Hever Residents Association

"To preserve, protect and, if possible, improve the local environment"

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Local Transport...

Arriva are running both the 232 and 234 bus services, timetables and route information can be found here.

Southern Railway Ltd run the train services through Hever. However, you can download the current time table as a PDF by following this link.


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What a load of Rubbish...

Sevenoaks District Council offers a variety of waste disposal services for households, businesses and other non-household establishments. Click here to go SDC's main Rubbish, Waste and Recycling page.

Household waste collection days are as follows...

RoadBlack & Clear SacksGarden Waste
Hever CastleMondaysWeek 2
Hever LaneTuesdaysWeek 2
Station RoadTuesdaysWeek 2
How Green LaneTuesdaysWeek 2
Lydens LaneTuesdaysWeek 2
Pigdown LaneTuesdaysWeek 2
Rectory LaneTuesdaysWeek 2
Threshers FieldTuesdaysWeek 2
Uckfield LaneTuesdaysWeek 2
Wilderness LaneWednesdaysWeek 2

Holiday Refuse Collection Dates can be found by clicking here.

To find out more about the Garden Waste Collection Service click here; a Garden Waste Collection Calendar is also available: Week 2 is "Blue" - it took me a while to spot it as well!

SDC also run a "White Goods" collection service and an occasional "Saturday" refuse collection service.

Our nearest Recycling Sites are...

SiteLocationMaterials
Chiddingstone CausewayThe Little Brown JugGlass bottles and jars,
cans and tins
Edenbridge -
The Willows
The Willows, High Street,
Edenbridge
Glass bottles and jars
Edenbridge
Leisure Centre
Edenbridge
Leisure Centre
Glass bottles and jars,
cans and tins,
newspaper and magazines,
clothing, cardboard
HeverHenry VIIIGlass bottles and jars
PenshurstPenshurst Off Road Cycles
(PORC), Grove Road
Glass bottles and jars,
cans and tins

Our Nearest Household Waste Recycling Centres are...


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Some tips to protect yourself from "Phishing"...

What is Phishing?

DICTIONARY.COM defines phishing as: -

...A method of identity theft carried out through the creation of a web site that seems to represent a legitimate company. The visitors to the site, thinking they are buying something from a real business, submit their personal information to the site. The criminals then use the personal information for their own purposes, or sell the information to other criminal parties...

A classic example of phishing is an identity thief setting up a web site that looks like it belongs to a major bank. Then, that thief sends out many email's that claim to be from the major bank and request the email recipients to input their personal banking information (such as their PIN) into the web site so the bank may update their records. Once the scammer gets a hold of the needed personal information, they attempt to access the victim's bank account.

To help protect yourself from this insidious type of crime: -

For further information about protecting yourself, check out http://www.fraudwatchinternational.com.