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A lifeline alarm, which can be fashionably worn on your wrist or as a pendant is a service provided in East Kent by Canterbury City Council's CCTV control room, 24 hours a day and 365 days a year. Having a lifeline alarm would help you or a family member feel safe and independent in the home.
To book your free demonstration or to make an enquiry please call 01227 862540 or visit www.lifeline.canterbury.gov.uk
There was no election held in Littlebourne this May. There were only 7 candidates who stood for the 9 vacancies. These 7 were duly elected as Councillors for Littlebourne, we have since co-opted 1 more. We now still have one vacancy, for which we can co-opt a suitable person onboard.
If you would be inetrested in joining the Parish Council please contact the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and an informal chat.
Dog Fouling seems to be on the increase in the village. Most dog owners are responsible and clean up after their dogs however there seems to be small minority that just leave it on the pavements and the Recreation ground. This then ends up on shoes and pushchair wheels and is very unpleaesant, never mind a health hazard.
It is very hard to catch people not clearing up after their dog, but if you do see someone you can report them through the City Councils website.
The current Layout PLan and indicative landscaping plan can been seen by clicking on the below documents.