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SEP
This weekend we were once again treated to a dazzling display of art on the walls, pavements and alleyways along the full length of Sittingbourne High Street.
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SEP
The update on the town centre regeneration on Wednesday evening should have provided some reassurance and confidence that contrary to popular opinion the Spirit of Sittingbourne scheme to regenerate the town centre isn’t about to be consigned to the dustbin.
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AUG
For a project that has been beset with problems from the outset, the revelation that the £2.5 million grant from the SE LEP Local Growth Fund, which is intended to fund the road alterations in front of the railway station, requires that work is completed by the end of March 2017 is a serious concern.
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AUG
I met up with local photographer Rebecca Caudell on the final day of her exhibition ‘I see’ in which she exhibited a number of photos taken during her time travelling around Australia, Indonesia and Thailand.
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AUG
Swale Borough Council wants local people inspired by the Olympics to help get Swale active by applying for funding for projects that promote sport and physical activity.
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JUL
The sun was shining and the fans came en masse in eager anticipation of Iwade Rock's return and boy did it rock.
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JUL
Chloe Archer who attends Minterne Junior School, became what might be the final winner of the Sittingbourne in Bloom Design the Station Roundabout Competition.
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JUL
National chain The Works who offer books, toys, gifts, stationery and arts & crafts at discount prices have opened the doors of their brand new Sittingbourne store, located in the Forum Shopping Centre.
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JUL
On Monday evening I witnessed first-hand the full scale of the opposition against plans to develop 600 new houses off Cryalls Lane and Wises Lane. A level of opposition that I personally haven’t seen in nearly a decade, there must have been around 300 residents packed like sardines into Borden village hall.
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JUL
South and South East in Bloom judges Ian Fleming from Canterbury and Ian Hulf from Sidcup were welcomed to the town by Sittingbourne in Bloom Committee Members last Friday as the judging begins.
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