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31
MAR
If your local club or non-for-profit group could benefit from some financial help, then you should definitely consider this fantastic opportunity provided by The Rotary Club of Sittingbourne Invicta.
30
MAR
Now I don’t know about you, but I had the distinct impression that the recent announcement that a Marks & Spencer Food Hall was coming to Sittingbourne was generally very well received. A real positive step in the right direction for once.
16
MAR
Head of Planning James Freeman has been kind enough to let us have a copy of the Council’s current thinking on the solution of the Train Station’s Pick-up / Drop-off point.
15
MAR
Tomorrow evening councillors will be asked to support a plan to borrow £30 million in an urgent change to their budget arrangements.
13
MAR
It has now been an entire year since approval was granted for the Spirit of Sittingbourne’s regeneration proposals and besides the obvious announcement that cinema operator ‘The Light Cinema Experience’ is on board, progress is otherwise none-existent.
12
MAR
Life in Anglo-Saxon England became a reality for visitors to the Forum Shopping Centre today as shoppers mingled with living history re-enactors going about their everyday business.
9
MAR
Gemma Stokes aged 16 was named Miss Sittingbourne at the end of the selection process for the Sittingbourne Carnival Court which took place on Saturday evening at the Woodcoombe Sports and Social Club.
26
FEB
Little poets across Sittingbourne and Sheppey have had their anti-litter poems published into a book.
24
FEB
Our MP Gordon Henderson has issued a statement on why he will be voting to leave the EU.
23
FEB
The North Kent Marshes can be a cold, damp, lonely place or a bright, warm refuge from the urban hurly-burly. In times past few would venture into their disease ridden swamps. Local naturalists Ian Jackson and Keith Robinson explore the history of the marshes, their exploitation by man and its people which has rarely been told like this before.
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