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22
MAY
Sittingbourne based author Veronica Cook who is currently promoting her new book ‘Veronica, Hidden Harm’ with book signings at branches of WH Smith and Waterstones was in the Sittingbourne branch of WH Smith’s on Saturday and sold her entire stock.
10
MAY
Sittingbourne in Bloom are hoping to make it all the way to Gold in this years South and South East in Bloom Competition.
9
MAY
A Sittingbourne woman has achieved her dream job of working on the accounts of a fashion and design company after successfully completing courses at a specialist UK-wide e-learning college focusing exclusively on bookkeeping and accounting.
5
MAY
The Kent County Council election results are just in for the wards covering the Sittingbourne area and the conservative candidates have taken control of all four seats.
2
MAY
The Friends of the Wisdom Hospice staged their third Colour Me Purple 5k sponsored run around Milton Creek Country Park on Sunday.
27
APR
A team of judges have been out and about all over Sittingbourne scouting for the perfect front garden for this year’s annual Sittingbourne in Bloom spring front garden competition.
25
APR
The Sittingbourne Retail Association’s annual St George’s Day event on Saturday once again managed to pull in the crowds with fun packed roster of entertainment, stalls and fun fair rides.
24
APR
Andrew Bowles the leader of Swale Borough Council who is standing in the forthcoming KCC county elections for the new super-sized ward of Swale East which stretches the entire length of the borough from the A249 in Bredgar all the way to Dunkirk, has pledged that housing must be sited in Sittingbourne and Sheppey first.
20
APR
Tory councillors on Swale Borough Council have awarded themselves an inflation busting bumper pay deal whilst council employees pay remains capped at 1%. On average a Tory councillor is now a staggering 15.59% better off than last year whilst the average pay of a UKIP councillor has seen a pay cut of 4.70%.
23
MAR
Whilst the Council have been keen to talk up the start of this very lengthy regeneration scheme, with the demolition of the Biffa Depot in readiness for the Drive through Costa, Iceland and Home Bargains retail stores, most of us are eager to know when the rest of it might happen.
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