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Summer 2021 (August 2021) Tenterden Town Council Newsletter 
Covid-19 magnificent volunteers and recovery plan for businesses, Protecting the Town  (planning, environment, green spaces), Finance and tax (getting the best deal for residents, Annual Report 2020/21, Getting back to business, Confident local entrepreneurs buck the trend, Picnics and Parking, Traffic, Council combats new Government planning scheme, Tenterden Neighbourhood Plan, Our new mayor, Tenterden Recreation Ground planning application, Residents asked to support Town Hall loan, Tenterden Cinema, Village Hall and Recreation Ground improvements for St Michaels, Helping in Tenterden, Changing Places, Crime, Budget, Climate Change
Spring 2021 Tenterden Town Council Newsletter 
Climate Change/Committee gets to work, Environmental Responsibility, Tenterden Neighbourhood Plan, Limes Land Footpath Campaigners, Bringing our Town Hall into the Green Era, Wildlife Watch and Pond Dipping Platform for Kiln Field Nature Reserve, Bid to Protect Ancient Oak, Watch out there's a hedgehog about, new handcrafted gavel, Summer Flower Displays, Tenterden Leisure Centre roof, Major Projects - the facts and figures, Picnic tables, extension to free parking as pandemic eases, East Cross Clinic, Covid criminals, Kent Police information, Tenterden ranked number three in major survey of 1,000 shopping destinations across UK
December 2020 Tenterden Town Council Newsletter
Mayor's Christmas message, Tenterden Wesleyan Methodist Church national award, local interest directory, Council seeks land for allotments, new Town Council maintenance facility, work continues on 3 key projects (Recreation Ground, Town Hall, Cinema), new homes in Tenterden, the spirit of positivity, youth funding, climate change targets in Tenterden, Council steps in to help Santa and the Kent & East Sussex Railway, Tenterden Food Bank and the Big Wrap, Town Council meeting schedule 2021, contacting the Town Council 
September 2020 Tenterden Town Council Newsletter 
A unique plan for challenging times, The unprecedented challenge posed by Covid-19 demanded a unique plan of action from the Town Council to help the town towards recovery and renewal; new Town Centre and Tourism Coordinator Keli Nolan-Lyons; Volunteer helpers; Plans for New Homes under careful scrutiny; Tenterden Neighbourhood plan update; Key projects a step nearer (Recreation Ground, Town Hall, Cinema); Affordable Homes; new disabled loos; keeping our bees buzzing; good progress on repairs to the Town Hall; carbon neutral Tenterden
May 2020 Town Council Newsletter
Defending, protecting, promoting Tenterden Town, how Tenterden Town Council has worked with Ivy Court Surgery to combat Covid-19, town budget on track, climate change, honouring our responsibilities, Tenterden a great place to live and work - Town Centre co-ordinator, supporting local events, keeping crime low, wildlife and wild flowers, flowers and shrubs, investing in the young, football in focus, Tenterden cycleway, Henry Edwards Honorary Freedom of the Town, Mayor's ball fundraiser, Planning - fighting our corner, progress on our four major projects - cinema, recreation ground, town hall, IT, archive exhibition, Town Council meeting schedule
January 2020 Town Council Newsletter
Investment and Savings in Town Budget; Archive Exhibition to run again; Mayors Ball raises charity cash; Town projects to feature in February exhibition: Tenterden Cinema, Recreation Ground, Town Hall; Henry Edwards - Freedom of the Town; a Real Voice on Planning, Community Land Trust; Planning issues; Ivy Court Surgery support; Wildflower verges 
Autumn 2019 Town Council Newsletter 
Skate park the priority, football in focus, new CCTV cameras cut crime, Council continues discussions over Bowls Club plans, Tenterden Celebrates its Civic history, new reports commissioned for Cinema project, urgent repairs for Town Hall, festival fun for 2020, message from the Mayor, cycling, plans in progress for tourism and trade strategy, planning, Council website, grant for Town's first nature habitat, Council responds to speeding concerns with new SID (speed indicator device) purchase, shops and offices plan for Station Road site, backing for Tenterden's youth, new councillor, meeting schedule
June 2019 Town Council Mini Newsletter
Green campaign and local plan designed to halt more house building, new Mayor Jean Curteis, Town budget, new councillors, Town projects update (Recreation Ground, Cinema, Town Hall, public halls)
Winter 2019 Winter Newsletter
Do you want to become a Town Councillor, You can help keep Tenterden green, Strong opposition to plans for new homes, New Cycle Routes, 3G pitch at Homewood School, Focus Group plans on track, Cinema, Town Hall, Recreation Ground, public halls, Buses hit the rails, Town Centre Manager, Christmas Market, Putting your priorities into action, Keep Tenterden a safe, low-crime town, NHS Plans, How we spent the Community Chest cash, Meetings Schedule
June 2018 Town Council Newsletter
New homes, community transport, Tenterden CCTV, drugs and anti-social behaviour, police forum, focus groups, keeping fit, grants, Mayor's message, new town councillors, contact the Town Council, SID (speed indicator device), community chest funds, town council meetings
January 2018 Mini Newsletter 
Cinema plans update, Keeping our buses, Town budget, public engagement, vandals action, Christmas Market, Friday market, Green areas, Councillor vacancy, Mayor's fundraising, Community Chest, Have your say on planning
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