Water flowing down the surface of Coldharbour Lane for over half a mile into Wye alerted residents to the fault. South East Water responded quickly to an online fault report and KCC Highways closed the road at Coldharbour crossroads. The direct route between Wye and Hastingleigh may have to remain closed until Monday 25th January, to enable contractors to repair a water main. The main has burst in... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 21 Jan 2021 22:29 by Admin
Olantigh Road, Naccolt Road, Wye Road (Coldharbour Lane, Hastingleigh Road) and Bockham Lane are all scheduled for closure during the forthcoming week. Harville Road will remain open, but be traffic controlled to enable drain clearance works. However, as the schools will remain closed there should be less traffic through Wye than normal.
Olantigh Road will close for up to three days from 09.00 Sunday... Read More »
Posted: Sat, 02 Jan 2021 23:30 by Admin
KCC Highways has closed Wye Road / Coldharbour Lane to through traffic, west of the junction with Cow Lees / Staple Lees. This temporary road closure is necessary to enable South East Water contractors to reinstate previous excavation works. The estimated completion date is Thursday 4th June 2020. Though, KCC warns that the timings may change for various reasons, including the current coronavirus situation.... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 02 Jun 2020 09:00 by Admin
Thanks to the generosity of everyone involved, Wye and District raised a total of £6,860.60 for the 2016 Poppy Appeal, during the year to the end of September. Yesterday, 40 volunteers started collecting door-to door for the 2017 Poppy Appeal.
The record sum raised in 2016 reflects the strong local support and combined donations of thousands of residents, and all the people who host collection... Read More »
Posted: Sun, 29 Oct 2017 18:00 by Admin
The Returning Officer declared the result of the poll in the Ashford Rural East division, with votes cast as follows, in alphabetical order: Clair Bell, (Conservative Party) 2,621 (Elected); Stuart Dove, (Liberal Democrats) 686; Lyn Martin, (Labour Party) 429; Geoff Meaden (Green Party) 350; and Pat Purnell (UKIP) 269
The turnout was 35.1% from a total total electorate of 12,404. The total number of... Read More »
Posted: Sat, 06 May 2017 08:00 by Admin