This weekend we will witness the historic Coronation of King Charles III.
It's such a special occasion, and not one that comes along very often. Communities across the constituency are going to be coming together to celebrate at street parties and local events, and sharing in a moment of local and national pride.
One of the things I hear most often from constituents is how frustrated they are to see the wonderful area we live spoiled by mess. Whether it's litter dropped at the side of the road or graffiti on our streets, it makes where we live look unloved - and while we know that's not true it only takes a thoughtless minority to make it feel that way.
That's why I've been organising some cleaning up in time for the Coronation, to make sure our area's looking its best when we come together.
There's been litter picking at the Abbey School in Faversham, volunteers out collecting rubbish in Stockbury, and graffitti removed from the underpass in Faversham.
National Highways have also been clearing local roads in the past few weeks, and volunteer groups across the constituency getting out to clean their local area. Thank you to everyone who's done their bit.
I want to keep this going even when the Coronation's over. Please do send me an email if you'd like to be put in touch with wonderful local litter picking groups who do this all year round.
Together we can keep our local area looking its best.