News from Tim Prater

Tim is honoured and delighted to have been elected as:

  • Folkestone and Hythe District Councillor (Liberal Democrats) for Sandgate & West Folkestone;
  • Sandgate Parish Councillor (Independent) for Sandgate Village;
  • Folkestone Town Councillor (Liberal Democrats) for Folkestone Harvey West;
  • Hythe Town Councillor (Liberal Democrats) for Hythe East.

In May 2023 Tim was re-elected to all the above seats for four more years. At the District Council AGM on 24th May 2023, he became Deputy Council Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance and Governance.

Previously, Tim has served on Folkestone Town Councillor for Cheriton from 2006-2011, and Shepway District Councillor for Cheriton from 2007-2011, Kent County Councillor for Folkestone West from 2009-2013. He has sat on Sandgate Parish Council for Sandgate Village since 2011.

Contact Tim by email to tim@prater.uk, call 07956 276118 or write to 98a Sandgate High Street, Folkestone CT20 3BY. As a District Councillor he runs monthly surgeries at the 1st Sandgate Farmers and Makers Market of every month at the Chichester Hall, 70 Sandgate High Street from 11am-12.30pm. No appointment needed: just turn up.

Tim Prater
Tim Prater

Dungeness: The REAL Nuclear Option

It's easy - and understandable - for the recent decision on Dungeness to be seen as a hammer blow to the Marsh economy. The decision to provisionally exclude Dungeness from the list of 10 sites being considered for new Nuclear build seems to put at threat the potential of 600 local jobs - maybe more. Of course we want those jobs locally, and Dungeness has a long and proud association with the safe generation of nuclear power.

TP
24 Nov 2009
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Sandgate Farmers Market to Launch in December

Sandgate is to get its own regular farmers market starting in December 2010. The new event will be held from 10am to noon approximately every other Saturday at the Chichester Village Hall on Sandgate High Street, and potential stall holders are welcomed.

14 Nov 2009
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Councillor's Coolinge Lane Litter Pick

Folkestone West Councillor Tim Prater took matters into his own hands on Thursday when alerted to a litter problem in Coolinge Lane, Sandgate and cleared litter himself in a "10 minute litter pick". In the time, Tim collected handfuls of rubbish including bottles, fast food wrappers and a 2 metre length of Stagecoach bus ticket!

5 Nov 2009
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You Decide! Grant funding day for Folkestone West this Saturday

A new scheme to allow local residents decide which projects they want to see backed with County grants will be launched in Folkestone this Saturday by Lib Dem Tim Prater. County Councillor Tim Prater is the first in Folkestone to give power direct to local residents to decide on which projects they want to see backed with £15,000 of grant funding.

3 Nov 2009
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Can you help Sandgate Speed Watch?

Sandgate residents and Sandgate Parish Councillors are working with local PSCO Mark Wilson on special "Speedwatch" sessions in Sandgate to alert drivers to their speed. The Speedwatch teams use a speed indicator device jointly owned with Folkestone Town Council which displays the speed of approaching vehicles. Sessions last around 2 hours, and volunteers to run the sessions are needed - full training can be given.

3 Nov 2009
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Join Award Winner Dhan Gurung in Maidstone on Friday

Kent County Council's BME (Black and minority ethnic) Achievement Awards are being presented at Kent County Council offices in Maidstone, Sessions House, Lecture Theatre this Friday, 30th October from 2-3.15pm (coffee available from 1.30).

27 Oct 2009
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