Sittingbourne

Swale’s London Marathon runners With just one day left of training for runners to prepare themselves for this years London Marathon, we highlight some of the Borough’s runners who are taking on the 26.2 mile challenge around the sites of London. Organisers have already sent messages to competitors regarding the recent rise in temperatures, warning them […]

Sittingbourne regeneration works under-way More work has begun on the regeneration programme in Sittingbourne this week. The spirit of Sittingbourne regeneration will create a brand new 8 screen cinema, six new restaurants including Pizza Express & Wildwood, as well as a new 300 space multi car park. The first phase of works on the complex […]

A Sittingbourne Teacher performs on new singing show. A Computer-Science teacher from Sittingbourne was the first to appear on a new ITV singing show. Mr George Wheeler a teacher from Fulston Manor Secondary School in Sittingbourne appeared on the ITV new entertainment Sunday evening show “Change your tune” which doesn’t look for the best singer, […]

Southern Water criticised over payouts. Water bosses from Southern Water have landed themselves in hot water with councillors for treating Sheppey differently to Sittingbourne. At a Swale Borough Council meeting last Wednesday (28th March), Southern Water was first congratulated for slashing out £700,000 compensation automatically to over 5,000 Sittingbourne residents when homes, businesses & schools […]

Landlords call time after more than 10 years behind the bar. One of Kent’s oldest pubs will close its doors this week when landlords Kevin de Young & Christina Warren ring time for the final time. Kevin & Christina gave notice of their intention to resign the tenancy at The Ringlestone Inn to the brewers […]

Bank Holiday Monday Afternoon from 1pm This Bank Holiday Monday afternoon join Judders from 1pm as he looks at every Number 1 that has fallen on the Easter weekend since 1958. Judders said “Normally everyone makes a fuss of the Christmas number 1, but every year we have an Easter number 1, that goes unnoticed, […]

The Flashback – Easter Sunday from 10am Join us this Easter Sunday for a “Flashback Easter Special” as Judders takes us back to relive 3 “Classic Flashback Charts”, starting with the chart of the week-ending 3rd April 1958, then 3rd April 1976 & finally 4th April 1992. Judders explained “At 10am we kick off looking […]

Have your say on plans for local parks & spaces People are being asked for their views on plans for how local parks and open spaces are managed. Swale Borough Council is consulting on a new Open Spaces and Play Strategy for the borough. The strategy will set out how the council, working with residents […]

Gordon Henderson’s concern to keep Swale tidy Gordon Henderson MP has written to Swale Borough Council this week expressing his hope that they will review their contract with Biffa when it is due for renewal. Swale Borough Council currently has a contract with Biffa for household waste collections and to collect litter from roads across […]

Important School Information – Friday 2nd March 2018 As the wintry weather continues, schools are reporting closures again this morning. Here is our comprehensive list of school information for Friday 2nd March ONLY. Schools confirming as CLOSED today (Friday 2nd March) The Sittingbourne Community College – CLOSED The Westlands School (Secondary) – CLOSED Queen Elizabeth’s […]


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