Working for Wye - past, present and future

Community Matters

Wye Community Warden

Police emergency numbers 999 and 101

Police non-emergency number

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

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Community resources

Wye working groups and projects

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.

The Parish Council is developing a Highways Improvement Plan (HIP) to present to KCC Highways for action. Wye Moves is a Working Group formed to help assess and prioritise the many highways-related issues in Wye, and gather evidence for the HIP.

A project to commemorate the parish casualties from both world wars, and the 15 airmen killed while serving at Wye Aerodrome, with a living memorial tree for each man lost. Though fading from living memory, their sacrifices continue to resonate with new generations.

Wye charities and community interest companies

A summary of the registered charities and community interest companies (CIC) that serve in Wye

Wye Almshouse Charity

Wye Children's Playing Field Charity

Our Place Wye CIC


Last updated: Sat, 21 Nov 2020 19:04