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9
OCT
Last November the Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne teamed up Swale Community Rail Partnership, and Kent Community Rail Partnership with volunteers and re-enactors to stage an ambitious Swale-wide event to remember the unsung volunteer heroes and-forgotten ambulance train service of the Great War.
9
OCT
Swale Borough Council’s cabinet approved plans to consult on a new Open Spaces and Play Strategy for the borough. Local people will get to have their say on plans for how parks and open spaces are managed.
29
SEP
Local MP, Gordon Henderson, has dressed in pink to lend his support to the flagship fundraiser of Breast Cancer Now, Wear It Pink, which will see thousands of people across the UK adding a splash of pink to their outfits on Friday 20 October and raise vital funds for breast cancer research.
26
SEP
The hard work of an army of local volunteer gardeners was rewarded at the RHS South, South East in Bloom Awards last Wednesday.
20
SEP
The controversy surrounding the announcement of the proposed solution for the scheme aiming to improve the M2 junction 5 continues unabated, but is all the criticism levelled at the scheme justified?
2
SEP
Kent Kite Flyers are inviting residents to join them this weekend at Milton Creek Country Park for some kite flying fun.
31
AUG
From Saturday, 9 September the cashless payment system for the council’s 27 pay and display car parks will change from the existing provider to a new provide called RingGo.
27
AUG
The Council keen to follow up on the success of the generally well received artisan markets which run every second Saturday of the month are promoting a new range of specialist and themed markets which kicked off yesterday with a Sittingbourne Food Festival.
25
AUG
Following stiff competition, the Sittingbourne in Bloom Committee have awarded Mr and Mrs Watson from Hobart Gardens first prize in this year’s Summer Front Garden Competition.
13
AUG
This Thursday evening an application is due to be considered for 50 new homes on Manor Farm alongside the old A249 Chestnut Street. Whilst the site is an official allocation within the recently adopted Local Plan there remains an outstanding objection from Highways England, a point which council officers have neglected to even mention in their report.
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