Tuesday 30th June 2020

Issue 1778

Please note: Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions. We will continue to circulate the newsletter containing news headlines and important information.

The latest crime reports were from Saturday 14th March (newsletter issue 1747).
We will return to our normal service as soon as the situation changes.
We are sorry for any disappointment this may cause.

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Checked : Tuesday 30th June. Updated : Tuesday 30th June

  • Have you seen missing Ashford man?
  • Multiple incidents of arson in Swanley
  • Renewed witness appeal following fatal collision in Darenth
  • Witness appeal following a serious injury collision in Edenbridge
  • Man missing from Tonbridge found safe and well
  • CCTV appeal – threats at Aylesford supermarket
  • Appeal following arsons in Tunbridge Wells
  • Officers appeal for witnesses to Leysdown beach assault
  • Suspicious Ramsgate fire under investigation

Checked : Tuesday 30th June. Updated : Tuesday 30th June

  • Theft and assault at Maidstone supermarket
  • More than 100 people moved on by police tackling ASB in Whitstable
  • Gravesend woman charged with phone theft burglaries
  • Man charged with murder of Luke Sullivan in Medway
  • Men claiming to be police officers target elderly Dartford residents
  • Chatham man charged with rucksack robbery
  • Suspected drug dealers charged after warrant in Folkestone
  • Kent Police backs national seatbelt campaign
  • Closure order for Dover flat used by drug dealers

Checked : Tuesday 30th June. Updated : Monday 29th June

  • Field fire in Ashford
  • Woodland fire in Chestfield, Whitstable
  • Car fire at motorway services near Gillingham
  • Shed fire in Sittingbourne
  • Shed and fence fire in Maidstone
  • Conservatory fire in Herne Bay
  • Domestic property fire in Tunbridge Wells
  • Outbuilding fire in Canterbury

Checked : Tuesday 30th June. Updated : Friday 26th June

  • £1.6 million awarded for active travel schemes
  • Kent County Council set to trial sustainable graphene asphalt on roads
  • Consultation for puffin crossing in Westgate-on-Sea

Checked : Tuesday 30th June. Updated : Friday 26th June

  • New warning about post-lockdown travel scams

Checked : Tuesday 30th June. Updated : Friday 26th June

  • UK Finance warns consumers to beware of Coronavirus holiday scams

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Coronavirus Advice From Which?

Get the latest news and advice on COVID-19, from protecting yourself and your loved ones to the financial support on offer and how to shop safely

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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When Will Pubs, Restaurants And Hairdressers Reopen?

Hair cuts, beer gardens and cinema trips could be on the cards soon for many

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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10 Things You Should Never Put In Your Microwave

We reveal the items that you should avoid heating up in your microwave and why, plus what to do instead

Click HERE for full details on the Consumers' Association (Which?) website.

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Message From Adam Sackett The East Kent NhW Liaison Officer

Kent Police backs national seatbelt campaign

Click HERE for full details on the e-watch website.


Road Works

Sevenoaks and Swanley

Checked : Tuesday 30th June. Updated : Monday 29th June

  • Council offices reopen to the public

There are no crimes reported today.
Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Please see the note at the top of the page.


Road Works

Tonbridge and Malling

There are no crimes reported today.
Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Please see the note at the top of the page.


Road Works

Tunbridge Wells

There are no crimes reported today.
Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Please see the note at the top of the page.


Road Works

Maidstone

Checked : Tuesday 30th June. Updated : Friday 26th June

  • Council team help speed up hospital discharges

There are no crimes reported today.
Our volunteers are unable to include the crime reports in our updates because of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Please see the note at the top of the page.