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Parking concessions put in place in March in response to the coronavirus pandemic will come to an end on 1 July.
Local not-for-profit and commercial organisations are being invited to express their interest in running an art, cultural and creative space at 34 High Street in Sittingbourne.
Visitors to town centres will find it easier to safely social distance from next week when three high streets are temporarily pedestrianised.
Shoppers are being welcomed back to our high streets from Monday as non-essential retailers reopen their doors.
A local arts organisation is keeping older people connected through the lockdown with musical workshop sessions with local musicians.
People can have their say on how Swale Borough Council decides who can get social housing.
With the coronavirus pandemic contributing to an 81% increase in demand for foodbanks, support for these organisations is more important than ever. In response to this, Kent-based property developer, Quinn Estates has donated £2000 to Swale Food Bank.
Outstanding news for a local history group… the Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne (HRGS) who run the Heritage Hub and its volunteers, have been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS) for 'Promoting local history through research, exhibitions, events and publications'.
The response of local people to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been praised by Swale Borough Council.
Swale Borough Council’s cabinet will receive an update on the financial impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) next week.