Service updates

Last updated: 15 June 2021

Coronavirus is currently affecting some of our services across the county. For more information, check the individual service updates below.

Training centres

Medium impact

We have reopened some of our adult education training centres. For more information please visit the Kent Adult Education website.

Adult education courses

Medium impact

During this time, some of our courses can be run virtually, learners on courses such as languages, maths, fitness, creative writing and much more will be contacted directly with information about how this can happen. Alternatively, for those who are unable to complete their programme because of the closures, we will offer an appropriate alternative.

We are committed to ensure that as many learners as possible can complete their qualifications. In the case of GCSEs, we will be guided by national advice. For other qualifications such as functional skills in English and maths, we are currently exploring ways in which learners will be able to sit their exam in an appropriate setting. We will be providing details of how this can happen in the near future.

If you would rather take part from home, we have an extensive range of online live, interactive classes taught by our experienced tutors. View our online courses.

Care home visits

We advise anyone thinking of visiting a relative or loved one in a care home or accompanying them to a day care centre to follow Public Health England and national government guidelines, particularly those people who fall into the at risk categories.

Privately owned and run care homes

Care home visiting arrangements are decided at the discretion of each care home manager so please contact the care home if it is privately owned and run.

Birth registrations

Medium impact
We are opening as many appointments as safely as possible in chosen locations. However, not all locations that were previously open are currently available for registrations.

For more information please visit our register a birth page.

If you need any further information about registering a birth, call us on 03000 41 51 51.

Death registrations

Medium impact

Death registrations are currently being completed over the telephone.  It is not currently possible to book an appointment to complete a death registration in person.

Find out more about our death registration process.

Ceremonies

Medium impact

Ceremonies can take place with social distancing measures still in place.  The size of the room, allowing for social distancing, determines the guest capacity allowed at each ceremony.

Due to the exceptional increased demand for ceremonies, the Kent Registration Service is unable to take any further bookings for the months of July, August, and September. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause but have had to ensure we are able to deliver those ceremonies that are already booked.

Ceremony Teams are experiencing a high volume of calls.  If you need to contact one of our teams please visit www.akentishceremony.com where you can find the relevant email address for the office you require. Contact will be made with you as soon as we can for appointment booking and payments for ceremonies. Please ensure you provide full details for names, ceremony dates and locations to help your enquiry.

For more information visit the Kentish Ceremonies website.

Citizenship ceremonies

Medium impact

Small ceremonies are currently taking place.

You would normally expect to book your ceremony within 3 months of being sent an official invitation from the Home Office.

Due to COVID-19 this has been extended to 6 months.

If you are successful in your application, the Home Office will send you a confirmation letter. The letter states that you must wait until you receive a formal invitation before book your ceremony.

If you have not yet received the official ceremony invitation please wait and do not contact us. Once we have received the notification from the Home Office, we will be able to book your ceremony.

Certificate Centre enquiries

Medium impact

Our Certificate Centre is running a limited service and certificates will be issued as soon as we are able.

The centre is closed for face to face appointments.

Face to face assessments

Medium impact

We have now restarted Face to Face Assessments, however we are currently only able to offer these in limited locations. This could mean that you may be asked to travel further to attend an appointment.

We are continuing to explore alternative locations to minimise the distance between venues, and the team will advise you of your closest current locations when booking an appointment.

Application processing

Low impact

Applications are being processed as normal.

Adding additional documentation:

If any applicant would like to submit further information or evidence from a professional to support their application, you can upload it using our self-service portal or email it to imaadmin@kent.gov.uk. This evidence should give information about how applicants are impacted when mobilising outside of the home environment, and details of any conditions which impact the applicant when mobilising.

New applications:

If you need to make a new application, please use the online application form.

Adoption

Low impact

Find out more about adoption in Kent and their up and coming information events by visiting the Kent Adoption website.

Fostering

Low impact

Find out more about adoption in Kent and their up and coming information events by visiting the Kent Fostering website.

Low impact

Our country parks are open. The car parks, toilets, play areas and visitor centres are also open. Cafes are currently offering takeaway services (please check individual café pages for details).

When visiting the parks please respect social distancing, wear a face covering when inside our buildings and follow the guidelines of hands, face, space.

