Golding Homes has provided funding to the Citizens Advice Medway Bureau’s ‘hug your hospital’ appeal which aims to provide support and special treats to NHS staff from Medway Foundation Trust.
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As lockdown restrictions ease further from this weekend, health chiefs in Kent and Medway are urging people to take responsibility for keeping COVID-19 at bay.
We are supporting the NHF's Rural Housing Week, to help reinforce the message that housing is vital for the survival of rural communities and services.
We are delighted to have been able to support The Princess Project with their Totcycle scheme, thanks to funding allocated from our Community Chest Fund.
Kent County Council's children and young people’s counselling service now includes bereavement support to help children and young people in Kent who experience complicated grief because of Covid-19.
As the restrictions for Coronavirus gradually lift, Maidstone Borough Council is reopening many areas.
The government has recently changed its guidance on working in people’s homes. This means we are now able to make more repair appointments and action those outstanding repairs that were reported before lockdown.
We have seen a huge increase in fly-tipping across our neighbourhoods since lockdown began. Our teams are seeing more cases of non-domestic waste being dumped in communal bin areas and on our estates.
A Maidstone job-seeker has found employment again after two Kent housing providers and the Maidstone Job Centre joined forces.
Scammers are constantly coming up with new ways to target people, whether this is on the doorstep, via text, phone, or online. We would like to make you aware of possible scam attempts, and urge you to protect yourself and others during this difficult time.