November’s issue of Ashford Voice is out now

The latest issue of Ashford Voice is out now and is available to read online for free.

In this month’s issue, we have the latest updates on the Victoria Way development; read how planning permission was granted for the brownfield site near the town centre which will include a new supermarket, 216 homes, a brewery and a visitor centre. There’s also news on the opening of Spearpoint Pavilion, and see the start of construction work for Repton Connect - a new community facility for Repton residents.

You can also find out about all the exciting activities and entertainment happening at this year’s Festive Family Fun day on Saturday 26th November, as well as details on where you can park for free over the Christmas period.

In other news, readers can discover more about Active Everyday, a new health and fitness campaign for the over 60s, plus details about how you can recycle smarter to help us keep Ashford’s recycling rates high and our recycling materials cleaner.

What’s more, we have a special feature on the success of Made in Ashford which celebrated its first birthday, plus some fab photos from our town centre Spooktacular Halloween event supported by

In addition, we are delighted to announce the winners of a drawing competition which gave local children the chance to design a welcome sign for the three new play areas in Repton Park, Ashford.

There are also plenty of events to browse in our What’s On section, as well as details on upcoming council meeting dates.

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