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Charitable trust plan postponed

PLANS for the management of Whitstable Museum to be handed from the city council to a charitable trust today (Wednesday) have been delayed due to a legal hitch. The application from The Whitstable Community Museum and Gallery to run the museum had already been agreed by the local authority and it was Intended that the handover occur today. However, Brian …

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Whitstable Museum handed to town trust

Council ‘very impressed’ by new group AN EXCITING future could be in store for Whitstable Museum after Canterbury City Council agreed to transfer the running of it to The Whitstable Community Museum and Gallery Trust. At a meeting on Thursday, executive members heard that the bid from the trust to run the museum was “very strong”, featuring “a determination to …

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Council gives green light to Museum bid

From the minutes of the CCC Executive, 3rd July 2014 TO CONSIDER the report of the Head of Commissioning Expressions of Interest (EOI) to manage Herne Bay and Whitstable Museums. PDF 78 KB Additional documents: Expression of Interest form Herne Bay , item 31. Friends of Herne Bay Museum Constitution , item 31. Expression of Interest Whitstable Museum , item …

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Council bosses to consider community bid to run museums

Community campaigners will set out their arguments for taking over Herne Bay and Whitstable museums next week. The Friends of Herne Bay Museum and Whitstable Chamber of Commerce have both submitted formal expressions of interest to run the museums in each town under national ‘community right to challenge’ legislation introduced by the Localism Act. Both groups worked with council officials …

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Final consultation for draft Local Plan

Six weeks of public consultation on the final draft version of the city council’s Local Plan gets under way on Thursday 5 June. This is the version of the plan that will be the basis for a public examination carried out by an independent inspector later this year. Full details and all the documents will be on the council’s website …

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