Birthday party bookings

Low impact

We're now taking bookings for birthday parties in July. Find out more on our birthday parties page.

Events

Low impact

We are now running selected events within government guidance.

Venue hire bookings

Medium impact

We are now taking bookings from Monday 21 June, although restrictions are still in place until updated government guidance is released.

Courses

Medium impact

Due to social distancing regulations that are currently in force, we will continue to provide online courses for the following courses:

  • National Speed Awareness Course
  • National Motorway Awareness Course
  • What's Driving Us Course
  • Safe and Considerate Driving Course

Please book your course online.

The Rider Intervention Development Experience Course (RIDE) is currently not being offered. For further information please email KDE@kent.gov.uk or visit the NDORS website.

Schools

Medium impact

Primary and secondary schools are now open.

Find out more about the current school arrangements, including testing and the wearing of face masks.

Free school meals

High impact

We are working with schools to ensure the families of pupils who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals will receive support to help them feed their children if they are not in school during the lockdown period. Please contact your child's school if you are unsure what arrangements are being put in place for your child.

Nursery places for children of key workers

Low impact

Early years and childcare settings and schools are currently open. However there there may be occasions when this is temporarily prohibited for a particular school or setting for reasons related to COVID-19. If you cannot find a childcare place for your child, please contact us:

For nursery and childcare settings:
Email kentcfis@theeducationpeople.org
Call 03000 41 23 23

Alternatively you can read:

Special educational needs and disability (SEND), Kent’s SEND information hub (local offer)

Medium impact

For more information and for details of the temporary new law about education health and care plans and assessments, read our guidance for families during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Education, health and care (EHC) needs assessment requests

Medium impact

We want to ensure that, as far as is possible, our services to children, young people and their families are maintained. However, postal services and our internal processing of mail is severely impacted. Our SEN officers are able to work remotely so we hope to continue with our work without too much disruption

If you would like to request an assessment of your child’s education, health and care needs, please could you could send a short email to let us know that you wish to make a request and provide your contact details. We will then get back to you with information about next steps and to arrange how you can share any information about your child with us.

If you’re unable to contact us by email, we would be happy to receive a request over the phone during this period.

For our contact details please visit the SEND team page.

Chaperone licence DBS checks

High impact

Unfortunately, the service for the ID checks for a DBS is now on hold until further notice due to current government advice. This will be reviewed regularly.

You are still able to continue with your chaperone application but there will be a delay in your licence being issued due to the DBS checks being on hold. If you chose to continue with the application, we will be able to inform you once this service has been resumed.

Children in entertainment licences

High impact

Due to the government’s new rules on staying at home and away from others, we have suspended the issuing of performance licences, Body of Persons Approvals and work permits until further notice. This will be regularly reviewed, and arrangements adjusted accordingly as and when the guidance changes.

If you need to contact us for any queries regarding this, please call 03000 420883 or email childemploymentandentertainment@kent.gov.uk.

Children Centres

Medium impact

We have now opened 12 children's centres:

  • Bluebells Children's Centre
  • Buckland Children's Centre
  • Folkestone Early Years Children's Centre
  • Greenfields Children's Centre
  • Little Forest Children's Centre
  • Little hands Children's Centre
  • Murston Children's Centre
  • Oakfield Children's Centre
  • Riverside Children's Centre
  • Sixbells Children's Centre
  • Swanley Children's Centre (partial reopen with Swanley Youth Hub)
  • Woodlands Children's Centre.

For their opening times please visit our children's centre page.

Ashford Gateway

Medium impact

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm.

Find out more about our library services.

Find out more about births, ceremonies and deaths.

For benefits, housing and other district services, visit the Ashford Borough Council website.

Dover Gateway

High impact

Dover Gateway is closed.

For benefits, housing and other district services, visit the Dover District Council website.

Eden Centre

Medium impact

Opening hours:

  • Monday 9am to 1pm
  • Tuesday 9am to 5pm
  • Wednesday 9am to 5pm
  • Thursday 9am to 5pm
  • Friday 1pm to 5pm
  • Saturday 10am to 3pm

Find out more about our library services.

Find out more about births, ceremonies and deaths.

For benefits, housing and other district services, visit the Sevenoaks District Council website.

Gravesham Gateway

Medium impact

The Gateway is open for essential pre-booked appointments only.

