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31
AUG
From Saturday, 9 September the cashless payment system for the council’s 27 pay and display car parks will change from the existing provider to a new provide called RingGo.
27
AUG
The Council keen to follow up on the success of the generally well received artisan markets which run every second Saturday of the month are promoting a new range of specialist and themed markets which kicked off yesterday with a Sittingbourne Food Festival.
25
AUG
Following stiff competition, the Sittingbourne in Bloom Committee have awarded Mr and Mrs Watson from Hobart Gardens first prize in this year’s Summer Front Garden Competition.
13
AUG
This Thursday evening an application is due to be considered for 50 new homes on Manor Farm alongside the old A249 Chestnut Street. Whilst the site is an official allocation within the recently adopted Local Plan there remains an outstanding objection from Highways England, a point which council officers have neglected to even mention in their report.
6
AUG
Following a controversial council meeting on the borrowing of a further 30 million for future opportunities, where the council undemocratically and illegally bared members of the public from attending, Cllr Mike Baldock refused to hand back some confidential council papers.
30
JUL
Finally after weeks of scratching around for limited and often incomplete information from both Swale Borough Council and the Spirit of Sittingbourne someone has kindly provided (leaked) details on the complete scope of works associated with all four phases of highways alterations in relation to Sittingbourne’s town centre regeneration.
26
JUL
Swale Borough Council is launching a knitted poppy appeal at Sheppey Gateway as part of local efforts to mark this year’s Remembrance Day.
18
JUL
Francesca Bandalac who attends Regis Manor Primary School, became the first winner of the new Sittingbourne in Bloom Design a Flower Bed Competition.
12
JUL
Last Thursday the RHS south, south east regional judges visited Sittingbourne to see all the horticultural, environmental and community work that has taken place in the town over the last year.
11
JUL
A new family friendly historic trail has been designed to encourage walkers to discover the history of some of the main buildings, by finding pictures of 15 cats, which are displayed in the windows of participating outlets
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