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25
JUL
Swale Borough Council is investing £150,000 in a more proactive approach to helping rough sleepers by working with charities and voluntary groups to help identify and support them back into suitable housing.
18
JUL
Swale council’s cabinet have agreed in principle to upgrade the borough’s CCTV network, bring the service back under council control and look at offering free WiFi in town centres.
26
JUN
Raybel Charters Community Interest Company has received National Lottery funding for the restoration of the Thames sailing barge Raybel, it was announced today. Made possible by National Lottery players, the project aims to bring the Raybel back into full sailing condition as an asset for the local community.
20
JUN
Swale and Sittingbourne in bloom have been working with KCC councillor John Wright, Sheppey college and local businesses to improve Roman Square.
20
JUN
Local primary school pupils can help reduce air pollution by entering a competition to design a banner to encourage people to switch off their engines outside the school gates.
13
JUN
Senior members of the Coalition administration at Swale Council have responded to recent adverse publicity surrounding the Spirit of Sittingbourne project.
30
MAY
Beginning on the 10th June and ending some time in December The Spirit of Sittingbourne partnership will be undertaking roadworks on one way section of St Michael’s Road
23
MAY
Cllr Roger Truelove has been elected as leader of a new coalition administration at Swale Borough Council.
21
MAY
Representatives from the Green Party, Independent Group, Labour, Liberal Democrats and Swale Independents met last week to sign an historic agreement to form a five-way coalition to collectively run Swale Borough Council.
4
MAY
The Conservatives have lost control of Swale Borough Council after losing half of their councillors including former council leader Andrew Bowles in what can only be described as a ‘Bloodbath’ for the local Conservative party.