For benefits, housing and other district services, visit the Gravesham Borough Council website.

If the service you require cannot be accessed online please contact Gravesham Borough Council to discuss on 01474 337000.

Sheppey Gateway

Medium impact

Library open for Staff Picks, PC and WiFi sessions only.

  • Monday: closed
  • Tuesday: closed
  • Wednesday: 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm
  • Thursday: 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm
  • Friday: 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm
  • Saturday: 10am to 4pm

Find out more about our library services.

Find out more about births, ceremonies and deaths.

For benefits, housing and other district services, visit the Swale Borough Council website.

Swanley Link

Medium impact

Library opening hours:

  • Monday: 9am to 5pm
  • Tuesday: 9am to 5pm
  • Wednesday: 9am to 5pm
  • Thursday: 9am to 5pm
  • Friday: 10am to 4pm
  • Saturday: 9am to 1pm

Post Office opening hours:

  • Monday to Friday: 9am to 5:30pm
  • Saturday: 9am to 1pm

Find out more about our library services.

Find out more about births, ceremonies and deaths.

For benefits, housing and other district services, visit the Sevenoaks District Council website.

Tenterden Gateway

Medium impact

Library opening hours:

  • Monday: 10am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 4pm
  • Tuesday: 10am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 4pm
  • Wednesday: 10am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 4pm
  • Thursday: 10am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 4pm
  • Friday: 10am to 1pm and 1:30pm to 4pm
  • Saturday: 10am to 2pm

Post Office opening hours:

  • Monday: 9am to 5:30pm
  • Tuesday: 9am to 5:30pm
  • Wednesday: 9am to 5:30pm
  • Thursday: 9am to 5:30pm
  • Friday: 9am to 5:30pm
  • Saturday: 9am to 2pm

Find out more about our library services.

Find out more about births, ceremonies and deaths.

For benefits, housing and other district services, visit the Ashford Borough Council website.

Thanet Gateway

Medium impact

Library opening hours:

  • Monday: 9:30am to 4:30pm
  • Tuesday: 9:30am to 4:30pm
  • Wednesday: 9:30am to 4:30pm
  • Thursday: 9:30am to 4:30pm
  • Friday: 9:30am to 4:30pm
  • Saturday: 10am to 2pm

The Gateway is open for essential Thanet District Council pre-booked appointments only.

For benefits, housing and other district services, visit the Thanet District Council website.

If the service you require cannot be accessed online please contact Thanet District Council to discuss on 01843 577000.

Tonbridge Gateway

Medium impact

The Gateway is open for essential pre-booked appointments only.

For benefits, housing and other district services, visit the Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council website.

If the service you require cannot be accessed online please contact Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council to discuss on 01732 844522.

Tunbridge Wells Gateway

Low impact

Tunbridge Wells Gateway is open.

Please only visit if it’s an emergency and follow government guidelines.

For benefits, housing and other borough services, visit the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council website.

Expert Patients Programme

Medium impact

The Expert Patients Programme is offering a toolkit for clients to use at home with a weekly conference call to support clients with the course.

Please visit the Expert Patients Programme page for more information.

Health visiting service

Medium impact

The health visiting service is operating on a reduced basis.

If you are pregnant, we will be in contact with you.

If you have a new baby (between 10 and 14 days old) we will offer you a face to face appointment at home.

We'll also arrange virtual sessions (by Skype or WhatsApp) when your baby is:

  • 6 to 8 weeks old
  • 9 to 12 months old
  • and 2 to 2 and a half years old.

We may be able to offer face to face sessions in some circumstances.

Two to three healthy child clinics are run in each district every week. Appointments are available, following triage, on a bookable basis through your local duty line.

We have also launched Solihull online parenting courses. These free online courses are for anyone pregnant or caring for a child in Kent up to the age of 19

Visit our health visiting service page for contact details of our local teams and duty line numbers.

Immunisations

Medium impact

The Kent and Medway Immunisation Service has restarted the 0 to 19 vaccination programme. Any child or young person that missed a vaccination this year during the school closures, will either be offered an appointment at a catch up clinic or be seen in the new academic year at their school.

HPV 1 and 2: summer catch up clinics are being held for anyone that missed their HPV vaccinations due to school closures and lockdown. All other missed HPV vaccinations will be given in the new academic year when the team visits schools.

