Swale Borough Council

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People with no-one to help them get food or essential items while they are self-isolating can get support from Swale Borough Council. The council has set up a community support […]

We’re incredibly grateful for people’s understanding of the cancellation of our garden waste service last week. This helped our contractors focus on making sure that general waste, recycling and food […]

Kent residents are being reminded to avoid unnecessary travel to coastal areas and other popular open spaces this weekend as efforts continue to curb the spread of Covid-19. With the […]

People are being asked to give their opinion on the proposed changes to Swale Borough Council’s Street Trading Policy. The policy outlines how the council licenses street trading around the […]

Council spokesperson said: “We are extremely grateful for the kind words we’ve had about our waste collection crews. They really appreciate them, and the thank you cards and messages left […]

Swale Borough Council is calling for expressions of interest from local not-for-profits and commercial organisations who are interested in running the new catering kiosk at Faversham Rec. The kiosk is […]

Swale Borough Council is investing more than £218,000 to continue to help rough sleepers get off the streets for good. The investment comes following the success of the new proactive approach that […]

People with mobility challenges can now access the new healthy living centre at Sheerness Leisure Complex using the newly built disabled car park next to the pool building. Swale Borough […]

People have until the end of February to get a grant from their councillor to help improve their local community. Each of Swale’s 47 councillors has £2,400 available every year […]

A man has been prosecuted after garage parts, wood, a hanging basket, roofing felt, broken up cabinets, furniture items and cardboard boxes were dumped along Ridham Dock Road last year. […]


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