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18
FEB
Sally Jenkins’ new book “Wartime Heroes of Borden Grammar School Remembered” is the result of extensive research into the stories of those Old Bordenians who served and in some cases gave their lives in armed conflict during the 20th Century.
7
FEB
In November last year local artist Karen Crosby set out on a mission to bring the past to life in a visually interesting and unique way. The outcome of which has resulted in her very own exhibition at the Stairwell Gallery at Number 34 High Street Sittingbourne entitled ‘Traces’
28
JAN
Gordon Henderson MP has congratulated an Iwade resident who has been awarded a British Citizen Award for setting up an orphanage in Malawi. Elspeth Baecke BCAo, a former teacher at Sittingbourne Community College, set up a small charity called Smile Malawi in 2004 after watching children suffering in Africa on Comic Relief.
25
JAN
The debate about how many houses we ought to be building to meet social or economic needs will no doubt continue unabated indefinitely. But have you considered what happens after the numbers have been set?
22
JAN
This years Litter Angels competition to design an anti-litter poster has been won by Island pupil Jessica Schot, who goes to Eastchurch CofE Primary School St Clement.
18
JAN
On Saturday I popped along to the Heritage Hub in the Forum where members, volunteers, sponsors and supporters were helping the Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne to celebrate the first anniversary of opening the hub.
15
JAN
Local charity, Litter Angels, has come to the rescue of residents in Iwade after business owner Hitesh Patel and parents on the school run, wanted to take action following a build-up of litter around the village.
17
DEC
Popular local band Marylebone Jelly who hosted a ‘Back 2 School’ themed gig back in September at UKP Leisure managed to raise an incredible £1,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
16
DEC
Some lucky pupils from Rodmersham Primary School were taken back in time two and half thousand years to ancient Athenian Agora where they spent the day living the life of ancient greeks, after winning a competition run by the Living History Workshop
15
DEC
Bapchild Scout Group offered a humorous twist on the traditional nativity play with a plot that commences with Mary and Joseph entering Kent as refugees.
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