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JUN
Cllr Mike Baldock believes in a future where local democracy is conducted independently of national politics, where residents and communities are at the forefront of decision making and decisions are not simply based on towing the party line.
11
JUN
So at the last minute, the start of the roadworks connected with the town centre redevelopment has been slightly delayed until 8pm tonight, at least that is what the current official line is. More importantly, The Spirit of Sittingbourne has chosen to change part of the diversion route, although in their usual abysmal style of communications this is not even mentioned.
30
MAY
Following the public consultation on the M2 Junction 5 improvement scheme which took place at the end of last year, Highways England has actually listened to the public and abandoned its favoured Option 12A which was set to cost £100 million and drawn up new plans which include a flyover.
29
MAY
Nando’s the South African restaurant known for its flamed grilled PERi-PERi chicken has been revealed as the latest big name to sign up for the Spirit of Sittingbourne leisure quarter, with construction currently scheduled to start in early September and potentially opening in the autumn of 2019
29
MAY
According to the Spirit of Sittingbourne, the next phase of works in the Spirit of Sittingbourne regeneration programme commenced today; however, following feedback from town centre businesses and the general public the Spirit of Sittingbourne are pausing the advertised road closures.
13
MAY
Medway & Maidstone athletics club would appear to be unstoppable producing yet another winner Lee McMeekin with a winning time of 35:25.
12
MAY
This week I caught up with Maureen Rainey from the Kent Wildlife Trust who was at the Forum Shopping Centre along with members of Sittingbourne in Bloom and a host of other organisations to promote the idea of making your garden more wildlife friendly.
29
APR
Last week we were invited to meet new business owner Lee Watts of Oliver & Lee Hair Design, who is more well known by his clientele as Oli at his new hairdressing premises in East Street, or the lower east side as the team has dubbed it.
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APR
Swale Borough Council is about to embark on possibly the most absurd and ludicrous consultation they have ever concocted in order to support their case for a new garden town in Swale. In a couple of weeks’ time, you will be asked for your opinion.
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APR
A year six primary school pupil from Sittingbourne has been chosen as the winner of a children’s birthday card design competition launched by Arriva Click to celebrate its first birthday this month.
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