News and Notices
ANNUAL POLICING SURVEY 2019
The PCC Matthew Scott wants to know how safe you feel where you live, and what matters to you.
Please click the button below to complete his short Annual Policing Survey 2019. www.kent-pcc.gov.uk/haveyoursay
The survey is anonymous, and the answers you give will assist the PCC in making decisions about policing priorities and spending. Thank you.
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS at Kent MOMI!
Meeting 18th July, 5-6:30pm.
Deal's new cinema and pre-cinema museum opened to the public on Friday 27th April, and now opens on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 11-6pm (May-Sept.) and 12-5pm (Oct.-April).
We are proud to say that we have had rave reviews from visitors and press alike. We hope we offer a happy and interesting environment to volunteers—and need more of you!
We need help with many things, but above all with:
Social media, especially web page maintenance, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Front Desk—welcoming people to the museum, selling tickets, orienting visitors.
Secretarial and research work, principally towards future exhibitions.
And unexpected tasks—especially gardening, and serving tea and coffee!
If interested, please come to a Meeting for Potential Volunteers, on Thursday 18th July
at the museum, 41 Stanhope Road, CT14 6AD, 5:00-6:30 pm.
Or email or call Joss, the Curator: firstname.lastname@example.org; 07773 482503.
Thank you to all the volunteers who have supplied and planted additional flowers and shrubs in our Sea Front Planters over the years.
However, Deal Town Council has now agreed that from this year they will not be needing any additional plants and are taking back the sole responsibility for all summer and winter planting in these Planters.
So, if any members of the public still have plants left in the planters from now or previous years, we kindly ask that they remove them by the 28th of June in preparation for the summer planting. Any remaining after this date will be taken out.
Once again, we thank you for your contribution, to our wonderful Town.
Please contact Deal Town Council on 01304 361999 or E: email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Worshipful Town Mayor of Deal 2019/2020
At the Annual meeting of the Council on Monday 13th May 2019 Cllr Eileen Rowbotham was elected as Chairman/Worshipful Town Mayor of Deal for the municipal year 2019/2020.
Cllr David Cronk was elected Vice Chairman/Deputy Town Mayor for the municipal year 2019/2020.
Air Pollution Campaign Launch - Deal Town Hall
On Tuesday 12th of March 2019 Deal Town Council held a public meeting at the Town Hall to launch its campaign to tackle air pollution caused by idling vehicle engines.
Deal Town Clerk, Lorna Crow, says: "The Town Council, cross party, agreed to develop and support a campaign to reduce air pollution outside schools and at certain road junctions. Pollution from cars and lorries has long been linked to asthma and other lung conditions. It is increasingly linked to heart conditions and dementia. It is also linked to man-made climate change. The Town Council is keen to reduce the local impact of vehicle air pollution."
The Town Council is looking for volunteers among the public to help get the message out that leaving your vehicle idling is damaging to everyone's health.
The Chairman of the Town Council's Transport and Infrastructure Committee says: "We looking to get the message out to youngsters through schools as they are among those who are most affected by air pollution. Primary school children's lungs are closer to car exhaust fumes than adults' lungs when they walk along the same pavement. But everybody can play their part in fighting air pollution."
If you would like to be involved please contact the Event Manager Joanne Harper for further information on firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also download this quick questionnaire and return it to Joanne so that we can contact you. Questionnaire
Holocaust Memorial Day: On Sunday 27th January 2019 Deal Town Council held their Annual Holocaust Memorial Day Commemoration which was very well attended by over 80 people from Deal and all over Kent.
South & South East in Bloom Awards 2018 Results:Following entries in the South & South East in Bloom Awards, Deal was presented with the Gold Award for Best Coastal Town. Awards were also received throughout the Town including Sandown Castle Community Garden Group, North Deal Park and St Georges Church
Middle Deal Road Consultation: On 24 July 2017 Deal Town Council's Transport Working Group held a public consultation meeting at the Town Hall regarding on-going traffic problems in Middle Deal Road, Southwall Road, Albert Road, Matthews close and the vicinity. If you would like an update please contact Deal Town Council's Transport and Infrastructure Committee via email at email@example.com
Patient Transport Service update for South Kent Coast Health Network - New service for people who cannot get to their NHS funded hospital or clinic appointment in any other way because of their medical or physical condition. Please click the following link for more information: Transport Service Update
Police Contact Points. For further information, please click on the following link: http://www.kent.police.uk/contact_us/pages/Dover_meetings.htmlhtml
Deal Town Council Foodbank collection point. For further information please click the following link: http://dealarea.foodbank.org.uk/
New Skills4Dover website provides training pathways for jobs of the future - Please click on the following link for further information: Skills4Dover
Beaches in the Dover District have excellent bathing water quality - Please click on the following link for more information: Making a splash about excellent bathing water standards
Fairtrade - Deal was awarded status as a Fairtrade Town, following several years of hard work from Deal Town Council's Fairtrade Working Group and the community. Information on some of the work they have accomplished is available at the following link: Fair Trade.doc Annual Report 2014-2015