020

The current COVID-19 crisis and the Government measures that have been in place since 23 March, has meant that we have all had to adapt and change the way in which we work. As a result the Town Council took the decision to suspend all meetings whilst it swung in to action to co-ordinated the […]

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Household and Waste recycling centres ‘the tip’

May 11, 2020

From next Friday (May 15), Kent County Council’s Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) will open to the public for essential use. The sites will be open to the public between 9.00 am and 3.00 pm rather than the usual opening hours in order to allow for enhanced cleaning. Most sites will be open seven days […]

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Do you need support? ETC are here to help still

May 3, 2020

Since the announcement of lockdown 5 weeks ago, the Town Council responded immediately to provide support to our community. There have been difficult and challenging times for everyone. We believe it is appropriate to recognise the collective coming together of all the residents in Edenbridge who have been helping family, friends, and neighbours; and the […]

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NEWSLETTER – May – Community Care and support during COVID-19 crisis

April 28, 2020

Click here to download a copy of the Town Council’s latest newsletter providing residents with an update during these unprecedented times, as well as something useful numbers. Remember to follow the government’s latest advice for social distancing and not to make any unnecessary journeys – stay home! Stay safe and well

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NEWSLETTER – Community Care and Support during COVID-19 crisis

April 8, 2020

Click here to download a copy of the Town Council’s newsletter providing residents with an update during these unprecedented times, as well as something useful numbers. Remember to follow the government’s latest advice for social distancing and not to make any unnecessary journeys – stay home! Stay safe and well.  

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Residents urged to think twice before starting a bonfires

April 3, 2020

Residents across the Sevenoaks District are being asked to think of others and not light bonfires during the current Coronavirus outbreak. The effects of bonfires at this time are likely to be much more serious and have a bigger impact. The Coronavirus is known to cause serious respiratory problems, which could be made much worse […]

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EASTER BANK HOLIDAY RUBBISH RECYCLING & GARDEN WASTE COLLECTIONS

April 2, 2020

Despite the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak, Sevenoaks District Council is continuing to collect rubbish and recycling once a week and garden waste fortnightly. However, due to Easter bank holidays, there will be some changes to collection days across the District. Revised collection days are: •Good Friday, 10 April – this collection will take place the next […]

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HELP AVAILABLE FOR COUNCIL TAX PAYMENTS

Sevenoaks District Council are reassuring residents that help is available if they’re struggling with their Council Tax due to coronavirus. There are a number of ways residents can be supported, be that as simple as deferring payments for a couple of months or more fundamental financial assistance.  Anyone who either needs help now or suspects […]

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