Community Governance Review
We can influence parish boundaries etc
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Welcome to Sandyhurst Lane Residents' Association
(including Neighbourhood Watch)
The Lane itself has around 200 residential properties and there are a further 140 properties in the adjoining lanes and roads. Other features include Sandyacres Sports and Social Centre, Ashford Golf Club and, at the junction with Maidstone Road (A20), the Hare and Hounds public house.
Sandyhurst Lane Residents' Association (SLRA) has been active for over thirty years representing the collective interests of the residents of the Lane and its neighbourhood. We also have ten active Neighbourhood Watch schemes covering the whole area.
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The SLRA works on behalf of the residents of Sandyhurst Lane,
Eastwell Grange, Faversham Road (part), Hoads Wood Gardens, Kingsland Lane, Lenacre Street, Maidstone Road (part), Potters Close, Watsons Close and Westwell Lane to protect our rural environment.
We lobby on issues of planning, traffic, noise, road safety, environment and anything else which may threaten the peaceful, rural nature of our area.
Please support your residentsí association at only £5.00 per year per household
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We operate ten Neighbourhood Watch schemes throughout the Sandyhurst Lane Area. Full details HERE.
Sandyhurst Lane is situated on the northern outskirts of Ashford, Kent and enjoys a relatively unspoilt rural location amid some of Kent's most beautiful countryside.
© 2015 Sandyhurst Lane Residents' Association
VE Day + 70 : Westwell remembers
Westwell Parish Cllr Christine Drury with WWII Veteran Jim Mather, who planted a commemorative tree
on 10 May 2015
(both are SLRA members)
The Westwell beacon was lit on 8 May 2015