STAY HOME PROTECT THE NHS SAVE LIVES
PLEASE NOTE DUE TO THE CURRENT SITUATION WITH THE CORONAVIRUS, THE TOWN HALL IS CLOSED FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE, OFFICERS ARE WORKING FROM HOME AND STILL CONTACTABLE VIA EMAIL AND TELEPHONE.
ALL MEETINGS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
PLEASE FOLLOW GOVERNMENT & NHS GUIDANCE TO STAY SAFE AND WELL
DURING THESE UNCERTAIN TIMES
Folkestone Community Hub 01303 316186 or email email@example.com
KCC Central Helpline 03000419292 - KCC Registrar 03000415151
FHDC Housing, Council Tax or Waste Enquiries 01303 853000
For the latest information on coronavirus, including the current situation in the UK, visit the NHS Website.
To learn about the Government response, visit GOV.UK
Following a Referendum of the town’s people in May 2003 and the subsequent approval of the Secretary of State, Folkestone Town Council was formed in June 2004, although Folkestone had been a Borough Council up until 1974. To read more, please go to the ‘About Folkestone‘ page.
We at Folkestone Town Council are proud to live in a diverse and tolerant society. Racism, xenophobia and hate crimes have no place in our country. Our council condemns racism, xenophobia and hate crimes unequivocally. We will not allow hate to become acceptable. We reassure all people living in this area that they are valued members of our community.