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Swale Borough Council’s climate and ecological emergency action plan is the second best in Kent according to Climate Emergency UK.
On Sunday 30 individual groups from all corners of Kent took part in a Day of Action as part of a co-ordinated campaign to highlight the scale of destruction due to development planned for Kent’s valuable green spaces.
More than 11,000 trees will be planted across 16 sites in Swale including Vincent Gardens in Sheerness, Leysdown Coastal Park, Homewood Avenue and Manor Grove Sittingbourne and Whitings Crescent and Windermere in Faversham.
The Sittingbourne News published by the KM Media Group recently came under fire from Swale Borough Council following the publication of an article entitled ‘Scuppered consultation cost £620K’ which was described by the council as a wilful distortion of the facts.
Whilst a more scaled back affair than before the pandemic, large numbers of residents gathered to honour the fallen for the Sittingbourne War Memorial Civil Service of Remembrance at the Sittingbourne Cenotaph.
People wanting to pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday can park for free in any council car park.
Santa’s post train is coming to Sittingbourne this year to collect children’s letters and deliver them to the North Pole.
Those watching No Time To Die on opening night (30 September) are encouraged to don their finest evening wear and dress to impress. There’ll be photo opportunities, a themed cocktail menu, and plenty of other surprises too – a true welcome back to cinema.
A developer consortium composed of the Kent Science Park, local landowners and Quinn Estates have put forward plans for a massive 50% increase of urban Sittingbourne, plus a business park to rival Eurolink in size.
Trying to understand a planning application on this scale is very difficult, so we have prepared an infographic which outline some of the fundamental impacts on Sittingbourne.