Seal Parish Council.

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Mrs Lorna J Talbot
Parish Clerk
01732 763488

A KCC Library Consultation is taking place with a deadline of 29th January for comment. Seal library is mentioned with a suggested reduction of 1.5 hours in Seal library opening hours.
Use this link to the consultation

55+ DANCE A fun and friendly 55+ Dance Group in Seal Village Hall who meet once a week to enjoy dance/movement to keep fit, have fun and relax. TO FIND OUT MORE USE THE LINK BELOW:- For new class dates

Fly Tipping is on the increase in this area
To report fly tipping ring Sevenoaks District Council 01732 227000
If you see fly tipping in progress ring the police on 101don't forget to take the vehicles registration.

Flower tubs in Seal
If you are near a flower tub in Seal village please water it, even when we have had rain!

Reporting a Highway fault

There are so many blocked drains and other issues that need reporting at the moment.
Below is the link that will take you straight to the KCC highways fault reporting page.
If you log a fault you will be given a fault number so that you can track what is being done about it.
If you opt to report it by putting the location on the map (the easiest way with rural lanes) you will see if someone has reported it before you.
Or telephone the call centre
03000 41 81 81

Sevenoaks Greensand Commons Project
Sevenoaks District Council, working with Kent Wildlife Trust and other local partners, has received a confirmed National Lottery grant of £483,600 for the Sevenoaks Greensand Commons heritage project. This will be a four year project covering the 300ha of Commons that fall under SDC`s management and will include Seal Chart, Fawke Common and Bitchet Common in Seal Parish. Including match funding and volunteer time the project will have a value of £685,274 and aims to restore the landscape, social and natural heritage of the Commons, improve footpaths, bridleways and signage. There will be opportunities for people to find out and share more about the history and wildlife of the Commons and to take a lead role in the on-going management of their conservation and promotion of their heritage.
A project manager and community education and conservation managers will be recruited and it is expected that the project will start this coming autumn. More information will become available on the Kent Wildlife Trust website at
Thanks must go to the very many people locally who contributed so positively to the consultation walks and surveys carried out as part of the successful bid. There was a strong groundswell of support for the project that enabled the project development officer to put together a comprehensive proposal that can be effectively delivered and improved upon with the continued involvement of so many local people.