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    It's a busy time, we'll be running lots of events over the spring. Coming to these events is a great chance to have your say about our services. You'll find several competitions in this edition of news&views. So, why not give them a go? A big 'thank you' to all residents who helped with this edition of news&views.

  • Rushenden Court, Isle of Sheppey, Kent

    Our Rushenden Court scheme has delivered eight large, high specification homes to shared owners in Rushenden, Queenborough, Kent.

  • Competition - healthy cooking on a budget!

    Can you cook healthy and tasty food on a budget? Would you like to share your recipes with others? We're offering prizes for winning recipes used in a 2015 healthy eating calendar we're producing! Send your recipes with a photo and breakdown of cost by 13 October 2014 to: competitions@amicushorizon.org.uk or contact Wayne McQuaid for more details.

  • AmicusHorizon residents design new play area in Hastings!

    We've given a children's play area in Hastings a dramatic makeover, thanks to the help of our residents. The play space in Priory Road had previously looked dated and unimaginative, and had become a target for vandalism. But now it's been given an impressive overhaul following a consultation with local residents and children. The new area features a Galleon themed play ship and other fantastic play equipment.

  • Milton Regis community allotment opens in memory of Bob Fowler

    A new community allotment has been officially opened in Milton Regis in memory of AmicusHorizon's Bob Fowler. The land at Regis Crescent, Sittingbourne, has been dramatically transformed after 18 months of hard work. The project has been managed by AmicusHorizon in partnership with Swale Borough Council, Skillnet Group and Kent County Council's Sittingbourne childrens centres.