Public Health England
Public Health England (PHE) provides regular updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19). Click on the blue bar above for more information and the most up-to-date advice).
GOV.UK is the UK government's central web portal, which provides direct access across the range of government services and information. (Click on the blue bar above for more information).
FixMyStreet makes it very easy for you to report a problem anywhere - even if you don't know which body is responsible for fixing the problem, and you don't have time to find out. Just report potholes, faulty street lights, blocked drains, flooding, fly tipping - and so on, and FixMyStreet service will do the rest for you. FixMyStreet also maps the problems online, so you can monitor progress. (Click on the blue bar above for more information).
Report faults and issues directly to either Ashford Borough Council or Kent County Council.(Click on the blue bar above for more information).
A-Z of Services
A to Z list of services and information provided by Wye with Hinxhill Parish Council, Ashford Borough Council and Kent County Council, and other organisations where available. Wye Parish Council is not responsible for the accuracy of information on external sites.(Click on the blue bar above for more information).
Wye Surgery is an established doctor's practice with a purpose-built surgery, which treats minor injuries on weekdays for registered patients, and offers minor surgery under local anesthetic and a wide range of other clinics, medical support and dispensing services. Wye Surgery serves a patient catchment area of around 125 square miles. (Click on the blue bar above for more information).
United Wye Benefice
Rural Crime Network
The National Rural Crime Network is working to see greater recognition and understanding of the problems and impact of crime in rural areas so more can be done to keep people safer. Funded by the Home Office, the National Rural Crime Network (NRCN) looks at innovative ways to reduce crime in rural areas, provides information and support for rural communities, and share best practice.(Click on the blue bar above for more information).
Assets of Community Value
An Asset of Community Value (ACV) is defined as 'A building or other land is an asset of community value if its main use has recently been or is presently used to further the social wellbeing or social interests of the local community and could do so in the future. The Localism Act states that 'social interests' include cultural, recreational and sporting interests.' The designation process to register an ACV is set out in the Assets of Community Value (England) Regulations 2012.