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14
NOV
A Year 7 student at Fulston Manor School has been chosen as the winner of The Forum Shopping Centre’s spooky story competition
14
NOV
I was fortunate enough to get a meeting with Mark Quinn of Quinn Estates and what follows is the discussion that took place. I should make it clear that I am not a fan of this scheme and that I do not necessarily agree with everything that was said, but in fairness you can make up your own mind.
11
NOV
Unsparingly for the centenary of the end of the First World War crowds flocked to this year’s memorial service at Sittingbourne Cenotaph.
4
NOV
Today following an incredible 6 years of research the Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne unveiled their 'Wall of Reflection'
29
OCT
We are under strict instructions to make you aware that the design is under review pending finalising the design following engagement with the local authorities and environmental bodies.
21
OCT
Yesterday I popped along to the Forum Shopping Centre for the first of their Spooktacular half term events. The event, which I should add is completely free of charge, offers lots of fun for younger children.
19
OCT
I can already hear the collective sigh as the news spreads that the late running town centre roadworks are not going to be fully finished by Monday.
18
OCT
It’s hard to believe that the Swale Fusion Festival which took place on Friday 12th October along Sittingbourne High Street is only in its second year, given the shear number of people packed into the high street.
17
OCT
Sittingbourne’s The Forum Shopping Centre is hosting two days of scarily good Halloween fun on Saturday 20th and Saturday 27th October.
9
OCT
The council’s unofficial frontrunner for a new garden town, which has not yet even gained consent in principal has just grown even larger. The Quinn Estates, Highsted Park scheme has now been extended to cover the whole of Bapchild, massive tranches of Tonge and surprisingly even parts of East Hall Farm.
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