Swale House, the home of Swale Borough Council, will be leaving one light switched on from 10 - 11pm tonight (Monday 4th August) when it supports the 'Lights Out' campaign tonight.
A single light will be based on the ground floor easily viewable from anyone walking or driving by the East Street offices at that time.
Cllr Andrew Bowles, Leader of Swale Borough Council told SFM News that this was just one of a number of events the Council will be supporting during the next four years in commemoration of World War One.
He said "this is a subject close to my heart so I am very keen for Swale Borough Council to support important commemorations such as Lights Out. We've already had an outstanding Poetry and Creative Writing day at The Oasis Academy where pupils wrote some wonderful words on the theme of ‘Remembrance'. And later in the year, we can look forward to our annual trip to Ypres, the town we are fortunate to be twinned with, when my colleague The Mayor will take part in the Armistice Service of Remembrance".