Td/IPV MenACWY: children who missed their vaccination in 2020 (year 9) will be offered this during school year 10 in Spring 2021. Next year’s school year 9 will be invited as usual.

Flu: the nasal flu vaccination programme will be offered to all children at primary school between October and December 2020. This vaccination will also be offered to children in year 7 this year. Parents will receive details of how to consent via an online portal nearer the time.

Other vaccinations: if you believe that your child has missed any other vaccination please contact our team and we will be able to advise you.

The immunisation team has put together some frequently asked questions here for anyone concerned at the current time. For more information please visit the Kent Community Health NHS website.

To contact the team email kchft.cyp-immunisationteam@nhs.net or call 0300 123 5205.

Infant feeding services

High impact

Breastfeeding drop in groups have been stopped.

Those requiring breastfeeding support are encouraged to:

For those mothers or babies with complex feeding needs, the specialist service will continue to operate and referrals should be made via the Kent Community Health NHS website.

Live Well Kent

Low impact

Live Well Kent services in all areas are continuing to provide support while adapting the way they work to follow the latest official advice and guidance across Kent.

If you are currently being supported by a Live Well Kent service, they will be in touch with more information about how they can continue to support you. If you have any questions or need to speak to someone, please contact the particular service that is supporting you.

The service are still accepting referrals, so if you need support or need to refer someone you can call their referral line 0800 567 7699, email info@livewellkent.org.uk or contact services directly.

For up to date information and advice about the coronavirus, please visit our Live Well Kent coronavirus webpage.

For support about managing your mental health during this difficult time please visit one of the following websites:

If you require further support please call 0800 567 7699.

NHS Health Checks

Medium impact

The NHS Health Check service is operating with face-to-face appointments available.

If you are aged between 40 and 74, you will receive an invitation to have an NHS Health Check or you can call 0300 123 1220 to check your eligibility and for more information.

One You Kent Ashford shop

Medium impact

The One You Kent shop in Ashford is reopening on the 20 April 2021. Initially opening hours will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 10am to 2pm.

All groups and events at the shop are still postponed but clients can come in to discuss their health needs and be referred to other One You services.

One You Kent healthy lifestyle service

Medium impact

Advisers are offering one-to-one support by telephone and video calls as well as virtual groups (this service may vary depending on where you live).

Complete our referral form and a friendly advisor will call you to talk through the options in your area.

For more information about how we can help you please visit our One You Kent website.

One You Kent health walks

High impact

Health walks will be gradually restarting from April 2021.

Please visit the Walking for Health website or the One You Kent website for more information.

One You Kent smokefree

Medium impact

Smokefree advisers are offering virtual groups and one-to-one support by telephone and video calls.

At times when we are experiencing increased levels of demand you may be added to a short waiting list, but we still welcome all new referrals into the service.

The Specialist Smokefree Pregnancy service is also available via telephone and video calls as well as a new Baby and Me Smokefree support virtual group.

Please call 0300 123 1220 or visit the One You Kent website for more information.

One You Kent weight loss

Medium impact

Weight loss advisers are offering one-to-one support by telephone and video calls as well as virtual groups.

Please visit the One You Kent website for more information.

Postural stability

Medium impact

Classes are now operating online and through digital technology which means you will need equipment to access the internet with video functions.

You will also need a Zoom account in order participate in the postural stability classes each week. The postural stability team are able to offer support and instructions on how to download Zoom and how to log onto the video classes.

You may be able to loan a devise through this offer but this will be confirmed on an individual basis through the service.

Use our online referral form to apply.

Residential recovery housing

Medium impact

The service is now taking new referrals. They are assessing people on the waiting list and are able to move people into the properties when vacancies are available and assessments have been completed.

School Public Health Service

Medium impact

The School Public Health Service is operating on a reduced basis.

All referrals to services including the Emotional Health Service should be made through the Single Point of Access (SPA). Referrals will be triaged daily and referred to an appropriate service. The service will deliver sessions through digital platforms such as; phone, WhatsApp or Facetime.

