Report a Water Leak

If you have a water leak outside your property then please report it either via;

https://inyourarea.digdat.co.uk/southeastwater (Click the Menu box, then click ‘Report an Issue’ and then ‘Report a Leak’)

Or you can ring the ‘Leakline’ on 0333 000 3330

Charging up New Ash Green – Your Help is Needed!

The Village Association is investigating the possibility of putting public charging points for electric vehicles in New Ash Green.

Electric vehicles are rapidly being accepted as a more sustainable mode of transport. But in a lot of New Ash Green we face the challenge of how to charge vehicles where garages and parking are not close to houses.

We need to know what demand there will be in the next five years. So we want as many households as possible to answer a few questions in our survey. It will only take a couple of minutes and we would be really grateful if you can do this before the end of August. Please use this link and then press submit at the end of the questions. Only one response per household is necessary.

Thank you for your help.

Ash next Ridley – History Pages

We would like to make residents aware of historical information made available by local resident; Ted Connell on his website.

His website can be accessed at: Ash next Ridley History.

He has launched a new set of pages documenting the ‘Early Days of New Ash Green’, this includes images of the start of building of Over Minnis in 1967 and pictures of the Turners Oak crossroads in 1966. You can find this at; Early Days of New Ash Green

 

Calling All Dog Owners

DOG OWNERS – PLEASE DISPOSE OF POO BAGS RESPONSIBLY

Over the winter months the number of used poo bags being discarded inappropriately (in hedgerows and trees, on verges, and throughout our woodlands) has increased dramatically.  A member the Woodlands Group recently removed over 200 from the badgers’ sett in Nine Horse Wood.  This is not acceptable.   If you are a dog owner, you are responsible for clearing up after your pet and putting the bagged poo into one of the many bins provided.  Most of us do this, but there is a small (but very significant) minority who don’t.  If you are one of those, your behaviour is giving all dog owners a bad name and is leading to unsightly contamination throughout the village.  Thankyou to all those who behave responsibly and who also find this disgusting habit intolerable.