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Dynamic Councillor Workshops 2019

Published: 18 Mar 19

KALC is pleased to launch its Post Election Learning and Development Programme... Read More...

External Auditor Update

Published: 18 Mar 19

PKF Littlejohn LLP Webinar update and 2018/2019 Year End Processes. Read More...

Call for More Councillors

Published: 7 Feb 19

Call for more councillors in Kent Read More...

KCC Bus Service Feedback Form

Published: 5 Feb 19

You can use this form to give feedback on: the support KCC provide issuing bus passes, home to school transport and subsidising some bus services provided by other bus operators. Read More...

Make a Change, Become a Local Councillor

Make a Change, Become a Local Councillor

Published: 28 Jan 19

The Chairman of the Kent Association of Local Councils (KALC), Cllr Sarah Barker, is calling on residents passionate about their community to stand in the local elections in 2019. Read More...

2019 Pothole Blitz Gets Underway

2019 Pothole Blitz Gets Underway

Published: 22 Jan 19

After a relatively mild winter – so far – Kent County Council has once again launched its pothole blitz for 2019. Read More...

Upcoming Events

Dynamic Councillor Workshop

Published: 18 Mar 19

Saturday 1 June 2019 at Lenham Community Centre. Morning Event Read More...

Dynamic Councillor Workshop

Published: 18 Mar 19

Wednesday 26 June 2019. Herne Centre Morning Event Read More...

Dynamic Councillor Workshop

Published: 18 Mar 19

Tuesday 1 July 2019. Stone Pavilion. Afternoon Event Read More...

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About Us

The Kent Association is a not for profit membership organisation serving member Parish and Town Councils and Parish Meetings (Local Councils) in Kent and Medway. Our membership is currently 303 out of a total of 316. 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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