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12
NOV
The number of people attending the Royal British Legion Memorial Service to fallen comrades at the Sittingbourne Cenotaph seems to grow as every year passes, which was especially pleasing to see given the dip in temperature this morning.
9
NOV
ArrivaClick, which has been operating a smart minibus service in and around Sittingbourne, including Kent Science Park, since March this year, will be operating for extended hours from Monday 13th November.
5
NOV
Many people were quick to jump to the conclusion that the cancellation of the Sittingbourne Christmas Light’s switch on event was merely due to a clash of personalities between the organisers and Swale Borough Council on the basis of a few minor disagreements that could easily have been overcome.
1
NOV
Gordon Henderson MP, Member of Parliament for Sittingbourne & Sheppey, met with Highways England officials in Westminster yesterday (Tuesday 31st October) to discuss the agency’s proposals for Junction 5 at Stockbury, known as Option 12a.
22
OCT
The Forum Shopping Centre kicked off its ‘frighteningly’ good half term fun on Saturday with the first of a two-weekend Halloween extravaganza.
18
OCT
Swales first ever Fusion Festival kicked off on Friday evening with a lantern parade through the high street featuring children from 8 local schools and a host of colourful entertainers moving to a hypnotic drum rhythm.
11
OCT
The first ever Swale Fusion Festival will be taking place on Friday 13 October and Saturday 14 October 2017.
11
OCT
Tensions have arisen following the planning committee’s refusal of planning permission for the last plot of land on the Great Easthall estate because it did not include a shop.
10
OCT
Sittingbourne shoppers are in for a ‘frighteningly’ good treat this October half term as The Forum Shopping Centre is set to host a haunting extravaganza.
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.
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