Sittingbourne


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Sittingbourne

(sĭt`ĭngbôrn), town (1991 pop. 35,893), Kent, SE England, on the ancient Watling Street and on the old route of pilgrimage to Canterbury. It is an agricultural market with paper, paint, and cement works. It includes Milton Regis.
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The whole business of the human race, between London and Dover, being spoliation, Mr Dorrit was waylaid at Dartford, pillaged at Gravesend, rifled at Rochester, fleeced at Sittingbourne, and sacked at Canterbury.
"Sittingbourne [on 97 points after a modest 15 point haul] remain favourites with their home leg still to come, but anything can happen and we're right in the race for second.
Remember when Reflecting back on the wonderful years my husband and I have spent living in Sittingbourne, one person I really miss is our milkman, Terry, who used to deliver milk to our doorstep.
Officers were called to a disturbance at the block in Henley Place, London Road, Sittingbourne, Kent, at 1.30am and the incident was resolved.
The British Youth Championship took place over six rounds throughout the season, with meetings at Leicester, Mildenhall, Northside ( Workington), Eastbourne, Scunthorpe and Sittingbourne.
Applying for judicial review of a decision to close Sittingbourne Magistrates' Court in Kent, William Clegg QC told three judges the consultation process that led to the closure decision last December was so flawed that the decision should be quashed.
Situated in north Sittingbourne, work involves piling for the new Milton Creek Bridge which will span over a tidal estuary in a sensitive ecological environment.
Eclipse Scientific Group, the UK's leading analytical food testing organisation and a member of the Inspicio Group, is pleased to announce the opening of a new facility in Sittingbourne, Kent.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-18 December 2006-M-real to close its mill in Sittingbourne in the UK(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The youth pleaded not guilty to the murder of Michael Chapman, also 16, who was killed while walking home in Sittingbourne, Kent, on June 16.
Kent police said more than 40 officers, along with colleagues from the Ministry of Defence, swooped on properties in Sittingbourne and Gillingham.