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Iwade News  on Thursday 28 August 2014
Click on the Swale logo to read the full application online ...
School Lane Iwade Rec, Pavilion etc. Planning Application
The "Application for reserved matter for recreation area including 2 football pitches, pavilion, play area and associated hard and soft landscaping", for what we know as the "School Lane rec" is now online and comments are due by 1st September 2014. Comments by email to planningsupport@midkent.gov.uk, by telephone to 01622 602736 or by mail to Mid Kent Planning Support, Maidstone House, King Street, Maidstone ME15 6JQ quoting ref 14/501060/REM. You can also comment online.Click on the Swale Borough Council on the left for the online planning application.
Click on the image to go to the Broadband blog.
Broadband Cabinet in Ferry Road has reached capacity!
Following reports of some residents not being able to get broadband, IV pursued this with Openreach as superfast broadband should be available for all Iwade residents. It transpires that the Ferry Road cabinet has reached its capacity of 288 connections and an additional cabinet is now required. Click on the image to go to our Broadband page and scroll down to the broadband map. If you are in the white area and are unable to currently get broadband that probably explains it. IV is on the case as are Openreach who have just been on the phone. Watch this space for more information as it becomes available.
Help deliver Iwade's fave community mag!
Free Monthly Exercise!
The Iwade Observer Distribution Team are looking for 2 new volunteer deliverers! One for the new Hillreed/Persimmon development which is approximately 40 copies at the moment and one for the round Ferry Rd, Grovehurst Rd which is 42 copies. Would you like to help? Contact Stephen Plumb by email at captainplumby@btinternet.com or on 07905 040 119. Thank you, you know you want to!
Callum Park is offering 4 sessions for £40 thanks to sport funding
Sport Funded Learn to Ride Offer at Callum Park
Learn to ride at Callum Park on the edge of Iwade this summer (on Basser Hill just off School Lane Iwade) for £40 for 4 sessions thanks to sport funding. Click on the image to read full details :-)
Click on the image to read the July Iwade Observer online :-)
July Iwade Observer Online!
A big thank you to Mel McDonald for editing this month's Observer, with a surprise 3 lots of Parish Council Minutes to edit! And thank you to Ben Marsh-Allen and Rynn Kemp for volunteering to join the Observer team and inspiring us with their enthusiasm. Ben is graduating this year from the University of Kent and Rynn moved to Iwade last year and is retired. Welcome both, Mel and I look forward to working with you on the September issue. Click on the image to read the July Observer online, before it's even been emailed to the printer. Now you really did read it here first!
Do you know anything that could help the police?
Burglary in The Street Iwade
According to Kent Community Messaging, overnight between 20th and 21st May 2014 various items were stolen during a burglary in The Street Iwade. If you have any information that could help investigators please contact Kent police on telephone number 101 and quote the Crime Number XY/017809/14.
We're liking this month's colours Mel!
June Iwade Observer now online!
A massive thank you to Mel McDonald who worked tirelessly again this month to get the Observer to the printers. If you'd like to help out with the Observer, sourcing articles and prepping and proofing them when we do get them then contact Nicola at observer@iwadevillage.co.uk or on 01795 439892. We are a 2 person team currently hence the 4 pager for May so if you can spare a few hours a month and are computer literate we'd be glad to have you! Click on the image to read yours online.
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Thank you to Dr Thomas Reichhelm, Managing Director of Malling Health who run Iwade Health Centre, for the latest update on Iwade Health Centre. Click on more to read what Dr Reichhelm has to say.