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Children and parents will soon be able to enjoy revamped and freshly painted play areas around the borough this summer thanks to a £28,000 investment from Swale Borough Council.
The leader of the council will be updating members on how the council is working to help the local community recover from the impact of the coronavirus.
You may remember Natalie Gorman from a previous post where she tackled a smaller charity walk from Cromer Pier in Norfolk to Sittingbourne.
As a local estate agent for Harrisons Homes and former Swale Borough Council Candidate, I know that we have a housing crisis, however, there is not a shortage of houses being built, but a shortage of the right types of homes for local people, we need to build bungalows.
Leading Kent property developer Quinn Estates steps up once again as main sponsor of Sittingbourne Football Club.
People are being asked how Sittingbourne’s Avenue or Remembrance should be maintained so future generations can continue to remember those who died in the First and Second World Wars.
People are being asked their views on the current temporary road closures in the borough’s main towns, and whether they would like to see these orders made permanent.
Planning reforms announced in the Queen’s speech which set out to cut red tape and overhaul the planning process have faced a fierce backlash and almost universal condemnation from just about every quarter, including the former prime minister.
The wait is finally over, The Light is excited to announce the opening of its latest venue in Sittingbourne on Friday 28 May. Incorporating a state-of-the-art cinema, nine lane luxury bowl, retro arcade and street food dining experience, their venue is designed to surprise and delight guests.
Campaign group BRAD have said that they are "dismayed and angry, but not surprised by Robert Jenrick MP’s decision to uphold Quinn Estates appeal on the Wises Lane development are the feelings of the BRAD committee."