Category Archives: Nature

PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO CYCLEPATH

Sometimes procedure in this country is as quaint as it is baffling. The inquiry concerning the Byway Open to All Traffic AE249 at Chilham (commonly known as Cycle Route 18) has just taken place at Chilham Village Hall. The inspector, … Continue reading

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RIVER CLEAN UP

The Trust for Conservation Volunteers are arranging a river clean up next Wednesday 22nd April. Anyone who’s interested can meet the organisers on the bridge in Wye at 9.45 am where they will be equipped with litter-pickers and bin-bags. This … Continue reading

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WYE VILLAGE POND 2030

All that rain made me think of watersports. Or water anyhow – because it was running in a river past the front door. So how about a pond rather than a river?  

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15/10 ENVIRONMENT MEETING

As I mentioned in my last post, I set up a meeting last Tuesday night to discuss possible environmental initiatives in the village. In total 12 people attended – including representatives from the Agricola Club, the Allotments, the Children’s Playing … Continue reading

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UPGRADING THE STOUR

Summertime and thoughts turn to the Stour. My children have swum in it today. And I would love there to be an outdoor bathing pool close to the village similar to that in Twyford. Before we get that far, however, … Continue reading

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WYE FOOD FESTIVAL

Congratulations and thanks to all those who’ve spent so much time and care planning the 3rd Wye Food Festival which is launched at the Farmers’ Market tomorrow with a beer tent, a bouncy castle and a beekeeping demonstration (a potentially … Continue reading

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NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANS

These draft masterplans from Mark Hanton have been displayed at Neighbourhood Plan workshops and exhibitions. I’m publishing them here so that they help inform the discussion on Monday night: Wye 1 and Northern Boundary Wye 2 and Southern boundary (2) … Continue reading

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