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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.
8
OCT
Swale Borough Council is spreading the Christmas cheer with £25,000 to support Christmas lights across the borough, albeit very late in the day.
2
OCT
On the evening of September 18th at the Fulston Manor School Millennium Hall, Sittingbourne-in-Bloom held their annual prize giving ceremony for the winners of the Spring and Summer front garden competitions.
2
OCT
The second phase of Spirit of Sittingbourne roadworks in Sittingbourne town centre will be complete by October 22nd, it has been announced today.
20
SEP
As part of its on-going commitment to the local community, The Forum Shopping Centre in Sittingbourne is challenging all budding young writers to create a spooky story this Halloween and be in with the chance of winning a special prize for themselves and their school.
8
AUG
A great deal of local history is written by local authors and I am always interested to learn more about the author and the storey behind the book. So, when I heard that Vic Wise had just published a book entitled “The Sea In My Blood” I quickly arranged a meeting.
1
AUG
Shock as council finally reveals the true cost of preparing the last Local Plan which came in a staggering £3.6 million over budget. This totally contradicts information supplied by the council under a freedom of information request...
20
JUL
The recent hot weather means local farmers will be harvesting some crops slightly earlier this year, which means organic matter will be spread on to fields over the coming weeks.
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