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18
JUL
Francesca Bandalac who attends Regis Manor Primary School, became the first winner of the new Sittingbourne in Bloom Design a Flower Bed Competition.
12
JUL
Last Thursday the RHS south, south east regional judges visited Sittingbourne to see all the horticultural, environmental and community work that has taken place in the town over the last year.
11
JUL
A new family friendly historic trail has been designed to encourage walkers to discover the history of some of the main buildings, by finding pictures of 15 cats, which are displayed in the windows of participating outlets
3
JUL
It will hurt, take some time and require sacrifice, yes you guessed the long-anticipated roadworks ahead of the main construction work for the regeneration of Sittingbourne’s town centre are about to commence.
1
JUL
There was certainly no shortage of activities on offer at today’s Borden Village Fete with a Punch and Judy Show, balloon racing, a treasure hunt and dog show for starters.
20
JUN
A Government inspector has approved the council’s strategy for future development in Swale.
14
JUN
The Sittingbourne and Sheppey Conservative Association (SSCA) and Gordon Henderson MP are appealing for items to help the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in London.
13
JUN
Without a UKIP candidate, the race was on to see who would pick up the healthy share, around 25%, of the vote UKIP picked up in 2015.
25
MAY
The Historical Research Group of Sittingbourne (HRGS) announced that Deputy Lieutenant of Kent, Paul Auston has agreed to become the new Honorary President of HRGS, taking over from Bill Croydon CBE, who has stepped down for family reasons.
23
MAY
A special event was held on Saturday to mark the end of a yearlong exploration of what remain of Rose Hill House situated behind Gore Court Cricket Club.
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