Fordwich Town Council

Fordwich Town Council

Welcome to Fordwich

We miss you all and hope to open the Town Hall up to you as soon as we can.

In the meantime we have been very busy taking this time to make much needed improvements. The decorator is in, painting inside and out (Just have a look at that newly painted fence), our volunteer gardeners have been busy planting the garden and we soon ready to put up our new signs around the hall.

 

Fordwich Town Hall was built around 1544 with strong suggestions it may be older.

It is a much loved building in Fordwich, looked after by Fordwich United Charities and our wonderful custodians.

Our knowledgeable custodians are keen to show you around and tell you about Fordwich Town Hall’s history, its importance and connection to the building of Canterbury Cathedral.

Fordwich Town Hall is still used today and we hold town council, trustee and custodian meetings here.

Did you know that you can get married here and, have your Civil Partnership here? Head over to the Weddings tab and find out more.

A suggested donation of £2 per person helps us to keep this wonderful building open to the public.

Please note that we have a newly installed lift enabling us to welcome even more visitors.

Want to hire Fordwich Town Hall for your special event? Contact our Events Manager; sarah.fordwichevents@gmail.com for more information.

 

Welcome to Fordwich

Corona virus COVID-19 information

For all information relating to the government advise on the Corona virus (COVID-19) please click here.

For information from the NHS regarding the Corona virus (COVID-19) please click here.

If you live in Fordwich or nearby and need help or can offer help please contact Chris Fris on chrisfris1@gmail.com or tel 07522 480284.

Chris, a local resident had a career as a specialist teacher of learning and behaviour in secondary schools both in Canterbury, Kent and Auckland, New Zealand.

KENT TOGETHER – HELPLINE LAUNCHED BY KENT COUNTY COUNCIL

A 24-hour helpline has been set up to support vulnerable people in Kent who need urgent help, supplies or medication.

You can contact the Kent Together helpline at www.kent.gov.uk/KentTogether  or by calling on 03000 41 92 92. It is a 24-hour service.

Kent County Council also has a page on its website answering frequently asked questions and the very latest Coronavirus information on its service updates page.

Visit www.kent.gov.uk

Seniors Helping Seniors has been able to maintain services throughout this extraordinary period.

We have local experienced carers covering Fordwich to help with elderly care in peoples’ homes.

The hourly fee £24.60 includes VAT and paying above the Living Wage to our amazing carers.

·  This information may also be useful for people seeking work/to use their care experience to help others during the crisis.

More info here https://canterbury.seniorshelpingseniors.co.uk or call me on my mobile 07802 229050 with any questions

 

 

Welcome to Fordwich

We hope to hold the next Civic Service on the 19th September 2021 at 3.00pm and you are all invited to join.

Canterbury Bishop Rt Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin has kindly agreed to attend and we wish her and all of you a very warm welcome.

 

 

Send us Your Fordwich News!

Do you have a event? A news item? Or something else going in Fordwich? Then send it to us here & we may be able to publish it on our site!

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