Get support If you are vulnerable and need urgent support that cannot be met through existing support networks, get in touch. We can help with: making sure you have enough food and supplies walking your dog picking up prescriptions putting out the bins taking in parcels making sure you have someone to talk to (by phone, Skype or Facetime) checking if any planned appointments have been cancelled before you travel helping to make sure you have simple recipes to hand preparing meals for the freezer. Apply for support from: KENT TOGETHER If you’re unable to use our online form,
call our helpline on 03000 41 92 92.
The Parish Council acknowledge the community spirit within Sutton-by-Dover Parish and in past emergencies (like the flooding) parishioners have gone out of their way to help their neighbours. In these difficult times, please may we encourage everyone to be a ‘good neighbour’ and look out for those in our Parish who might be isolated and need practical or emotional support.
We are not expecting anyone to put themselves at risk, and there is more information and links on this Website re. current Government guidance.
Thank you Sutton-by-Dover Parish Council
Prevent coronavirus spreading:
There are things we can all do to help stop viruses like coronavirus spreading:
cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze put used tissues in the bin immediately wash your hands with soap and water often – use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean. If you are worried about your symptoms,
Do not go directly to your GP, pharmacy, hospital or other healthcare setting.
Click on the USEFULL LINKS BUTTON – for more direct Links to National Government and Local Government Information on COVD 19
Our Mission Statement
To protect and promote the interests of the residents, and the Parish of Sutton-by-Dover.
To promote and encourage a sense of inclusion and community cohesion.
To acknowledge and act upon (where appropriate) any residents concerns regarding both local and wider issues affecting Sutton-by Dover.
To provide information and support to the residents of Sutton-by-Dover, on both local and wider issues which may affect residents, the community or both.
Here you’ll find the latest information on local matters including Minutes and Agendas for parish council meetings, planning applications, finance, general updates and information plus items regarding the community orchard, allotments and playing field.
There are also links to information and advice from Dover District Council, as well as other organisations, contact details for the Parish Councillors and our News page has all the recent information regarding the Parish
The Parish Council meets on the first Tuesday of each month (except August) at 7.30pm in Studdal Church Hall, visitors are welcome to speak for about three minutes, so if you have anything you’d like to bring up, please come along to a meeting or contact the Parish Clerk. There is usually a representative from Dover District Council as well as Kent County Council in attendance as well as an occasional visit from our local PCSO