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JUN
Residents of Sittingbourne came out on Saturday to show their support and appreciation for serving and former armed forces personnel.
23
JUN
On Sunday 12th June Jasmine Crompton joined Her Majesty The Queen at the Patron’s Lunch on The Mall to help celebrate her 90th Birthday.
21
JUN
On Thursday evening, Dean "Over the Top” Winstanley, one of darts superstars came along to the UK Paper Leisure Club as the special guest of honour to present trophies to members of the Sittingbourne Men’s Open Darts League.
17
JUN
Justin Richardson, a silversmith based in Canterbury visited the CSI lab yesterday to discuss the next stages of work on his replica of the Canterbury Museum Iron Age helmet that is in the lab for conservation.
17
JUN
The woods surrounding Oare Gunpowder Works were brought to life with music, art and entertainment last Sunday as the Swale Arts Forum hosted their eighth annual ‘Artist in the Woods’ event.
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JUN
Girlguiding Sittingbourne Division are celebrating this year the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Divisions campsite Hornhill at Milstead.
15
JUN
On Monday evening I attended the public consultation on the proposed mixed use development at Cryalls Lane and Wises Lane hosted by Quinn Estates to promote a scheme to build 612 houses, a new primary school, sports pitches and 1 acre of commercial space.
11
JUN
Local author Patricia Robinson has published a new book entitled 'A Town at War' which features the story of the people of Sittingbourne and Milton during the First World War.
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.
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