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Wye Community Warden

Police non-emergency number

The crime rate in Wye is low. Most of the reported incidents are minor anti-social acts, but prevention is better than cure. Wye is fortunate to have Richard Sinden as its Community Warden. He is one of the most experienced wardens in Kent, and has a wealth of local knowledge.

Wye Breathes is a new 'citizen science' public health project, designed to enable volunteers to monitor air quality. The Parish Council is working in partnership with Wye Active and the University of Kent, Centre for Health Services Studies.

Wye Flyer is a new community transport project to complement public transport services. The aim is to provide two minibuses for use by Wye primary school, community groups and residents. The project will train a pool of volunteer drivers and is a partnership between the Parish Council and the Friends of Lady Joanna Thornhill Primary School.