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Local anti-litter charity, Litter Angels, has had a second children’s book published to encourage primary school aged children to not drop litter and take pride of their local environment.
People are being asked if there need to be any changes to conservation areas in Borden Parish and at Tonge.
Councillors have being given an update on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on employment in the borough which shows that between March and August the unemployment claimant count rose from 3.6 per cent to 6.8 per cent across Swale.
The campaign, is a scheme run in partnership by Google and organisation ParentZone. It aims to improve the understanding of primary school age children about the internet.
The Liberal Democrats are calling for an extension of the Government’s furlough scheme until the jobs market is “ready to bounce back” in the wake of “staggering job losses” across the country.
The plans were submitted by The Light, the company behind the 8-screen cinema currently being fitted out in the new Bourne Place development between the high street and train station.
Swale Borough Council has received more than £180,000 from the government’s Next Steps Accommodation Programme to help provide interim accommodation and support to rough sleepers.
Gordon Henderson MP has today shown support for British food and farming on Back British Farming Day, recognising the crucial role farmers play in producing food for the nation and caring for the countryside.
With recent report of cases of coronavirus in the area, Swale Borough Council wants to reassure residents that the number of local cases is still low.
In preparation for the easing of the lockdown measures, the Government asked local councils to take measures to protect public safety as High Streets reopened. In Swale this included putting in place various safety measures and pedestrianisation, and these have made it easier for people to visit and support local shops safely.