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Residents are being reminded to avoid unnecessary travel to coastal areas and other popular open spaces.
An image relating to Memorial grounds closed to prevent COVID-19 spread
Folkestone & Hythe District Council has closed the grounds of its cemeteries and crematoriums until further notice in line with national advice.
An image relating to Volunteers make Doreen's 89th birthday extra special
Volunteers delivered a treat for a local resident by organising her cakes and serenading her with a birthday song.
An image relating to Volunteers rally around the vulnerable as hubs go live
Volunteers from all over the district have rallied around their communities, going the extra mile to help those in need during the COVID-19 outbreak.
An image relating to Personalised support made available for businesses
Folkestone & Hythe District Council has funded a tailor-made business support programme for local, independent retail and hospitality businesses which are facing difficulties during the coronavirus crisis.
An image relating to Crucial beach management work to begin
Essential beach management to protect the district's coastline is to commence from this week.
An image relating to Community hubs to support vulnerable residents
A network of community hubs have been set up across the district to support vulnerable residents during the COVID-19 situation.
An image relating to Civic Centre closed to prevent COVID-19 spread
Folkestone & Hythe District Council has closed the Civic Centre in Folkestone until further notice in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.
An image relating to COVID-19 UPDATE: Leader speaks about F&HDC response
Folkestone & Hythe Council Leader, Cllr David Monk, has assured residents that everything is being done to maintain services in the district.
An image relating to COVID-19 UPDATE: Events on council land to be cancelled
Events due to have been held on land owned by Folkestone & Hythe Council before 31 July 2020 have been cancelled.

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