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On Friday St Michael’s church opened its doors as part of England’s largest festival of history and culture
The eastbound (coastbound) entry and exit slips between the M2 and A249 from Monday 12 September 2022 until Friday 13 January 2023.
Milton Creek Country Park and Oare Gunpowder Works Country Park have been awarded Green Flags.
A plan for futureproofed, accessible, and affordable electric vehicle charging has been agreed by Swale Borough Council.
The council has received almost £500,000 from Kent County Council’s (KCC) Household Support Fund to help families with children and pensioners access food boxes and vouchers to pay their electric, gas and water bills.
In just a month Cheran’s Bakery has grown so popular that the opening hours have just been extended twice in just a few days with the shop at 70-72 West Street now open 7 days a week and evenings until 10pm from Monday to Saturday.
A friend told me that I should pay a visit to Borden Church to see the display of royal memorabilia. He explained that they had a few royal plates and stuff.
Cllr Baldock was elected as the new leader of the council at an extraordinary council meeting last week, and he replaces Cllr Roger Truelove, who announced he was stepping down last month.
Trenport East Hall Park Ltd are seeking your views on their proposals for up to 330 new homes on land to the west of Church Road adjacent to East Hall on the north-eastern edge of Sittingbourne.
After almost three year heading up the coalition that runs Swale Borough Council, Cllr Roger Truelove is to step down