Please contact the service via the Single Point of Access by:

Other School Public Health Services:

  • Bereavement support is available for children and young people aged 4 to 19 who have been bereaved as a result of COVID-19. Referrals should also be made through the Single Point of Access (SPA).
  • Chathealth confidential texting service for young people aged 11 to 19 is running as normal.
  • Young people can text the School Health Team about any concerns or health issues on 07520 618850. The number is monitored Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

Parents, young people and schools can also access a range of helpful information and resources via the Kent Youth website, or for more information visit Kent Community Health NHS website.

Screening: National Child Measurement Programme, vision and hearing

Low impact

The National Child Measurement Programme will be delivered in schools to reception year and a number of year 6 schools from mid-April to mid-July.

Vision screening will be delivered in schools to reception year from mid-April to mid-July.

Hearing screening, for those that have opted into the programme (from reception year and year 1), will be delivered as planned in April across community clinics.

Sexual health clinics

Medium impact

Sexual health clinics will operate on an appointment only basis and will no longer offer walk in clinics. Patients will be triaged by phone and appointments organised based on those presenting the highest risk. Sexual health clinics in West Kent are currently only able to deal with urgent appointments and patients are asked to phone the West Kent numbers below for clinical triage. Those that are invited to a face to face appointment will be required to wear a mask or face covering for the duration of their visit to the sexual health clinic.

You can access home testing for sexually transmitted infections to avoid attending a clinic. HPV, hepatitis A and hepatitis B vaccinations are not urgent and can be postponed.

If you are HIV positive and worried about your risk of coronavirus, there is currently no evidence that people living with HIV are at any greater risk of either getting coronavirus, or becoming unwell due to coronavirus, than the general public. We do not recommend that you should attend for additional blood tests to check your CD4 count.

For more updates visit the British HIV association, however, we do recommend that you follow current NHS guidance about how best to protect yourselves and others from coronavirus. If your appointment is coming up soon then we may contact you beforehand to offer you a telephone or Skype consultation instead of coming into a clinic.

If you would like to discuss your attendance with a member of the team, please call:

Emergency oral contraception

Low impact

Emergency oral contraception is still widely available via pharmacies in Kent.

If you require this service, you will need to call your pharmacy for a virtual consultation first which, after completing, will enable you to collect your treatment

Substance misuse service

Medium impact

CGL and Forward Trust will continue to take referrals but will screen the most urgent cases. Due to this response times and waiting list times will be longer than usual.

Advice and support to patients will be provided but capacity will be limited due to staff having to self-isolate. Please refer only the most urgent cases. Contingency is being sought for opioid substitution therapy for prescriptions .

Group sessions for psychosocial support will be suspended.

The needle exchange programme will continue to operate.

For more information, visit your provider’s website or call them directly.

Targeted relationships

Medium impact

The service is continuing to accept online referrals via the Barnados website. Sessions are currently only being offered via digital means, for example online or by phone, however the service hopes to resume face-to-face sessions for those most vulnerable and at risk from 21 June (COVID restrictions permitting).

If a young person currently wishes to have sessions whilst they are in school, schools will be asked to provide a quiet environment in order for the session to take place online or by phone.

Young person substance misuse service

Medium impact

We Are With You are still supporting young people and some young adults (18 to 24) in Kent who are struggling with issues around their drug or alcohol use.

The service has now resumed face-to-face delivery and are offering face-to-face sessions to all new referrals into service. They can also facilitate remote sessions if the young person prefers via video call.

The service is ready to go back into schools and educational provisions to deliver group work with young people.

Please do not make postal new referrals, please alternatively either:

Fixing problems on the road or pavement

Medium impact

In consideration of the latest guidance from the government it has been necessary to change our normal approach to dealing with customer enquiries in relation to the highway. First and foremost is the safety, health and wellbeing of our front line staff and the very important service they provide in keeping the highway safe.

We are prioritising works to remove potential hazards and keep the highway safe for users. You may well see them out in KCC Highways vehicles and they have authority to continue working as they are providing a critical service.

If you need to raise a highway enquiry please do so in the normal way by reporting it online or by calling 03000 41 81 81 (emergencies only). Please do not approach highways staff whilst they are going about their work as we need to follow government guidelines on social distancing.

We are continuing to provide a highway maintenance service and you will see existing and planned roadworks continuing. Our contractors are constantly reviewing government advice on construction work so this may change.

Many utility companies are also continuing with their work to ensure services are provided to customers.

