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We have the latest vacancies from Sittingbourne & Sheerness Job Centre’s. BRFM Job Spot is back for another week, as we share the latest vacancies from Sittingbourne & Sheerness Job […]

Watering Lawns is waste of time & water say experts! Turf experts are advising homeowners to avoid watering established lawns during the current hot weather. The Turfgrass Growers Association, whose […]

Early harvest, means odour is on its way! The recent hot weather means local farmers will be harvesting some crops slightly earlier this year, which means organic matter will be […]

Donate your old School uniforms to help others. As the schools break up for summer, parents are being asked to donate school uniform that is no longer needed to help […]

We have the latest vacancies from Sittingbourne & Sheerness Job Centre’s. BRFM Job Spot is back for another week, as we share the latest vacancies from Sittingbourne & Sheerness Job […]

BRFM Job Spot (9th July – 13th July BRFM Job Spot is back for another week, as we share the latest vacancies from Sittingbourne & Sheerness Job Centres. If you’re […]

Sheerness Household recycling centre temporary closure If you plan on having a “clear out” or working on the Garden, the Sheerness household recycling centre will be closed from Monday 9th […]

Looking for work? We could have just the job for you! BRFM Job Spot is back for another week, as we share the latest vacancies from Sittingbourne & Sheerness Job […]

New fine increase for litter from Sunday 1st July Anyone caught dropping litter, leaving graffiti or fly-posting in Swale will be fined £150 from 1 July. Swale Borough Council agreed to raise the maximum fixed penalty notice (FPN) for the offences from their current £80 to £150 after new regulations came into force allowing council’s to increase the fines. The existing £80 level has been in place since 2006, with 1,633 FPN’s issued in 2017/18, and more than 100 people taken to court for non-payment. Any money left over after paying for the costs of the scheme is ring-fenced for environmental projects such as new litter bins, educational programmes and events to deter environmental crime. Cllr David Simmons, cabinet member for environment and rural affairs at the council, said: “The existing level has been in place for more than a decade, and doesn’t reflect the costs – socially or economically – that these kinds of offences create. “It doesn’t just cost council tax payers money to clean up the mess, itcan make an area feel less welcoming and attractive for local people. “In the last few years we’ve put in a lot of effort to increase the amount of litter enforcement with extra patrols being carried out. These are making a difference, but there is still a minority who believe they can get away with leaving a mess for others to clear up. […]

Looking for work? We could have just the job for you! BRFM Job Spot is back for another week, as we share the latest vacancies from Sittingbourne & Sheerness Job […]


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