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Working for Wye - past, present and future
Key facts about Wye
Who we are
Parish Clerk and Parish Manager
Deputy Parish Clerk
What we do
Register of Disclosable Pecuniary Interests
Where we are - parish map
Wye Planning Applications
Village Design Statement
Wye Local Housing Needs
AONB Management Plan
Agenda and minutes
Parish Council meetings
Parish burial ground
Access to information
Parish e-newsletter back numbers
Data protection and privacy
Contact the Parish Council
Wye Community Warden
Halls for Hire
Wye Flood Working Group
How the Wye Flyer works
Wye Flyer - who benefits?
What is community transport?
Wye Almshouse Charity
What is an almshouse?
Wye Playing Field Charity
Our Place Wye
The Broad Vision
Age Inclusive Activities
How Our Place Wye started
Contact Our Place Wye
About "That little bit of help"
How to avoid catching and spreading coronavirus
Link to GOV.UK
Fix My Street
A-Z of services
United Wye Benefice
Rural Crime Network
Assets of Community Value
Nothing stops a Coffee Morning! Host one via a video call, or a socially distanced cuppa and cake in the garden. Click here to help people living with cancer
If you travel by train, wear a face mask throughout your journey or risk a £3,200 fine. Travel off-peak if possible. Click here to find out more
Wye MUGA has reopened after resurfacing treatment.
Feeling unwell and not sure why? Don’t wait – get a COVID-19 test. It’s quick and free. CALL 119 NOW. You could be infecting others... www.nhs.uk
New Southeastern rail timetable from Monday 7th September. Click here for details
95% of ADULTS AGREE: 'it is important to me that heritage buildings and places are well looked after.' Office of National Statistics
AONBs are equivalent to National Parks in terms of their landscape quality, scenic beauty - and their planning status.
Are you at risk from flu? A quick flu jab will protect you from serious complications and spreading infection to others
Back to school week. Check here for Kent Traffic live info - incidents, congestion, road closures and to view live CCTV cameras
Computer eyestrain? Try the '20-20-20' rule - every 20 minutes look into the distance at least 20 feet for at least 20 seconds
Seen a crime? Report it anonymously to Kent Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 Calls are free, 24/7
How secure are you online? Click here for 10 top tips from Kent Police - and make your identity harder to steal.
Listed Building, or a Scheduled Monument? Click here to see Historic England's online map