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  • Sandgate Art and Craft Fair Easter 2015 poster
    Article: Mar 26, 2015

    Don't miss the Arts and Craft Fair at the Chichester Hall in Sandgate this Saturday 28th March from 10am to 3pm.

    Great way to start your Easter celebrations and buy those Easter gifts.

    Jewellery, Easter Gifts, plants & flowers, Easter eggs and cones and much more - especially for the children!

  • Free School Meals
    Article: Jan 26, 2015

    "I have to say we have been very lucky to have had the Liberal Democrats in government; cutting income tax for the lowest paid, marriage equality, defending the Human Rights Act against those in the Conservatives who would wish to repeal the Act, free school meals for primary school children, trying to reform our tired old political system by having a referendum on the electoral system and attempting to reform the House of Lords and finally arguing to remain as part of the European Union in the face of an increasingly Eurosceptic, right wing Conservative Party."

  • Article: Jan 16, 2015

    This Saturday sees the first Sandgate Farmers' Market of 2015 - we really hope to see you there.

    Great new stalls (home made chocolates, handmade soaps, cards & gifts) as well as the firm favourites including fresh baked bread, deli, traditionally reared meat and seasonal locally grown fruit and veg.

  • Happy Christmas
    Article: Dec 23, 2014
    By Amanda Oates & Gaye Thomas, Sandgate Parish Clerks in Sandgate Parish Council email update - subscribe to get your own copy direct at http://kentparishes.us9.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=5f514ef0bfeaa06561a9732ac&id=a052514f0e

    The offices of Sandgate Parish Council will be closed from 1pm today, 23rd December 2014, and will reopen on Friday 2nd January 2015, at 9am.

    Sandgate Library will also close at 1pm today and will then open: Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th December, 9.30am to 1pm and then normal service will resume Friday 2nd January.

  • Document: Dec 18, 2014
  • Lynne Beaumont and Tim Prater on Horn Street bridge
    Article: Dec 18, 2014

    Kent County Council Highways department have demanded more detailed information about projected traffic around Horn Street bridge as part of the Shorncliffe Barracks planning application, or have threatened to reccommend opposing approval of the application.

    In a letter to Shepway Development Control on 10 December Kent Highways say they need to see much more detailed traffic projections before they could accept the development, saying the submitted information is "not satisfactory". They've placed a "holding objection" on the development until more information is provided, and if it is not say they would recommend refusal.

  • Christmas card 2014
    Article: Dec 17, 2014

    Shepway Council have announced details of their 2014 Christmas service, from waste collections to office opening hours.

    Christmas waste collections: Monday 22 December to Friday 26 December 2014

    Please check the table below to see when your waste will be collected over the Christmas period. There may be a difference of up to two days to your normal collection day.

  • Article: Dec 10, 2014

    On the 100th anniversary of the Christmas Day Truce, during World War One, which inspired The Farm's 1990 hit All Together Now, many of the UK's biggest music stars have united as The Peace Collective, to re-record the song. The new track features a backing choir of schoolboy footballers from the Premier League and German Bundesliga. All profits from the release, out December 15th, will go to the Shorncliffe Trust and the British Red Cross.

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