We are pleased to launch a free community phone line for those that are in isolation or feeling lonely during the pandemic.
Step 1. Click on the banner above.
Step 2. Complete the form.
Step 3. We’ll call you back for a friendly chat!

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Inter Faith Week 2020 featuring Local Faith and Community partners

Kent Equality Cohesion Council

KECC (Kent Equality Cohesion Council) came into being following the closure of the North West Kent Racial Equality Council in March 2010. The main objectives of the KECC are:

Working towards the reduction of inequality, the elimination of discrimination and to promote good relations between the diverse communities with a view to strengthen community cohesion in the County of Kent.