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Burst water main & residents without running water Parts of Sheerness High Street remain closed this evening, nearly 24 hours after it’s initial closure due to a burst water main flooding the road. Sheerness High Street has been closed between Victoria Street & St. Georges Avenue since 8pm yesterday. Businesses in the High Street have […]

Sheppey Crossing camera’s in action Over 300 motorists have been caught by the new Sheppey Crossing average speed cameras since their installation. The average speed camera’s which were switched on in May, have caught over 330 drivers exceeding the 70mph speed limit, with a figure that is likely to increase before the end of the […]

Help create a unique Poppy display 2017 Swale Borough Council is launching a knitted poppy appeal at Sheppey Gateway as part of local efforts to mark this year’s Remembrance Day. Swale Borough Council is working with the Royal British Legion, Sheppey Matters and Gateways across Kent, as well as local libraries and community groups, to […]

Cash Machine Ram-raid – Morrisons, Sheppey. Police continue to look for witnesses this morning, 24 hours after thieves targeted the Morrisons supermarket at Neats Court in Queenborough, and stole a cash machine from the outside of the building using a digger, believed to be from a neighbouring construction site. Officers were called to the Supermarket […]

Could the Sheppey Zulu’s be making a return? A group that were a traditional attraction at many Sheppey public based events could make a return despite previously disbanding amid claims of racism & increasing red-tape. They are one of the Isle of Sheppey’s longest running traditions, collecting thousands of pounds for many good causes & […]

This week on the Flashback (Sunday 10th September) Join “Archbishop Flash-backer Judders” on the Flashback Show this Sunday from 10am, as we travel back to the furthest we’ve ever travelled. This week Judders relieves the chart of the week-ending 11th September 1958! Hand picking some of the best songs out of this weeks chart. Top […]

High Street Closure – Wednesday 6th September   Sheerness High Street is to be closed to traffic on Wednesday (6th September) night for carriageway repairs. Kent County Council engineers will be working on the road from 7.30pm until 6am the following morning (Thursday). Motorists will be diverted onto Millennium Way instead. The High Street will closed between […]

Rose St Cottage of Curiosities in Sheerness is opening for the first time as part of Heritage Open Days on Thur 7th, Fri 8th, and Sat 9th September from 11 am – 3 pm. Children can follow our Trail to discover and learn about some of our curious artefacts and earn a Wheels of Time […]

Thieves target The Abbey Cake Shop, Minster The owners of the Abbey Cake shop are appealing for witnesses with information after discovering thieves had targeted their business during the early hours of Sunday morning. Owners of the popular Minster business, took to Facebook after discovering the front door of their shop had been smashed and […]

Officers investigating a collision on the Isle of Sheppey are appealing for witnesses.   The incident happened in First Avenue, Sheerness, at about 8am on Wednesday 9 August 2017.   A woman in her 50s was taken to a London hospital with serious injuries after a collision with a blue Audi A4.   Two other […]

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