Please accept our apologies for the delays in routine highway enquiries but these are exceptional circumstances we find ourselves in.

Traffic surveys

High impact

We will not be accepting any traffic survey data obtained from our network from 16 March 2020, until further notice. Transport consultants and developers will need to discuss individual applications with us to determine if any other solutions may be available. Speed surveys will be considered on a case by case basis.

Archives

Medium impact

The Archive searchroom at Kent History and Library Centre is open, but currently booking is essential.

Searchroom seat bookings and document ordering must be made 3 working days in advance. Capacity of the search room is reduced to three readers at any one time and dividing the day into two bookable sessions:

  • Session 1: 10am to 12:45pm
  • Session 2: 1:15pm to 4pm

Both sessions in one day can be booked by the same person. Please contact archives@kent.gov.uk.

Find out more about our Kent Archives service.

Home Library Service

Low impact

The Home Library Service is continuing during the coronavirus pandemic.

If you are an existing home library service member, we will be contacting you directly to offer our voluntary befriending service. This would involve the opportunity of a call on a weekly or two weekly basis to chat to a member of our friendly volunteering team and staff.

Find out more about other befriending services if you are feeling lonely during this time.

Libraries

Medium impact

We have opened a number of our libraries for socially distanced bookshelf browsing, pre-booked study space (where possible), PC and WiFi sessions.

Remember that our digital collections are always available. These include reference resources as well as free e-books, e-audio books, a vast range of the latest e-magazines and daily e-newspapers. These can be accessed via our libraries pages.

The Ask a Kent Librarian Service will remain available on 03000 41 64 38, email akl@kent.gov.uk or via 24/7 chat online.

You can now create a free temporary 2-year membership online, without leaving your home. This enables you to download free eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, and eNewspapers.

Byway permits

Low impact

Applications for byway permits are being accepted again. Due to limited resources and restrictions, please allow 3 to 4 weeks for delivery.

Free school transport

Now that schools have reopened, all free school transport services should also be running.

If you find your usual transport is not running or you have any other issues, please email homeschooltransport@kent.gov.uk.

Transport for children with SEND

Now that schools have reopened, all SEND transport services should also be running.

If you have any issues with your SEND transport arrangements please email clienttransport@kent.gov.uk.

KCC Travel Saver and 16+ Travel Saver

Low impact

As schools have now reopened and bus services have resumed, you can continue to use your Travel Saver pass. Please check our information on using school transport during the pandemic before you travel.

Public bus services

Now that schools have reopened, all public bus services should also be running. Some operators are experiencing staff shortages, so please check with the bus operator before you travel.

All of our transport providers are using government guidance to make public transport safe for you to use. For more information about some of the changes that are in place, read our page on using school transport during the pandemic.

Bus passes for older or disabled people

Low impact

From Monday 8 March, passes can no longer be used before 9:30am during the week. This is because the space will need to be prioritised for children travelling to school.

We will automatically renew your older person’s bus pass 2 weeks before your current one expires if you have used it:

  • in Kent
  • since 1 June 2019 (this is an extended cut off date to reflect the fact that people will have travelled less over the past year)
  • on a bus with an electronic pass reader (smart bus).

Kent Karrier

Low impact

Our Kent Karrier services continue to operate as normal. To help you get to vaccination appointments, a number of vaccination centres have been added to the list of destinations. Please check with your operator for more details.

Household waste recycling centres (HWRC)

Medium impact

Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) are open for socially distanced use, you will need to book a slot before visiting.

We, together with the district and borough authorities, urge residents to protect themselves from illegal waste carriers who often target householders with cheap rates to take their rubbish away.

If you want to dispose of waste, consider using a reputable skip hire company or HIPPO bag supplier who can also supply you with a waste transfer note to evidence where your waste will be disposed of.

Household waste rubbish collection

Low impact

Contact your district council to find out when they will collect your rubbish and recycling.

We're keeping vital services running

5,101 online library joiners and 368,388 digital items borrowed.

Over 950 adult education courses converted to online delivery.

Online youth hub sessions. More than 1,000 young people accessing and taking part.

We supplied 6.3m pieces of PPE in over 3,000 separate deliveries.

Over 230 bus services supported to operate across Kent, helping essential shopping trips and key worker journeys.

89,212m2 of roads patched and 5,669 potholes filled.