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Sittingbourne Community Radio (106.9 SFM) and Swale charity SATEDA were both presented with a King’s Award for Voluntary Service on 16 April in a joint celebration at Swale House, Sittingbourne, where the two organisations are based.
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More than 870 people have been helped with the cost of living crisis across 18 events hosted by Swale Borough Council. Following this success, the council have decided to extend the One Swale Roadshows to one event each month on rotation around the borough until March 2025.
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Phoenix Explorers have risen from the ashes to create a remarkable opportunity for young people to develop Skills for Life.
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People with multiple and complex disabilities have better access to council leisure centres after Swale Borough Council finished improvements to changing and toilet facilities.
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MAR
Nominations are now open to recognise the contributions of community heroes in Swale. The Mayor’s Civic Award is asking for people to nominate hidden heroes who work to help others.
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MAR
On Sunday afternoon 16-year-old Urennaya was crowned Miss Sittingbourne and will be the first Miss Sittingbourne in five years to take part in a Sittingbourne Carnival to be held in August.
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MAR
The Light Sittingbourne are excited to announce that they are introducing augmented reality darts to their cinema and leisure offer from Friday 29th March.
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MAR
Local teacher Sophie Spillett from Milton Regis was recognised last Wednesday evening for her commitment to local children with special educational needs and disabilities at the 3rd British Diversity Awards
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MAR
Cake Box who specialise in 100% egg free produce, held the official grand opening of their brand-new Sittingbourne store on Saturday. Located at 52 on the High Street this is their 8th store in Kent, with others located in Ashford, Chatham, Dartford, Folkestone, Gravesend, Maidstone and Strood.
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MAR
Uniformed marshals will be working to keep the town centres of Sheerness and Sittingbourne safe over the Easter school holidays. The marshals will be once again patrolling the high streets to help prevent and tackle anti-social behaviour, after receiving a positive response over the December and February school holidays.