Conservatives have won 67 of the 81 seats at Kent County Council (22 more than in the elections four years ago). Here in the Shepway area they won Cheriton, Sandgate & Hythe East, Elham valley, Folkestone East, Folkestone West and Romney Marsh and came within 190 votes of winning Hythe West.
In this party election broadcast, Theresa May says, ‘… at every election whether local, regional or national, every single vote for my local candidates and my party the Conservatives is a vote for strong and stable leadership in the national interest….
This week has seen two events to improve understanding between the local council and the Nepalese community. On 24 April representatives from the Nepalese community visited the Civic Centre to see a presentation on the work of Shepway District Council and on 28 April the Folkestone Nepalese Comm
District Councillors Jan Holben and David Owen were among those who turned out for the Folkestone Choral Society on 14 April at the Leas Cliff Hall. It is a long established tradition that the Folkestone Choral Society give a concert on Good Friday but this was a special concert as it was the fi
At a meeting held at The Grand in Folkestone on 21 April, Folkestone and Hythe Conservatives adopted Damian Collins as their Prospective Parliamentary Candidate in the forthcoming General Election. On being asked if he was still a ‘Remainer’, Damian who had campaigned for Remain at the Referendu
District and County Councillors Jenny Hollingsbee and Susan Carey attended a special service of the Elham Valley branch of the Royal British Legion on Saturday 22 April in Lyminge. The service was of dedication of a new branch standard and the laying up of the old branch standard.
Elections for Kent County Council are taking place on 04 May and nominations to stand closed on 04 April. The Conservatives are the only party to be fielding candidates in each of the 81 seats (see them at www.kentconservatives2017.uk )
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