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Environment warden surgery

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Monday 20 November

Share local environment concerns

Residents in Faversham will have a chance to share their concerns about local environmental issues next week.

Anti-social behaviour such as dog fouling, littering and graffiti are just some of the issues that people can raise at the latest environment warden surgery taking place at the Alexander Centre on Wednesday, 22 November from 1:30-4:30pm.

The surgeries are held across the borough throughout the year and give residents the chance to share their concerns, and provide vital information, about issues affecting their area.

One of the council’s environment wardens will be on hand to discuss issues, provide advice, and find out about what concerns people in the area have.

A further round of surgeries will take place in the New Year.

To find out more about the work of our environment wardens, or report issues in your area, visit www.swale.gov.uk/env-wardens

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