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1
APR
The council have issued a statement to clarify which services and council workers are deemed to be essential during this difficult period.
31
MAR
Swale Borough Council have suspended the collection of Brown Bins with immediate effect, so if your garden waste brown bin is out for collection, please take it in off the street until collections are able to restart.
20
MAR
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to develop, Swale Borough Council has begun activating plans to maintain essential services across the borough.
3
MAR
The hub, which is located opposite to The Forum shopping centre and adjacent to the Bourne Place leisure quarter is due to open on the week commencing 16 March
27
FEB
Sittingbourne in Bloom received more than 700 entries from creative school children in Sittingbourne this year for their annual competition to design a flowerbed.
20
FEB
Children of all ages will be able to enjoy the refurbished play area at Newington Recreation Ground later this year thanks to a £20,000 grant from Swale Borough Council.
20
FEB
MP Gordon Henderson who has been waging war with Swale Borough Council in recent weeks has now set his sights on the councils environmental credentials.
6
FEB
In a bold move Swale Borough Council has rejected government funding to improvement transport links because it is predicated on building thousands of additional houses without any direct funding for other key supporting infrastructure such as health and education.
31
JAN
A Litter Angel has had her winning poster design put up in local McDonald’s car parks, following last year’s anti-litter poster competition in primary schools across Sittingbourne and Sheppey.
30
JAN
MS Swale declared Helen Caston as their Hero of the Year for overcoming her fear of heights to complete the KM Charity Abseil raising funds for the group.