On Sunday 2nd February planting finally took place at the Hythe Community Orchard, Eaton Lands. Work on this project has been ongoing for some years and it is lovely to finally see the “fruits” of all the hard work put in by Hythe Civic Society and Hythe Environmental Community Group which was fully supported by […]
Remembrance Sunday Hythe Town Council shared with the entire nation its Annual Civic Parade and Service on Sunday 10th November 2019 at the War Memorial and was attended by the Right Worshipful Town Mayor of Hythe, Councillor Doug Wade, accompanied by Councillors, Past Mayors, Civic and Military Dignitaries. It was a beautiful sunny day and the […]
It was through a chance visit to Hythe Town Hall that retired policeman, Mr John Navarro, discovered a little known connection between Hythe and his native home, the island of Malta G.C. Mr Navarro, who retired after 30 years serving in the police force in Kent, was visiting Hythe and asked to go into […]
The Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, the Right Worshipful Mayor of Hythe and the Town Clerk attended the Speakers Day Service on Saturday 5th October at Winchelsea.
Hythe and District Countryside Volunteers have been continuing their exertions up at Eaton Lands, completing the widening of pathways and cutting back of brambles around the top of the old quarry. The pathways have been widened to double the size, with the brambles removed and the soil dug to assist with rainwater drainage. The […]
The Mayor of Hythe, Doug Wade, helped members of the Hythe Green Preservation Society, The Bumblebee Conservation Trust, the Shepway Community Day Care Centre and Hythe Home Education Group to spread wildflower seed in the North East corner of Hythe Green on Thursday 29th August, as part of a drive to develop and conserve wildlife […]
Plastic-Free Hythe and Sandgate It’s becoming clear to all of us that plastic pollution is a huge problem; littering streets and green spaces, and finding its way into seas and rivers. Every day millions of pieces of plastic enter the oceans killing marine mammals, turtles and seabirds. As a coastal community, many of us […]
Work has now begun on the annual mowing of the wildflower meadow. Many of you will have noticed the massive improvements to the meadow over the last few years, with a carefully managed programme of mowing and planting. With the help and advice from Hythe Civic Society and Dr Nikki Gammans of the Bumblebee Trust, […]