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Tunstall Village Hall is gearing up to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III with an afternoon of entertainment, games, music and delicious food on May 8th, 2023. The free community event, which is open to all, promises to be a day of fun and festivity.
Swale Council inline with much of Kent once again has no single party in overall control of the council. Find out who your new councillors are in Sittingbourne and the surrounding area.
It might come as a surprise to learn that the UK electoral law doesn’t require claims in political campaigns to be either truthful or factually accurate, and that goes a long way to explain some of the literature contained in the Conservatives current election campaign.
We all know how difficult it can be getting an appointment with a GP, but what do we really know about the overall provision in Swale and what plans are in place for future provision?
The new £19 million a year contract begins in March 2024 and will bring improvements to all the existing service and make use of the latest technology.
Swale Borough Council will be launching the next local car club in the borough to help people access cleaner vehicles, without the expense and hassle of ownership.
People struggling to feed their families and pay their bills could be eligible for more support this winter.
Back to something akin to the pre-pandemic services, large numbers of residents gathered to honour the fallen for the Sittingbourne War Memorial Civil Service of Remembrance at the Sittingbourne Cenotaph.
The Deputy Mayor of Swale has unveiled three new sculpture benches at Milton Creek Country Park in Sittingbourne, as part of Ideas Test's Hidden Lands project, inspired by designs from the local community.
On Friday St Michael’s church opened its doors as part of England’s largest festival of history and culture