Welcome to Kent Association of Local Councils




 National Covid-19 Update

   ·        Latest information on coronavirus:  https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

  ·      Coronavirus communication materials: https://coronavirusresources.phe.gov.uk/

  ·       FAQ from the Cabinet Office:


·       National lockdown: what you need to know:


 Raising Awareness about Vaccine Fraud 


 For the latest information on coronavirus, including the current situation in the UK, visit the NHS Website

To learn about the Government response, visit GOV.UK

For the latest news on coronavirus in Kent, visit the Kent County Council website 

For the latest news releases and updates from the Kent Resilience Forum, visit the Kent Prepared Website at  https://www.kentprepared.org.uk/all-news


KALC Office closure and continued support to Member Councils and Parish Meetings.   

From Monday 23rd March 2020, the KALC office will be closed.  All staff will be working from home.   

The KALC main office telephone is temporarily out of operation. For general enquiries please email kalc@kentalc.gov.uk 

  To contact any of the KALC staff, please click here 

For KALC and NALC material relating to COVID-19 please log in to the KALC members area or NALC

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About Us

The Kent Association is a not for profit membership organisation serving member Parish, Town and Community Councils and Parish Meetings (Local Councils) in Kent and Medway. Our membership is currently 313 out of a total of 321. Membership is open to all Local Councils in Kent and Medway for a subscription agreed at the Annual Meeting. As the first tier of local government closest to their communities, Local Councils have a key role to play in shaping their localities with the Government's drive to devolve power and decision making to local people through the Localism Act 2011, the Cities and Local Government Devolution Act 2016 and changes in the Audit Framework, it is becoming increasingly important that Councillors and Clerks are better informed and are provided with the tools and knowledge to help them undertake their roles as efficiently and effectively as they can.


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