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12
MAR
Perseverance has paid off for 18-year-old Rebecca Port, who last night became Miss Sittingbourne for 2017 having twice served as a princess in 2015 and 2016.
8
MAR
Even before the ribbon cutting had begun a queue of eager shoppers had formed either side of the entrance. However, once the store had officially opened many, many more presumably waiting in their cars to avoid the rather unpleasant weather poured in through the doors and kept on coming.
2
MAR
Earlier this month Highways England expressed their concerns regarding the Council’s Local Plan suggesting that the evidence produced to-date regarding the Strategic Road Network does not provide full confidence that the plan is sound.
27
FEB
At the end of another season, challengers from numerous local pub darts teams taking part in the Sittingbourne and District Open Means Darts League gathered together for their annual presentation night with start guest of honour Andy ‘The Hammer’ Hamilton.
22
FEB
For the past twelve years the Sittingbourne in Bloom committee has organised an annual competition to allow school children to design a landscape feature in the town.
20
FEB
This year’s proposals include for a trebling of the size of the existing site, a new business park in Teynham, new motorway junction and Southern Relief Road.
17
FEB
The Sittingbourne Society has presented J D Wetherspoon's with their annual Rose Bowl award for their sympathetic remodelling of the old magistrates court into the "Golden Hope" pub, restaurant & hotel.
14
FEB
In a dramatic turn of events, Kent Highways have highlighted to the governments Independent Inspector at the recent Public Inquiry that the scale of development now planned for the Borough until 2031 will have a severely adverse cumulative impact on journey times and safety along the A2 corridor between Teynham, through to Key Street and onwards to Newington.
7
FEB
Gordon Henderson MP attends Parliamentary launch calling on schools, businesses and community groups to get outdoors, get active and help clear up Sittingbourne and Sheppey.
5
FEB
Honestly, when I first heard this, I thought that it was a practical joke. However, I can assure you that this recommendation from the Council’s Cabinet members is most certainly not a joke and if agreed by full Council may become a reality very soon.
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