Lower Thames Crossing Public Meeting

A public meeting, attended by around 140 residents, was held at Shorne Village Hall on Thursday 11th May. Bob Lane gave a presentation about the flawed nature of the consultation process, which included directly conflicting information from Highways England and the Transport Ministers, and which discounted the responses from 13,240 people opposed to Option C.  […]

Government chooses Option C with Western Southern Link road (WSL)

On 12th April 2017, the Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling MP announced the Government’s decision to locate the Lower Thames Crossing east of Gravesend. The Parish Council is very disappointed, although not entirely surprised by this decision, since variations of Option C were the only choices option offered during the consultation.  Perhaps the […]

Trees and Shrubs Obstructing Footpaths

Please make sure your trees and shrubs don’t obstruct footpaths Please note that it is the home occupier’s responsibility to make sure that their shrubs, bushes and trees don’t obstruct footpaths, roads, and other public rights of way.  If you have any shrubs, bushes or trees adjacent to public rights of way, please take the […]

The Latest Litter Patrol in Shorne

Another great job by Shorne’s Litter Patrol Volunteers! 33 volunteers took part in our litter patrol on Saturday 4th March 2017, collecting approximately 90 sacks of discarded cans, bottles, and sundry litter, plus a huge amount of fly tipped rubbish! Pictured below are just some of the local volunteers who took part, together with photos […]