The five men who died at Camber Sands have now been named.
They are Kenugen Saththiyanathan, 18, and his brother Kobikanthan Saththiyanathan, 22 both of Normandy Way, Erith and their friends Nitharsan Ravi, 22 of Admaston Road, Plumstead, Inthushan Sriskantharasa, 23 of Chadwell Road, Grays and Gurushanth Srithavarajah, 27 of Elsa Road, Welling. Continue reading Five men who died at Camber have been named
Letter from Sellindge & District Residents Association
THE GREAT UNTRUTH Part 2.
You will recall our post of 13th August from a Monks Horton Parish Councillor telling of the ‘Great Untruth’ as performed by the Leader of Shepway District Council, David Monk on BBC Radio Kent.
Well, to our amazement, a reply was received, admittedly, after a prompt of 6 days of deafening silence. Is this the same David Monk that constantly invites residents to contact him to raise points relating to the proposed 12,000 sprawl housing estate. Councillor Monk even stated clearly ‘on air’ for residents to speak with him.
The Great Untruth occurred when Councillor Monk stated that a question posed by Parish Councillor Les Barratt to 27 Parish Councillors at the Civic Centre took the form of ‘Who thought it was a bad idea to build a new town at Otterpool’. – No hands were raised. Continue reading Did District Council Leader David Monk Deceive the People of Kent?
A Newsletter from Sellindge & District Residents Association.
DEMOCRACY IN SHEPWAY IS DEAD.
It wouldn’t have escaped your notice that we have absolutely no official voice when it comes to ‘having our say’ in the way our communities and villages are shaped and developed in the future.
This week, our District Council, Shepway, revealed the content of the Expression of Interest’ document that has already been sent to central Government to develop a New Town of 12,000 houses. Prior to the ‘Expression of Interest’ being sent, the SDC Cabinet held a meeting on 8th June to vote on taking this development forward. It was no surprise to us that the vote was unanimous in favour. But isn’t this democracy working for the good of the residents? It would Continue reading Sellindge Village v Shepway District Council
Appeal for motorcyclist witnesses to Winchelsea road rage collision
Police are appealing for witnesses particularly two motorcyclists who may have seen a road rage collision on the A259 at Winchelsea.
On Sunday 31 July at around 2.20pm a collision happened on the A259 Winchelsea on Tanyard Lane near to the junction of Strand Hill. This involved a lorry with a trailer carrying fairground equipment and a Ford Transit van. Continue reading Road Rage at Winchelsea