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An image relating to Financial support is half the story for welfare team
We are continuing to support residents who may be eligible for financial support - with a special focus on addressing some of the other issues which might cause difficulties.
An image relating to New scholarship to support local medical student
One local student doctor has been given an opportunity to receive financial support thanks to a new scholarship funded by Folkestone & Hythe District Council.
An image relating to New road to create Romney Marsh jobs boost
A contractor has been appointed to build the road accessing future business units on New Romney industrial estate.
An image relating to Business lockdown support scheme reopens
A scheme to help support businesses through lockdown restrictions has been reopened by Folkestone & Hythe District Council.
An image relating to Recycling: Let's break it down
With an increase in packaging, we are encouraging residents to dispose of cardboard, plastic and other waste properly.
An image relating to Folkestone Community Works brings cheer
Taylor Swift's chart-topping album wasn't the only Folklore introduced to the world in 2020.
An image relating to Folkestone beach huts set to be Triennial artwork
Celebrated artist Rana Begum has been revealed as the artist behind the impressive designs of the newly refurbished and repainted beach huts in Folkestone.
An image relating to Ecological work begins by the Royal Military Canal
Work has begun to improve the ecology of the northern bank of the Royal Military Canal for reptiles, bats and birds.
An image relating to Go ahead for action plan to reduce carbon emissions
A new Carbon Action Plan details ways in which F&HDC will take steps to reach zero carbon emissions by 2030.
An image relating to Community hubs supported as 2021/22 budget agreed
F&HDC has managed to balance its finances whilst supporting the most vulnerable during the pandemic and protecting frontline services.

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