Update on bonfire night event
We have taken the difficult decision to not hold a fireworks display in November this year, in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Medway set for a share of Getting Building Fund to support economic recovery and create jobs
Medway Council is set to receive a share of £85million to create an innovative adult learning and skills hub in Gillingham.
New £6million loan scheme from Kent County Council and Medway Council launches
A new £6million loan scheme from Kent County Council and Medway Council launches today (Monday) to support businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
New public space reconnects Chatham with its military roots
The final part of a £2.2million heritage project, including £400,000 from Medway Council, that transformed historic areas in Chatham, has been opened to the public.
Medway Rapture – Gaming and Creative Festival
Medway is set to host the most unique gaming festival the UK has ever seen, in March 2021.
New community hub opens in Wigmore
Medway Council has invested £250,000 to transform a library in Wigmore into a community hub.
Registering the birth of your baby
We’re pleased to let you know that there are now no birthdate restrictions on when you can book an appointment to register the birth of your baby.
Government’s shielding programme pauses from 1 August
The government's shielding guidance comes to an end tomorrow (Friday, 31 July) and this could bring big changes to daily life for the many people in Kent and Medway told to stay indoors to protect themselves from the virus.
Medway Council receives gold award for its support of local armed forces community
Medway Council has received an award for its commitment to support the armed forces community.
Your vote matters – make sure you can have your say
Medway Council is encouraging residents to check their details are up-to-date on the electoral register to ensure they can continue to have their say.
Medway marks 150th anniversary of William Cuffay’s death virtually
Medway Council is encouraging residents to explore a virtual exhibition into the life of William Cuffay, to mark the 150th anniversary of his death.
Virtual coffee mornings with Medway Council’s Fostering Team
Want to find out more about fostering? Medway Council’s Fostering Recruitment Team are hosting two virtual coffee mornings between 10am to 11am on Tuesday, 11 August and Tuesday, 25 August.
Residents invited to have their say on a proposal for a new public open space
Medway Council is encouraging residents to have their say on a new public open space on the Hoo Peninsula.
Update on Medway libraries
Medway libraries will reopen from Monday, 27 July.
There are plenty of things to do in Medway this summer
With 2020 becoming the year of the staycation there are plenty of safe and enjoyable places to visit across Medway.