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In a record-breaking year Gillingham Town Council is raising prestigious Green Flag Awards at three of the town’s public open spaces. The awards, an international quality mark for parks and green spaces, have …
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Gillingham Town Council has called for witnesses to come forward after acts of vandalism were carried out in broad daylight to parts of the town centre, including to a display to mark the …
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GILLINGHAM TOWN COUNCIL We are recruiting – come and join our friendly team FULL-TIME GROUNDS PERSON To carry out horticultural and grounds work on a variety of sites throughout Gillingham 37 hours per …
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Councillors have backed plans for a 4.16 percent increase in the Gillingham town precept, the local tax that forms a small part of residents’ council tax bill. The vote in principle for the …
Gillingham Town Council

GILLINGHAM TOWN COUNCIL An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our award winning friendly team We are looking for a highly motivated full time Horticultural Grounds Person to work on a variety of …
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Gillingham Town Council Annual Town Assembly Members of the public are invited to join The Annual Town Assembly on Wednesday 21st April 2021 at 7.30pm. The meeting will take place via MS Teams. …
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Gillingham Town Council Grant Applications invited for FY 2021/22 Gillingham Town Council awards grants annually to charitable and voluntary organisations that benefit the Gillingham community. We welcome applications for grants that will improve …
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The plans by property developers Fairfax to construct 85 new homes on a field off Common Mead Lane in Gillingham have been described as ‘desecration’ and ‘vandalism’ by a town councillor. On Monday …
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After a passionate debate, councillors have voted to increase Gillingham Town Council’s precept by 4.86 percent for the year 2021-2022. The resulting rise will mean that residents living in a band D property …