Emergency telephone 6pm–8am: 01233 629 911

Emergency Services: Ashford Borough Council

Emergency Services

In an emergency where a response is required immediately, an emergency is happening 'now' that requires the Police, Fire or Ambulance, or someone is in immediate danger, call 999 to reach the emergency services.

For all non-urgent incidents or enquiries, call 101Emergency services vehicles attending a Road Traffic Accident

It is important to remember that if an emergency is in progress or life is in danger, then you need to call 999. For all other incidents, then 101 will be able to help and direct your call accordingly.

If you are deaf or speech impaired, text 'Police' and your message to 60066.

For news, advice or details of your neighbourhood police officer, please visit www.kent.police.uk  and type in your postcode in the 'Your Neighbourhood' section.

Other Agencies - Useful Contact Information

For all other instances, then one of the agencies listed below may be able to assist you:

Useful Contact Information
Organisation Contact Details
William Harvey Hospital 01233 633331
NHS Direct 0845 4647
Gas Leaks 0800 111999
Southern Water 0845 2780845
South East Water 0333 0000365
Kent County Council - Contact Kent 08458 247247
Kent Highway & Transport Service 08458 247800







Ashford Borough Council Out Of Hours

In case of a genuine emergency, you can contact the council out of hours on 01233 629911.

Traffic and Travel

For up to date local traffic and travel information, please go to BBC Travel News webpage for the latest updates:

BBC Travel & Traffic News - Kent

Contact us

If you have any queries or require further information on this webpage, please contact Emergency Planning on 01233 330389 or email us at emergency.planning@ashford.gov.uk


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