HEVER STATION – Passenger benefit fund. What do passengers want £30,000 to be spent on? Tell us your ideas!
GTR has set up a Passenger Benefit fund totalling £15m following the disruption faced by passengers in Summer 2018 to be used to provide tangible benefits for passengers. £30,000 of that has been allocated to improve Hever Station. Hever Parish Council and Hever Residents Assoc. regularly work together on many projects for the Hever community we wish to promote this fund to local passengers and co-ordinate a response.Continue reading
Tuesday 7th May 7.30pm Hever Parish Council Annual General Meeting, Hever village hall (full Agenda will be on website and noticeboards the week before) All most welcome.
Thursday 23rd May Hever Parish Council Annual Assembly – doors open 6pm, speakers from 7.30pm. Four Elms village hall. All most welcome – speakers to include Dr. Morrison (to update on Edenbridge Medical centre plans), English Rural Housing Association (Affordable housing provider). Displays on what achieved during the last year and suggestions gratefully received for plans for the next year/s. Come and meet your Councillors. Refreshments provided.
All of May – Waitrose green tokens – please support the ongoing renovation of Four Elms playground! We are hoping to purchase more sensory equipment for youngsters – which will especially help those with sensory impairments. Thank you for your support.
and finally, to advise that 9 of the 10 existing Hever Parish Councillors have been re – elected (uncontested) to Hever Parish Council. So a huge thanks to them for volunteering their time and efforts for a further 4 years. These are totally unpaid roles and we owe them much for trying to improve life for our Community.
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The Parish Council have spent many years saving and grant sourcing to be able to entirely replace the outdated play equipment in the only public space in Four Elms village. It is located behind the primary school and is used daily by school children and locals.
A new rural ground surface has been installed (GrassLok under the turf) and the 1960’s metal play equipment has been replaced to make an inclusive play space for under and over 5’s. This includes sensory play items so that the playground is inclusive to all.