Without a reduction in the speed limit, Elm Lane [Minster] presents as a potential death trap!

Minster-on-Sea Parish Councillor John Stanford, Vice-Chairman of the Planning and Transportation Committee met with concerned, local resident Mr David Brown at Elm Lane this week to see for himself the serious risks presented by the current 60 mph speed limit and voice his support of the Parish Councils’ campaign for a reduction to a 20 […]

Minster-on-Sea Parish Council supports worthwhile projects.

Minster-on-Sea Parish Council held a special event on Friday 24th March 2017 to acknowledge the good work being done by some of the latest round of successful applicants to its Community Support Fund where the Chairman Ken Ingleton handed over cheques. The successful projects include: Barton Court in partnership with the Sheppey Big Fish Theatre […]

Minster-on-Sea Parish Council acknowledges the excellent work being done by the Kent Community Warden Service in the community.

Minster-on-Sea Parish Council believes that since the Kent Community Warden Scheme was introduced, it has proved invaluable with wardens like Vivien Hickmott and her predecessors Cheryl Hendrie, Faye Mahoney, and Jan Milgate to name but a few, all playing their part in making Minster-on-Sea a better place to live and work in. It is reminded of several […]

Minster-on-Sea Parish Council supports the homeless.

  Minster-on-Sea Parish Council met with Mr Malcolm Staines recently to talk about his work for the homeless in the community. Mr Staines is a very charismatic character. After spending a considerable number of years living on the streets himself, he now spends a lot of his time in Sheerness’ High Street where he can […]