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APR
On arrival at the St George's Day Extravaganza which took place along Sittingbourne High Street yesterday the sky looked a worryingly dark shade of grey, but actually the weather did by and large hold off for the next three hours or so until mid-way through the first heat of the annual tug-of-war competition the high street was carpeted white with hail.
18
APR
Milton Creek Country Park, bathed in glorious sun shine, although still a bit nippy staged one of its more colourful events yesterday morning when 630 runners and hundreds more family members arrived for the second ever ‘Colour Me Purple’ fun run in aid of Wisdom Hospice.
6
APR
You may be aware that in early February Sue Turner the government inspector in charge of the public inquiry on the Council’s Local Plan set a revised housing target of building 776 houses per annum which I’m told provides a new plan total of 13,192.
3
APR
We paid a visit to No.34 High Street on Saturday afternoon to take a look at their animation classes and stumbled upon their take on the BBC’s Get Creative Day.
2
APR
Well, probably a lot more than most people are aware of, but a question nevertheless that I hear all too frequently and one which has spurred 16-year-old Patrick Cantellow into action.
2
APR
We popped along to the new monthly local produce market in Teynham village hall this morning and whilst this is still in its infancy I was surprised at the range and quality of the produce on offer.
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.
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