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6
JUN
This year the Swale Arts Forum have left 3,000 painted Stones around the Swale area. The idea is for the found stones to be bought to the woods at Oare gunpowder works and create a magical installation ‘No Stone Should be left Alone’
5
JUN
Today visitors to the Bredgar and Wormshill Light Railway were transported to the 1940’s where two rival groups of re-enactors the Yanks and Limeys (The Filthy Fifth) and Fallschirmjager 2k / 3r had set up camp ahead of an impending battle.
22
MAY
In order to fully appreciate the debate that is currently taking place it is necessary to understand a few key points which I will endeavour to explain here.
21
MAY
Residents came out in force to celebrate, following the Parish Council’s purchase of the recreation ground, which has thwarted proposals for housing on the site.
20
MAY
1st Milton Regis Brownies are the first of Sittingbourne Brownies to get bike safe savvy this week by attending an entry-level bike workshops for children hosted by Halfords on Sittingbourne Retail Estate.
17
MAY
It has been another record year for the Rotary Club of Sittingbourne Invicta’s Annual 10K Race which attracted 397 registrations for the main event and a further 210 children took part in the 2K Fun Run.
16
MAY
True to their word, The Swale Arts Forum initiated an invasion of Sittingbourne and hundreds of people came from far and wide to visit the extraordinarily successful Sci-Fi event.
12
MAY
MP Gordon Henderson questions whether the current system of building regulation is fit for purpose after the health of home owners in Swale is put at risk.
8
MAY
The so-called ‘affordable’ housing policy I think sums up what is so obviously wrong with the allocation of housing within Swale. Sure there are targets to meet, but if this, and I don’t believe for a minute that it will make any material difference, is going to bring house prices within the reach of the majority of the population then the policy is fatally flawed.
8
MAY
As the agenda is released for what will no doubt be a controversial meeting, we finally get to see an indication of the sites likely to come forward to meet the new housing targets imposed on us by central government.
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