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5
NOV
Last Saturday I visited the site of the replica wooden henge situated in the Meads Community Woodland to witness first-hand the raising of several posts which form the new henge.
4
NOV
As the political storm continues to brew over the prospect of a further £30+ million public bailout of the town centre regeneration project, residents take to social media to vent their anger and frustration.
28
OCT
Sittingbourne will be home to a new multi-use skatepark after Swale Borough Council agreed to release £200,000 funding for the scheme.
28
OCT
Special pumpkin recycling sites will be set up after Halloween in a bid by Swale Borough Council to reduce the amount of food waste going to landfill.
12
OCT
Following a recent visit by Lord Heseltine to Swale, the council leader Andrew Bowles has written to the Thames Estuary Commission outlining a number of opportunities across the borough including the creation of new “community” villages to support the development of the Kent Science Park.
10
OCT
The Spirit of Sittingbourne are celebrating the arrival of Pizza Express, Wildwood, Travelodge and Home Bargains this Saturday with a pizza party which will be held at No.34 Sittingbourne High Street. Everyone is welcome to pop along between 11am-2pm to design their favourite toppings and enjoy a free pizza in return.
9
OCT
Last Sunday I was fortunate enough to be allowed to spend some time at the Rose Hill dig and after a short track along a path through some woodland behind Gore Court Cricket Club I found Sandy Hammock from Swale CVS ...
6
OCT
On Monday evening The Sittingbourne in Bloom Committee celebrated the horticultural achievements of Sittingbourne’s residents and community groups.
2
OCT
The site consisting of some 76 hectares is collectively referred to as the Land at North West Sittingbourne, actually comprises of five distinct developments, four of which are housing allocations supporting approximately 1,520 new homes and the fifth being the eagerly awaited, and some would say long overdue, site of the new secondary school, along with a new primary school to boot.
23
SEP
Shoppers in Swale will be able to park and ride for free in the run up to Christmas, as part of a scheme being trialled by Swale Borough Council.
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