Over 300 deliveries and collections
Since the start of the lock down period Swanley Town Council moved quickly to recruit volunteers to assist the most vulnerable in our community and to secure funding to help them.
Lions Clubs supporting communities during COVID-19 crisis
Swanley and North Downs Lions Club responded to Ellenor’s Emergency Fighting Fund appeal
Mayor Praises Staff and Volunteers
With over 120 people being supported by Swanley Town Council staff and the volunteers who help them the Mayor of Swanley Councillor Lesley Dyball has expressed her thanks for their stirling efforts.
Buying medical supplies online
Scammers will continue to target people looking to buy medical supplies online.
Are you looking for work?
If you live in Ebbsfleet, Swanley or the surrounding areas, we are here to help you by phone or email Monday to Friday.
Whoever you are, social isolation is not an excuse for domestic abuse
This is a crime and it can affect anyone.
Essential Supplies for residents
Swanley Town Council is co-ordinating the efforts of local volunteers in the town to make sure the most vulnerable of our residents are looked after.
Beware fraud and scams during Covid-19 pandemic fraud
Criminals are using the Covid-19 pandemic to scam the public – don’t become a victim.
Rogue Traders target Maidstone residents
Residents are reminded to be vigilant against doorstep fraudsters following a spate of recent incidents in Maidstone.
Coronavirus/COVID-19 – Scammers active in Kent!
Scammers and criminals are already looking for opportunities to scam people as a result of the Coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic.
Covid 19 – Coronavirus
The Mayor of Swanley Town Council Councillor Lesley Dyball would like to reassure our residents that we are monitoring developments that will affect Swanley and will be doing everything we can to support our residents.