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Six weeks remain to apply to Swale Borough Council’s grant scheme for sporting projects in our area. The current round of funding will expire at the end of February, but £6000 remains unallocated. The maximum grant for any one project is £1000 and only one application can be submitted by an organisation in each financial […]

Summa’s Story. Back in March 2017 our 21 year old, healthy, independent and beautiful cousin Summa started to get sick, she rapidly deteriorated into a state of not being able to speak or even move, also suffering severe memory loss which left her not being able to recognise her own 1 year old miracle baby […]

Swale Borough Council are supporting a scheme from the National Private Hire Taxi Association to increase awareness about the physical and verbal abuse suffered by taxi drivers. It follows news that two men were jailed after setting a taxi alight after a night out in Canterbury in December, while the driver was still inside. Several […]

Swale Borough Council are tackling inconsiderate and dangerous parking outside schools across Swale, as well as reducing CO2 emissions in enforcement patrols. Over the two months of October and November, Civil Enforcement Officers have made 185 visits to schools and issued 39 Penalty Charge Notices to drivers parked dangerously and inconsiderately outside schools during drop off […]

Thieves target signalling cables overnight There was major train disruption on Sheppey after thieves stole signalling cables overnight. No trains were running between Queenborough and Sheerness following the theft. A replacement bus service was put in place until the service returned to normal at around 2pm. The theft was discovered after Sheerness-on-Sea’s signaller encountered a […]

12 Year old hit by car in Sittingbourne A 12 year old School boy was taken to hospital on Friday (4th January) evening after being hit by a car. Burley Road in Sittingbourne was closed by Police after the child was knocked down just after 4:20pm yesterday. Police closed the road from the junction of […]

Thanks to Tesco, Sheerness and O’Meara’s Butchers, Broadway, Minster After a very successful nomination process, our judges (Mr Neil McLennan form Icars and Councillor Cameron Beart) decided on the following nomination. Sam from The Freedom Centre, Sheerness nominated a family who attend the centre after hearing our appeal. Sam Wrote: “I would love to nominate […]

Gordon Henderson MP has welcomed improvements to be introduced by the Government for Universal Credit claimants under their Managed Migration regulations. Mr Henderson lobbied the Government to make improvements during a parliamentary debate.  This followed a visit to a Sittingbourne foodbank where concern was raised about the effect Universal Credit was having on some people. […]

For the fourth successive year two of Sheppey’s beaches have reached the highest standard of water quality. Both Minster Leas Beach and Sheerness Beach have once again received an excellent rating for the quality of their bathing water, and Leysdown Beach has achieved the good rating. The ratings from the Environment Agency are based on more than […]

It’s back again tonight, Dad’s Can’t Dance on BRFM 95.6FM and online brfm.net  from 7pm with Kent’s only comedy radio music show. Join Elwood and Pete and see if your are brave or stupid enough to play Kamikaze Jukebox. Also follow us on twitter @dadscantdance


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